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  • That other Facebook inbox

    That other Facebook inbox
    You like to think you're seeing all of your Facebook messages. You check your wall often and watch for messages to pop up on Messenger. But even then, you're probably missing out. Sort of. Let me explain. If you click on Messages on your main Facebook...
  • Something's still 'phishy' about vacation rentals

    Something's still 'phishy' about vacation rentals
    If you think the words "vacation rental" and "phishing" are all but synonymous, you're not alone. Just talk to Ann Schutte, who recently found a rental villa with a "million-dollar" view in Sedona, Ariz., through the rental website VRBO.com. A woman...
  • Diane Farr: The joys of email hacking

    Waking up to a flood of emails is never a good sign. I immediately fear that I've missed my start time at work and hundreds of people are sitting around cursing me. But when my smartphone is also flashing an enormous number of texts and missed calls, I...
  • Digital maps make navigating Europe a breeze

    Whether joy-riding through the French countryside or navigating an urban jungle like Paris, maps are indispensable tools while traveling. A good map can save endless time and frustration. But what once was a solely paper medium is quickly going digital....
  • Problem Solver: Emails contain unwanted profile picture

    Problem Solver: Emails contain unwanted profile picture
    First things first: Janet Lane is not a teenage boy. You can imagine her surprise when friends started alerting her that emails she sent from her Hotmail account arrived with a picture of a young man wearing a lime green shirt holding what appears to be...
  • New York Times outage traced to phishing email to Melbourne IT partner

    Melbourne IT, an Australian firm that allows website owners to buy addresses such as latimes.com, said the downtime suffered by the New York Times website Tuesday began when hackers gained access to the user name and password of one of the company's sales...
  • Want to cut the cable? First, cut cable costs

    I have a love-hate relationship with my cable company. I love the history shows, soccer and other live sports, but I hate getting socked with a bill for a lot of channel surfing that comes up empty. It reminds me of playing a game that I cannot win....
  • Customer service at Six Flags Magic Mountain is off the rails

    Customer service at Six Flags Magic Mountain is off the rails
    Katherine Gould recently enjoyed a thrilling ride on Magic Mountain's fast-zooming, forward-and-backward-rotating, face-down-plunging X2 roller coaster. Then she underwent a frustrating experience trying to recover from Magic Mountain's lost-and-found...
  • The Government knows what you are going everywhere

    WASHINGTON - The government knows who you're calling. Every day. Every call. Here's what you need to know about the secret program and how it works: Q. What happened and why is it a big deal? A. The Guardian newspaper published a highly classified...
  • Shop safely online

    Shopping online offers 24/7 convenience and unlimited choices but can also cause concern for the level of security regarding credit card and personal information. Be a savvy online shopper by educating yourself on safe shopping tips. According to The...
  • Google asks federal judge to dismiss Gmail scanning lawsuit

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to block the Internet giant from electronically scanning the content of emails on its Gmail service. The lawsuit filed in May accuses Google of illegally opening and...