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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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9-Port 60 Watts USB 3.0 Hub with 2 Smart Charging Ports

I remember back to when I got my first USB device, it seemed like a couple of USB ports on a computer were plenty. Now I’m not so sure there are ever enough ports. USB has also gone through various versions with each new one providing additional speed. Today I’ve …

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Newest Amazon Echo Dot Has Small Size and Small Price

A little over a year ago, I wrote a post entitled Amazon Echo Responds to Your Commands about a new device. It was a big success for Amazon, but the price maybe too high for the masses. Now they have released the Amazon Echo Dot (2nd generation) that delivers many …

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Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

Last week’s announcement made it official, Apple has killed the headphone jack on the iPhone 7. Of course they also released their own crazy expensive, easy to lose headphones. Today I present a better choice that works with all modern smartphones. Even better, it costs far less than Apple’s offering. …

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Regular and Rechargeable Batteries to Keep Your Devices Running

We all have a need for batteries. And it always seems like the more you need one, the less likely you are to have one readily available. The smoke alarm goes off in the middle of the night and you need a battery to shut it up. Your portable phone …

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Canon Releasing New EOS 5D Mark IV Digital SLR

I’ve talked about various cameras in the last few months. Some were very low end and a couple were nice consumer cameras. Today’s camera is on the high end and it comes with a price tag to match. But if you are looking for a top of the line digital …

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Get Video and Photos From Tight Spaces With Endoscope

I love my digital cameras and I sometimes try to use them to take photos in a tight spot. Need a serial number off the back of something? I take a photo rather than trying to crawl behind it and try to read the tiny numbers. But there are some …

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