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

February 19, 2017

Top Ten Hidden Android Features

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Android is the most popular smartphone operating system, but most people are not aware of all the features it is capable of.

The Truth About Munich Ditching Linux

The City of Munich
The City of Munich
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The City of Munich is considering ditching their custom Linux system LiMux for Microsoft Windows 10 in Government offices.

This Powerful Technology May Be The Only Way To Explore Venus

Dr. Ian O'Neill
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NASA engineers have finally developed new technology to land on Venus' extremely hazardous environment!

Samsung Chrombook Plus Review

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On The New Screen Savers show, Leo Laporte reviews the new Samsung Chromebook Plus convertible touch laptop.

Looking At Android-x86 Linux Distro

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Tom, the creator of Switched To Linux, explores the Android-x86 Linux distro; he even tells us what he thinks about it.

2017 HP Spectre x360 15" Review

Lisa Gade
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In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the 2017 HP Spectre x360 Windows 10 Ultrabook/Convertible with a 15.6” 4K display, NVIDIA 940MX dedicated graphics, and the 2.7 GHz Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake dual core i7-7500U CPU. The 4.4 lb. (2 kg) 2-in-1 is one of the few big screen laptops with 360 degree hinges and an active digitizer pen in the box (N-Trig like Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book).

Extending Wi-Fi Through The House

Leo Laporte
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Cody is looking for the right solution to improve the Wi-Fi in a multi-story house; Leo Laporte, the host of The Tech Guy! helps him out by providing a workable solution.

February 18, 2017

Dell Inspiron 15 7567 Gaming Laptop

Lisa Gade
A screenshot of Lisa Gade  
In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the early 2017 edition of the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming laptop, model 7567 with Intel Kaby Lake 7th generation CPUs and NVIDIA Pascal 10 series graphics.

February 17, 2017

How To Choose A Linux Distro: Stop Thinking!

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Linux Background
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Luke Smith, a vlogger and a lover of Linux, gives sensible advice on choosing a distro of Linux; which is basically going with one that fits well with what you do on your computer and sticking with it.

February 16, 2017

Checking In On The Debian Testing Version

The Debian Logo
The Debian Logo
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Debian is starting to work on release candidates for the next version of Debian (final release date still not announced).

Don't Buy The LG Watch Sport

Leo Laporte
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In this This Week In Google, Leo Laporte reviews the giant, uncomfortable, too-much-crammed-into-one-watch LG Watch Sport.

February 15, 2017

LibreOffice — History, Cloud And Mobile

Bryan Lunduke
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In this episode of The Lunduke Hour, Bryan Lunduke talks to Italo Vignoli about LibreOffice.

Linux Mint 18.1 Followup: Linux Mint Xapps

Linux Mint 18.1
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Joe Collins, a Linux enthusiast gives us a rundown of Linux 18.1 (Serena).

February 14, 2017

Asus ROG Strix GL553VE Review

Lisa Gade
A screenshot of Lisa Gade 
In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the Asus ROG Strix GL553V, the company’s midrange 15.6” gaming laptop with the 7th gen Intel Kaby Lake Core i7-7700HQ 2.8 GHz CPU and NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti dedicated graphics.

Xfce Showdown! Linux Mint Versus Linux Lite

Tom
A screenshot of Tom 
This video compares and contrasts Linux Mint 18.1 Xfce and Linux Light Xfce. Tom, the host of Switched To Linux, will look at themes, software, download size, and system resources.

Scam Alert: Uber Can Take Your Money Without You Knowing

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Uber
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Thio Joe has used Uber for years with no problems, but he recently had an experience that deeply shook his trust in them, and he wanted to warn you about it. He is not sure if it was truly a one-time glitch, or something that happens regularly, but all he knows is that it can happen.

10 Ways Technology Is Killing You

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In an era where the laptop is king, many people spend more time glued to a TV screen than talking to family members and nobody leaves home without a cell phone.

February 13, 2017

Arch Linux Package Management: What You Need To Know

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The Arch Linux Logo
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Josh Rosso, a YouTuber who is well-versed in the area of technology, shares with us: Arch Linux Package Management: What You Need To Know.

Twitter's New Anti-Harassment Tools

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Twitter Icon
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Twitter's growth was less than 2.5% of Facebook's last quarter. How much of that was due to Twitter's harassment problem?

February 12, 2017

Linux Mint 18.1 KDE — Should You Upgrade?

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The Linux Mint 18.1 Logo 
A YouTuber that goes by the sobriquet, Big Daddy, takes a look at the KDE edition of Linux Mint 18.1.

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