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    Hope everyone will be doing well on their ends. I am Harris, a new member on the forum. I have join the forum for informational purposes. Welcome me!!
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    A common question I am asked by young Padawans is how do they get involved in the technology field and how do they grow in their field. One of the fastest growing technology industries is the networking side of IT. Networking is a specific skill that few people can learn and want to be involved...
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    It was three years ago that I reviewed the original BlackVue DR600GW-HD in-car dash camera. It was an interesting time, because when I wrote that review dash cameras were really beginning to pick up in popularity. The proof of concept for a dash camera is easily explained. In the United...
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    One of the more difficult fields of Information Technology is networking. There are hundreds of different terms, configurations, devices, and resources that you need to understand before even getting a handle on networking as a whole. Yet, it’s funny to think that every single one of us has had...
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    With Pandora recently announcing that they will be revamping their Pandora One subscription, I felt it was time to upgrade my free edition of Pandora to the paid version. Now, being a subscription based user, I have hours and hours of advertisement-free music to listen to, but that doesn’t do me...
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    On October 4, Google took to the stage for millions of watchers to announce some new and upcoming changes to their brand. Known for their superior search engine and Android operating system, Google showed us that software isn’t all they can do. As a software company, Google has pioneered well...
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    Welcome to the 2016 Recommended Build Guide Custom Intel and AMD PC Builds Outstanding Quality, Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Value   For those interested in building their own computer, please visit our 2016 Build Guide containing Intel and AMD builds...
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    During June and October of 2014, Noctua released their two largest air CPU coolers to the PC market. With massive heatsinks, large copper piping, and two 120mm fans to push air, it seemed at the time that these two new coolers were the big daddy of CPU cooling. Designated NH-D15 and NH-C14 ...
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    The year is 2015, yet we’re still using printers in our daily lives, but let’s face it, we need them for many uses, particularly their fax functionality. If printers and all-in-one devices are here to stay, the best we can do is innovate them to be some of the best printers available. Remove...
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    Back in 2012, Samsung reported that throughout the year they had sold 107.5 million smartphones, making the technology giant the world’s largest cellphone manufacturer. In a market that has consistently grown over the years, research shows that by the end of 2013, 1.4 billion people had been...
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    I can’t help but chuckle when I hear a person inform me that they’ve just purchased a new Beats headset and then go on with how well the sound is reproduced. For almost a year now I have been reviewing all sorts of different sound equipment, anything from full desktop speaker systems, to...
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    We all know the frustration that comes with plugging in a USB device. It seems that no matter how hard we try, the first plug-in attempt is always wrong. This year at CES, the producers behind USB are making a strong effort to simplify this small, useful device. Dubbed USB Type-C or USB 3.1...
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    Although many of us in the United States are surrounded by our family today and getting ready for the ultimate meal of the year, a few of us will wake up early tomorrow for the hunt for the perfect Black Friday deal. For those who live outside the US, Black Friday is the Friday following...
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    With nearly every American owning a Smartphone, manufacturers look for new ways to create income. Smartphone renewals in the US are commonly performed every two years, so keeping up with the latest and greatest technology can be difficult. Tablets are a great way to have a home mobile device...
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    If you're anything like myself, before making a purchase for some types of computer software, you scour the web for reviews, free alternatives, or read through comments to find out if this software will fit your needs. Fairly recently, the popular software-based company, Paragon-Software, has...
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    Take a quick glance at your computer desk lamp and ask yourself how long have you had that lamp? Does it follow the old fashion desk lamp design? Could it be time for an upgrade? How much money have you spent in buying new bulbs? As you read my title, you may start to ask yourself “who would be...
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    As 2014 comes to a slow end, and 2015 bringing us new technology, Microsoft is hard at work on their newest operating system, Windows 9; or at least that’s what we’re calling it for now. It may be safe to say that the days of clever naming schemes of XP and Vista are gone. Over the previous...
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    A few months ago, I had the opportunity to review Kingston’s first attempt of a mobile NAS. Being a Network Attached Storage device, this first generation allowed users to share music, movies, videos, photos, and more across multiple (five) mobile devices simultaneously. First impressions of...
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