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Compare Credit Cards with

Credit Card Chaser is a new site of mine that provides innovative tools for consumers to compare credit cards in order to find the best choice based on their spending habits. In addition, Credit Card Chaser offers a set of calculators that enable people to see which cash back credit cards are the best, find out how long it would take to pay down certain debts, calculate a balance transfer, and more.

If you’re in the market for a credit card, check out to compare cards and find the best one for you.

How to open Adobe CS Photoshop, InDesign in OS X Mavericks - quick fix

Guide to getting Adobe Photoshop to open in OS X Mavericks (and InDesign)

iPhone Could Not Be Activated: iOS 7 Developer Accounts Expired

This happened to me over the weekend. I had iOS 7 Beta 6 loaded on my iPhone 5, and Apple decided to expire the developer’s license. Fortunately I found this fix.

'Alien Bugs' Discovered In Earth's Atmosphere

MyRatePlan Launches Bank Accounts Comparison Tool

MyRatePlan recently launched its newest vertical: a way to compare bank accounts against one another including fees, minimum deposits, interest rates, customer reviews, and more.

We partnered with BankRate in order to bring users 100% up-to-date banking information so that they can make the best choices for themselves.

Users can compare bank accounts here:

Google vs. Death |

MyRatePlan Launches All-New Credit Card Comparison Tool

I wanted to announce that MyRatePlan launched a brand-new credit card comparison tool built from the ground up. Users can compare credit cards across tons of different categories and customize the search to fit your credit and spending habits. The tool also lets you visualize savings and earnings by using one card over another. You can check it out here:

I’ve also embedded the Facebook post below:

OK, Glass: I Can't Walk, So Help Me Explore

Yet another use case for Google Glass. Can’t wait to get a pair.

Exclusive: How Google Will Use Balloons to Deliver Internet to the Hinterlands

Google is working towards providing Internet access to the entire world via solar-powered balloons.

Scientists Develop Invisibility 'Time Cloak' to Hide Data

We’ve heard of invisibility cloaks, but scientists now claim to have developed a time cloak, that completely eliminates an event from history.