Month: January 2019

‘I’m Going to Save Every Dollar I Can.’ Government Workers Are Saving and Looking for Private Industry Jobs to Prepare for Another Shutdown

Hundreds of thousands of federal workers and government contractors are returning to work this week after the longest-ever government shutdown read more

January 30, 2019

So you want to do your part to help improve the environment without giving up the luxuries technology affords you? read more

January 30, 2019

A toxic smog chocking the Thai capital forced officials to close hundreds of schools Wednesday amid escalating efforts to manage read more

January 30, 2019

Today’s a good day to upgrade your graphics card without breaking the bank. Newegg is offering a trio of excellent read more

January 30, 2019

A grenade attack on a mosque in the southern Philippines early Wednesday killed two people and wounded four others just read more

January 30, 2019

Apple has shut down Group FaceTime after a bug allowed callers to eavesdrop on people before they answered the call. read more

January 30, 2019

(SAN DIEGO) — The Trump administration on Tuesday quietly launched an effort to make asylum seekers wait in Mexico while read more

January 30, 2019

Your data is important, and few things are more painful and frustrating than losing it all after your hard drive read more

January 29, 2019

The Congressional Budget Office on Monday delivered its estimated economic cost of the five-week partial government shutdown: $11 billion dollars, read more

January 29, 2019

The super bowl is just days away. Did you know ESPN has an app on all the big streaming services read more