Make online retailers pay taxes in their home states — no matter where their customers live


To the editor: Your print headline, “Online buyers must pay taxes,” should have read, “Online sellers must pay taxes.” (“Make online retailers collect taxes,” editorial, April 19)

Think about it: If I’m on vacation in Arizona and buy something there, I pay Arizona sales tax, not the sales tax of…


Anthony Hopkins is a treasure and we’re lucky to have him on Twitter


Legendary actor Anthony Hopkins is good at Twitter.

He may have as much reach as Patrick Stewart, whose 3 million plus followers dwarf Hopkins’ 190,000. But he’ll get there if he keeps posting oddities like the one he shared on Sunday.

Most of you have probably encountered the idiom “dance like no one is watching” at some point or another. That’s what Hopkins is doing here, but everyone is watching because it’s up on Twitter.

This is what happens when you’re all work and no

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AT&T’s cheap monthly streaming service is for cord-cutters who don’t care about sports


If you like the idea of cable but don’t care about sports, AT&T’s upcoming streaming service might be for you.

The company will soon launch a new $15/month subscription meant to appeal to cord-cutters who don’t need sports channels. The service will also be free for AT&T’s wireless customers who have an unlimited data plan.

Called “AT&T Watch,” the new service was revealed by CEO Randall Stephenson Thursday during testimony in AT&T’s antitrust trial.

According to CNN, Watch will include a selection of cable channels and is meant to “encourage mobile TV viewing.” It’s not known how many channels are part of the package, but AT&T’s decision to omit sports is what allows it to price the bundle at just $15 a month — far lower than even the most basic cable packages. Read more…

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How to See All the Apps That Have Access to Your Google Info


Over the past few weeks, there’s been a huge focus on paying attention to the apps you have connected to your Facebook account. While that’s certainly a great idea, you should ignore another large company that you’re also probably handing over a lot of your personal info to as well: Google.

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake Will “Exceed The Original”, According To Square Enix


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