What The Tech? Apple subscriptions and how they can save you money
What The Tech? Apple subscriptions and how they can save you money

It's easy to download an app. Too easy. A tap of the home button, a double click on the power button.

What the Tech? Allergy and pollen apps
What the Tech? Allergy and pollen apps

That tickle in your throat? If you have allergies you know what to expect next.

What the Tech? Facebook memorialized accounts
What the Tech? Facebook memorialized accounts

Facebook has improved how it treats the profiles of people who've passed away.

What the Tech? Teen suicide and social media
What the Tech? Teen suicide and social media

According to the CDC's study, 43% of the visits to the hospital for suicidal thoughts were by children between the ages of 5 and 11.

What the Tech? Gadget Review: The Smove
What the Tech? Gadget Review: The Smove

The Smove is one of over a dozen smartphone stabilizers to help shoot smooth videos with a smartphone camera.

What the Tech? Vacation photos and social media
What the Tech? Vacation photos and social media

There are a few things you should do before you leave home so that the memories are good.

What the Tech? Avoiding the expensive 'Sextortion' scam
What the Tech? Avoiding the expensive 'Sextortion' scam

Sextortion email scams are growing in number because they're successful in tricking people into sending money without reporting the scam to the police.

What the Tech? How Facebook decides what you see and what you don't see
What the Tech? How Facebook decides what you see and what you don't see

The new feature 'Why am I seeing this post?' launched over the weekend and will start showing up as an option in your newsfeed soon (if it isn't there already).

What the Tech? App of the Day: GIPHY
What the Tech? App of the Day: GIPHY

If a picture paints a thousand words, a GIF says a lot more.

What the Tech? Kids and hashtags
What the Tech? Kids and hashtags

The Child Rescue Coalition is trying to get the word out to parents this month that they need to think about what they're putting on the internet.

What the Tech? Find work using Google Jobs
What the Tech? Find work using Google Jobs

According to the Labor Department, there are over 7 million job openings in the United States and trying to look through them though can be overwhelming.

What the Tech? Phone bill cramming
What the Tech? Phone bill cramming

Cramming is a trick scammers use to add 3rd party charges to your phone bill.

What the Tech? Protecting yourself from tax scams
What the Tech? Protecting yourself from tax scams

Technology is giving scammers the upper hand in trying to steal your income tax return.

What the Tech? App of the Day: 'HashMe'
What the Tech? App of the Day: 'HashMe'

You can upload the greatest picture ever to Instagram and still not have anyone see it. But the right hashtag or hashtags can be a difference maker.

What the Tech? MoviePass returning to original plan with slight catch
What the Tech? MoviePass returning to original plan with slight catch

To get the $9.95 per month plan you have to pay for an entire year up front, or around $120.

What the Tech? Reddit users winning money through 'millionairemakers' contest
What the Tech? Reddit users winning money through 'millionairemakers' contest

The biggest winner got over $11,000 in the second installment of the contest 4 years ago.

What the Tech? Detectives using DNA on genealogy sites to solve crimes
What the Tech? Detectives using DNA on genealogy sites to solve crimes

A detective somewhere uploads a DNA sample from a crime scene to a genealogy website. That simple file upload identifies a suspect that may have stayed hidden for decades.

What the Tech? App of the Day: JustWatch
What the Tech? App of the Day: JustWatch

If trying to find something to watch on a streaming service, like Netflix or Hulu, seems overwhelming, Just Watch is an app that takes care of that problem.

What the Tech? DuckDuckGo search engine protects user privacy
What the Tech? DuckDuckGo search engine protects user privacy

It works just like Google search but it doesn't save your web searches or pages you viewed to sell the information to advertisers.

What the Tech? Smart TVs collecting user data
What the Tech? Smart TVs collecting user data

That data is valuable to advertisers as they can target commercials for individual viewers.

What the Tech? Netflix Smart Download
What the Tech? Netflix Smart Download

Downloading movies and shows from Netflix allows you to watch them even when you don't have an internet connection.

What the Tech? Secret codes for Netflix
What the Tech? Secret codes for Netflix

These secret codes or category IDs, break each genre into sub-genre's.

What the Tech? App of the Day: Grammarly
What the Tech? App of the Day: Grammarly

It's both a keyboard for the phone and desktop program that checks spelling and even grammar and punctuation.

What the Tech? Protecting privacy from hidden cameras in vacation rentals
What the Tech? Protecting privacy from hidden cameras in vacation rentals

New technology in the form of smart home cameras might be putting your privacy at risk.

What the Tech? Smartphone cleaning services
What the Tech? Smartphone cleaning services

Doctors and research say a filthy phone can cause the flu, food poisoning, pneumonia and staff infections.

What the Tech? Studying on YouTube
What the Tech? Studying on YouTube

The latest viral sensation called 'Gong Bang' is a video of students reading, writing and typing on a computer.

What the Tech? Pinterest announces changes
What the Tech? Pinterest announces changes

Pinterest announced it is adding more advertising and catalogs to the site and app.

What the Tech? App of the Day: Mvelopes
What the Tech? App of the Day: Mvelopes

Does your money run out before the end of the month? The app, Mvelopes may be what you're looking for.

What the Tech? 'Momo Challenge' hoax becomes reality thanks to social media
What the Tech? 'Momo Challenge' hoax becomes reality thanks to social media

Momo was a hoax. If you can find it on YouTube where it pops up mid-video, it was likely uploaded after the story went viral.

#FakeReviews? FTC cracking down on companies that buy false product reviews
#FakeReviews? FTC cracking down on companies that buy false product reviews

The Federal Trade Commission announced its first settlement in a case against a company that purchased fake reviews for a product on Amazon.

What the Tech? How pedophiles use YouTube to build child porn ring
What the Tech? How pedophiles use YouTube to build child porn ring

YouTube is in hot water again after a user discovered that pedophiles were using the comments section of some videos to build a pedophile porn ring in which they could privately share their own videos.

What the Tech? Updates to MoviePass and Sinemia
What the Tech? Updates to MoviePass and Sinemia

One is nowhere near as good as it used to be while the other is getting better.

What the Tech? App of the Day: Ada
What the Tech? App of the Day: Ada

Should you visit a doctor or not? There's an app that can answer that question.

What the Tech? Subscription overload
What the Tech? Subscription overload

We don't realize how much money is leaving our bank accounts automatically each month on things we might not even use.

What the Tech? Samsung folding phone
What the Tech? Samsung folding phone

It'll be the most expensive smartphone ever, coming in at just under $2,000.

What the Tech? Make money online
What the Tech? Make money online

Here are some ways you can make money online.

What the Tech? Why some hacks are helpful
What the Tech? Why some hacks are helpful

When you hear someone say "computer hack," you immediately think of the worst, like stolen identities, stolen credit cards or passwords.

What the Tech? App of the Day: Montessori Preschool
What the Tech? App of the Day: Montessori Preschool

Montessori Preschool is an app for both iOS and Android devices that is simple yet challenging for 3 and 4-year-olds.

What the Tech? Cutting the cable cord
What the Tech? Cutting the cable cord

Millions of people plan to ditch cable or satellite this year, and if you're thinking about it, there are some things you should know.

What the Tech? Romance apps
What the Tech? Romance apps

Tinder, OK Cupid and Match, swipe right or left and you may just find the right connection.

What the Tech? Make money by blogging
What the Tech? Make money by blogging

It takes a lot of work to create a successful blog. You have to constantly create content and attract visitors.

What the Tech: Kondo your Facebook account
What the Tech: Kondo your Facebook account

Getting Facebook organized and getting rid of a few things (or people) may make the social network much more enjoyable.

What the Tech? App of the Day: "Get Rid of It"
What the Tech? App of the Day: "Get Rid of It"

"Get Rid of It" encourages its users to get rid of 1 item on day 1, 2 items on day 2, 3 items on day 3 and so on.

What the Tech? The Soap Opera Effect
What the Tech? The Soap Opera Effect

New TVs are shipped with something called interpolation that smooths the picture, which is great for sports fans but not for movie buffs.

What the Tech? New Emojis coming soon to smartphones
What the Tech? New Emojis coming soon to smartphones

Emoji 12.0 was introduced Wednesday and will be installed on smartphones through updates later this year.

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