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Some major stores are denying iPhone users who want to use Apple Pay. Here’s why stores are denying this new payment system.
Your phone can help save you money at the gas pump. These mobile apps will give you big gas savings at the tip of your finger.
Your private information may be at risk if you use free public Wi-Fi hotspots. Here's how to avoid phony internet connections and protect yourself from identity fraud.
Some 100 million Americans need roadside assistance every year. Now there's an app that connects users with the quickest and cheapest options to have their car towed, have a flat fixed, get a jump, and much more. A new model for emergency roadside assistance I've been a member of AAA ...
Some hotels try to force you into buying their internet service. Here's the best way right now to get your own wifi hotspot.
Microsoft is having a tough time figuring out where it fits in the modern era. Don't get me wrong; the company still generates massive revenue. But they're not a "hot" company like Apple. In fact, unlike Apple, Microsoft announcements generally go unnoticed. But here's one I want you to know ...
With all the technology out there for home buyers and sellers, do real estate agents really matter anymore? For buyers, the research you can do online and with your phone is amazing. Apps like Redfin and HomeSnap will let you drive down a street, pull out your smartphone, aim it ...
A 12-year-old kid has invented a free Android app that turns your phone into a panic button in case of emergency!
The power button on your phone could save your life…thanks to a free app developed by a 12 year old. Dylan Puccetti of Galveston, TX., developed Save Me Pro after learning about a kidnapping that took place in his town during the late '90s. This app turns your phone into ...
Imagine a Netflix for e-books where you can binge read as many hot titles as you want. A couple of companies offer it for under $10/month.