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Kim Komando

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Kim Komando hosts the nation's largest radio show about the digital lifestyle, broadcast on over 435 stations in the USA and globally on American Forces Radio. Listen to The Kim Komando Show on 94.3 WSC News Radio Noon to 3 p.m. Sundays. Her Digital News Network delivers more than 12 million newsletters to subscribers each week. Visit Komando.com for the latest tech news, tips, videos and more.

Recent Articles


How to boost your Wi-Fi for $50

How many times have you clicked a video or link and waited, and waited? You can’t know for sure if it is your gadget, your...


Tech Q&A: Stopping robocalls, sharing Wi-Fi, and more

Q: I heard you mention a way to stop robocalls on your national radio show. I was unable to write it down at the time. Help! I am...


Tech Q&A: Facebook quizzes, undoing Windows 10, free Prime, etc.

Q: I love taking quizzes, but I’ve heard reports that it may not be safe. Is this true, Kim?


5 digital tricks you’ll use over and over

When it comes to everything digital, we often learn by doing or by watching someone wow us with a trick. Here are five of my...


Use Facebook? One step can prevent things from coming back to haunt you

Divorce attorneys are having a field day with evidence that people are routinely posting on Facebook. Employers check a...


Tech Q&A: Spy cams, Netflix privacy and more

Q: I would like to put a spy cam in my mother’s assisted living room. Is there one that people would not notice?


3 handy Netflix tricks you use time and time again

I admit it. I binge-watched Netflix’s “House of Cards” and fell into the “just one more...


Tech Q&A: Spotting credit card skimmers, beating airport lines, etc.

Q: My credit card information was stolen at a gas station. The crooks used a skimmer. What are these and how can you spot one?


Tech Q&A: refreshing old iPhones, online safeguards for kids, etc.

Q. My iPhone 5 is starting to run slowly, but I’m not ready to upgrade. What can I do?


Technology Q&A: Tips for Wi-Fi, texting, viruses, etc.

Q: I think my neighbors might be using my Wi-Fi. How can I tell?

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