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What the Tech? Protecting Children from Disturbing YouTube Videos

We’ve told you about these disturbing kids videos before. Brought it up 3 years ago. Creepy, gross and way too provocative for kids. Videos that are all over YouTube. Find one, and kids can follow down a rabbit hole to hundreds of others. Now Google, which owns YouTube is cracking down. Curious parents can easily find videos of Disney princesses…

What the Tech? Grilling Gadgets Perfect for Game Day

This is a great time of year to be a football fan. Everyone starts the season with hopes of a conference or national championship. If the season doesn’t start well, it’s still a great time to enjoy fall Saturdays and Sundays with friends at tailgate parties or backyard get togethers. Most of those parties during football season involve the grill….

What the Tech? Is Instagram’s Privacy Policy Really Changing?

If you’re a fan or follower of some Hollywood celebrities and musicians, you may have run across a scary post on Instagram recently. Stars such as Rob Lowe, Julia Roberts and Usher shared a viral post that claimed Instagram had changed its privacy policy and would be making everyone’s Insta’s public this week. The post further asked people to share…

What the Tech? Get Help with iPhone Passwords

What if you could use a password with 13 characters, letters, numbers, special characters and use a different combination for every online account you have? And what if you could change those passwords every time you log-in. Pretty secure right? That’s the idea behind security keys. Small devices that plug into a computer or tap on the back of a…

What the Tech? Can You Still Watch Sports If You Cut the Cord?

It’s the question I almost always hear when talking about cutting the cable or satellite cord: “can I watch football?”. It is truly THE most important question for many people now that ESPN carries the NCAA football championship playoffs and hundreds of other games during the season. ESPN now has The SEC Network and ACC Network that will each offer…

What the Tech? App of the Day: Honeydue

Money is the #1 thing couples fight about most. Where is it going? How much is left to spend? Who’s going to pay which bill. Of all the budgeting apps in the app stores, “Honeydue” may be what you need. Honeydue was created for couples. The idea is that both people download the app, link it to their checking and…