Finding stolen and lost smartphones
Would you know what to do if your smartphone was lost or stolen? Experts say you should practice logging in remotely so you are prepared.
Improve your smartphone's battery life
Want to get rid of viruses, or stop those apps from running in the background and draining your battery? There are tools to help.
Changing Android's privacy settings
Do you want to control the privacy settings on your Android device? Here is a step-by-step guide on how to change them.
Inventor of Web calls for digital bill of rights
The British inventor of the World Wide Web wants a digital bill of rights to protect Internet users from surveillance.
Best ways to erase your hard drive
Experts show you how to erase your old hard drive so your information stays out of a thief's hands when you recycle it.
Making your password harder to hack
Do you use the same password for more than one account? We're revealing easy tools to keep track of all your passwords.
Edward Snowden to speak at SXSW Festival
He can't leave Russia, but whistleblower Edward Snowden will speak at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas, next week.
NSA programs expose party lines
The debate about whether to continue the dragnet surveillance of Americans' phone records is highlighting divisions within the Democratic…
Investigation: Your private info accessed
The Contact 5 Investigators uncovered dozens of government workers caught abusing a statewide computer system to look up private information.
Woman locked out of apartment she still rents
A West Palm Beach woman says she was evicted without notice after the property she lived in was sold at a tax sale. The Consumer Watchdog…
Debate over cash vs credit prices
Palm Beach County Commissioners are scheduled to vote Tuesday on a proposal to regulate how gas prices are advertised. But a potential deal…
Will your insurance company pay after disaster?
Will your insurance company pay the claim when disaster strikes? the Consumer Watchdog shows you how to research your carrier.
Restaurants with unpaid fines & expired license
A Consumer Watchdog investigation gets action. We reveal restaurants who are open for business with an expired food license.
"One Ring" phone scam getting worse
John Matarese warns about the "One-Ring" scam
The hidden fees with low cost airlines
John Matarese shows one downside of flying a discount airline
Auto insurers may now begin tracking you
John Matarese reports on the next "big brother" gadget from insurers
Chipotle free meal coupon: Real or hoax?
John Matarese checks into a viral coupon for free Chipotle burritos