Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts

March 24, 2017

Healing IBS Naturally

Stephanie Elizabeth Thompson
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Stephanie Elizabeth Thompson, a beautiful and brilliant-minded vlogger from Canada, shares some tips on healing irritable bowel syndrome naturally.

Chakra Linux 2017.03 Review

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Here we take a deeper look at Chakra Linux. All in all a great distribution with a great community. Chakra is worth a look.

Zesty Zapus Ubuntu 17.04 Beta 2 Is Coming Along

Tom
Tom — the host of "Switched To Linux" 
Ubuntu 17.04 Beta 2 is released.

Should You Get A 4K Television?

Thio Joe
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4K TVs have been out for a couple years now, but until recently, there was very little actual 4K content that could be watched.

Lenovo Ideapad Y900: Old School Because It's Huge!

Patrick Norton
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In this episode of This Week In Computer Hardware, Patrick Norton gives his impressions of Lenovo's large gaming device, the Ideapad Y900 17" laptop.

When A Satellite Goes Missing, What Can We Do?

Trace Dominguez
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Space is big and easy to get lost in. When we lose contact with spacecraft, scientists have some complicated methods to find them again.

Know Your Device And Data Rights

Nathan Olivarez-Giles
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Brian X. Chen from The New York Times explains to Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Megan Morrone how to protect your data, smartphones, laptops, and other gadgets while traveling internationally.

March 23, 2017

Kali Linux Introduction

Kali Linux
Kali Linux
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Introduction to Kali Linux, a popular penetration testing Linux distribution.

What's New In Android O?

Leo Laporte
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Background limits, notification channels, autofill APIs, font resources in XML — what does it all mean?

Unbelievable Recent WikiLeaks Revelations

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From remote vehicle control, to the crazy ways the CIA can listen to you; These are Unbelievable Recent Wikileaks Revelations!

How The Russians Hacked Yahoo

Steve Gibson
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The FBI has indicted four men — three Russians and one Canadian — with charges of hacking Yahoo, starting back in early 2014, to obtain access to half a billion Yahoo accounts.

March 22, 2017

15" Samsung Notebook 9 (2017) Review

Lisa Gade
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In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the bigger of Samsung’s two Notebook 9 super-light Ultrabooks for 2017.

Sexier, Stronger And Smarter Super Humans May Appear In 12 Years

Mike Chen
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As most of us already know, technology is slowly taking over everything, and according to Ray Kurzweil, there is a good chance that we could become part robotic super humans in the next 12 years.

KDE Connect — Connect To Your Android Phone In Linux

KDE Connect
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Looking at KDE Connect, an application to connect and share data with your Android mobile / tablet over WiFi.

March 21, 2017

This Is Why Colin Smith Returned His New MacBook Pro

Colin Smith
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Colin Smith, the founder of Photoshop CAFE, tells us the reason why he returned his new MacBook Pro and he also tells us what he thinks is wrong with Apple.

Judge Gives Police An Entire Town's Google Searches

Leo Laporte
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Police in Edina, MN asked a judge to force Google to release searches from the entire town that relate to an ongoing investigation into wire fraud. The judge has agreed, possibly setting a disturbing precedent.

Is Your CPU Spying On You?

Thio Joe
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Have you ever heard of Intel Management Engine, or AMD's Platform Security Processor? These are both hardware technologies built right into Intel and AMD CPUs that have full access to the entire system, but we don't really know anything about them.

Smart Assistants Are All So Dumb

Nathan Olivarez-Giles
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In this episode of Tech News Today, Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Megan Morrone talk about Bixby, the new assistant that will be included in the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Identify The Cause Of Battery Drain On iOS And Android

Leo Laporte
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In this episode of The Tech Guy, Leo Laporte shows how to identify the cause of battery drain on iOS and Android devices.

March 20, 2017

2017 LG Gram Review

Lisa Gade
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In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the 2017 LG Gram 14, so named because it weighs just under 1 kilogram.

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