Kim Komando

5 tech purchases you shouldn't miss in February

Like many of you, I love to shop and, like everyone, I love to save money. That means I'm always on the lookout for great ...

Five Windows 10 tricks you need to know

Windows 10 is now installed on more than 200 million gadgets worldwide. That's quite a feat in the tech world since its official release was ...

The 3 biggest security threats of 2016

You can hardly look at tech news without seeing reports of viruses, Trojans, data breaches, ransomware, remote hacking, ATM skimmers and plenty of other threats ...

Five tips to help you master Twitter

Twitter isn't just a place where people post Throwback Thursday photos. With over 170 million active users, it has become a major source for news ...

How to safely use free Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi is a convenient way to check Facebook, browse the Internet or do some online shopping on the go without putting a dent in ...

3 things to know before buying next lightbulb

Two years ago, under pressure from the U.S. government, lightbulb makers stopped manufacturing the humble incandescent bulb. You can still find some on the store ...

Stop stores and airports from tracking movements

Did you know that for several months Wal-Mart tested a facial recognition system that can pick an individual out of a crowd and track them ...

Stop neighbors from stealing your Internet

You're ready to stream the latest episode of your favorite show. The popcorn smell permeates the room, you're settled in your favorite spot and everything ...

Don't buy these 4 things on Black Friday

Black Friday has become synonymous in our minds with great deals. Often, the deals are impressive as businesses compete for shoppers' attention and dollars. But ...

Four ways to spot a fake online review

I was poking around Amazon a while back and saw an 85-inch Samsung TV that cost $45,000. Just for fun I checked out the reviews ...

Why you should wrap car keys in aluminum foil

Your car is always listening. Not for your voice, like the Amazon Echo or Siri, but for an electronic signal, such as the coded "unlock" ...