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How To Calculate the Electricity Cost of Christmas Lights: Calculator & How To Save Money

It's that time of the year again, time to pull out your boxes of Christmas lights and Christmas decorations. Maybe you want to get a nice Christmas tree, too. Of course, you need lights for those too. Don't forget your banisters (if you have any), and some lights around those definitely increase the pleasant vibe of Christmas. Then there is your porch, and if you like to... read more

Top 10 Technologies To Be Thankful For This Holiday Season

It's Thanksgiving in America, and a tradition is to say what you are thankful for as the family and extended family gathers around the dinner table and someone makes the first cut into the holiday turkey. It's a wonderful time and a wonderful meal, and the aroma of the thanksgiving meal hot out of the oven brings a warm feeling of joy and tranquility. But much of this... read more

Google Changed Gmail Again With A New Worse Unwanted Update. Here Is Why It’s A “Good” Thing.

You may think that Google's latest update to gmail which is practically a completely new redesign again is a really bad thing. You may be thinking that now gmail really sucks, if it didn't already. If you thought this, you are completely correct. What was Google thinking? Seriously, it's almost like Google wants to hurt their users. One commenter on the Google forums... read more

Using Google reCaptcha Could Be Costing Your Company Customers, and May Be A Security Risk

We all hate filling out a CAPTCHA. It needlessly wastes time and energy, and can be frustrating to use. At least in times past, the distorted text was reasonably possible and quick to solve. However, since Google made it easy for developers to quickly add in support for Google image reCAPTCHA, it has been becoming increasingly proliferate across the internet, as well as... read more

Microsoft Conspires With Intel and AMD To Prevent New Computers From Using Windows 7

Microsoft has been getting very annoyed that no one wants their extremely aggressive privacy-invading Windows 10. They desperately want to have as much open access to consumer private information as possible so they can continue to build their massive database of Big Data and have the ability to gain full control over millions of user's computers at will. In 2016... read more

Automated Recruiting: A Dangerous New Tech Trend Harming Both Employers and Job-Seekers

Have you ever received an email asking to take an automated video interview or automated phone interview? Are you a company which uses this practice? This abomination is becoming more prevalent, but the damage it leaves in its wake is causing great harm to the hiring market and companies which use it. Here are the top 10 reasons you should ignore and immediately delete... read more

What Does The Future Hold For Ultra Thin and Lightweight Laptops, Televisions, and Mobile Devices?

It's been another two years, and yet, the lightest and thinnest laptops have not changed much. The televisions look the same, and they don't seem to be getting any thinner. Mobile devices also seem to be stagnating. No laptop exists that is ultra powerful, has a decent sized screen, and weighs under 3 pounds. In 2 years, almost no progress has been made, bringing in the... read more

AOL Mail Begins Permanently Deleting Accounts Not Used Regularly With No Way To Recover Your Emails Or Data

AOL Mail is no longer a safe place to use email or to use as an OpenID endpoint - and that includes past and old accounts you may have. While AOL mail lost the majority of new email signups when they began requiring a real phone number for all free email accounts, now they have begun permanently deleting all accounts which have not been active over the last 180 days. If... read more

As Internet Regulation like GDPR Continues To Grow, Internet Privacy Will Get Worse

The release of the recent GDPR Compliance regulation by the EU which threatens to fine all companies up to 2% of total global annual turnover or €10 million Euro (about $11.66 million USD) for failing to adhere to ambiguous and oppressive new regulations concerning privacy of user data is counterproductively a danger to the security and privacy of the internet. As a... read more

How Much Money Should You Spend On Online Subscriptions Per Month?

Just a couple of decades ago, there were just a few online services that anyone could want. Today, the internet is proliferated with services on every single possible thing you can think of - and many that you would have never thought of. Some fail due to a poor sales strategy, but others succeed even though their actual product is useless or inferior. These services,... read more