The discounted price was offered this time last year after a scandal to which Apple acknowledged it had created batteries that would slow their capacity over the years to force iPhone owners to upgrade their device.
The United Nations program says it takes only 50 cents to feed a child somewhere in a 3rd world country, and asks that you simply open the app when you sit down to eat, and donate 50 cents.
The US Postal Service's "Informed Delivery" is the subject of a warning from the Secret Service to law enforcement agencies that it's being used by criminals to steal credit cards.
Because some of their Black Friday ads have been leaked, Channel 3's Jamey Tucker checked Amazon, Walmart, Target, B&H Photo and Best Buy, just to see which tech items are not discounted.
If it bothers you (and I'll bet it does), here's a solution discovered by Russ Schaefer, director of the National Cyber Security Alliance.
Signing up to use LiveMe is simple and requires just a little information or by logging in using the user's Facebook account. It is not associated with Facebook however.
If your video game experience is based only on the games you grew up with in the 1980s, you're going to think this is silly in the least and crazy at the most.
A P.O. box keeps hackers and others from knowing where you live and protects some of the most crucial information needed by a hacker to steal someone's identity.