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The Federal Trade Commission has issued a final ruling on a $19 million in-app purchase settlement with Google.
Be wary of emails requesting that you confirm an online order or package shipment. They could be a scam.
Many users are posting a bogus copyright notice on their Facebook page.
Denver-based startup TekDry says it can safely dry your phone in 20 minutes.
Your pocketbook could take a hit if you post a critical online review.
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