SOPA — the Stop Online Piracy Act — is everywhere in the news. But what exactly is it, and how will it affect you? You may be surprised.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Consumer Affairs, Technology
The Internet has a wealth of excellent financial information, but the way you spend your time online could be hurting your wallet.
by: Tisha Tolar | channel: Personal Finance
Cable TV is expensive, but watching your favorite shows doesn't have to be. Here are eight ways you can cut the cable and still catch your must-see TV.
by: Mikey Rox | channel: Budgeting, Entertainment, Technology
The deal has been approved, and there's a lot of speculation about what it will mean for you, the consumer. Discover the truth behind common questions.
by: Paul Michael | channel: Consumer Affairs, Entertainment, Financial News
Chances are, many of you reading this already own a few domain names. At around $8 a year these days, they’re cheap enough. But did you know that some of those domain names could b
by: Paul Michael | channel: Extra Income, Technology
If you're stuck at an airport that charges for Internet connections, here's a solution: Go to the gift shop and ask for a a free Wi-Fi pass.
by: Frugal Duchess | channel: Technology, Travel
I have just recovered from a case of pine nut mouth, or at least that's what I'm calling a recent health hiccup. And I have Google to thank for saving me thousands of dollars, coun
by: Elizabeth Lang | channel: Health and Beauty
If you love Craigslist, and use the free section to either post products or get great deals, you really need to read this. Because there’s a dirty secret to Craigslist that most pe
by: Paul Michael | channel: Frugal Living, Budgeting, Consumer Affairs, Shopping, Technology
In my recent post about eBay Motors, I recounted the story of a seemingly worthless car that sold for over $226,000. But this next story is bizarre. What turned out as a sarcastic
by: Paul Michael | channel: Life Hacks
If you've never considered starting an internet business--but now that I mention it, it seems like a good idea--this is the book for you. If you've considered starting an internet
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Entrepreneurship
I haven't owned a television in over 7 years. I haven't lived in a house with a set in over 5 years. I spend my days largely television-free, and I actually like it.
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Frugal Living, Lifestyle, Technology
How many times do you click on a link to an article, video, image or anything else of interest and want to visit the homepage of that site? It happens to me all the time. Sometimes
by: Paul Michael | channel: Life Hacks, Productivity, Technology
This week the Justice Department reached an antitrust settlement with the National Association of Realtors that is meant to spur competition and bring down the standard 6% commissi
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Real Estate and Housing
I’m not a Windows Vista fan. In fact, my new PC runs on XP, but uses OpenSource applications for most of my business needs. So wh
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Life Hacks, Technology
Thanks to AT&T’s acquisition of Bell South Corp, customers in 22 states are being offered DSL packages for $10 per month.
The catch is that AT&T has yet to advertise this package, and information regarding the package is buried in AT&am [more]
by: Jessica Harp | channel: Deals
Cell Phone Madness
I just love finding out that the government can find new and unique ways to listen in on our lives. [more]
by: Andrea Karim | channel: Life Hacks
Time magazine's annual Person of the Year award recognizes individuals who have made an impact on the world in the past year. In 2006, that person is you, me and that guy in the corner. [more]
by: Greg Go | channel: Extra Commentary
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