Sunday, December 4, 2016
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Tim Martin

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Tim Martin is a Technology specialist, who gives us insights into the technology and software that helps us to get through our day. Technology is everywhere, an increasingly pervasive part of our lives. Tim helps us make sense of it in many ways.

How to Make Cloud Services Work For You

A simple solution to integrate all of the cloud services together so you don't have data spread out everywhere!

Reddit Users Helping a Mom During Huge Tragedy

Reddit users come together to help a mother through the sudden loss of her husband, in a motorcycle accident, in which he was killed instantly.

Get A Free $200 Kroger Gift Card! – The Latest Scam...

Scammers are luring victims in with the promise of a $200 Kroger gift card. To get the gift card, victims must give up personal information and sign up for an expensive service.

Unusual Lawsuit Filed Against Walmart

Lawsuit filed against Walmart over ... shopping baskets! It doesn't make sense because the cost of the lawsuit must be much more than the cost of baskets.

US Government Preventing Veteran From Saving His Mothers Life

The United States Embassy in the Philippines will not allow bone marrow donor in our country for this veteran's mother

AT&T’s New Mobile Share Plan – Consumers Beware!

If you're an existing AT&T customer with an existing family plan, this new plan will appear to save you as much as $100 a month but it will cost you even more in the long run

Staples First Major U.S. Retailer to Announce Availability of 3D Printers

Staples became the first major U.S. retailer to announce the availability of 3D printers with the Cube 3D Printer on Staples.com for $1299.99.

Helping the Homeless One Cupcake at a Time

How one girl's selfless mission is helping a community in need, and how she touches their lives.

Meet Petaluma’s Defender: Batman!

19 Year Old College Student dresses up as Batman to protect city and promote good will

A Good Server Can Make All The Difference

A review on 2 different restaurants where the waiter made all the difference