To the long list of things you can do with your phone — including watch a
movie or buy a latte — prepare to add one more: get cash.
Oversharers, rejoice. Facebook is now offering you a way to share even
more of your life on the social network.
One app to rule them all might be the future on smartphones, and if so,
Snapchat knows it needs to bolster the features in its chat function.
When traveling, consider apps and special phone plans and choose wisely before you leave to avoid
coming home to a gigantic phone bill.
Tools that let you track your financial accounts in one place rely on a steady flow of data. Lately, that steady access hasn't been a given.
"No service is bulletproof" is the first thing to know about credit monitoring. Your privacy is worth expending the energy to leave no stone unturned.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and other technology companies, large and
small, are making rapid advancements with virtual personal assistants.
The two easiest ways to bring personalization into your marketing program are through email campaigns and Facebook ads.
Facebook and Twitter make sharing info fast and easy. To help you play it safe, here’s a list of things you should never share on social media.
Major issuers are finally rolling out credit and debit cards with
microchips (a system known as EMV); 400 million are in circulation.