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'House of Cards' Season 3 is Here: What Happened Last Season?

Good news for Netflix subscribers — the third season of “House of Cards” is finally here! Netflix started releasing a series of intriguing teaser trailers for season three about a month ago, making users even more anxious as to what to expect from the new season. The
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5 Ways to Child-Proof Your Electronics

For whatever reason, kids are fascinated with screens. But allowing your children to play with your electronic devices can lead to deleted contacts, accidental messages, loss of saved work or emails and even unwanted purchases. Apple knows this all too well; the company was hit with a
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Why Choose a Personal Loan Over a Traditional Loan?

There comes a time in many people's lives when they need more money than they have. Sometimes a credit card can be a quick solution, but there are situations when credit cards just won't work and taking out a loan looks like the smartest option. All loans
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Which Car is Your State's Favorite?

Besides the license plate attached to your bumper, the kind of car you drive might signify which state you live in. According to a study by IHS Automotive focusing on the most popular 2014 models based on state, Ford is the most popular brand of automobile in
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Online Learning: Benefits of the Virtual Classroom

Most students will agree that there is no singular "right" way to learn. Some people are audio or visual learners, while others require a more hands-on approach, and will learn most effectively when they can participate actively in the material. Determining what kind of learner you are
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Lenovo Superfish Security Hole: What You Need to Know

We're all aware of the security dangers posed to our computers and Internet browsers by hackers and scammers, but it's usually safe to trust the companies making the products we use, right? Unfortunately for Chinese company Lenovo, one of the world's largest PC manufacturer, that trust has
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6 Ways to Save Money on Auto Insurance

Saving money on auto insurance can sometimes take just 15 minutes, but shopping around and asking questions can help you save the most. Insurers aren’t always going to tell you each and every way to save. Oftentimes people pay more than they need and don't take advantage
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Genealogy 101: How to Get Started

Knowing and following your family history is one of the most of the most fascinating yet time-consuming things you can do. And more often than not, we have no idea where to even begin. Here are three tips to help you get started with family research and
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How to Cut the Cost of Online College Textbooks

Ask any college student how much they pay for their textbooks each semester, and the answer will almost always be a heavy sigh and an outrageously high price. The cost of textbooks is continuing to rise each year, amounting to an astonishing $1,200/year, according to a 2014
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3 Things You Need to Know About VoIP

Cutting the cord refers to more than consumers ditching cable providers for online video services like Netflix and Hulu. More and more people are also cutting the cord on their home phones and turning to the alternative, VoIP. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is essentially a phone
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