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aarp

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AARP RealPad

If you missed the boat the first time, AARP is offering a user-friendly tablet for tech novices.

By March 4, 2015

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Steer clear of low-tech hacks: How to keep your information safe

It doesn't take a coding genius to steal your Social Security number, but you can be smarter than identity thieves.

By July 5, 2015

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Screen unwanted calls without one-at-a-time blocking

The free Nomorobo service and AT&T's Privacy Manager help reduce the number of nuisance calls that aren't blocked by the Do Not Call registry.

By April 17, 2014

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Comcast extends 'Internet Essentials' program indefinitely

Comcast extends its subsidized broadband program beyond its June 2014 commitment. The cable giant started the program back in 2011 as part of its conditions for its merger with NBC Universal.

By March 4, 2014

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George Takei launches video series to explain technology

"Sulu" from "Star Trek" now hosts a video series aimed at explaining tech topics to the AARP crowd. First up: Google Glass.

By September 17, 2013

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This could get noisy: New rule lets startups shout for money

The SEC on Monday will lift the ban on "general solicitation" and begin to allow companies to publicly talk about their fundraising efforts. Get ready to hear all about it.

By September 22, 2013

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Equifax credit agency snags TrustedID

The credit-data giant has acquired the identity protection company for a reported $30 million.

By July 9, 2013

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Amazon creates specialty store for 50+ customers

The online retail giant is tapping more directly into the shopping needs of the estimated 80 million Americans aged 50 or older in the U.S.

By April 15, 2013

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Don't be the next victim of Internet scammers

It may take more than an ounce of prevention to avoid falling prey to the growing number of online criminals and their increasingly sophisticated deceptions.

By June 11, 2012

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Government control of Net is always a bad idea

Whether it's the California Public Utilities Commission or the United Nations, traditional governments are ill-suited to regulate the Internet.

By June 4, 2012