holiday shopping

More Than 32 Million Consumers Have Already Started Their Holiday Shopping

It’s only the first week of fall, but the holiday shopping season is already well underway for millions of Americans, according to a new survey by CreditCards.com. That really should make most Americans feel good about themselves. About 1 in 7 American adults (14%) said in a survey done over Labor Day weekend that they had already begun their holiday shopping. That means that about 32 million American adults started crossing gifts off their holiday shopping list before many kids around the country even finished their summer break.

NFL Team #Hashtag Directory

Social engagement company called Postano, has created a hashtag directory for football fans to follow the action on social media, including the official and most used hashtags for each of the 32 NFL teams. Everyone creates their own hashtags these days, which can make it a challenge to follow the game on social – it’s more difficult than just #teamname. This directory includes the official/most used hashtags, which ensures that fans can catch all the action in real time – with or without watching the game.

SanDisk’s iXpand Flash Drive Will Move iOS Data

SanDisk’s iXpand Flash Drive is the easiest way to transfer photos and videos between your iPhone, iPad, PCs and Mac Computers. The compatibility works iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, and newer (iOS 7.1+). It also includes compatibility with Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS X v10.6+. One can quickly free up memory on their device and instantly expand storage capabilities.

D-Link Gives Tips on Protecting Your Router

It’s one of the most used pieces gadgets in your home or business. It’s often hidden in a closet or behind a bookshelf or entertainment center. It’s your router and D-Link, makers of some of the best routers including the powerhouse, Ultra AC3200, works hard to protect your network against unwanted intruders like Wi-Fi viruses, information hackers and neighbors who just want to steal your bandwidth. Simply protecting your network with a password/encryption key adds an essential layer of basic security that even the most persistent of neighbors can’t always break through. Here are some of the basics about your router and protecting yourself from those evil-doers.