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Tech News Digest for August 18, 2017

Do you remember where you were the last time there was a solar eclipse? I remember it exactly and I can’t wait for Monday to see the next one. I’ve included some photo and viewing tips. There are also some very interesting maps. Hate filled the last few days and …

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Good Keyboard For a Low Price

My hands are on a keyboard for long stretches of every day. I still love to use a Microsoft ergonomic keyboard that must be at least ten years old. Other users prefer a very compact keyboard so I thought I’d feature one today. I have not received anything for writing …

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Unleashed Has Earned Google Partner Status

It was a long process and one that will be ongoing, but I’m excited to announce that Unleashed has earned Google Partner status. I’ve included a clickable badge below (it may not function or appear if you are reading via email) and then I’ll describe the process involved. At this …

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Tech News Digest for August 11, 2017

Horses love watermelon, parrots love dirt and beer is a better pain reliever than Tylenol. Those are just some of the stories featured this week. In addition to those interesting headlines, you’ll find all the latest in tech. Click on the headlines below to read the full stories and get …

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Spice Things Up With Some Tajin

I’m taking a break from talking about electronics this week for something a little spicier. When I’m spending time in Mexico, I love the local cuisine. Yes, I love spicy food. While there, I learned about a spice mix named Tajin and I thought I’d share it with you. Yes, …

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Tech News Digest for August 4, 2017

There was a lot of news this week and that included a lot of important stories in the world of tech. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Instagram, Apple and Samsung are all in there. So are avacados and flame throwers! That’s just the start so go over all the headlines below and …

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Your Own Private Cloud Server With Massive Storage

We’ve used a NAS drive in our office as mass network storage for more than a decade. I wrote about the most recent device in the Asustor Network Attached Storage with 2, 4 and 10 Drive Bays post a couple of years ago. Since that was written, new models have …

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Are Too Many Fonts Causing Windows or CorelDRAW Crashes?

I recently heard from a longtime reader about fonts. It is certainly a topic we’ve discussed on many occasions and overall they have their font library in good control. I’ll include their message to many first and then my answer. Note that I’ve made very minor edits to their message …

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Tech News Digest for July 28, 2017

Thanks to dog sitting and a full work calendar, I’ve been so exhausted to really absorb everything that’s in the news this week. I’m certainly jumping for joy knowing that Flash will finally die. You’ll find links to a lot of the other news of the week along with some …

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New Intel Chip Offers Ten Cores and Twenty Threads

We first got CPUs with two cores and even ways to split those cores into two threads each. Then we got quad core chips that could run eight concurrent threads. That has been the high-end of the mainstream for quite some time. Sure, there was a chip here and there …

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Tech News Digest for July 21, 2017

I’m sure some of you look at the first headline listed in each Tech News blog and you’re done. Today, I can completely understand it. But I encourage you to scan the entire list of headlines as there is important news as well as interesting factoids included. I’ve even included …

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Amazon Fire Tablets Provide Inexpensive Option

While I was in Mexico, I read several books. Most of my reading these days happens on a tablet rather than a typical printed book. Why? It allows me to bring a large library with me so that I have choices of what to read. I have a full-featured Samsung …

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Recovering From Hard Drive Failure

My month in Mexico was almost over and major failure interrupted the trip home. Not just a flat tire, but one that was completely destroyed. Not what you want to happen when it is 105 degrees and you in the middle of the desert more than fifty miles from the …

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People Love Us on Yelp

We were notified a whole month ago by the folks at Yelp that we had been awarded “People Love Up on Yelp” for 2017. Of course we were thrilled to get such an award and it largely stems from the great reviews we’ve received from customers. We also understand that …

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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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