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February 2018

What to buy and not buy at Presidents’ Day sales

Presidents' Day is a good time to shop for deals on home goods, tech, and clothing Here are bargains to look for, according to DealNews.com: Tech Tech is always a big category during this holiday. The last few years, Best Buy has celebrated the holiday with a four-day sale over... Read more →


Another school shooting: Let’s get this figured out

It’s Valentine’s Day. But, yet again, kids and teachers die in school a massacre caused by a gunman. With 17 killed and 14 wounded, the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Wednesday, is among the nation’s deadliest school shootings. President Donald Trump said in a Tweet:... Read more →


Watch out for romance scams

About 1 million Americans have been victimized in romance fraud scams with losses nearing $1 billion over the last three years, a study released by the Better Business Bureau shows. The BBB warns those who use dating websites to be wary of scammers who prey on unsuspecting victims. The scheme... Read more →


What are the most romantic cities in the world?

There’s nothing like a romantic holiday. Intimate dinners for two, beautiful surroundings, and the one you love. The following list of the most romantic places is offered by eDreams. Bali Easter Island Ushuala, Argentina Bangkok, Thailand New York City Paris, France Las Vegas Kilimanjaro Venice, Italy Honolulu, Hawaii Read more →


Lenovo is recalling ThinkPad Laptops due to fire hazard

Lenovo is recalling about 78,000 ThinkPad X1 Carbon Laptops, 5th Generation, in the United States and an additional 5,500 in Canada. An unfastened screw can damage the battery causing overheating, posing a fire hazard. No reports of overheating in the United States have been received. This recall involves 14 inch... Read more →


Animal study links cell-phone radiation to increased cancer risk

The largest animal study on cell-phone radiation effects confirms earlier evidence from human studies that cell-phone radiation increases the risk of cancer. The study was conducted by the federal National Toxicology Program. The research found that male rats exposed to radio-frequency radiation had a greater chance of developing malignant brain... Read more →


Facts and Figures for Valentine’s Day 2018

It's that time of year again. Valentine’s Day is coming up. What are your plans? Is this a big celebration for you and your loved one? Will you be going out to dinner, buying chocolates or flowers? Or, will you be preparing a special meal at home? Spending U.S. consumers... Read more →


Samsung and Roku smart TVs can be hacked, Consumer Reports says

Millions of smart TVs can be controlled by hackers looking for easy to-find security flaws, according to an analysis by Consumer Reports. The problems affect Samsung televisions, along with models made by TCL and other brands that use the Roku TV smart-TV platform, as well as streaming devices such as... Read more →