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Showing posts with label Technology. Show all posts

February 25, 2018

Calculate Linux 17.12.2 MATE Install & Review

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Calculate Linux Logo  
Derek Taylor — the man behind Distro Tube, installs and reviews, Calculate Linux 17.12.2 MATE.

Checking Out Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Daily Build

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Ubuntu Logo 
Dave — the man behind Linux & Other Stuff, reviews the daily build of Ubuntu 18.04.

Where Should I Put My Wi-Fi Router?

Netgear Wireless Router
Netgear Wireless Router
(Photo credit: Pixabay)  
If you want to improve your wireless internet signal, we've got a few things to keep in mind.

USB Mic Week: Audio-Technica-ATR-2100-USB Review

Audio-Technica-ATR-2100-USB
Audio-Technica-ATR-2100-USB
(Photo credit: Amazon) 
Mike Delguadio — the host of Booth Junkie, reviews the Audio-Technica-ATR-2100-USB microphone.

February 24, 2018

2018 VAIO S Review — The 1 Kg Ultrabook With Horsepower And Ports

VAIO S
VAIO S
(Photo credit: https://us.vaio.com/vaio-s) 
In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the 2018 VAIO S.

Privacy In A Post-Privacy Age

Andrew Keen And Leo Laporte
Andrew Keen and Leo Laporte 
Leo Laporte talks to Andrew Keen about how nations such as Estonia and Singapore are dealing with privacy and identity online in an attempt to solve problems such as trolling.

iOS Boot Code Leak

Steve Gibson
Steve Gibson  
iPhone's iBoot Source Code leaks onto GitHub. Interns to blame.

February 23, 2018

USB Mic Week: Apogee MiC 96K

Apogee MiC 96K
Apogee MiC 96K
(Photo credit: Amazon)  
Mike Delguadio — the host of Booth Junkie, reviews the Apogee MiC 96K.

February 22, 2018

I Am Pleased With Manjaro Linux

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Manjaro Linux Logo 
On Wednesday 7th February, 2018, I made the conscious decision to switch to Manjaro Linux (I chose their Xfce Edition, because I knew how to customise the Xfce desktop environment to my liking and also because of the fact, that it runs really fast on my computer).

Deepin 15.5 — App Panel And Final Thoughts

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Deepin Logo  
Rob Collins — the man behind Linux Quest, shares his final thoughts on the Deepin 15.5's app panel.

USB Mic Week: M-Audio Uber

M-Audio Uber
M-Audio
(Photo credit: Amazon)  
Mike Delguadio — the creator of Booth Junkie, reviews the M-Audio Uber.

Liquid Metal Laptop Cooling — 20C Lower!

Linus Sebastian
Linus Sebastian 
Can the lower temps of liquid metal be worth the chance of bricking your laptop?

Google AI Can Predict Heart Attacks By Scanning Your Eye

Leo Laporte
Leo Laporte  
Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Joan Donovan, and Kevin Tofel talk about AI developed by Google that can predict heart attacks by scanning your eye.

February 21, 2018

Nothing Is Secure And We Are All Doomed

Bryan Lunduke
Bryan Lunduke  
Bryan Lunduke — the host of The Lunduke Show, genuinely believes that nothing is secure.

A Quick Glance At Kali Linux

Kali Linux
Kali Linux
(Photo credit: Facebook) 
Derek Taylor — the man behind Distro Tube, gives us a quick look at Kali Linux.

Is Linux Right For This? (Ask Noah 50)

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Ask Noah Logo 
Noah J. Chelliah — the host of Ask Noah, talks about apps and other Linux-rated things.

Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver Daily Build

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Ubuntu Logo 
Tom Murosky — the host of Switched To Linux, reviews the daily build of Ubuntu 18.04.

USB Mic Week: Blue Yeti Pro

Mike Delguadio
Mike Delguadio 
Mike Delguadio — the host of Booth Junkie, talks about the Blue Yeti Pro.

February 20, 2018

2018 Dell XPS 13 9370 Review

2018 Dell XPS 13 9370
2018 Dell XPS 13 9370
(Photo credit: Amazon)  
In this episode of Mobile Tech Review, Lisa Gade reviews the 2018 Dell XPS 13 9370.

The Best Budget Gaming Laptop Period

Acer Aspire 5
Acer Apire 5
(Photo credit: Amazon)  
Austin Evans — a man who truly knows technology from the inside out, reviews the Acer Aspire 5.

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