technology

Robo Calls Are About To Get Even Worse

Think you're getting a lot of scam calls now, just wait! Data released from a call protection company, First Orion, analyzed nearly 50 billion phone calls over the past 18 months and found spam calls have increased from 3.7% of total calls in 2017 to 29.2% in 2018 and predicts that number will hit...
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98.5 KTK Gainesville Ocala People Trading Their Smart Phone For "Dumb" Feature Phones

Everything that is old will eventually become new again. For instance, 20 years ago, our mobile phones were just that; a phone you talked into from just about anywhere you could get a signal. Then came the smart phone that was more than just a device to speak in to. In fact, many people preferred...
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Technology Is Causing Parent To Ignore Kids And Leads To More Tantrums

As parents know, you want to be the best mom or dad to your child. So child experts warn you not to fall into the technoference trap. That's the term created for those who are distracted by your smartphone when you’re with your children. Parents and caregivers who spend a lot of time on their...
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Facial Recognition Technology Aims To Stop Toilet Paper Theft

Nobody likes a thief and you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who enjoys the discovery that there is no toilet paper in the bathroom stall. Across the world, China is in the midst of a toilet revolution. The country is turning to technology to upgrade public restrooms and to stop people from...
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Instagram Is Making Changes to How It Shows You Posts from Your Friends

You complained, and Instagram listened. The popular social media app says it will make changes to its algorithm-based feed. Yes, your photo feed is about to return to more of a chronological feed, instead of that algorithm-feed, which never seemed to show you the photos you wanted to see. The...
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The Millennial Generation Gets A Definition Update

When it comes to generation names, the ones known as Millennials seems to be the most confusing. At one time, the generation that followed Gen X were called Gen Y but that lasted as long as Crystal Pepsi. That's because there is no official social constructs outside of the Baby Boomers, which the U...
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Should You Warm Up Your Car Nor Not?

With some of the coldest weather in recent memory there's a good chance you've ventured out and started your car to "let it warm up" before leaving for work. It begs the questions, does your car need to be warmed up. Depends who you ask. If you ask your mom or dad, they probably said yes. But today...
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iPhone

Apple Will Reportedly Replace Batteries for iPhone Models 6 & Newer

Now, according to ‘USA Today,‘ Apple may be amending its original announcement.
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How to Fix That iPhone Bug That Turns "I" Into an "A" and a Weird Symbol

Many users who are operating on the iOS 11.1 have noticed that when they type an "I" their phone is changing it to "A" and this weird symbol.
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Latest Auto Technology Making Our Roads Very Unsafe

It appears that our love of technology is making our roads unsafe. Besides texting and driving and retweeting while behind the wheel, our car's technology is distracting for for dangerously long periods of time, on average 40 seconds per incident, according to a new AAA Foundation for Traffic...
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