Today’s roundup includes everything from new doorbells; tips on keeping your puppy safe; how Windows update is affecting the “Start Menu”; a FREE password manager; a $100 savings on a robot vacuum; and MORE…
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Most dogs love going for rides, but the fur and the claws and the slobber can do a number on your interior. Here are a few tips and products for keeping your car clean and your puppy safe.
In observance of National First Responders Day, T-Mobile announced a new discounted plan for first responders that takes 50% off family lines.
Halloween is right around the corner, and Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and other streaming services are happy to serve up some of the best scary movies around.
The latest iPhone models ship with a gesture-based navigation system, and President Donald Trump isn’t too thrilled about that.
Doxing, or collecting and spreading private information about a user online, is a form of cyber harassment, stalking, and even a potential threat to physical safety. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself against it.
Samsung Electronics has hit upon a new technology through internal research which will make it possible for smartphones below the premium segments to sport RAMs higher than 10GB.
Doing more with less, Bose challenges the Sonos Move and almost prevails.
Coupon Deal – Save up to $100.00 on the LEFANT M520B Robotic Vacuum
The Start menu is at the heart of Windows 10, so any problems with it have serious repercussions. Included in Microsoft’s recent batch of bug-riddled updates, however, there have been two — KB4515384 and KB4524147 — which have broken the Start menu in various ways.
When two or more people have access to content in Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides, these four practices may help make collaboration proceed smoothly.
Free password manager to securely store all your account information, passwords, and also open/edit KeePass database files.
FREE Software that scans the Windows Registry for Windows product keys and other serial numbers and licenses.
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