Tag Archive "internet"

Cell Phones Offer Customized Style

(NewsUSA) – It began with ring tones. In lieu of standard ringing sounds, phones alerted their owners to incoming calls with quotes, songs and jingles. ...

Encuentre grandes ahorros en paquetes pequeños

(NewsUSA) – Si usted se encuentra entre los Americanos con el presupuesto ajustado, y luchando con su situación financiera, siempre es bueno encontrar nuevas maneras ...

Score a High-Tech Touchdown This Season

(NewsUSA) – Lions, Broncos and Bears -; oh my! It's the time of year again when wives stock up on reading material, and husbands begin ...

Make a Safe Exit With Proper Planning

(NewsUSA) – In the wake of the devastating wildfires that have burned across extensive spans of California and the previously active hurricane seasons that have ...

Faster Emergency Notification System Gives Students Peace of Mind

(NewsUSA) – Rusty Bruns demonstrated Charleston Southern University's new rapid emergency notification system by typing a text message and sending it to himself. About 45 ...

Boating Keeps Family Finances Above Water

(NewsUSA) – Peak boating season has arrived, and 59 million people around the U.S. will take to the water this year. Many assume boating is ...

New 'Place Shifting' Device Provides Entertainment to Go

(NewsUSA) – The latest trend in consumer convenience is a concept called "place shifting," and it doesn't refer to real estate or the outsourcing of ...

Paying Bills Online Is Faster, Easier Than Ever

(NewsUSA) – Online banking is fast becoming the norm. Many banks offer it for free, it's easy and some say it's even safer than banking ...

More Americans Banking On the Internet

(NewsUSA) – A growing trend is giving some name-brand banks a run for their money. Unhappy with inflated ATM fees and hefty checking account surcharges, ...

What Type of Planner Are You: Reliable, Recreational or Reluctant?

(NewsUSA) – New research from Fidelity Investments shows that while seven out of 10 Americans consider themselves to be planners, less than one-third say they ...

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