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The element that defies quantum mechanics
Think back to those long days in physics and chemistry class. You may remember the periodic table of elements, and if you aren’t currently a scientist, you may have forgotten about that chunk of elements at the bottom of the periodic table, that aren’t really talked about. And that’s because scientists really don’t know much about them. One of those elements, however, is Berkelium, and it’s making waves in the scientific community.
Mary Poppins is coming back
Did you love the original Mary Poppins story? Well prepare to be excited because she’s returning to share the love and magic with the newest generation, in "Mary Poppins Returns"! Be prepared to enjoy all your favorite songs, and even learn a few new ones! With Emily Blunt and Colin Firth, the magic is being brought back to life in children and adults alike! Will you take your spoonful of sugar?
You won’t believe this supply vessel’s expensi
In one of the more luxurious instances of reusing and recycling, an old container vessel has been remodeled and overhauled to become a $62 million dollar superyacht. With more amenities than you could need, this top of the line luxury yacht is a sight to see, showing with the right amount of money, anything can become beautiful.
Exploring the Sri Lankan caves of golden Buddhas
In Sri Lanka, it may be common to find religious statues adorning the country, varying in size from massive structures to smaller entities, each more detailed and beautiful than the one before. These golden structures rest in a complex cave system, and visitors here can explore over 80 documented caves.
Oceans are running out of sand
The beach is a popular vacation spot, especially during the summer. But what if one day you went down to the seashore, and found that there was no shore? No sand to be seen? What would be the impacts of such a disappearance? While it won’t be gone by tomorrow, sand is actually slowly disappearing from the ocean, with devastating effects.
Taxi Driver (1976)
In this movie, Robert De Niro plays a New York City cabbie who’s insomnia drives him to work the night shift. As his condition worsens, he grows increasingly detached from reality and dreams of cleaning up the filthy city and saving the world. But he soon lowers his sights on a presidential candidate, then trying to rescue a 12-year-old girl. For rent on Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft and YouTube.
Secrets to getting the best airplane Wi-Fi possibl
You'll finally have speedy in-flight internet. Here's how to make the slow, sluggish and unpredictable airplane Wi-Fi a lot less expensive and a lot faster! Keep reading to find out how these simple tricks can improve your Wi-Fi on your next flight.
The best way to gain exposure and land your dream
Stephen from South Carolina is looking for a new career move. He called in to The Kim Komando Show seeking tips from Kim on how he can reach potential employers and get noticed. If you’re starting a new career, making a career change or simply wanting to get the perfect job, Kim gives tips how to maximize your online presence and have a great digital first impression!
Selling your house? Here are some upgrades you nee
We're sharing expert tips from realtors who know what home buyers want. These days, they want smart home tech. The great news for you is, you can often increase your home's value by adding a few smart home devices that will set you back less than $1,000 and often less than $100.
6 popular accounts that need two-factor authentica
Setting up two-factor authentication for securing your account is a pretty good idea. It's obvious that this simple step is worth the little effort required to set it up. But which accounts should you enable it on? Here's how to enable two-factor authentication on six popular accounts offering this must-have feature.
Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay vs. Google Pay: Which is
Most of us now have access to an alternative to the good, old-fashioned wallet. The big three options for mobile payment systems are Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay. They all turn your smartphone (or certain smartwatches) into a mobile wallet, letting you pay for purchases without having to fish out a credit card or cash. Choosing which mobile payment system to go with is an interesting question.
Social media and your child’s safety
Jill from Virginia called in to The Kim Komando Show to get advice about what to do. Even though Jill had signed a waiver explicitly denying the school from posting her children's pictures on social media, they are still doing so. It turns out they have been doing so every year. After contacting the school and receiving no resolution, Jill wanted to know what steps she could take. Kim advises Jill on how to protect his children’s privacy online.
How to turn off Google location tracking for real
It's no secret that Google monitors and stores a lot of information about you, such as your location history. They do provide tools and options to turn location tracking off; however, new findings indicate that the company still records your movements even when you tell it not to. Now, that's creepy, right?
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3 new online marketplaces better than Craigslist
Once upon a time, Craigslist was a great idea. Post classified ads for free! Buy and sell what you want without any hassles! Craigslist was easy and straightforward. You could throw up text and photos, then take them down whenever you wanted. You didn't even have to post your email address. Now, Craigslist is a ghost of its former self. As goes the internet, new marketplaces keep opening up, and I’ve been very pleased with many of these alternatives.
Best streaming service: Netflix vs. Vudu vs. Amazo
When you’re picking a streaming video service, so many questions pop up: how much does it cost? What movies does it have? Can you find current episodes of your favorite TV show, or are they all from past seasons? Is there an app, and how well does it work? The list goes on and on.
5 ways to slash your smartphone bills
Remember, a smartphone is a small computer, and computers are expensive. Even older-model phones can cost hundreds of dollars, never mind the $1,149 you'd have to pay for an iPhone X with 256GB, or the Samsung Galaxy S9, which costs upwards of $950. No matter the carrier, the freefall days of free and discounted phones are over, at least among mainstream providers. The pressure to own a smartphone is high, so how do you keep those expenses as low as possible?
Insider tricks to keep hackers and scammers from s
Cybercriminals are out in full force looking for ways to steal your data. It’s worth money to them. That’s why we’ve seen a massive uptick in the number of data breaches over the past few years. Unfortunately, most folks don’t know they’ve been hacked until it’s too late. With cybercrime so rampant, you need to be proactive about protecting yourself.
Tips and apps for office administration
Terry from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, called in to the show to learn how to optimize their on site security reporting. Their community hires off-duty police officers to patrol the neighborhood and are looking to update how officers check in, how they report, and how they can communicate more effectively in the field.
Clever Alexa commands you can use again and again!
More than any other device, Alexa has become our closest approximation of artificial intelligence. She has a voice and personality, and if you ask the right question, she’ll even get sassy with you. Users even refer to Alexa as “she.” We usually prefer to say her name, rather than the name of the device itself, Amazon Echo. For many owners, Alexa is more than a mere virtual assistant; she has become something like a domestic companion, a Rosie or R2-D2 that can also order takeout.
Incredible useful travel apps you didn’t know ab
Have smartphone, will travel. Nowadays, your phone may operate in many different countries, or you can easily stick a SIM card into the slot and pick up a local data plan. Another option is to keep your phone off and only use Wi-Fi whenever you find it. In short, your phone is still useful when you travel, and you can access your apps in seaports and souks around the globe. Many apps are designed to enhance the travel experience.
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5 obscure Amazon settings you should change now
If you have an Amazon account, the amount of data that the retail giant collects is astonishing. Many people don’t know you get much more than just free two-day shipping with a Prime account. With these different areas collecting data about you, if you are trying to maintain some semblance of your privacy, you’ll definitely want to check these five not-so-obvious settings.
Most popular iOS apps of all time
One thing that makes smartphones great is the abundance of apps that are available. It's been a decade since the first iPhone. That means Apple's App Store wasn't far behind. Over the past 10 years, there have been tons of iOS apps that people around the globe have fallen in love with. App Annie put together a list of the most popular iOS apps over the last decade.
The 7 best beaches of the world
There are hundreds of beaches where you can spend your vacation. But how do you know which ones will provide you with the breathtaking views that you are craving? No worries, we're here to help. That's why we're going to share with you seven of the best beaches in the world. Let's start with number seven and count down to the top spot.
3 vacation scams to avoid
Ever booked a trip somewhere exotic, only to arrive and find out they lost your reservation? Or come home to realize that some of the credit card transactions aren't from you? Tourists are easy targets for hackers and criminals. That's why you need to know how to spot them.
3 incredibly useful Google products and services y
You know Google. Everyone knows Google. In fact, Google is so popular that "Google" has become synonymous with web searches. But the number of searches isn't Google's only secret. In fact, Google owns dozens of products and services. You've used many of them, like Google Maps, Earth, the web browser Google Chrome, Gmail and many others. Still, there are Google products you've never heard of, or used, but you probably should.
Opt-out of online targeted advertising networks an
If you surf the web, you're going to see ads. That's a given, and there's not much you can do about it. What you can change is whether or not you see targeted ads. These are the ads that follow you from site to site and seem to know what you've been looking at online.