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2017 Thanksgiving & Holiday Shopping Reports – @WalletHub

With the hectic holiday season fast approaching, I wanted to drop you a quick note to make sure you didn’t miss any of WalletHub’s recent holiday studies and reports, highlights of which you can find below. Kohl’s, JCPenney and Belk... Read More

How To Stay Safe While Online Shopping!

Black Friday is just around the corner and with that comes hot deals but also malware trying to capitalize on this busy time of the year! Check out these tips for how to stay safe while online shopping this holiday season!  Use Familiar Websites –... Read More

How To Get The Look: Living Plant Wall

We love having plants in our home. They freshen the air we breathe and look great with any design style. But plants take up space. And if you live in an urban center, then it might be difficult to find space for the home garden of your dreams. So if... Read More

Best Cities to Raise Kids announced for 2017

The National Council for Home Safety and Security is happy to announce their ranking of the Top 100 Best Cities to Raise Kids in the U.S. for 2017. Top 10 Best Cities: San Ramon, California Newton, Massachusetts Newport Beach,... Read More

Why do women have more insomnia?

Far more women than men suffer insomnia or chronic sleep trouble, and middle-aged women suffer most of all, according to an international study commissioned by Calm. Women are 40% more likely than men “always” to sleep... Read More

9 Ways To Keep Your House Plants Alive This Winter

We love our plants. Not only do they function as wonderful decorations, but they also clean and purify the air in our homes and apartments. But winter is coming, and chances are your plants weren’t designed to withstand freezing temperatures. If you... Read More

Nielsen Gauges Stranger Things Viewership

Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 2 averaged 8.8 million US viewers per episode within the first three days of the show’s release. Additionally, the first episode of the series averaged 15.8 million US viewers within the first three days of the... Read More

Netflix email scam targets millions of subscribers

A recent Netflix email scam has been targeting subscribers of the popular streaming service telling them that their account is about to be canceled. The well-designed, individualized fake email convinces customers to update their account information to... Read More

The state of podcasting…

When the IAB kicked off its third annual podcast upfront, it looked and felt very different from previous years. Before last year’s event, attendees anticipated the debut of IAB guidelines for the format. This year, attendees have had months to... Read More

Examining Top Trends in Global Video Marketplace

Parks Associates today released a new whitepaper, Top 5 Video Trends in an IP-based World, which examines the factors that will significantly shape the future technology and strategy options considered by video industry players. The whitepaper,... Read More

Microsoft integrates LinkedIn into Outlook.com.

Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of business networking site LinkedIn is starting to pay off – at least in terms of product integrations that make sense. The company today announced that LinkedIn integration within Outlook.com is now going... Read More

Online spending in North America to surge for the holidays

Consumers across North America are already starting to see holiday decorations and gift ideas arrive on store shelves. Whether they’ve been infused with an early dose of the holiday spirit or trying to beat the throngs of holiday shoppers, 26% of... Read More

Despite cord-cutting increases – Millennials still watch TV

Millennials are spending more time watching content on TV than they are on digital platforms. As cord-cutting increases — combined pay-TV subscriber losses approached 1 million in Q2 2017 — and consumers turn to digital platforms to view content,... Read More

The Bad Rabbit Ransomware Outbreak

Bad Rabbit, a possible variant of the “Petya” ransomware, started hitting computers Tuesday, October 24th. The initial cyber attacks hit Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Turkey and have since spread to North America. It spreads via a fake Flash... Read More

Amazon Kindle Entry-Level E-book Reader Gets Audible Support

The cheapest Kindle is getting the best feature for those who’d rather listen to books than read them. Based on its listing (as found by The Digital Reader), Amazon is rolling out Audible support for the $80 device “in the coming... Read More

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