Technology

For better or for worse, technology is the new frontier. When it comes to navigating the web, avoiding hackers, and enjoying our devices—Reader’s Digest is here to lead the way and help you get the most out of our interconnected world.

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    Which Tablet Is Right for You?

    Sure, the iPad is great, but there are other options smart shoppers should consider if they're shopping tablets.


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    Plan a Big Event from Your Laptop

    Why hire a party planner or wedding coordinator when you can spend $75 to $200 for software and do it...


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    Why Checking Your Smart Phone Can Become Compulsive

    Are you always checking your phone while you’re waiting in line at the supermarket, or stopped at a traffic light?


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    8 Ways to Work Faster on Your Computer

    These tips will improve your productivity.


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    6 Essential Phone Apps for Back to School

    Going back to school can be a tough transition, but these phone applications will keep you organized and help reduce


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    How to Avoid Online Dating Scams

    Common sense will tell you that sending money to a stranger is a bad idea. Here are more tips to...


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    An Insider’s Guide to Staples

    Copy paper, toner, giant tubs of Folger’s coffee — “Yeah, we got that,” Staples promises. But while the chain may


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    Essential Apps for When You’re on the Road

    Even if you need to make last-minute arrangements, these will help you make the most of your travels.


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    You Know You’re an Internet Addict When…

    Most of us are spending steadily increasing amounts of time glued to our computer screens, often to the detriment of


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    Tech Tools That Make Home Buying Easier

    Buying a home can be stressful. There are so many questions to be answered and decisions to be made, such


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    Digital Cameras 101: How to Take Pictures Like the Pros

    Digital cameras may seem complicated but these easy tips will have you taking pictures like a pro in no time.


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    6 iPhone Apps for Nature Lovers

    Before you set out on your next picnic, nature walk, or hiking adventure, download these helpful, informative, and incredibly cool...


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    5 Best Group Coupon Sites

    pdf-sample Are you always searching for ways to save? It’s time to stop searching and let the deals come to


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    Take Control of Family Tech Time

    Does your life suffer from too much time spent online? Here’s how to take control.


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    10 Tips on How to Write an Email

    Emails are key to communication in the office. Yet, as a rule, they are badly written. So by consistently sending


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    Creative Ways People Used The Internet for Buyer’s Revenge

    “Call your congressperson.” “Write the company president.” “Start a petition.” All fine suggestions if some business has given you the


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    11 Technology, Media and Relationship Trends That Have Got To Go!

    TECHNOLOGY An Intimate Knowledge of Someone Else’s Multiple E-mail Accounts Now that people have several e-mail addresses, they expect you


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    How To Use Social Media to Promote Your Business

    Stacy Johnson from MoneyTalksNews.com shares his 4 easy tips on how to take your small business to the next level.


    13 Ways Your Restaurant May Be Using Technology to Woo You

    Is your favorite restaurant wired for your convenience? Check out the following ways your local establishment is keeping in contact...

    6 Things You Should Know Before Buying an iPad

    It's important to know these things before purchasing.


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    10 Ways to Use Technology to Find What You Want

    The TV Remote If you’re forever misplacing it (or your keys or your purse), consider the KeyRinger. It operates on


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    6 Time-Wasting Internet Tips

    1. Jacksonpollock.org lets you make drip art with your cursor.


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    Dreamers: The Digg Idea

    For two months after he launched digg.com, Kevin Rose didn’t need an alarm clock. “By 6 a.m., I was up


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    Here’s the Deal: Fix Computers, Cars and Appliances for Free

    I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been under a tight deadline when my computer froze or I got


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    5 Tips for Making the Most of Your Digital Photos

    How many times have you experienced digital photo guilt? This usually happens when people let their wonderful vacations, weddings, and