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November 24, 2017

Firefox Quantum Versus Chrome: The Real Results

Firefox Quantum And Google Chrome
Firefox Quantum and Google Chrome  
Dave Bennett, an American vlogger and a technology enthusiast, gives Firefox Quantum and Google Chrome a test to see which one is better and faster.

Microsoft Surface Book 2 Review

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Surface Book 2
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In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the 15” Microsoft Surface Book 2, with a significantly faster graphics card and CPU than the previous version.

This Is How Dave Configured The Xfce Panel — Plus Custom Chrome Panel Look

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Xfce Logo  
Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, shows us how he configured the Xfce panel to his liking and he also shares with us his custom chrome panel look.

openSUSE Tumbleweed A.K.A Hungry Hippo

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Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, tells us what he thinks of openSUSE Tumbleweed.

November 23, 2017

How To Make Linux Hate You

Bryan Lunduke
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Do you like Linux? Does it like you? Probably. Let's change that.

LXLE 16.04.3 Install And Review

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The YouTube channel shows us how to install LXLE 16.04.3 and as an added bonus, we get a review on this very impressive distro of Linux.

eXtern OS Beta — Windows 10 Style Linux Distro

eXtern OS
eXtern OS
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Chris Were — the creator of Quids Up, gives us a quick look at the beta version of eXtern OS.

Surface Book 2 Loses Charge Even When Plugged In While Gaming

Surface Book 2
Surface Book 2
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If you have a Surface Book 2 and like gaming, you may have noticed a strange thing: even if the laptop is plugged in, CPU-intensive tasks like gaming will drain the battery.

Razer Phone Review — Who Is It For?

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Razer Phone
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Dave Lee — the man behind Dave 2 D, reviews the Razer Phone.

HTTPS Does Not Always Mean A Site Is Genuine

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HTTPS
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Daily Mail recently published an article on how to stay safe at Christmas where they stated “Look out for the padlock symbol and ‘https’ in the address bar on retailers’ websites”.

Checking Out LXLE 16.04.3

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Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, reviews LXLE 16.04.3.

November 22, 2017

Checking Out openSUSE Tumbleweed Xfce

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Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, reviews openSUSE Tumbleweed with the Xfce desktop environment.

Amazon Key Cameras Can Be Hacked Via Wi-Fi

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Amazon's new system to allow in-house deliveries has a flaw that could allow unscrupulous delivery people to freeze your camera and enter your home undetected.

Chakra Linux First Impression Install And Review

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On the YouTube channel, Distro Tube, we get to learn about Chakra Linux.

Most People Don't Even Realize What's Coming

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Internet Of Things
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The folks over at Truthstream Media, explores the topic of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

November 21, 2017

Thoughts About Our Information Diet, RSS And Other Types Of Information Feeds

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Chris Were — the creator of Chris Were Digital, shares his perspective RSS and other types of information feeds.

Top 5 Reasons You Need A VPN!

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A VPN is a great tool not just for privacy, but also security.

MX Linux 17 Custom Build

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Dave — the man behind Linux & Other Stuff, shared his custom built version of MX 17 Beta 2 with us.

November 20, 2017

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