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Holidays are a time to relax and enjoy your time with family and friends. It's also a time where criminals are desperate and try to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. Thanks to law enforcement agencies across the country, here are a few helpful tips they recommend on how to guard yourself and your family from would be thieves this holiday season.* During the holidays thefts go up. Delivered packages being stolen is one of the biggest problems. Some criminals follow delivery trucks.* Please have someone home for the delivery or make other arrangements. Consider mailing packages to your office to avoid theft of items left at your doorstep.* Don't share your holiday plans, especially on social media.* Don't show off your gifts on social media or display them in front of a window at your home.* A stack
By Byron Acohido, USA TODAYWal-Mart (WMT) hopes to reboot the retail market for computers Sunday by selling beefy laptops for less than you'd pay for a pint-size Netbook.The retail giant is stepping up its campaign to become a more prominent PC retailer, a move that could accelerate a broader trend toward lower computer prices. "Other retailers will be watching closely to see if they need to respond by dropping prices for comparable products," says David Daoud, IDC tech industry researcher. "It could potentially trigger a price war."Wal-Mart recently renovated PC displays in 1,200 of its 3,600 stores to make them easier to navigate — more like Best Buy (BBY) than, well, Wal-Mart. It plans to refurbish more stores, broaden product selection and do a series of rock-bottom-pricing promotions."We