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Old Smartphones Still Full of Value

Loyal readers will remember in the Charge Your Smartphone or Tablet Wirelessly With QI Wireless Charger post I mentioned that a new smartphone was on order. My new phone has been in my hands for a week now and I’m loving it. What does someone do with their old smartphone? …

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Yealink W52P Cordless Handsets Great VOIP Choice

Yealink 52p Cordless Handset

Loyal readers know I’ve been very happy with our switch to RingCentral about eighteen months ago. Most recently I wrote about this switch in RingCentral Provides Much More Than Savings on Phone Service. In our case, we are using regular cordless phones that are plugged into adapter boxes so that …

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Charge Your Smartphone or Tablet Wirelessly With Choe Qi Wireless Charger

I last updated my smartphone a full three years ago. My HTC Evo 4G LTE has served me very well in that time. Since that update, screens and memory have gotten bigger and processors have added speed. So I’ve pre-ordered the Samsung Galaxy S6 and I’m excited for its arrival …

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SanDisk Extreme Pro 480GB SSD Drive

I’ve written many times in the past about the benefits of an SSD drive. Moving data to and from a mechanical drive is one of the biggest slowdowns on most computers. Using an SSD drive speeds up the process dramatically and can make your whole computer faster. If speed is …

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Asus Strix GTX 960 Delivers Bang For Fewer Bucks and Watts

Last week I told you a Giant Philips 4K Monitor Delivers Massive Bang For The Buck. As part of that post, I told you that you’d need a video card with Display port 1.2 and enough power to push all those pixels around. The suggestion was the EVGA GeForce GTX …

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Giant Philips 4K Monitor Delivers Massive Bang For The Buck

When you interact with a desktop computer, the monitor determines just how much you can see. One measure of size is the diagonal measurement in inches and the Philips 4065 UC measures in at 40 inches. Yea, it’s that big. Another way to measure the size is the number of …

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Install Cloud In Your Office With WD My Cloud NAS

When most of us think about “the cloud,” we think about computer storage that is far away in some secret bunker. We might also have some security concerns because our data is out there in this unknown location. Will it get lost? Will it get stolen or leaked? Loyal readers …

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Portable My Passport Drive Makes Backup Easy

It always baffles me when I get yet another e-mail stating “my computer crashed and I lost…” It is so much easier to backup your computer than it was even a couple of years ago. Those e-mails just tell me the person didn’t care enough about their data to make …

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NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router Delivers Speed

If you are looking for a bargain basement WiFi Router then this post is probably not for you. Instead I’m going to tell you about one of the biggest baddest routers on the market and you’ll have to pay a bit more for that power. Just looking at the picture …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Packs More Power and Bigger Screen

A little over a year ago, I got the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet as described in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Android Tablet post. In the electronics world, a lot can change in a year’s time. Strangely Samsung has not released an updated version of the “Note” …

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