• What is credit card skimming and can you prevent it?

    Feb 4, 2020, 08:34 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    While banks work to protect our transactions, thieves never sit still. Today, a practice called "skimming" is used to steal our cards without ever laying a finger on them. But what is credit card skimming and how can you prevent it? Read on to learn everything you need to know!
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  • Using a VPN: How and why to mask your device's IP address

    Jan 31, 2020, 09:52 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    If you're on your laptop using the free Wi-Fi at your neighborhood coffee house, there's a chance you're being watched by a hacker who's after your credit card numbers, banking passwords, and browsing history. Fortunately, a VPN can act like a virtual suit of armor, shielding your internet connection from the outside.
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  • Everything you need to know about Texas' wild pig problem

    Jan 29, 2020, 09:59 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Wild pigs destroy land and crops as they reproduce at alarming rates. But where did they come from? How big is the problem? More importantly, what's being done to solve it? Read on to learn everything you need to know about Texas' wild pig problem.
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  • 8 reasons you NEED cloud storage

    Jan 24, 2020, 13:41 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    When our homes flood or our cars crash, we have insurance to repair the damage. But what happens when our computers crash? That's where "The Cloud" comes in! Today, we'll discuss 8 reasons you need cloud storage to backup your life!
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  • 5 last-minute Christmas gift ideas

    Jan 23, 2020, 16:12 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
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  • 7 easy holiday party ideas

    Jan 23, 2020, 16:01 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
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  • How to safely manage your passwords

    Jan 23, 2020, 15:43 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    It’s no secret: managing passwords for every single account we have can be frustrating. However, with the growing number of online accounts and internet devices, it is essential to make sure each one is secure.
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  • The best DIY home security systems

    Jan 22, 2020, 11:32 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Advancements in technology have made it easy to protect your home without breaking the bank. Check out our guide to DIY home security systems and lock down your home for less!
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  • How to Safely Heat Your Home During Texas Winters

    Jan 11, 2020, 13:11 PM by Darrell Wehlmann
    What’s the best way to keep warm during a cold Texas winter? Warm tea and hot cocoa, heated blankets, crackling fires, and handy space heaters are all effective favorites. But...
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  • IoT Security: How to Keep Hackers Out of Your Home

    Jan 11, 2020, 13:01 PM by Darrell Wehlmann
    With the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and smart gadgets, the internet has become a more ubiquitous, ever-present force in our lives. It beams through the air into...
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  • How to Make a New Year’s Resolution That You’ll Actually Keep

    Jan 6, 2020, 14:38 PM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Have you committed to a New Year’s Resolution in the past? Most of us have! Did you follow through with it? Plenty of us don’t, but not because we all...
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  • Christmas Cleanup: How to Minimize Holiday Waste

    Jan 6, 2020, 14:34 PM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Santa may leave dozens of wonderfully wrapped gifts beneath our decorated trees, but who cleans up after they’ve all been torn open? Each holiday season, Americans produce on average 25%
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  • How to Practice Fire Safety When Cooking a Thanksgiving Turkey

    Dec 9, 2019, 14:44 PM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Thanksgiving: a day of family, football, and a cornucopia of comfort foods. Next Thursday, tables will be adorned with steaming dishes of creamed corn, dinner rolls, green bean casserole, and...
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  • 12 Helpful Black Friday Shopping Tips

    Dec 9, 2019, 14:41 PM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Your alarm clock blares, rudely awakening you from a turkey-induced slumber. Momentarily confused, you check your phone and realize that this pre-dawn disruption is no accident; it’s Black Friday!
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  • Winterizing: How to Prepare your Property for Texas Winters

    Dec 9, 2019, 10:38 AM by Darrell Wehlmann
    What do you do when winter hits in Texas? You probably dig out your coats, gloves, and thick socks and bundle up like you’re climbing Mt. Everest! But your fingers...
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  • The Ultimate DIY Spring Cleaning Checklist

    Nov 19, 2019, 11:14 AM by Darrell Wehlmann
    There’s just nothing like a annual deep cleaning of your home when spring time rolls around each year. Some people prefer to hire a professional cleaning service, while others prefer the DIY route. Whether you start in the attic and end in the basement, or start outside and work your way inside, it’s important to have a checklist established
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  • Are You Prepared for Hurricane Season 2019?

    Nov 19, 2019, 11:01 AM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Forecasters expect that the 2019 hurricane season will be close to normal, which means about 12 to 14 named storms will likely develop in the Atlantic hurricane basin between June 1 and November 30.
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  • Are Your Household Cleaners Toxic?

    Nov 19, 2019, 10:54 AM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Household cleaning supplies may get the job done, but have you worried about the toxic health risks they could pose to your kids and pets? Some of these products cause irritation to the throat and eyes and can result in headaches. There are even concerns that some cleaners contain cancer-causing agents.
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  • 6 Easy Tips to Keep Your Car Cool This Summer

    Nov 19, 2019, 10:50 AM by Darrell Wehlmann
    Texas summers can be brutally hot, and there is a whole set of problems that you will have to deal with if you are not prepared. Learn how to stay cool and protect your car from unnecessary damage caused by our hot summer environments.
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  • How to Get Your Car Ready for Holiday Travel

    Nov 19, 2019, 09:55 AM by Darrell Wehlmann
    During the holiday months, many Texans take to the highways to visit family and friends. However, a pleasant drive to grandma’s house can quickly turn sideways if your vehicle isn’t
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