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AKASO Action Camera Low-Cost Alternative to GoPro

I love GoPro cameras, but I’ve not yet been able to justify the cost to get one for myself. I wrote about their most recent release in GoPro HERO5 Adds Touch Screen, Native Water Resistance. As part of that post, I mentioned getting a chance to spend time (underwater) with …

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Let J&N Computer Services Build Computer For You

Each Wednesday, I suggest some sort of electronic gadget with many of them being a computer component or something useful with a computer. That can include motherboards, processors, memory, hard drives and other parts. Some of you are comfortable buying the parts and building a computer yourself. I’m guessing the …

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Increase Phone Battery Life With Power Bank

Many of us are dependent on our mobile devices, both phones and tablets. They are constantly getting more and more powerful. More power requires more batteries and often they fail us if we use them extensively without having an opportunity to recharge. If only there was a magical way to …

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Syma Drone Provides Reasonably Priced Option

There are some amazing drones available for shooting photos and video. Most of them come with a price that makes them a serious investment. I know I’d love to have one, but it is hard to actually order one because of the cost. Today, I have a very reasonable priced …

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Adapters for USB-C Ports

It seems very common that when Apple releases new hardware, they often make changes that require adapters and dongles. That is certainly the case with the latest editions of the Macbook which doesn’t even allow you to plug in the latest iPhone. You must get adapters. This is mostly a …

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Card Reader Makes Transfer of Data From CF, SD and Micro SD Easy

With more and more photos being taken on phones, the need to pull data off of CF, SD and Micro SD cards may be declining. I still have a need and the card reader I have used for years was no longer functioning. So I did some shopping for a …

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GoPro HERO5 Adds Touch Screen, Native Water Resistance

When I took a vacation on the beach last summer, a friend allowed me to borrow a GoPro camera. It was my first hands-on experience with the camera and I had a lot of fun shooting underwater shots of fish and other critters. Now a new version of the action …

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25 Foot Long HDMI Cable Can Come in Handy

When I go somewhere to speak to an audience, it is often like a Cracker Jack box. I just never know what “prize” I’m going to get. Or in many cases, a surprise! Yes, I’ll be including links to products on Amazon for which I receive a small commission. No …

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Roku Streaming Stick Brings Favorite Services to TV

My loyal readers have probably heard more than they want about my love of the Jayhawks. Most of their basketball games are on a cable television channel. Six games a season are on one of the ESPN streaming channels each year unless you live near the college campus. I’ve typically …

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New FTC Rules Require Disclosure of Affiliate Relationships

No matter what business you conduct in what location in the world, there are always government rules that can get in the way dictate how you do business. Recently the Federal Trade Commission modified their rules above how those of us who talk about products must disclose relationships. As with …

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