A tech journalist (BA) with a background in international affairs (MA), Kannon's main interest is using technology to survive the global recession. Follow him at his Blog.
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In the United States and Canada, getting ripped off doesn’t take any effort, just a signature. When you sign a contract for cellular service, you also sign away your freedom.
In the US and Canada, we’re taught that we need to sign contracts because cell phones and cellular service are so pricey. That’s a bald-faced lie.
Those of you seeking cold weather touchscreen gloves for this coming winter will find few better options than Glider Gloves, but does its superiority justify a $15 premium compared to other products in the market?
You can get a lot more out of your Nexus 5 with a variety of relatively inexpensive peripheral devices, if you shop using discretion.
An unlocked Nexus 5 can save hundreds – even thousands – each year on your cell phone bill. Just purchase a prepaid micro-SIM and make sure your APN settings are correctly configured. But how do you know which plan best fits your needs? Lots of Mobile Virtual Network Operators (what’s an MVNO?) offer a great […]
Would you feel comfortable if a stranger got hold of your hard drive? Most people think deleting files is safe. The bad guys know better. We show you how your privacy can be compromised.
Sorting through tremendous volumes of data can take a lot of time. There exist two innovations that make that process simple: Yahoo Pipes and RSS. They can get you the information with very little effort.
A good way to cutting costs down on Black Friday purchases is by tracking prices and buying in bulk. Here’s how you can use spreadsheets, IFTTT, and Yahoo Pipes to save time and money.
With its lack of expiration dates, bonus data scheme and low data costs, Karma possesses the potential to change the mobile hotspot landscape.
After a few failures and experiments building my own fanless, highly efficient computer, I can share three low-wattage builds designs that dispense with most moving parts and minimize the number of fans used.
Quite frankly, software keyboards just don’t cut it for hardcore productivity. You should get a hardware keyboard — and we’ll help you decide which kind is right for you.
With Halloween hot on our heels, procrastinators may have slipped behind on getting ready. Fortunately, thanks to the magic of the Internet, the lazy can catch up quickly with a few simple apps and sites.
Looking for a terrifying horror film to watch this Halloween? Thanks to sites that aggregate movie reviews, we now can get the scariest ever made, without tons of searching.
Many RSS users complain of information overload with too many RSS feeds cluttering their inbox. Fortunately, a number of RSS organization tools can tame even the wildest of feed collections. Go ahead — declutter your feeds.
If you sign up with a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), which leases broadcast spectrum from the big carriers, you might need to configure your phone’s APN settings.