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New phone scam alert: a phone call from someone claiming to be a "Microsoft Certified Technician" saying your computer is infected.
Science & Technology
Informing of a new email scam alert that releases a virus if opened and clicked on.
Here are tips on how to speed up your Web browsing experience.
Patch's House & Home
Taking a few minutes to think things out before pushing the power button the first time will save you grief later on.
Here's what you should first do with your laptop, desktop or tablet to enjoy it trouble free.
Online shopping, online banking, online employment applications—we all use our computers more and more for transactions that require sensitive information to be entered. Secure?
Online shopping, online banking, online employment applications—we all use our computers more and more for transactions that require sensitive information to be entered.
The answer depends on what you use your desktop and laptop for.
I am getting this question more and more. The answer depends on what you use your desktop and laptop for.
Even worse than not having a website is spending the money to get one developed but realizing no one can find it on the search engines. Search Engine Optimization can help.
The emails I have seen so far have a subject of "Check ...
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Can an iPad replace my ...
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