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FAA Warns of Drone Registration Scams

Drones are sure to be among the most popular gifts this holiday season, and as happens anytime opportunity knocks, the scammers are already out in force and champing at the bit to take advantage of new drone recipients.     Yes, The FAA Will Soon Require Some Drones To Be Registered, But… …it will not […]

Malware in Google Play Books Store

I’ve previously written posts to inform consumers Why You Should NEVER Get Your Apps From Google Play, and have also warned my readers about Counterfeit Kindle Books, but there’s a new threat in town: malware and phishing scams contained in ebooks sold in the Google Play Books store.     How Is This Possible? PDF […]

Turn Off iOS9’s WiFi Assist To Dramatically Cut Data Usage

Following the update to iOS9, did you notice a pretty devastating increase in data plan usage on your iPad or iPhone? You’re not the only one. In fact, so many consumers are so angry about this that a class action lawsuit is now pending against Apple because of it.   What Is WiFi Assist? This […]

There’s STILL No Such Thing As Online Privacy

I first posted that There’s No Such Thing As Online Privacy way back in March of 2013. But with the recent hack of Ashley Madison and International Business Times reporting that anyone with an online dating or online adult site profile has probably already been exposed as well, it seems not everyone got the message. […]

Beezid, Quibids, Etc.: Penny Auction Sites Aren’t What They Seem

Penny Auction Sites Aren’t Technically A Scam, But… …they’re not what you’d expect based on their ads, either. These sites are called ‘penny auction’ sites because the prices for items on the auction block go up one cent at a time: each bidder is raising the price of the item by one cent.   1. […]