by Tony Rushin 773 million email addresses and passwords were widely distributed by the “bad guys” in January, 2019. The set – dubbed Collection #1 – came from over 2,000 hacked databases.   If you already have a password manager – we recommend LastPass – and use 2-factor authentication (2FA), skip to the bottom of…

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By: Kristen Evangelista If you are a parent, you know the worry that comes with it as the children get older, become more independent and spend more time away from home. The worrying will never stop, because that’s what parents do, however this app will let you know where friends and family are at all…

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By Richard Stokes We last wrote a tip on public Wi-Fi back in 2015, so it’s time to revisit the topic again because free Wi-Fi is now everywhere (hotels, airports, coffee shops, restaurants, etc.). There are also a lot of different schools of thought on how safe they are and whether we really need to…

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By Tony Rushin I’ve had my Tesla Model 3 – which I named “Stela” – barely more than two months, and there have already been three software updates bringing me more functionality. I like waking up to new features in my car!  Today I’m highlighting 3 technology-enabled safety features that are available on my Model…

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By Courtney Rose The Georgia Hands-Free Law went into effect on July 1st, and while I’ve always been adamant about absolutely no texting and driving, I was sometimes guilty of taking a quick look at my phone at a stoplight. Under this new law, stoplight texting is illegal, as is holding/touching your phone at all…

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