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Tim Martin

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.

Huntington City Police Don’t Care About Dog Theft

If you have your dog stolen in Huntington, WV, don't bother calling the police unless you paid your yearly dog tax

Facebook Hashtags Coming Soon

According to The Wall Street Journal, Facebook will incorporate hashtags catching up to Twitter, Google +, and Instagram

Netflix Introduces Netflix Social For Facebook U.S. Users

Starting today, Netflix members in the U.S. can share their favorite shows and movies on Netflix with friends by connecting to Facebook and agreeing to share.

Facebook ‘Likes’ Can Reveal Information About You – So What?

'Likes' on Facebook can accurately predict personality traits, sexual orientation, and intelligence, according to researchers

Google to Cut 1200 More Motorola Jobs

Google announced that they are cutting 1,200 more jobs at its Motorola Mobility division, following the announcement of 4,000 layoffs in 2012

New Facebook Changes Coming Soon!

Facebook unveiled changes to the site trying to make Facebook more unified across all devices with an overhaul to the newsfeed

Evernote Issues Mandatory Password Resets After Security Breach

Online personal organizer Evernote reset passwords for all its users after attackers breached the company's systems and accessed login credentials

UPDATED: BB&T Bank Customer Alert: Accounts Zeroed Out, Cards Being Declined

BB and T customers nation wide are reporting zeroed out accounts and their bank cards being declined

Pandora Sets 40 Hour Monthly Limit on Free Mobile Listening

Pandora announced that it is installing a 40 hour monthly limit on free listening to its Internet radio service over mobile devices

Is Facebook and Twitter Bad for Your Health?

A recent story shows that social media can affect stress levels, sleep, and relationships