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iXCC Dual USB Fast Travel Charger

We all have devices that are charged via a USB cable. These devices never last as long as we would like on a single charge. Even when we plug in the device to charge, it never seems to charge fast enough. Loyal readers know I’m a big fan of having …

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Speed Up Your Graphics and Run at 4K with Gigabyte GTX 970

I’ve talked many times about the importance of a good graphics card. Cards are often promoted for gamers, but they are also a key piece of hardware for anymore working with digital graphics. As monitors have moved to 4K resolutions, you need more power to push that huge numbers of …

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USB Cables For Most Phones, Tablets and More

A realtor friend was holding an open house in my neighborhood last weekend and she has various Apple products. She mentioned needing more USB connector cables as some had gotten lost or broken or both. I’m a huge fan of having plenty of charging cables. I’ve always got at least …

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New Wacom Intuos Tablets Give Designers Creativity

Loyal readers know that I believe all designers should have a graphics tablet as an input device. I wrote Everyone Should Have a Wacom Tablet, Here Are The Two Best Options last fall giving the reasons and two great options. Just to clarify, we aren’t tablet about tablets running iOS …

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QNAP TVS-871 NAS Stores Terabytes of Data Safely

We’ve been using a NAS (Network Attached Storage) drive in our office for quite a few years. It is a great backup device since any single drive can completely fail and there will be no data loss. Just replace the bad drive and the data will be rebuilt. If you …

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TP-LINK 5-Port Gigabit Switch Allows More Devices to Connect to the Network

Last week I told you about the Google OnHub WiFi Router. There is a lot to like about it and it was so popular that the presale on Amazon sold out of its initial stock. There is one feature that is missing for me and that is because it only …

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Google OnHub WiFi Router and Smart Home Hub

You may have heard that Google changed the company name to Alphabet. You’ll find CEO Larry Page’s explanation for the change on the G is for Google blog post. In short, there are many smaller companies that make up the new Alphabet of which Google is one piece. This is …

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Netgear N600 WiFi Router Good Value Choice

From time-to-time, I’m asked to do some minor IT tech support for a local company. Typically it involves a client having troubles connecting to the Internet and I’m asked to get them connected. I had just such a call this week and had to set up a Netgear N600 WiFi …

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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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