Paying for purchases on credit cards enables you to score great rewards and sometimes pay off purchases over time with no interest by using a 0% APR credit card. However, if you pay for goods or services with a credit card and then get refunded for them, the money is generally put back on your
Credit card debt during coronavirus has spiked as more Americans search for ways to cope with reduced incomes and unemployment. If you’re finding it difficult to pay down debt as a result of the virus, keep reading. Below are a few relief options to help you pay off your debt at affordable interest rates, as
States are slowly beginning to open back up but that still doesn’t mean travelers are free to come and go as they please in most places. USA TODAY has an update on the states that discouraged interstate travel by imposing 14-day quarantines on visitors and residents returning from other states. See which have lifted their
The pandemic forced countless companies across every industry to change their plans, but many product launches are still scheduled to take place this year without any major alterations. One such product is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20, which rumors and reports suggest is coming out in August, just as the Galaxy Note 10 did in 2019.
Twitter today acknowledged that it has begun testing a new setting that lets users limit who can reply to tweets. The setting was first noted earlier this year. Similar to Facebook’s post view settings, the current implementation features a small glove icon in the corner. Tapping on it brings up a “Who Can Reply?” window.
If you depend on an older Apple TV to watch HBO, you may want to look for new hardware. As announced in April, the HBO Now app has been pulled (via 9to5Mac) from second- and third-generation Apple TV boxes this weekend following the end of support. The move was originally scheduled for April 30th, but
The Amazon Prime Day 2020 date is reportedly happening in August 2020, not July, offering a one-month reprieve on what’s normally an epic deals marathon. That’s the right move for everyone. People still need to save money – now more than ever – but this year’s Prime Day has to be timed right: for consumers,
Facebook’s Avatars have finally rolled out in the U.S., providing a useful new tool to socially distanced Americans worried they’ll forget what their friends look like. Much like Bitmoji or those pixellated doll makers from the ’90s, Facebook’s Avatars let you create a cartoonish likeness of yourself which you can attach to your instant messages.
Doug Monahan, the creator of the failed iBackPack crowdfunding project, is settling with the Federal Trade Commission and has agreed to never crowdfund again. The agreement, filed today, comes after more than a year of back-and-forth between the agency and Monahan, who served as his own lawyer in the case. The FTC sued Monahan over
Last month, after Apple and Google announced some changes to their forthcoming attempt to track the spread of COVID-19, I noted the surprising degree to which tech giants are setting the terms of the pandemic response. They own the hardware, they own the software, and national governments who would use it to find new cases