Robert McGarvey is a veteran technology reporter. He covers mobile payments and banking for "Credit Union Times," files regularly at Mainstreet.com, and has written for publications ranging from "The New York Times" and "Wired" to "Harvard Business Review."
4 Ways Business Travel Has Transformed for the Millennial Generation
Business travel is much different from how it was in 1980 or even 2000, becoming rapidly more pleasurable and personal.
The Year of the Smart Credit Card - More Security and Safety Come to Plastic
Computer chips, location tracking, biometrics and more with credit cards in 2015.
How to Cut Your Monthly Cellphone Bill to $10 or Less (Maybe Even Free)
Low-cost Wi-Fi calling is gaining fans among the frugal.
Are Nutritional Supplements Scams - Or Just What You Need to Rev Your Personal Motor?
The New York Attorney General claims many supplements are junk. Let the argument begin.
Grading the Inflight WiFi Connections: Is There Enough Value for Money?
Frequent fliers grumble ever more loudly about slow speeds. Is it time to sign off?
Hackers for Hire: The 2015 Way to Snoop on Lovers, Even Scores, Even Erase Government Records
Websites offering hacking for hire proliferate, but buyer beware.
The Secret of the Stealth Job Hunt in 2015: Covert Action Wins Out
Some employers are punishing job hunters with termination just for looking. Here's how to stay off the radar.
Tip Creep: Why We Are Tipping Ever More Nowadays and How to Stop Doing It
From high tech slates to tip jars, there are ever more ways to part us from our money.
Fitness Wearables Device Alert: Your Readings May Not Be Accurate
Counts vary wildly from device to device and that confuses users
Pivotal Living Life Tracker: A Fitness Wearable for the Really Frugal
A $15 device - but there may also be reasons not to buy.
6 Key Questions to Ask at Hotel Check In to Snare the Room You Want
Road warriors share the questions they always ask
The 10 Best Cities for Millennial Renters - And the Five Worst
Washington DC may be calling you - and the Bronx may be pushing you out, per this survey.
10 Hotel Hacks that Will Save you Money, Get You Upgrades on the Road
Road warriors know there secrets for smoother travel. Here they spill their hotel secrets.
Are We a Nation of Financial Slackers? A Survey Says We Don't Take Even the Easy Steps
A survey found that many of us resist doing the obvious to better our financial well-being
The Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Personal Data in an Era of Epidemic Hacking
From Sony to Chase, the hacks multiply. Here's how to stay safe.
The Planet's Ten Most Ethical - and Delightful - Travel Destinations
Ethical Traveler names the good guys where you can travel without shame.
Did the Waiter Spit In Your Soup? University Researchers Know What Really Happens in Eateries
Texas researchers asked waitstaff for their revenge stories - and they spilled the stomach-turning truth
United's MileagePlus, American's AAdvantage Loyalty Programs Have Been Hacked
Know the steps you need to take now to protect yourself.
7 Smart Steps to Stay Relevant -- and Safer - with Your Money in 2015
Join the digital banking revolution. You have nothing to lose but paper checks and stamps.
The Top Five Reasons to Never Eat at a Hotel or Resort Restaurant
Eat like the locals. Save money, eat better, experience the place.