Tech Tips: Sprint's new plans offer savings, though advantages shrink for families with kids
It will take some time, but they might be on the way.
Questions and answers about the care and recovery of 2 American Ebola patients
Review: Baseball does online right, as long as you overlook video blackouts
Smart Spending: Deals only a click away for back-to-school shopping
Hackers are now using information about you to gain access to your computer and personal information. Data Doctor Ken Colburn has online safety tips.
UPS: Malware may have exposed information about shoppers who used cards at 51 stores
A Closer Look: Do more with streaming TV with companion devices from Apple, Amazon
Google Maps is storing your travel data. Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, explains why, and details steps smartphone users can take to protect their privacy.
Online retail growing fast in India while big box rivals lose way in maze of restrictions
"I wouldn't write it off today, but I would say the Chromebook is another handful of nails being driven into the coffin" of the PC, says Greg Stebben, WTOP's tech guy.
Supervalu reveals data breach that could affect stores in dozens of states
Apple bans potentially hazardous benzene, n-hexane during final assembly of iPhones, iPads
The company famous for its instant camera decades before the digital boom is back with a tiny cube-sized camera that can clip onto bikes, tripods and could even be stuffed into a pocket. And it could challenge GoPro, king of the market.
Amazon to offer credit-card reader and mobile app for small businesses
Is your online world as safe as it could be? Data Doctor Ken Colburn explains what 2-factor authentication is, and whether it's a valuable tool.
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