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Businesses using YouTube too

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videoEvery minute, fifteen hours of video is uploaded onto You Tube. Although much of the video is for pure entertainment, companies are starting to create YouTube videos to promote business. Full story...
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Get your business found easily on the web

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videoEver wonder why certain websites pop up at the top of a Google search? It's no accident. There are a few ways a business can get to the top of a search list. Full story...
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No better time than the present to recycle that old cell phone

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videoDo you have an old cell phone lying around you no longer need? If so, this is the week to do something about it. That’s right… it is National Cell Phone Recycling Week. Full story...
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Group protests Titan Cement at Monday meeting

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A large group gathered to protest the proposed Titan America cement plant in Castle Hayne before Monday’s NHC Commissioners meeting. Full story...
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The more eco-friendly TV has arrived

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videoTelevisions are going green. Samsung has come out with a new eco-friendly flat screen that could take a bite out of your electricity bill. Full story...
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WWAY goes social and joins Twitter

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Now, you can keep up with the latest news and happenings going on in the area. Just go to Twitter and sign up. You can find us on Twitter at WWAY. Full story...
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Computer worm seems to have been avoided

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videoSo far there is no proof Conficker has caused any computer problems, but that doesn't mean we're in the clear. Experts say millions of PC’s could be infected but not show any signs. Full story...
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Conficker: an April fool's joke or hazardous computer worm?

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No one's sure if it's an April fool's joke or a genuine threat, nonetheless, security experts are racing against the clock to try to stop an alleged computer worm from potentially infecting millions of computers. Full story...
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Online tips from the iDesk

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There are plenty of scams to go around on the internet, so how do you know if an online ad or e-mail is legitimate? Plus, how can you find a physician you trust, and how you can follow the state government. Full story...
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Computer worm could infect millions

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Security experts are racing against time to try to stop a computer worm from infecting millions of computers. The worm is supposed to strike on April first. The worm is called “Conficker C" and it could be one of the most damaging computer attacks we've seen in years. Full story...
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Monitoring your kids' internet surfing

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videoWhen it comes to surfing the internet, it's no secret many kids can run circles around their parents. So how do you know what your children are looking at online? Full story...
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Sexting a growing trend, but not locally

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videoThe typical sexting scenario involves a young couple who sends nude photos to each other as a special gift. But once they break up, those pictures can be used as leverage for revenge. Full story...
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Being proactive can save your kids from the dangers of sexting

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If teens get caught with these nude pictures, the charges can be devastating. They could face child pornography charges, a felony, and possibly have to register as a sex offender. Full story...
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Sexting awareness

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videoYesterday, we introduced sexting, which is the act of sending nude or partially nude photos via cell phone. Teens may not realize they could face child pornography or sex offender charges if they get caught sexting. Full story...
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Sexting is an issue parents should become aware of

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videoParents, you may want to take a closer look at your kids' cell phones. Sexting is the act of sending nude or partially nude, pictures through cell phones. And it is becoming more prevalent among teens. Full story...
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