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Are Windows’ Parental Controls Enough Protection for Your Children?

Although Windows' parental controls are a great tool for parents to use, it might not be enough protection for your children. Find out why.
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Walmart Sues Visa Over Chip-and-PIN Transactions: What You Need to Know

Walmart is suing Visa over chip-and-PIN transactions. How does this lawsuit affect you and the future of EMV card technology? Get all the details.
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The Do’s and Don’ts of Getting a New Credit Card

Getting a new credit card is a big deal. No matter what your reason for wanting a new card, there are a few things you should keep in mind before you apply.
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Unsuspected Dangers to Look Out for While Online Dating

Peril is likely the last thing on the minds of those cruising the Internet for love, but these unsuspected dangers of online dating are nothing to overlook.
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Best Cash Back Credit Cards for Dining Out

Nothing says summer like dining out with family and friends. See which cash back credit cards will earn you the most rewards at restaurants this summer.
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Our 2016 Travel Rewards Credit Card Analysis lets you know how much travel credit cards points are worth. Check to see the value of your card.
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Which Type of Home Security Monitoring is Best?

There are three types of home security monitoring: landline, broadband and cellular. Learn how they work and discover the drawbacks of each type.
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Can a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Secure Your Privacy Online?

While you may have heard of a virtual private network (VPN), you may not know exactly what it is. See how using a VPN can help you retain privacy online.
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Which Travel Site is Best for Booking Your Trip?

Regardless of where you're headed, choosing the right travel site is key in ensuring you're booking your trip just the way you expect.
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Shortened Links May Put Your Identity at Risk: What You Need to Know

A new study found that shortened links could be putting your information at risk. Find out how and learn what you can do to protect yourself.
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