Upgrade your phone and get unlimited data in one of T-Mobile’s best deals of 2018

T-Mobile is launching what it says is one of its best deals of 2018 this Friday for everyone who’s ready to trade-in their phone for a flashier handset — and get some extras in the process. Here’s the rundown: You bring in your current phone to any T-Mobile store. Depending on the condition and model, you could get up to $360 via bill credits toward the purchase of a new…

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How to change your PSN name

After being one of the most requested PS4 features for years now, the ability to change your PSN name is finally going to be an option – coming “soon” if you’re in the PlayStation Preview Program (and running until the end of November 2018), or a planned rollout in early 2019 for everybody else. If you’re embarrassed by that ‘hilarious’ PSN ID you picked in your younger days, or you…

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T-Mobile is giving you 36 months to pay off select phones

T-Mobile is giving people more time to pay off their phones. On Friday, the mobile carrier will launch a new 36-month installment plan that will stretch the cost of a smartphone out over the course of three years rather than the standard two-year period. Only a handful of phones will be available for the plan at first — and it’s not clear yet how good of a deal this might…

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How to request your personal data from Apple

After first making the feature available in the European Union to comply with GDPR, Apple users in the US, Canada, and more can now download a copy of their personal information stored by the company. Follow along for how to request your personal data from Apple. Apple updated its privacy website today, highlighting new features that arrived with macOS Mojave and iOS 12 like Screen Time and Intelligent Tracking Prevention….

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WhatsApp, Snapchat banned on company devices at Continental AG

German auto parts maker Continental AG said it will forbid its 240,000 employees from using Facebook Inc.’s WhatsApp or Snap Inc.’s Snapchat on any of its company-issued mobile devices. About 36,000 such devices would be affected by the ban, which was provoked by privacy concerns, a Continental spokesman told Bloomberg. “We think it is unacceptable to transfer to users the responsibility of complying with data protection laws,” Chief Executive Officer…

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Starbucks Gift Card

Give more with Masterpass™ Buy a $10 or more Starbucks eGift Card using Masterpass™, get a $5 Starbucks eGift Card. eGift must be purchased here to be eligible for the promotion. eGifts purchased outside of https://starbucks-promotion.cashstar.com are ineligible for the offer. Offer good from 10/16 through 10/24 or while supplies last. Limit 1 per person. See Terms and Conditions. Read More>>   Source:- starbucks

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Big Change Coming For Washington Driver Licenses, IDs

OLYMPIA, WA – Starting today, anyone who renews or gets a new Washington drivers licence or ID will see a big change. Those documents will now come stamped with the phrase “federal limits apply.” The change will bring Washington into compliance with the 2005 federal REAL ID Act. But it also means your state-issued identification will eventually be invalid to get through airport security and other federal facilities. That change…

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If your password is on this list, you’re in big trouble

It’s possible that you have the wrong idea of who hackers actually are. They are sometimes portrayed in movies as nerdy teenagers, hiding in their parents’ basements, trying to guess your passwords. That is not typically how it is done. These days it’s more likely that dozens of hackers are working together in an office building somewhere. They try breaking into computer systems and ultimately take over your computer, demanding…

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Social Security checks to rise by most since 2012

Retirees are set to see the biggest increase in their monthly Social Security checks in seven years. The Social Security Administration announced on Thursday that the cost-of-living adjustment for the coming year is 2.8 percent, which will boost the average beneficiary’s check by about $39 per month. The increase is the largest since 2012. It will raise the current maximum benefit collected by someone who retires at full retirement age – age 66…

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The lottery’s hidden secret: Billions in unclaimed prizes

Whether you win or lose the lottery jackpots this week, you may still want to check your ticket because billions of dollars in prizes go unclaimed each year. Americans forego about $2 billion in total unclaimed prize money annually, the founder of mobile lottery app Lottery.com told FOX Business. And the higher the drawing, the higher the likelihood there will be multiple, smaller unclaimed prizes. In 2016 alone, in California…

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Frontier Communications’ password bug lets anyone into your account

While you might feel more at ease knowing your personal information is protected by two-factor authentication, a bug in Frontier’s password reset system is demonstrating that vulnerabilities can open your info up to exposure even when that extra level of protection is available. The internet giant’s password system sends users a two-factor code when they initiate a reset, but ZDNet reports that the system lets you enter as many codes as you want, opening up users’ accounts…

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How to Know If Your Facebook Account Has Been Hacked

For the second time this year, hackers have attacked millions of Facebook accounts. The social network announced last week that about 50 million users were recently hacked. The hacking occurred because of a flaw in Facebook’s “View As” feature, which allows you to see your profile as others do. Users can type in a person’s name to get an understanding of what can be seen when a particular person is viewing their…

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