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Are You Getting “Scroogled” By Google?

p>If you use Google for search, Gmail for e-mail or an Android phone as your smart phone then, according to Microsoft, you’re getting “scroogled” daily! What exactly does that mean? Well, according to www.scroogled.com, it means that Google systematically uses your private information that it collects online through your search, your emails, your Android app store purchases and more to sell more ads.

Are You Getting “Scroogled” By Google?

p>If you use Google for search, Gmail for e-mail or an Android phone as your smart phone then, according to Microsoft, you’re getting “scroogled” daily! What exactly does that mean? Well, according to www.scroogled.com, it means that Google systematically uses your private information that it collects online through your search, your emails, your Android app store purchases and more to sell more ads.

It’s National Clean Up Your Computer Month!

I didn’t believe it either, but after some research it’s official…an authority no less reputable than “The Vinegar Institute” declared January as a national holiday to clean up your computer.

In light of this holiday, I thought I’d take the time to answer a small but nagging question, “How do I get those smudges, dust, and fingerprints safely off of my flat screen monitor?”

Although each monitor manufacturer has its own special instructions for cleaning, there are some common guidelines you can use to get your screen looking like new in no time.

“Super Wi-Fi” Coming This Year Promises An End To Dead Spots

Get ready for a new type of Wi-Fi coming online in 2013 called, "Super Wi-Fi." What is it? As defined by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), it's a stronger, more powerful wireless networking connection that uses the lower-frequency white spaces between television channel frequencies instead of the 2.4 GHz radio frequencies of the Wi-Fi we all know and love.