‘Booty Cams’ and Other Weird Ways Stores Spy on Us
‘Booty Cams’ and Other Weird Ways Stores Spy on Us
on April 16, 2013

Malls and retailers are watching us in ways you might not believe.

IRS: We Do Get Warrants Before Reading Your Email
IRS: We Do Get Warrants Before Reading Your Email
on April 16, 2013

The IRS denies spying on taxpayer emails without a warrant, after a copy of its procedures handbook that suggested the opposite was published online.

5 Free, Handy Price Comparison Apps
5 Free, Handy Price Comparison Apps
on April 15, 2013

If you have a smartphone, there’s no reason not to make sure you get the best deal.

Are You Likely to Get Audited?
Are You Likely to Get Audited?
on April 15, 2013

Find out if you live in one of the 5 metro areas where the IRS is most likely to give tax returns a closer look.

How to Spot Fake Luxury Goods
How to Spot Fake Luxury Goods
on April 15, 2013

Fake Uggs, Coach bags, and even expensive wine and golf clubs can usually be spotted with a few simple tricks.

PC Sales Are Plummeting and Prices Are Dropping
PC Sales Are Plummeting and Prices Are Dropping
on April 13, 2013

Sales of personal computers just had the sharpest decline since records started being kept. .

Show Me the Money: Computer Programmers Now Getting Agents
Show Me the Money: Computer Programmers Now Getting Agents
on April 13, 2013

The geeks are becoming celebrities: the best are now getting their own professional representatives.

Poll: 8 of 10 Women Feel Discriminated Against at Work
Poll: 8 of 10 Women Feel Discriminated Against at Work
on April 13, 2013

Are women paid less than men? Can they balance life and work? A new poll shows opinions haven’t changed much since the mid-90s.

What Are Bitcoins, And Why Are They Suddenly Losing Value?
What Are Bitcoins, And Why Are They Suddenly Losing Value?
on April 11, 2013

The digital currency is getting some attention after losing half its value in a 6-hour window.

Job Recruiters Are Turning to Twitter
Job Recruiters Are Turning to Twitter
on April 11, 2013

If you think a page is too short for a resume, try cramming it into 140 characters.

IRS Says It Can Read Your Email and Facebook Messages
IRS Says It Can Read Your Email and Facebook Messages
on April 11, 2013

An Internal Revenue Service handbook says you have no expectation to privacy with online communications. Many find that idea troubling.

Banks Offer Free Beer, Yoga and Ice Cream
Banks Offer Free Beer, Yoga and Ice Cream
on April 11, 2013

Banks want to become cool enough to visit again, so many are building more spacious branches and stepping up the freebies.

More People Multitasking While Watching TV
More People Multitasking While Watching TV
on April 11, 2013

More people are watching TV on their own terms — which often means with a tablet in hand. Also, more families are ‘zero TV households.’

E-Textbooks Tell Teachers If You Actually Read Them
E-Textbooks Tell Teachers If You Actually Read Them
on April 10, 2013

New technology is helping professors spy on student study habits to make sure they’re trying to learn.

States Fighting Over Rights to Host Drone Tests
States Fighting Over Rights to Host Drone Tests
on April 10, 2013

37 states want the federal government to choose them as a base to test unmanned aircraft.

Area Codes May Be Unrelated to Geography Soon
Area Codes May Be Unrelated to Geography Soon
on April 10, 2013

Your phone number might not be an indicator of where you live for much longer.

Facebook Wants Even More Personal Information
Facebook Wants Even More Personal Information
on April 10, 2013

They’re partnering with more companies that collect information about you so they can target ads.

Airline Now Bases Fares on Your Weight
Airline Now Bases Fares on Your Weight
on April 9, 2013

If you fly here, you’ll be stepping on the scale with your luggage. Will other airlines follow suit?

New Obama Budget Proposes Social Security Cuts
New Obama Budget Proposes Social Security Cuts
on April 9, 2013

President Obama’s vision for government spending in the next year includes slowing the growth of entitlement benefits and eliminating tax breaks for the rich.

Get Free Movies and TV by Watching Ads
Get Free Movies and TV by Watching Ads
on April 8, 2013

Pick the ads you want to subject your eyeballs to and score free films and TV episodes.

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