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Recycling old technology devices and batteries

As new technological products hit the shelves, you may look to upgrade your current devices or purchase new ones. But what do you do with your old phones, computers, and other tech devices after you have replaced them? You may want to trade them in or sell them for parts, which are both great options. However, you may think about disposing of them altogether. Instead of throwing them in the trash, consider recycling your old tech.  Electronic waste, or e-waste, is growing every year. Only a small percent of e-waste is properly recycled, w...

Should I get an Emergency Response Device?

As we age, simple things become more difficult. Accidents sometimes happen. Whether you fall and can’t get up or suffer a major or minor medical emergency. In an unexpected situation, it may be difficult to know what to do or how to get help. Luckily, emergency response devices make it easy to alert professionals and get the help that you need when you need it. Why get an emergency response device? The old adage is true: It really is always better to be safe than to be sorry. You may think that if something were to happen to you, yo...

Use Wi-Fi to save data

Most people use their phones, laptops, or tablets on a daily basis. Whether it’s searching the internet, scrolling through Facebook and email, keeping in touch with loved ones, or checking the weather, our electronics process a lot of information. How are we able to get this information? Through the use of cellular data or Wi-Fi.  Cellular data connects your phone or tablet to the internet through a cell phone signal. Cell phone service providers charge a premium when you exceed the data included with your cell phone plan.  To ...