Mobile Banking Getting Easier & FasterNo question banking on-the-go is easier than ever thanks to our smartphones. And now many banks are offering more services than just paying bills and depositing a check with your phone.
Wired In: Simple Ways To Protect Your Privacy On & OfflineIt’s no secret, life moves fast. That can leave us pretty careless about protecting our privacy. Here are some quick tips to keep you safe from those intruding on what's ours.
Wired In: The Business Of Streaming MusicMusic, and how we listen to it, has come a long way.
Miami Teen Paralyzed In Shooting Goes Back To ClassIt was a morning of new classes, new friends, and new challenges for South Florida students who headed back to school Monday but for one tenth grader, the challenges were far greater as he learns to adapt to life in high school in a wheelchair. But even that can’t dampen Aaron Willis’ spirit.
Consumers Losing Money Through "Grey Charges"Imagine paying out extra cash each month, even hundreds of dollars a year, but you have no idea! You may not know about what are called "grey charges."
Prevent Tragedy By Keeping Your Tires On TrackEvery day, millions of drivers unknowingly put themselves and others at risk when they get behind the wheel of a car.
Growing Problem Of Tech Support ScamsVirtually everyone has had some sort of problem with his or her computer that prompted a call to tech support. But that call could cost you due to the latest cyber scam sweeping the Internet – phony tech support sites.
New App Takes Aim At Saving You MoneyTarget is teaming up with Facebook to introduce a new app that aims to get more shoppers back inside its stores.
Microsoft Touts Xbox One As All-In-1 Entertainment Microsoft thinks it has the one. The company unveiled the Xbox One, an entertainment console that wants to be the one system households will need for games, television, movies, sports and other entertainment. It will go on sale later this year, for an undisclosed price.
Local Football Player Kicks His Way To SuccessPlaying in the National Football League is a dream few humans get to see and feel in real life. Former Cardinal Gibbons High School football placekicker Blair Walsh not only saw and felt the dream, he kicked right into the bright lights, big crowds and, to his surprise, the freezing temperatures of Minnesota.
Small Businesses & Consumers Using Coupon Sites Learning Valuable LessonPay $15 for $30 worth of food, get three oil changes for $49, or train your dog for half the price. For many consumers, the deals are hard to resist the daily deal offers that pop up in their inbox.
Students Spell Their Way To Success At Jungle IslandHundreds of local students participated in the Miami-Dade/Monroe County Spelling Bee held Wednesday, March 20th at Jungle Island.
Federal Trade Commission Cracks Down On Data BrokersFederal authorities have launched a crackdown on data brokers – people who track your every search and purchase on the Internet and sell the information.
Buying & Selling Vacation TimeHow often have you wanted to take a trip, but you didn’t have any vacation time left? It’s happened to many of us. But what if there was a way around that?
Local Students Hope To S-P-E-L-L SuccessStudents from across South Florida will put their spelling skills to the test starting Tuesday for the Miami Herald's 73rd annual spelling bee competition.