Caller ID spoofing is the practice of causing the telephone network to display a number on the recipient's Caller IDdisplay that is not that of the actual originating station. The term is commonly used to describe situations in which the motivation is considered malicious by the speaker or writer. Just as e-mail spoofing can make it appear that a message came from any e-mail address the sender chooses, Caller ID spoofing can make a call appear to have come from any phone number the caller wishes. Because of the high trust people tend to have in the Caller ID system, spoofing can call the system's value into question.

Learn more  http://www.fcc.gov/guides/caller-id-and-spoofing

batteryWhen we're on the go our technology is as well. However, battery life of our mobile devices can hinder our experience. Here are some key points to save your laptop’s battery life inspired by PC World writer, Paul Mah.

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How to Protect Yourself from Being a Victim of a Scam on Social Media

Now that social media has become one of the most popular ways for interpersonal communication online, scam artists have taken advantage of this new media to retrieve personal information from the users of these sites. We have some tips to help you avoid being scammed.

Phishing: The activity of defrauding an online account holder of financial information by posing as a legitimate company.

Scammers are acquiring consumers’ usernames, passwords, credit card numbers and other personal information for phishing.

To prevent you from being a victim of these scams, here are some tips from the Better Business Bureau.

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NFL RedZone, produced by NFL Network, whips around every NFL game on Sunday afternoons delivering the touchdowns and most exciting moments as they happen and in high definition. When a team goes inside the 20-yard line, NFL RedZone takes fans there. The channel keeps fans up-to-date in real time, switching from game to game with live look-ins, highlights and a chance to see the key plays.

You may have heard about people storing their photos, documents and other forms of data on the “Cloud." What does that really mean? We know they’re not storing their files in the sky or in a ball of moisture, so where exactly are people storing their information?

Other than its name, the Cloud actually has nothing to do with the earth’s atmosphere. The Cloud is actually a group of servers in a building somewhere that stores terabytes upon terabytes of users’ data. The location of the servers may vary depending on the company you are using for your storage, but the overall concept is the same.

Have you ever tried to get your message across creatively to customers, vendors or colleagues, only to find out that you don’t have the tools or budget to create elaborate presentations?

If so, don’t worry. There is an easy way to create stunning and captivating presentations online at Prezi.com.

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