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Tech News Digest for November 18, 2016

Maybe it is the holidays that brings out all the tech news, but it has been a busy week. The folks at Corel wanted me to remind everyone of their Black Friday deals which are already in place. Click the graphic at right to see all the offers. Beyond that, …

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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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Filter Forge 6 Releasing Soon and Fully 64-Bit

I got an e-mail recently from the folks who make Filter Forge. They made me a deal I couldn’t refuse. If I would write a few words about the upcoming Filter Forge 6, they would give me an upgrade for free. There were no criteria about what to write, just …

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CorelDRAW Menus, Windows 10, 32 vs 64-Bit

If you can somehow get CorelDRAW X5 or earlier running on Windows 10, the menus will be white on white. You have to hover over a menu to see the text. I received a message from a user of CorelDRAW X6 who said this was happening. There isn’t a giant …

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Tech News Digest for November 11, 2016

I don’t think tech was the biggest news of the week. But we’re here to talk the biggest tech headlines of the week. Wanna bake some cookies? Yup, got that covered. More news on what Samsung may do next. Snakes on a Plane was a movie, right? Well, it happened. …

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GoodSync Updated to v10, Loaded With New Features

Loyal readers know that I am a huge fan of the GoodSync utility. I purchased a copy and used it regularly before I ever said anything about it. It is still used nightly to make sure I have a full backup of my data. Yes, I have affiliate links below …

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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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What New Do We Have to Offer for CorelDRAW?

I am asked quite often when I am going to write a book on CorelDRAW X7 or X8. The answer is always the same, I have written my last book on CorelDRAW. For those who want a detailed answer, please read One Door is Closing, Another to Be Opened post …

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New Collection of Misc Seamless Textures for Your Designs

Want to fill areas of your artwork with some awesome new patterns? We’ve got a great new collection of 144 different miscellaneous seamless textures that can be added to any design you desire with just a few clicks. This collection didn’t easily fit in a single category so you’ll find …

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Black Friday 2016 Deals on System Mechanic

Looking for a way to keep your computer running well while also saving big? The folks at iolo provided us with their Black Friday specials and you don’t have to wait until Black Friday to take advantage. Each of the offers is listed below. Yes, you get a big savings …

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Tech News Digest for November 4, 2016

I was interested into digging deeper into the GoPro Karma until I saw the absolutely brutal comparison below. Smartwatches are dead, or are they? What about fitness trackers? Another titan of tech journalism is gone. Black Friday deals are starting to arrive, below are Amazon and Dell items. There is …

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Who Controls Your Online Properties?

Recently I met with a local business in hopes of helping them with their Web site or other online content. While they were interested in having my help, there was nothing I could do because a former friend had taken their accounts hostage. First I mentioned that the domain name …

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Chloe the Pirate Makes Television Debut

It was a Sunday afternoon in late August and I was going to see a favorite band of mine, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, play a show in Prescott, AZ. I heard that the television studio at AZTV was undergoing a makeover and I snuck in to get a look …

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Corel’s 2016 Holiday Savings Begins

Corel dropped us a note and said that they have already started discounting products for the holidays, some up to 40%. Below are banners for some of their most popular products. Click on the banner to see the current savings. Yes, we do receive a small commission if you purchase …

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Tech News Digest for October 28, 2016

Consider this a Halloween treat, I’ve got far more news stories this week than normal. Some are purely fun, some are informational and others talk about new products. Click on any of the headlines below to read the full story. Why Does Google’s Pixel Phone Have Glass On The Back? …

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Did Your Devices Hack the Internet?

There was a major attack on the Internet last Friday and it brought many major sites to their knees. The attack came from compromised devices, but it wasn’t computers or mobile phones. Instead it was security cameras and other “Internet of things” devices like refrigerators. Anything that connects to the …

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The 2017 Editions of Quicken Have Arrived

I wish I could tell you when I first started using Quicken to manage my personal finances. If I had to guess it was in the early 90s. While I am a long-time user, I do not purchase upgrades every single year. Typically I buy an upgrade every 2nd or …

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Tech News Digest for October 21, 2016

The news about Samsung’s faulty Note 7 continues and a new contender from Google becomes a potential replacement. Technology to make mobile devices far faster could be in the works. Are gigs good for the economy? Are tablets bad for football? What is the perfect dish to eat while watching …

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