Is it Time to Upgrade Your TV?

Tempted to splash out on a new TV, even though the one you have if perfectly functional? You’re not alone. New TV models are released every year, each promising more features and a better viewing experience than both its predecessors and its competitors. With many of these ‘bigger and better’ TVs being priced lower than ever, the temptation is powerful. […]

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Tech Software Changing The Face of Business

For small businesses, software is the best way to make the most of the latest innovations in technology and ensure that they can run their business in the most up to date way. However, some tech is smarter than others, and some software applications are changing the way that entrepreneurs do business. From design tools to the Cloud, software is […]

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6 Ways Technology Has Changed Home Security

Protecting your home takes effort, but technology takes the hard work out of security monitoring. New developments in security capabilities and camera technology have made it easier and cheaper than ever before to use video surveillance to protect what’s yours. Here are some of the ways that technology has changed home security. Wire-Free Installation Modern home security systems do not […]

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Hey Netflix, profile management needs some work.

Netflix’s authorization model, generously applied here, is rubbish. Frankly, there’s no other way to say that. Content levels are applied to profiles, which are freely selectable on EVERY device. Yes, I can set a GLOBAL parental control PIN for the account, but that’s a broken way to manage access. Can we please have profile based authentication? I would love to […]

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Visualizing workout data

I’ve been looking for a better way to visualize the workout metrics produced from my bicycling computer than the tiny graphs that Strava provides, but I didn’t find anything that quite suited my requirements. So, I built something, and would love it if I could get some help testing it out. Usage is simple, drop the files (GPX, TCX, FIT) […]

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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Battery Fire

I always wondered about posts and videos reporting laptop and cell phone battery fires. I do not have to any longer. My husband has a Dell Inspiron 15 7000. He closed the lid on it Thursday night and left it on the couch. The laptop goes to sleep and everything is good. Friday morning the laptop started smoking. This is what […]

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Movies (Almost) Anywhere

I remember clearly when the first UltraViolet (UV) titles launched. I had followed the development of the UV content ecosystem over several years and was excited to finally be able to start building a digital locker where I would be able to access my entire library in the cloud without the hassle of disc based backup to burned discs or […]

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