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The Internet can be an easy place to shop for gifts, pay your bills, keep in touch with family and manage your bank accounts. Of course, with this convenience also comes risk with transmitting so much personal information over the net where those with nefarious intentions can be waiting to steal your credit card numbers or personal details.
Firefox is generally considered a secure web browser, but if you’re interested in keeping your activity on certain websites private or giving yourself extra protection against phishing, hackers and viruses, you may want to consider beefing up your Firefox’s security in general.
Check out our list of 50 totally free services that will let you dig up the dirt on anyone.
Most people pay a hefty amount of money every month to ensure that they have a quality connection to the Internet. But are you really getting what you pay for?
Video game consoles and titles are incredibly expensive these days, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up gaming if you’re broke. In addition to mooching off your friends, you can find a wide variety of games to play online, all for free.
With the availability of TV online these days, there’s almost no reason to subscribe to cable TV. Read on to discover tips and resources for getting free cable.
The Internet is full of free web applications that offer similar or superior features and performance, plus the ability to work from anywhere in the world with Internet access. Take some of these applications for a spin and see if they’ll make a good alternative for you.
Web apps are incredible tools because they offer users a way to have functionality just about anywhere they can go. Whether you’re on vacation or just at a different office, you can always log in to web apps and know that all of your tools and information will be available.
Darlene’s parents live in the country where high speed internet service is not available. Whenever Darlene sends pictures to her parents, it takes forever to download the pictures through a dial up internet connection. We recommend that Darlene compress her pictures before sending, here’s the how to.