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Tech News Digest for June 9, 2017

With all the craziness around the globe in the last week, some big announcements from Apple didn’t get as much attention as in the past. Were they impressive enough? Give their new products a look and decide for yourself. Cars, game consoles, new Windows features flying cars and more are …

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Scorkl Allows You To Breathe Underwater With Total Freedom

Since I’ll be within 100 yards of the sea in less than a week, I’ve been more interested in ways to explore underwater recently. Back in April I wrote AirBuddy Tankless Dive Gear For Portable Scuba Diving. Their Kickstarter campaign has now ended and they raised more than twice their …

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Tech News Digest for June 2, 2017

There was a lot of convfefe in the news this week. Thankfully there was also a lot of more interesting news in the world of technology. Click on the headlines below to get the full story. Android creator Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone looks stunning and will cost $699 Steve Ballmer: …

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Tech News Digest for May 26, 2017

Star Wars came out 40 years ago? Really? Wow, I feel old. iPhone 8, Sprint and T-Mobile, AT&T and short GoT episodes. Yes, a lot of phone-related news again this week. A new drone, sandwich definitions, Mister Rogers cardigans and much more are covered in this weeks news. Click the …

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Scale Live Contours

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There’s a way to do it! Group the Contour and your shape/text together first. Then start scaling! Special Thanks to Ronny Axelsson from Sweden for this interesting tip. Watch the video:

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Tech News Digest for May 19, 2017

This week was absolutely dominated by the WannaCry ransomware attack. If you are on Windows XP, PLEASE upgrade now! If you don’t have really good anti-virus software, PLEASE get the awesome ZoneAlarm Extreme Security Suite. And for those who aren’t backing up their computers at least weekly, get with it …

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Three Webcams To Consider For Video Calls

Last week I wrote about the Echo Show and one of its big new features is making video calls. Of course the ability to make video calls isn’t unique to the Echo Show and is not even that new. I’ve been making video calls through Skype for nearly a decade. …

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eCut Designer Toolkit Updated to Support CorelDRAW X3-2017

The popular eCut Designer Toolkit for CorelDRAW has been updated to add support for CorelDRAW 2017. While the name indicates eCut can be used for a variety of cutting functions, it also has quite a few other functions. I encourage you to read some previous posts that described those functions …

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Protect Yourself from Dangerous WannaCry Ransomware

One of the worst Ransomware infections is going on right now. Please prepare yourself so that your data isn’t taken hostage. If you haven’t heard about it, read about this widespread form of malware. While the initial malware has been slowed, new variants are still out there running wild. How …

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Tech News Digest for May 12, 2017

Getting the Tech News out last week was stressful with my computer not working. Now it is working well and I tried to find a little bit extra for this week’s edition. There is food, both chicken nuggets and tomatoes. You’ll find competing home automation speakers. Windows needs to die, …

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Echo Show Adds Screen to Popular Amazon Device

I first saw Amazon’s Alexa device almost exactly two years ago. Now the family of devices uses the Echo name and there is a new member in the family. Thanks to the FTC, I have to tell you that I do earn a pitiful little commission if you order using …

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Tech News Digest for May 5, 2017

Feliz Cinco de Mayo! This week’s edition of Tech News has fewer headlines than normal. I installed the latest Windows Updates and now my primary computer won’t boot. So I’ve had to spend time getting it running again. Thankfully the data is all safe. Enjoy the headlines below and I’ll …

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Asus 32 Inch 4K ProArt Monitor

Having a fast computer is great. But I find that many users allocate the majority of their budget to the computer and the monitor is more of an afterthought. The strange thing is that a really good monitor can easily outlast a computer. As an example, I invested in a …

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