Flyin’ Ryan, Tell Me What to Buy!
By: Doug Simmons - 23 August 2015 - 1 Comment

I spotted an RC helicopter on Newegg and figured teaching my infant how to crash a helicopter would be a good father-son activity, you know? And it was. But my sweet lil’ baby was

Holy mAh Batman; Has Microsoft Finally Figured Out How to Conserve Battery Power
By: Jim Szymanski - 22 August 2015 - 1 Comment

Not sure exactly when it happened, but most recently all of my battery powered Windows 10 devices are enjoying peaceful sleep in their respective bags. After installing Windows 10, they all experienced some quick

Gotta Learn Python
By: Doug Simmons - 13 August 2015 - 0 Comments

The coolest things are programmed in Python, Python is in high demand on the job websites, Python's capabilities are relatively universal and the consensus is that it's the easiest language to cram. I gotta

Will Microsoft Fix Windows 10 Mail?
By: Jim Szymanski - 09 August 2015 - 1 Comment

It’s been 12 days since the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest attempt to satisfy the masses with a modern, touch friendly OS. It’s also been more than six months since millions of users,

Brother MFC-J6920DW: A Lot of Printer for the Price
By: Jim Szymanski - 07 August 2015 - 0 Comments

About a year ago in an effort to reduce costs, my small business employer decided to trade in the lease on our brute Canon Office Copier/Printer. It did all the things you would expect

Ten Things I Like (and a few I don’t) About Windows 10
By: Jim Szymanski - 02 August 2015 - Comments Off on Ten Things I Like (and a few I don’t) About Windows 10

Like most of the tech savvy world, I have been rocking with Windows 10 since early morning of July 29th. Well actually, much longer than that with the Windows Developer Preview. But until just

Newegg Only
By: Doug Simmons - 01 August 2015 - Comments Off on Newegg Only

After a long clip of consumer celibacy, I decided to hit up Newegg and splurge and drop a grand on the mother of all monitors, even though I’m already living beyond my means, according to

Reach Out And Touch Your Windows
By: Jim Szymanski - 26 July 2015 - Comments Off on Reach Out And Touch Your Windows

I don’t recall what year it was, maybe 2003 or 2004, but I remember watching a video of Bill Gates giving a keynote address at some event. Without the aid of props or Power

By: Danny Dodge - 19 July 2015 - Comments Off on When should I upgrade my phone?

In the world of mobile and computing, the next big thing is always right around the corner. As soon as you buy something, or sign a contract, something bigger and better this way comes. It

Is Coding Camp a Good Thing? Answer: Not to Me
By: Dr. Jim Taylor - 07 July 2015 - 1 Comment

One of the booming trends in the ‘youth-achievement-industrial complex’ is computer coding camps (and after-school coding programs). Here is an article in which I was interviewed that discusses this new, and to me troubling,