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Cloud Storage Cheat Sheet: Selecting a Provider

Imagine a conversation with a friend or family member about storing their files in the cloud. More often than not, that conversation will be full of confusion, frustration or an all-consuming bewilderment. The cloud is a tough concept to grasp because it's such a broad term. While
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What's Coming to Netflix and Amazon This Month

Good news for “Breaking Bad” fans! Bryan Cranston is making his return to television, but as an executive producer this time. He recently announced his role on a new Amazon original series called "Sneaky Pete," which will debut its pilot episode this Friday. The show follows an
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How to Play It Safe When Online Dating Goes Offline

"Play it safe" is the oldest rule in the book, especially when it comes to online dating. While there are a certain set of rules to follow in order to stay safe during the cyber interaction portion of your online dating endeavors, there are entirely different guidelines
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4 Ways to Improve Your Email Marketing Content

Coming up with great content for your email marketing newsletter can be a struggle. One on hand, it's important to stay in touch with your subscribers, but on the other hand, you don't want to overdo it and potentially end up annoying your subscribers. While there are
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How to Find an Accredited Online College

With all the scam warnings we see for online services these days, it's no wonder students are skeptical about receiving a degree from an online university. This skepticism is exactly what will guide those very students toward an online school that is legitimate, recognizable and can offer
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Who Controls Your Photos in the Cloud?

We live in a world that's ruled predominantly by technology — that's old news. As time goes on, our personal digital archives are growing exponentially, and we're running out of places to store them. Enter the cloud. The cloud has recently become a mainstream and commonly praised
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3 Apps for Listening to Audiobooks on the Go

You may or may not remember a time when audiobooks were only made to be played using a cassette tape or CD. Those days are long gone, as audiobook lovers are enjoying their chance to bring their favorite books wherever they go, always available at their fingertips.
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Stagefright Bug: What Android Users Need to Know

Anyone using a smartphone with Android version 2.2 or later should be aware of a major security flaw that was discovered which could enable a hacker to take control of your phone just by sending you a text message. According to Fortune, they're calling it "Heartbleed for
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Best Diet Programs for Busy People

Maintaining a healthy, balanced diet is essential for your health, mood and overall well-being, but having to cook every night to stay on top of your meal preparations can be stressful and time consuming — especially while trying to balance a busy work schedule and social life.
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Attention OPM Breach Victims: The FTC is Not Calling You

As if the over 21 million federal employees whose information was breached when the Office of Personnel Management's computer system suffered a major hack earlier this year didn't have enough to worry about, the FTC is warning about a phony phone call targeting them. According to a
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