The Email Privacy Act forces the government to seek warrants before asking tech companies for emails. Should this be the same for an individual’s personal emails?
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We all tend to groan when we see online ads and would rather do without them in any format. What types of online ads are acceptable?
Google Calendar has launched a feature called Goals or Objectives. Here’s how to take full advantage of this productivity-boosting feature.
In Gmail it can be difficult to pinpoint your email reply. Let’s see how you can quote and reply directly to to a specific phrase in Gmail.
If you are having a hard time crafting a professional invoice, then you can take advantage of some online tools to create invoices. Here are 4 to check out.
If you want to avoid inbox clutter and spam from coming to your email, it’s a good idea to use a digest service like Throttle to keep your inbox clean.
Everyone wants to save as much money as possible and get the best deals when shopping on Amazon. This guide will help you do that.
Use Google search as your default? This collection of hidden tips and tricks will help you get the most out of it and get more relevant results.
Looking to save money and/or time when shopping online? These Chrome extensions will help you do just that. Check them out.
Privacy policies are often lengthy and hard to understand, so the Usable Privacy Project created a tool that makes privacy policies easier to understand. Check it out.
If you regularly shop online, you’ll love Privacy. It generates a one-time credit card number for online shopping that’s only valid for one purchase.
It can be annoying to save an image to your computer and upload it to the cloud. Ballloon is a tool that allows you to upload files to various cloud services. Let’s take a look.
Facebook’s Parse backend service will be shutting down. In this article we go over recommended Facebook Parse alternatives and replacements and what you can do moving forward as an app developer.
Tagmmer is a web-based alternative to such services as Dropbox and Puu.sh. It’s also a powerful sharing application in its own right. Let’s check it out.
Whether you are a Facebook addict or new to the social network, these handy tricks will help you use Facebook like a pro. Check out these seven tips and tricks.
Looking for an easy way to add emoji characters to your tweets on Twitter? Here is a Chrome extension and web app that can help.
A startup called Privacy has created a solution that uses a one-time-use debit card number for online transactions. Will this make online payment safer? Let’s check it out.
Did you know that you can edit and format your Google documents by just using your voice? Let’s check out how it works.