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Donate to your favorite charity simply by shopping at Amazon.com. Here’s how to start giving today!
I got myself a new router. It’s faster, has some sweet parental controls, and looks like a spider when you turn it upside down. What’s not to love?
This simple lifehack helps me maximize credit cards rewards programs for every purchase I make.
Tired of buying something only to see its price drop a few days later? Learn how to get cash back as well as which Bank has the best Credit Card Price Protection benefit.
Facebook gives you tools to curate the content you see in your newsfeed. But have you ever used them? If you feel fed up with the posts, comments, and links you see on Facebook, try these options before you turn your back on the social network for good.
TechSmith Snagit is hands down the best application for taking and editing screenshots. Snagit 13 carries on that tradition, with a few interface changes and some new features.
WonderShare PDFelement is a speedy, lightweight, yet surprisingly powerful PDF editing application. I love it. Let me tell you why.
If you hate the bloated, restrictive environment of iTunes, then WinX MediaTrans is a speedy alternative that’s worth a try.
Free apps from Starbucks Pick of the Week are no more. The free app every week deal has been discontinued, and now all you get are playlists from Spotify.
You can get the best Amazon Prime features for free for 6 months through Amazon Prime Student. You don’t get everything, but the free trial is still totally worth it.
As more and more of your life moves online, the need to maintain a secure computing environment is critical. Creating a password isn’t good enough, it needs to be a strong password. Let’s review how to create an easy to remember, yet rock solid password!
The scary stories about hackers hijacking video baby monitors are true. But IP cameras are still safe to use, provided you take some basic steps to improve your home network security.
Buying in-store doesn’t mean you have to pay higher prices. Thanks to price matching guarantees, you can get online discounts with brick-and-mortar service.