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Kim Komando hosts the nation's largest talk radio show about consumer electronics, computers and the Internet. Hear it locally at 94.3 WSC News Radio noon-3 p.m. Sundays. For more information, go to www.komando.com.

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3 places better than Craigslist to buy and sell used items

When you want to buy or sell something used online, your first thought might be to use Craigslist. After all, it’s the...


Kim Komando Q&A: Tame an out-of-control photo collection

Q. My photo collection is out of control. I’ve been to a bunch of weddings and family events this year and I took hundreds...


Kim Komando Q&A: Buy or rent Internet gear?

Q. I noticed my cable company charges me a monthly fee for my cable modem. It’s about to upgrade me to a new one, and I...


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Q. I’m in college and I know I want to do something in technology, but I’m not sure what. Maybe I should develop an...


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If you’re a parent or grandparent, you know that kids pick up the latest technology lightning fast. Of course,...


Kim Komando Q&A: Insurance program lets hackers into your car

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To Facebook, your personal information is everything. The more the site has on you, the more money it can make from advertisers...


Kim Komando Q&A: Hackers watch through cameras

Q. My son gave me a wireless indoor security camera so I can keep an eye on my dogs while at work. I heard you talking about...


5 things Minecraft teaches kids (and a bad thing, too)

The popular build-and-survive video game Minecraft could very well be the most surprising tech success of this decade. Created in...

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