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Spammer Got Your Email Address? (here's how...)

Spammers and scammers appear to have supernatural powers that enable them to guess email addresses accurately and quickly. But in reality, the bad guys harvest email addresses by pretty mundane means. YOU may even be contributing to the problem without realizing it. Here's the scoop on how spammers get ahold of your email addresses, and steps you can take to protect your inbox...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 22, 2019 | Category: Spam


Which Mobile Carrier Has the Strongest Signal?

When choosing a mobile phone service provider, you want to know which one has a good strong signal and a fast 4G data connection, in the places where you need to use your cell phone. In their advertising, Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint all make various claims about network coverage, reliability and speed. All of them claim to 'best' in some way. But is there a way to honestly compare which one is best where YOU live and work? Read on...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 21, 2019 | Category: Wireless


Geekly Update - 20 March 2019

Has Tesla taken things too far with 'Dog Mode' in their self-driving cars? How do you feel about meat grown in a bioreactor? Do you know the 12 most common subject lines used in phishing emails? And whoa... is that a giant venus flytrap, or the creepy robot hand of the future? Get answers in today's Geekly Update -- it's jam-packed with the latest tech news. This issue is guaranteed to make you 146% smarter -- you'll see why. Read, think, and, comment!

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 20, 2019 | Category: Tech-News


How to Send a Mass Email (and how NOT to...)

A reader asks: 'I need to send emails to a large group of people on a regular basis. But I've heard that if you do it wrong, you'll get tagged as a spammer, and your emails will never be delivered. What software or services do you recommend for sending emails to a list of people?' Read on for some good options, and a few you definitely want to avoid...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 19, 2019 | Category: Email


Free Wireless Internet? (YES, here's how...)

A reader asks: 'Is there any way to get free wireless Internet access? I'm on a tight budget, so I'd like a solution that works both at home and with my mobile phone.' The answer is YES! Read on to learn about free wireless Internet -- it's not just in coffee shops anymore...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 18, 2019 | Category: Wireless


Delay the Windows 10 Spring 2019 Update?

This year’s first major feature update to Windows 10 (Version 1903) is expected to arrive in April. Microsoft allows some customers to delay major updates for up to one year. Are you among those chosen ones? Should you postpone major updates or let them happen on schedule? Read on to learn the answers to these and other burning questions about how to defer the Windows 10 Spring update...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 15, 2019 | Category: Windows-10


Which Privacy Tools Do You Need (and which should be avoided)?

Did you miss the headline? “Millions Affected by Massive Data Breach” If so, just wait until tomorrow, when another example of how many companies are with your privacy will be announced. Many consumers are seeking additional means to protect their privacy themselves, disregarding pious assurances from companies that obviously don't care or don't know how to protect their customers. Here are some of the most often recommended privacy-protection tools, and some thoughts about how well you can expect them to work...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 14, 2019 | Category: Privacy


Geekly Update - 13 March 2019

What's the world record for solving a Rubik's cube without using your hands? Why is '42' no longer the answer to life, the universe and everything? How are kids evading parental restrictions to find new ways of cyber-bullying? Get answers in today's Geekly Update -- it's jam-packed with the latest tech news. This issue is guaranteed to make you 146% smarter -- you'll see why. Read, think, and, comment!

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 13, 2019 | Category: Tech-News


Keep Your Software Updated (or else...)

Many computer problems can be avoided or fixed simply by keeping all of your software up to date. Updates include patches for security vulnerabilities as well as fixes for bugs, new features, and improvements of existing features. Check out these free programs that will help you keep all your software updated, with just a few clicks...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 12, 2019 | Category: Software


Are You Securing Your Laptop? (Here's how...)

The convenience and portability that laptop computers provide has made it imperative for users to take steps to secure their laptops, and the sensitive data often stored on them. There are several simple things that you can do to keep your laptop safe. Read on to learn how to protect your laptop from theft, snooping and data loss...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 11, 2019 | Category: Laptops


How Fast is Satellite Internet Service?

If you live in a remote or rural area, your Internet access options are limited. DSL and cable internet service are not available in many thinly-populated areas. Forget about 4G and even 3G cellular access. For many rural residents, Internet access boils down to a choice between miserably slow dial-up and satellite Internet access. Read on to learn about the pros and cons of satellite internet service...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 08, 2019 | Category: Networking


Backup Battery Power - What You Need to Know

A concerned reader asks: 'Do you recommend a backup power supply for computers? During the last storm, my PC crashed and we lost power for several hours. If I had a battery backup, I could have saved my document, and gotten online to check for email and weather updates. I've read about Uninterruptible Power Supply units - is that what I need?'

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 07, 2019 | Category: Hardware


Geekly Update - 06 March 2019

Can the biggest problem with artificial intelligence be solved by Pictionary? What will you do with your hundred-dollar bills when the cashless society arrives? And what percentage of Netflix users are actually paying for the streaming service? Get answers in today's Geekly Update -- it's jam-packed with the latest tech news. This issue is guaranteed to make you 146% smarter -- you'll see why. Read, think, and, comment!

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 06, 2019 | Category: Tech-News


Free Tax Filing Options for 2019

It's tax time, but the good news is: about 70% of U.S. taxpayers can get free tax preparation and e-filing this year. The bad news is: you have to pick your online tax service very carefully. Here's what you need to know...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 05, 2019 | Category: Finance


Robots Knockin' On the Door?

Hordes of delivery robots may soon join bicyclists, electric scooters, skateboards, and other things that don’t belong on sidewalks (at least, in the opinions of pedestrians). A whopping 80% of last-mile deliveries will be performed by autonomous robot delivery vehicles in 2025, predicts management consulting firm McKinsey & Co. What will these delivery bots look like, and how will they get along with humans and other vehicles? Let's peer into the future...

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Posted by Bob Rankin on March 04, 2019 | Category: Gadgets




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