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Surface Book: The 2 in 1 That Should Replace Your Laptop

  …and maybe your tablet. Back in early October I was pretty happy with my Yoga 2. It basically met all my needs; good processor, reasonable battery life, nice keyboard and screen. But when I...

Thanks…….for nothing, Dell

In preparation for the arrival of Windows 10 in July, I dropped $1,050 on two touch monitors for my home and office desktop PCs. A comfortable 23” for home and a beautiful 27” for...

A new state of affairs for mobile.

This is the first time that all three platforms have an amazing and worthwhile flagship out at once. Apple have sucked since the iPhone 4s, but the 6S plus is a monster; that huge screen,...

drone vs cute neighbor’s car

Last night I piloted my new mini quadcopter out my backdoor and beyond my deck. That's when I lost reception, and she plummeted forty feet. Normally that would be no big deal, this sucker is...

Cooking For Geeks 2nd Edition Released

If you need a birthday present idea or being a Geek, you want to learn more about cooking and what we eat then check out the second edition of Cooking for Geeks. The second...

Mimo is trustworthy

I am obsessed with Nest and found a remote baby breathing monitor thing made by Mimobaby.com and, fascinated with the technology, I bought it instead of another quadcopter. In order for it to sense...

Reviewers can be real dumb asses sometimes… (MobilityLeaks)

Today I decided it was time to get a new carry case for the new toy arriving on Monday. I have been using this old Samsonite case (see below) to tote around my laptops,...

Smartwatches Making Consumers Say “Meh”?

Well even thought the writing has tapered off we are still talking tech behind the scenes and the thought now to bring you guys something new and fresh is to reestablish our connection...

Fitbit Trackers Hacked in ’10 seconds’ but Fitbit sayz No Drama

So yesterday we started talking about Fitbit Trackers and how they could be hacked in 10 seconds. Wearable technology has taken no time to be exploited and hacked. “Fitbit responded and said this...

Google Announces YouTube “Red” Subscription Service

Viewing free media content involves viewing ads, period. Nothing in life is free…yadda yadda yadda. Such is the case with YouTube that I spend loads of time on. The publishers of content get...