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Guest post: What is BYOD and does your small business need it?

Today’s guest post comes from frequent contributor Nick Rojas: What Is BYOD and Does Your Small Business Need It? As technology steadily advances, the line

December 07, 2017 Editorials
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An idea to make most tech theft useless

I’d been at home since Wednesday of last week with a 2yo while my wife and 4yo went off to visit family and friends so

November 28, 2017 Editorials
Knowing is half the battle 0

It’s blackout Wednesday / Tankedsgiving – please UBER or Lyft it

Hey gang, drunk driving is bad mmmkay, and today/tomorrow happen to be one of the biggest days for traffic fatalities related to it. Friends coming

November 22, 2017 Editorials
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About 14 months on the CPAP

While I had little intention of revisiting this yet, in the past month and a half I had two people I know lose otherwise healthy

November 01, 2017 Editorials
Essential phone 0

Guest post: Overrated screen enlargement

Today’s guest post comes from Daniel Dur, edited only for formatting. The overrated screen enlargement¬† – 16:9 to 18:9 I was a fan of wide

November 01, 2017 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
WiFi icon 0

Severe near universal WiFi flaw might make you want a VPN – wait

You may have heard about the WPA2 authentication flaw that allows attackers to intercept and decode anything on your private network. If not, ARS Technica

October 17, 2017 Editorials
Galaxy Note 3 0

Taking my HTC 10 in for repair – advice?

At about 30% battery left things get odd on my HTC 10. I start seeing streaks as I’m taking video, I get errors that my

September 12, 2017 Editorials
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The reviewer’s bias – keeping the audience or connections

Word of warning, this is a rant. A rant of a somehow entitled person, who isn’t affected by any real troubles in life (I’d love

September 12, 2017 Editorials
Broken Glass 0

A quick DIY tale of failure

At my work we’ve got a variety of cameras and things that we generally don’t need to access. The cameras record to an FTP server

September 08, 2017 Editorials, Pocketables
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90 minutes, then Verizon’s @VZWSupport muted me, No, Still no service!

90 minutes with Verizon Wireless (VZW) Tech Support and they tell me to drive to a closed store!

September 03, 2017 Editorials, Pocketables, Rant, Verizon
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