Security, savings, and convenience attract shoppers to 'mobile wallets,' payment apps such as Apple Pay, now available for phones and tablets. Check out these options.
Laws against online abuse are often underenforced and many police departments need better training to confront threats on the Web. But author and privacy expert Danielle Citron says states are starting to do more, and the public is beginning to stand up against Internet trolls, bullies, and tormentors.
Google is working on a bill payment system, called Pony Express, that would save you from having to visit a utility or service’s website, let alone make the treacherous trek all the way to your physical mailbox.
The Premera Blue Cross breach gave hackers valuable financial and medical data on millions of people. That information can be sold on the black market to criminals looking to commit identity theft, obtain prescription drugs illegally, or commit insurance fraud.
Like anyone taking the plunge, same-sex couples should pause and review the ramifications of marriage from a financial, tax and legal point of view.
Baby boomers can avoid losing tens of thousands of dollars by heeding these three retirement-planning guides.
Anthem insurance faced a cyberattack last week that compromised the information of up to 80 million customers. Now, scammers are sending spam email and making phone calls claiming to represent Anthem and offering a free year of credit-card protection service.