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Who’s At The Door? Ring Video Doorbell Alerts You

Someone rings your doorbell and you weren’t expecting anyone? Who is it? You’ll have to answer the door to find out. What if you aren’t home and a bad guy is ready to break in if you don’t answer? That’s where the Ring Video Doorbell comes to the rescue! You …

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Amazon Echo Responds to Your Commands

A couple of months ago I was at a graduation party at a friend’s house. They had this black cylinder on the counter and they were telling it what music to play. I’d never seen such a thing so I looked it up when I got home. At that point, …

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Got Old Floppies? Sabrent USB Drive to the Rescue

Recently I was working with someone who used the Hire the Geek service to perform various tasks on their computer. One of those questions involved reading data off a pile of old 3.5″ floppy disks. Most of us do not have a drive that can read these floppy disks any …

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GoPro HERO4 Session Even Smaller and Lighter Action Camera

GoPro cameras are one of the most popular choices for getting still and video footage of action. Now there is an even smaller version of the popular cameras in the GoPro HERO 4 Session even though previous iterations were already fairly small. Below are photos of the new camera from …

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Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

It is easy to assume that all keyboards are more or less the same. That assumption turns sour fast when you start typing for any length of time. Space, sensitivity, even the sound, factors that may not appear to mean much take on new significance when you type often. Although …

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Logitech Wireless Mouse Valuable Pointing Accessory

Loyal readers know that I believe Everyone Should Have a Wacom Tablet. Even if a tablet is your primary pointing device, it is always good to have a mouse as a backup. On each of my computers, I have a Logitech Wireless Mouse attached. You simply plug a small receiver …

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Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X Takes Video Performance To Next Level

Most of the time when I tell you about a piece of computer hardware, I try to find a good balance between power and price. Today I’m going to talk about a video card that is at the very high end of the market and it comes with a price …

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Crucial BX100 1TB SSD Provides Space At Good Cost

Now that SSD drives have been on the market for several years, the capacity is increasing and the prices are decreasing. The Crucial BX100 1TB drive is not the fastest available, but it provides a lot of storage space and currently sells for under $380 on Amazon. If you are …

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Sprint LivePro: A Projector for All Seasons?

At some point we have all attended a meeting where the projector didn’t work for this reason or that. Sprint’s LivePro may not end all projector technical disasters, but it certainly is well equipped to make sure you have enough options so that failure is not one of them. Billed …

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Get Better WiFi Coverage With NETGEAR WiFi Range Extender

If you are surfing the Web on a smartphone, tablet or laptop near your WiFi router, you likely get a strong signal. Move a bit farther away from the router and the connection will get weaker. It isn’t uncommon that there is a location in your home or office that …

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