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    How many flash drives would you say you lose in a year? One? Three? Five? If you answered one or more, how important was the data on the drive? With personal identification security an ever increasing issue, we should all be taking action to make sure that our information doesn’t fall into the...
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    Two years ago Google saw an opportunity to purchase a somewhat dwindling company as part of a plan to expand their hardware division of computing. In 2012 Google confirmed that they had purchased Motorola Mobility for $13 billion. With the company struggling to take market share from Samsung and...
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    Advanced Micro Devices has taken the challenge of impressing the world with its very first ARM processor. Competing against Intel, in the desktop and laptop markets, and now Samsung/QUALCOMM, in the processor market, AMD is looking to expand its CPU line into smartphones and tablets. So far so...
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    As we leave our desktops and laptops behind, more and more of us are moving to mobile devices. By having mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and smart watches, we find ourselves looking for yet another wall charger to power them. Fortunately, almost every mobile device now uses the...
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    The German car manufacturer has geared up and announced that they will be partnering with the tech giant Google. An all new Android-power in-car infotainment system is what Audi has its sights on, and new Audi cars that will come fully equipped with Android Cellphone connectivity. Approaching...
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    To kick off their CES presence, graphics card manufacturer, NVidia, has created a new type of mobile graphics chip so advanced “you’ll think extraterrestrial life was behind [it]”. Known as the 192-core Tegra K1, the new type of GPU incorporates NVidia’s Kepler software which is what currently...
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    ChromeOS, Google’s first attempt at a rival operating system against Microsoft's Windows and and Apple's OS X. The ChomeOS is a light weight, Linux based, operating system that does one thing: it runs Chrome; yes Chrome, the web browser. Set to create budget friendly netbooks and laptops, the...
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    As a new year dawns, so does new technology. Seagate, a world leader in hard drive manufacturing, has just announced what they have in store for us at the 2014 CES stage, a new type of hard drive. Designed with a silver-plated hard drive in a sphere shape, Seagate’s new drive may change the way...
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    Over the past week I have been reviewing a Wicked Lasers EVO Laser rated at a minimum of 50mWs. Provided by Wicked Lasers themselves, the EVO laser is the world’s first customizable laser that you can actually control via your Android device, iOS device or PC. Throughout my review I will be...
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    On a CNet Top 5 “Outdated technology” episode, earlier this year, the broadcaster stated that on his top 5 list of soon-to-be-outdated technology, the home printer will become a thing of the past. Currently a staple for any home office, the home printer is a product that I don’t see as a thing...
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    With USB connectors being the standard on almost every PC, flash drive, mobile device, etc., the group behind the USB connector stated on Wednesday that the newest USB Type-C connector is scheduled for a mid-2014 release. The Type-C specification is built from the previous USB 2.0 and USB 3.0...
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    I have done reviews in the past of the RAVPower KnightRider and HooToo HT-TM01 , and while they both made good external battery packs for long term travelers, each one lacked a key element; the ease of portability. Over the past few weeks, I have been reviewing the newest edition to...
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    As technology advances, we gain the ability to pack high capacity storage into smaller and smaller devices. With desktop hard drives reaching an outstanding 3TB of storage space, it’s hard to remember the days of worrying whether or not you could fill up a 500GB hard drive. One thing that...
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    Monday, LG officially unveiled their newest flagship smartphone, the LG G Flex. Following the unveiling of Samsung’s Galaxy Round two weeks ago, the G Flex is a curved smartphone that has the opposite design from the Galaxy Round, curving from top to bottom instead of from the side to side...
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    When building a new PC we all want the same thing; the largest monitor we can get. The monitor is one of the most essential components of any computer, as it’s what we watch videos on, play PC games on, and it’s how we interact with our PCs. Not to be confused with the HP Pavilion laptop, today...
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    With the usual extreme predictability of Apple’s events, Apple sent out an invitation this week announcing their October 22nd iPad event. With the release of the new iPhone 5s only a month ago, Apple has followed the pattern of an iPhone release in September and iPad release in October. The...
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    With LG in talks about creating a curved Smartphone for November, Samsung has taken it to the next step by unveiling the 5.7inch display Galaxy Round. Far from a circular design, the new smartphone has rounded sides and takes advantage of Samsung’s new Full HD Super Flexible AMOLD display that...
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    We have all had it happen, one of our electronic devices can’t maintain a normal day’s worth of battery power. If you’re a traveler that wishes to watch a movie on your tablet during your long flight but still need power to finish up your meetings for that day, this product may be for you. Today...
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    Please note that this is no longer the newest version of the TSF Build Guide. The newest 2014 edition can be found here ! The following builds, however, are still functional, high quality, and high performance builds. These can be used if you wish to save even more money. Welcome to...
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    This tutorial is based on my knowledge of configuring a Netgear Dual Band router connected to a Cable Modem. Also, the SSIDs and pass-phrases on the images are fictitious. Note: The Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) using the push button dome on the router won't be included in this tutorial as this...
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