UPDATED 2/21/2017 We can’t live without our smartphones. The models become outdated quickly, creating lots of electronic trash. You can trade in your old phone, sell it yourself, or recycle it. What about other electronic waste?
The charges are small, but infuriating. Cramming is an extra, unauthorized charge on your phone bill. There are ways to protect yourself.
Keep track of your friends in the path of Hurricane Matthew with Facebook Safety Check.
Want to keep your cell phone running throughout the storm? 5 ways to power through with a charged phone
Social media is a powerful tool. Use it to turn up the heat when a company won’t address your consumer problem.
We use Facebook to make things official like births and weddings, but just because you see an announcement on Facebook doesn’t means it’s official.
If you use Internet Explorer 8, you need to be on the lookout for a security issue that could make your computer and personal information vulnerable. There is a security issue with the browser that could allow scammers to take over your computer. This is a good reminder to keep your system updated with the latest security software to help…
Emails are appearing in Inboxes alerting you to a cash settlement involving a Facebook lawsuit, but many people are dismissing the email thinking it’s a ripoff. Before you hit delete, read the fine print. You are entitled for up to $10. The lawsuit settles an issue with advertising of your photo in a sponsored story. As part of the deal,…
UPDATED 4/26/17 More and more retailers are closing their doors. There are many reasons stores can’t keep their doors open. As a mom, there’s only way I’ll shop in store rather than online.
If you want to save money, your phone bill is a good place to start looking for savings. There is no need to spend a lot for cell phone or landline phone service. Third party companies, not associated with the major phone companies, are giving you more options to save.