Monday, January 09, 2017

The 4 Kinds Of Chinese Tech Firms That Dominated CES 2017





As I read this post, I started thinking why couldn't America start building up some great companies right here in the USA to compete on the global electronics stage? I thought we were going in this direction 8 years ago, when the talk was all about 'change'. What changed? Not a whole lot really.

Maybe we'll see some improvements going forward, with the promise of making 'America Great Again!

Read the article from Forbes by clicking the link below:

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Thursday, December 01, 2016

4 ways to block political posts on Facebook | PCWorld





If you were really annoyed at some people's Facebook posts during the election, you're not alone.

Everyone has their own opinion, but when you get deluged with things you don't really want to read or see on a daily basis in your Facebook feed, what's a person to do?

Read on in this PCWorld article, don't hit that 'unfriend' button just yet!



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Monday, November 07, 2016

Samsung sales, profits dive on Note 7 recall | PCWorld



Exploding products in 2016, what's wrong with Samsung and why didn't they have proper testing of the devices they sold in 2016?


Surely this was the worst product of the year for tech. Did Samsung suffer in it's overall appeal with consumers in the USA? This was a very serious defect that led to fires and put people's lives at risk. There didn't seem to be much done about it in government circles though...


Read on as profits dive, and deservedly so for Samsung:


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Wednesday, October 05, 2016

The Best Programs to Learn to Code for 2016 | PCMag.com



Coding is tedious and exacting work, the end result can be beautiful though, is coding in your future?



You want to contribute to the online society, but where do you start? You could go to your local community college in the US and get some coding education, but that may be an expensive way to start out. Maybe you should explore the online offerings to get your feet wet first and see if coding is for you.


Here's a neat story about online coding programs which you can use to further your education on coding:

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Monday, June 20, 2016

You can now use Siri to search YouTube on your Apple TV





You can now use Siri to search YouTube on your Apple TV:







This sounds like something that should have happened a long time ago. But, now, at last, you can now browse through the YouTube listings with Siri to search YouTube results.



Welcome to 2016, Apple!




Sunday, March 20, 2016

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Microsoft will bypass carriers, push Windows 10 updates directly to phones | PCWorld

Microsoft will bypass carriers, push Windows 10 updates directly to phones | PCWorld:




In a move that is similar to Google's Nexus android products, Microsoft will push updates to mobile phones and devices.

Check out this article for more information. Click the link on the top line of this post!







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Friday, May 15, 2015

Chromecast gets four more TV network apps; here's what it still needs

Chromecast gets four more TV network apps; here's what it still needs:









If you're like me, you appreciate the use of Chromecast. It's small and wireless and allows you to watch content that is streamed right from Android phones, tablets or PC's.



Chromecast just got better by adding some more high quality apps that you can use with it.



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Sunday, May 10, 2015

It's official: Windows 10 will not be free for pirates | PCWorld

It's official: Windows 10 will not be free for pirates | PCWorld:











Why would pirates get a free ride on Windows 10? News has just come out that indeed pirated copies of Windows 10 will not be free at all.



A watermark will be created on the offending machine, and other small feature reductions may be in place despite the product still be updated. The moral of the story is pirated copies of Windows still isn't an attractive alternative.







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