Watch This — The Risks of Social Security Cards Explained
Watch This — The Risks of Social Security Cards Explained

on June 12, 2017

Find out where Social Security numbers came from, how they came to be used as your ID — and why that’s a really bad idea.

Here’s How You Can Actually Get Paid to Lose Weight
Here’s How You Can Actually Get Paid to Lose Weight

on June 10, 2017

Too many people pay money to work out. We wanted to get paid to work out instead. Here’s how to do it.

How to Get Amazon Prime and HBO Free
How to Get Amazon Prime and HBO Free

on May 27, 2017

Binge-watch the best new show on television (in this writer’s opinion), and everything else on HBO, without paying a dime.

How to Get Cash Back on Everything You Buy
How to Get Cash Back on Everything You Buy

on December 12, 2016

Instead of resolving to get in shape (again), this year my resolution is to never buy anything without getting effortless cash back. Want to join me? Here’s the plan.

Looking for Cheaper Cell Service? T-Mobile’s Got a Deal for You!
Looking for Cheaper Cell Service? T-Mobile’s Got a Deal for You!

on November 19, 2016

This weekend only: Get four lines with unlimited data from T-Mobile for only $120 a month.

Quick Links to Amazon’s Valentine’s Day Deals
Quick Links to Amazon’s Valentine’s Day Deals

on February 3, 2016

Get 30 percent off jewelry for the occasion and quickly check out this guide to other Amazon offerings.

Is Your Boss Sabotaging Your Company With Spy Tactics?
Is Your Boss Sabotaging Your Company With Spy Tactics?

on December 10, 2015

In 1944, our government published a classified field manual for spies outlining ways to sabotage the companies of our nation’s enemies. Unfortunately, to many in the corporate world, many of these tactics could look strangely familiar.

How to Increase Your Gas Mileage by 70 Percent
How to Increase Your Gas Mileage by 70 Percent

on May 26, 2015

Discovery Channel’s ‘MythBusters’ proves that a few driving techniques and simple tweaks to your car can nearly double your fuel economy.

You Can Stop Paying for Cable TV Now
You Can Stop Paying for Cable TV Now

on July 4, 2014

It’s gotten so easy to find TV shows and sports on streaming video services that you likely don’t need a cable or satellite subscription to watch your favorite programs.

Bitcoin for Dummies
Bitcoin for Dummies

on April 25, 2014

Are bitcoins the next big thing in tech and finance or the Betamax of currency? We explain what they are, how to get some, and if it’s worth the risk.

How to Keep Your Private Information Private
How to Keep Your Private Information Private

on June 10, 2013

Thwarting the efforts of a billion-dollar super-secret government spy agency — or anyone else who wants access to your personal information — is not that difficult.

Downloading Software? 3 Essential Steps
Downloading Software? 3 Essential Steps

on June 6, 2013

When did it get so hard to download something without installing a toolbar, search extension, download accelerator, or other unwanted “crapware”?

Buy Your Kids a $50 PC

on October 15, 2012

A $50 computer might be just the thing to fire up your child’s imagination and set them on a path to some of the next decade’s hottest jobs.

Could Mortgage Rates Hit 2 percent?
Could Mortgage Rates Hit 2 percent?

on September 21, 2012

With mortgage interest rates matching or beating their record lows, there’s never been a better time to finance a house. But will rates fall further?

Microsoft Says Viruses Are Your Fault
Microsoft Says Viruses Are Your Fault

on November 15, 2011

According to Microsoft, 44.8 percent of all PC malware infections happened because of something you did wrong.

Amazon Revolutionizes Books…Again
Amazon Revolutionizes Books…Again

on November 8, 2011

Amazon hopes to marry the benefits of a traditional public library with the advantages of the digital age.

Who’s Got The Cheapest iPhone Plan?
Who’s Got The Cheapest iPhone Plan?

on November 1, 2011

If you’re thinking about getting an iPhone, you now have a choice between three major national carriers: AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint. But each offers different plans at different prices. Which company has the cheapest plan for you?

The Best Site to Sell Your Old iPhone or Other Gadgets
The Best Site to Sell Your Old iPhone or Other Gadgets

on October 4, 2011

With a new iPhone coming out — and my early adopter syndrome flaring up — I compared sites that will buy your old gadgets, without the hassle of selling on eBay, to see who consistently offers the most money.

Free College Education, on iTunes?
Free College Education, on iTunes?

on August 30, 2011

If you already have iTunes, then you have access to a free catalog of hundreds of thousands of video and audio courses from the nation’s top colleges and universities.

Help Me Bust Spammers!
Help Me Bust Spammers!

on August 24, 2011

I’m building a list of businesses to investigate that might be selling email addresses to spammers. Here’s how you can help.

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