Earth Day Tip: How to Recycle Your Computer

You might think you're being environmentally responsible because you always print double-sided and read e-books instead of the "dead tree" versions—and yes, that's a start. But the very electronics that enable you to reduce your paper use are having a big impact on the environment in other ways. As you celebrate Earth Day this April, take a moment to plan for what you'll do when you need to get rid of your current computer or cellphone. Read more >

Beware of the Latest Digital Spam Traps

As long as the Internet is around, scammers will try to make money off it. The technology might change, but the techniques remain largely the same: scammers will try to fool you into visiting a site you shouldn't visit, or turning over your credit card information when you shouldn't. And they'll try to target as many people as possible. Read more >

Spring Cleaning for Your Computer

Imagine an object in your house that gets touched by the germy hands of every member of the family; that's sneezed and coughed on, covered in crumbs, and occasionally doused in coffee. It's your computer—and it might just be one of the grubbiest things you own. Read more >

Six Tips for More Secure Online Gaming

Computer games have come a long way since Sonic the Hedgehog and the Super Mario Brothers first appeared more than 20 years ago. Today, Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360 and World of Warcraft feature games that can be played online, with players sending messages to each other while they play, creating avatars and even buying and selling virtual products. As the popularity of online gaming continues to grow, so does the risk of cyber criminals invading games to scam players out of their money and personal information. Read more >



        

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