6/24/22

Electrical Outlet holes

Here is the real truth why there are holes in your electrical outlets. Now you are going to be surprised on the real answer to this life long mystery.

Now this is something to think about. 

6/23/22

Apple AI find

 Now the platform can be used for deaf and hard hearing community, this opens the door to a lot more functions that they can add in the future for the disabled community.

Cannot wait to see what new features will come out next. 

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6/22/22

Telsa Heatwave Help

It looks like Telsa owners in Texas are trying to alert drivers to conserve power during heatwave and here is what some users are seeing from their Telsa when they are trying to charge their vehicles.

It looks like this might be a standard policy for Telsa going forward, so do not be surprised when you see these notifications. 

6/21/22

Hotel in Space

This is going to be very interesting and I can see this going global with discount pricing year long. Can you imagine taking a two week vacation in the Marriot four star space station.

Cannot wait to see what going to be included in these packages. 

6/20/22

Home Network Troubleshooting

Having trouble with your home network, then here are some great tips on how to troubleshoot your home internet problems.

Most of the times these simple tricks will get you up and running again. 

6/19/22

Restore Contact on an iPhone

Here is the easy steps to restore lost or deleted contacts on your iPhone. You do not know how easy is this to do until you get into a situation in which you need to restore your contacts.

6/18/22

Google Russia seized

This was expected and you can expect other companies to fall into the iron curtain seizure since the recent war with Ukraine. 

In retaliation, Google plans to still offer free services to Russia and hopefully that will play a key components to talks in the future. 


6/17/22

Stop using IE

A few weeks ago IE 11 was retired and if you are still using it instead of edge you should stop using the browser immediately.

If you do not change, lets just say that you will be very vulnerable to spam, email and all sorts of exploits.

6/16/22

Coinbase Pay

Here is the easiest way to purchase or transfer crypto and hopefully other exchanges will adapt as well to make is simple for everyone to do.

Adaptation is the key for crypto to integrate. 

6/15/22

The Flying Saucer of the 50s

Here is an interesting article of the Flying Saucer of the 1950s, I would not be surprised that this was the spaceship that everyone was talking about during that time period.

Unfortunately, the project failed because it never could live up to it's potential. 


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6/14/22

Incognito Myth

Going incognito has its uses but here is a great myth that some users still do not want to accept, which is regardless of how you use the browser it does not completely erase all sites that you visited. 

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6/13/22

Retrieve Deleted Texts on iPhone

Here is some resourceful information on how to retrieve deleted text messages from your iPhone. This is very useful as long as you do not exceed you iCloud backup storage limits.

6/12/22

Keychain Password

Unsure what the Keychain password is on an Apple computer, here is some resourceful information on how to find it and make changes to it when necessary.

You never know when this information is going to be useful, so why not start now.

6/11/22

One Outlook

Microsoft One Outlook email client was just leaked out and may go live at any moment. The software will eventually replace mail and other versions of Outlook.

So get ready for a lighter and simpler next version of Outlook ready to take over the world. 

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6/10/22

Clear Smart Tv Cache

If you are a Samsung user and you are having performance issues, the problem could be resolved by clearing out the cache.

You will be surprised on how a simple cleanup can speed up the performance of the Smart Tv.

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6/9/22

Fix non charging iPhone

Here is some resourceful information on how to get an iPhone to charge when it does not want to charge anymore. 

You will be surprised at how simple it is to get your device to start charging again. 

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6/8/22

WiGL's Back

This wireless charging may be the answer to keeping everything connected. It's a new generation on how to keep devices powered up. 
This could definitely resolve our every day problems and I hope then can keep the project going until the end. This definitely will open door to new things. 

6/7/22

Streaming Services Pirating

It looks like streaming services are at it again raising prices to old cable access prices and it's causing many users to go back to their old ways before they even joined their services.

Regardless of the reasons, these streaming services need to adapt to the consumer market, otherwise they can say goodbye to their current subscribers. 

6/6/22

Play MP3 Files on Google Sheets

Pretty cool tip on how to play MP3 audio using Google Sheets. 

This is a great exercise to get use to creating scripts and button with Google.

Why not give it a try, hey you never know if it could lead you into a life of programming. 

6/5/22

Real Estate Agent Info

The next time before you have a realtor sell your house, do your homework and see how well and how many houses the broker has sold. This is going to give you an idea the time of realtor you are going to rely on to buy or sell your home.

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Go to google.com and type realtors name and at the end put Zillow this will give you the realtor feedback on how many homes they sold and in some cases will tell you the amount of money they made from selling them.

                       ex. Jane Smith Zillow

There are other sites you can use but this should give you a good idea on the persons sales techniques. 

6/4/22

iPhone Features

Here are some cool iPhone features that will change the way you look at Apple. These cool features will come in handy should you want to try them out.

Give it a try, you never know. 

6/3/22

Apple delist App Store apps

Bad news for developers who have not updated their applications. It looks like Apple will delist its apps if they do not keep the app updated in a significant amount of time.

The rule is nothing new for Apple, but just enforcement to have developers keep the app up to date. 

6/2/22

E Link Foldable E-Reader

It looks like this company is trying to change electronic paper display technology and if it succeeds you can expect a new generation of readers to follow suit.
It's long overdue and maybe what they needed to still be a popular must-have item. 

6/1/22

Stock Analysis Software

If you are investing in the market here is a great place to install free stock analysis software on your computer. IT's a great tool to keep track of the sector while you are working.

5/31/22

Fix Zoom Low Resources Problem

It looks like some Zoom users are now facing a low system resource notification when on Zoom calls and here is the simple fix to improve performance.

Now your best bet first is to close some applications to free up the resources and then you can try the following using the link below to resolve the problem.

Lastly if the problems keep on developing the best approach would be to add more RAM to the computer since you just cannot stop applications from consuming additional memory. 

5/30/22

Quantum charging

Renewable energy is making a difference now when charging your electric vehicle. Now with the help of quantum resources charging your car can be as simple has putting gasoline in a car.
As technology advances you will see a dramatic change in electrical car charging as more and more cars adapt to the new EV technology. 

5/29/22

Win 11 info

It looks like Microsoft is placing strict requirements when it comes to Windows 11 operating system. While some users are trying to bypass they are giving a warning that they will not be entitled to receive updates. 

Here is what you loose if you decide to bypass the Windows 11 requirements. 

5/28/22

YouTube PIP via iOS

Youtube Picture in Picture has been slowly being tested on iOS devices and if you are a Youtube premium subscriber you can go and test the new app features.
It's a massive perk and will help you get the most out of its player, let's hope to see this come out of beta soon. 

5/27/22

Starlink for Inflight Wi-Fi

It looks like airlines began testing the Starlink Satellites for Inflight Wi-Fi and if all goes well this could be  a great replacement to keep the world connected where everyone goes. 

5/26/22

Lenovo UEFI Flaw

Lenovo recently published a security vulnerabilities that impacts UEFI on at least 100 laptops. I would patch this update ASAP so that you are not at risk. 


5/25/22

iPhone Disassembler

Apple has been using these Daisy robots for a long time to eliminate decommissioned phones. Here is a closer look on how this is being done with robots. 

Revamped Google TV app

Looks like Google TV is changing it's application and highlights feeds so that movies and shows can easily be searchable and shareable.

Let's wait and see how user's react to the new changes and if it does make a difference. 

5/24/22

Telsa with no charger

Yes this is correct, now Telsa's is no longer including their chargers on their delivery cars. This is now sold separately. Figuring adding now an extra $275 to $400 for device. 

This is now a sure clear sign that manufactures are now getting ready and want you cough the extra bucks so that you can use their products. 


5/23/22

Apple minus the charger gain

Apple recently removed its new charger on its current iPhone and let's just say it just slashed a big bundle of their costs that the company was able to amass more profit than it was imagined.

Who would think that just removing one bulky item, can be a game-changer. 

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5/22/22

Smartphones Weather

Here is an interesting project to collect information all around the world using smartphones so that we can accurately improve weather forecasts.
It's an interesting project and I hope that they call pull enough data to make weather forecasting easier to do. 

5/21/22

Meta Testing Money Tools

It looks like FB is testing digital assets and experiences to create a metaverse. This will be interesting to see how they move ahead in the coming years.
The company has been betting on this for some time and might be in a great position now to change the world we live in already. 


5/20/22

Rokid

Nice cool and very well-put-together AR glasses unfortunately it needs more so that it can easily connect to other devices and be wireless. I am going to keep a close eye on this device and hope that they can offer more for the current price. 


5/19/22

Google Maps New Icons

Google Maps just released new icons when navigating which is traffic lights and stops signs. It's going to make very useful for users to drive with the help of the new icons. 
Not only does it simplify your driving experience, but makes sure you do not miss a turn. 

5/18/22

Microsoft reveals work day changes

Microsoft is noticing that the working day has changed and this is what it discovered. That work from home users have now three peak periods during the day. 

And there is more, so click on the link below to see how everything has dramatically changed when compared to the standard 9am to 5pm work day.  


5/17/22

Hide iOS Apps

Here is a great way to hide applications from your iPhone but not remove them. Unfortunately Apple always include certain applications that cannot be removed. So instead of throwing them into a folder on your phone, why not just hide them. 

5/16/22

Microsoft from '85 to '22

Here is a look back at Microsoft from 1985 all the way until 2022 and how they quickly dominated the world. 

Windows changed the world of computing and might be here longer than many anticipated. 

Let's take a drive back to memory lane. 

5/15/22

Learn USB & Thunderbolt

Need a more understanding of USB & Thunderbolt, here is some resourceful information on the technology standards so that you can easily troubleshoot when problems arise. 

5/14/22

Share iCloud with a Family Member

Want to share your iCloud with a family member, then here are the steps on how to add family members to your plan so that you can all get the most out of iCloud for the entire family. 

5/13/22

Samsung Galaxy Security Shock

It looks like Samsung Galaxy users have a security problem with phone applications. Hackers can now take control of their phone and basically almost do anything on their devices. The bad thing is that the pre-installed apps have an insecure component that allows these flaws to exist so it's going to be a while before anything is done. 

But is not all bad news for all Samsung users, read the link below for more information. 

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5/12/22

Lure Workers Back

Working from home during Covid has change my companies drastically that now it's making it difficult to bring the workforce back from home. One company like Google is now trying to lure their employee's back and this is how they are doing it.

5/11/22

SpreadSheet

Here is a Microsoft  spreadsheet alternative that's trying to compete with Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets. It's definitely different with lots of powerful tools attached to it. You must see it in action in order to appreciate what it can do for you and that's just the beginning. 


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5/10/22

Google Chat Update

Google chat is now allowing users to create group chats known as Spaces and slowly but surely it's starting to resemble like it's competitor Slack.

I just do not know why it's taking them so long to get with the program, while Slack user's continue to grow.

5/9/22

Microsoft Autopatch

Microsoft autopatch is coming in July and this is what you should know. Like Patch Tuesday, autopatch will have feature updates for drivers, firmware and Microsoft 365 apps. So administrators can easily keep computers updated. 

5/8/22

Dealership Marks

This site named Markups.org is helping consumers get the best out of their dollar when purchasing a car. Unfortunately since now things are harder to buy, you want to make sure you get the best deal for your car. Now buying a car should not be difficult and until dealerships are more regulated, purchasing a car is going to be for now still a haggling game. 

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5/7/22

CompTIA certifications

If you are thinking of IT as a career here are some great certifications to build your skills. I would first start with CompTIA A+ and then move up from the direction. 

Now note in the real world getting certified does not land you a specific pay grade, but it does let you stand out from the rest. 

5/6/22

AWS EC2 vs Azure

Here are some pretty good comparisons if you are deciding to go to cloud and just note who currently has the best services. Now AWS has been at this for a while, but Azure is not that far behind.

Now before you pick your provider I would narrow down on the services you are looking for and then decide on who you would rather give your business to. 

Not all cloud providers are the same, but they do give similar services. 

5/5/22

PlayStation Emulators

From time to time you might want to play games on your computer instead of your PlayStation, when doing so here are some great emulators that you help you share that gaming experience. 

5/4/22

FB Unfriended Finder

If you are still using Facebook and from time to time want a simple way to see who unfriended you, you can add this cool Chrome extension to narrow things out. 

But don't take it personal, remember it's just Facebook. 

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5/3/22

Surface Pro Users

If you have a Surface Pro here is some cool interesting games you might want to download just to keep your mind busy when you are doing nothing.

5/2/22

Chrome OS Camera

It looks like a recent Chrome OS update broke some Chromebook camera's. But luckily there is a fix for this and hopefully users will be able to use their cameras again  soon. 

5/1/22

Google Play to Hide OD Apps

It looks like Google Play Store just made a new security update by hiding outdated applications in it's play store for security. The company has been beefing up security for quite some time and this just puts them in a better position to force developers to update their software.

It's a positive move in the right direction and I hope developers fix their bugs quickly so they still can have a presence in their store. 

4/30/22

Stolen or Lost iPhone problem

If you want to repair a stolen or lost iPhone and try to have it repaired at an Apple store, you may be out of luck. Apple is instructed authorized service providers to refuse the repair, so you might have to go elsewhere to fix the device. So beware of the consequences when buying used phones. 

4/29/22

Android Lightning Port

Engineers are now trying to create a lightning Android device. If all goes well this can be the new generation in which electronic devices carry a universal charger for all. 

It's great news to see the unity of devices to a common charging port. Let's hope this is the beginning of many more things to happen in the future. 

4/28/22

Chrome v100

 Google Chrome just recently reached version 100 and I must admit the browser keeps on getting better and better. Let's hope that they can keep it going and continue their success on keeping everyone safe and connected when surfing online.

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4/27/22

UPS eQuad Electric Bikes

UPS is testing some electric quad bikes for delivery service. The mini UPS truck makes it easier for drivers to navigate through streets, narrow alleys, and congested areas. 
They are not that fast and hold small packages but it will make it easier for drivers to carry packages to their destinations where now their trucks cannot get through.

4/26/22

IPv4 vs IPv6

When comparing the two protocols you always wonder which was faster, now here is an easy explanation of the two different technologies and why IPv6 can be slower than IPv4.

4/25/22

Google Drones Take Off

Google is testing low-frequency robots for commercial deliveries such as Amazon, Walmart, and Google and if all goes as planned you can be seeing services across the country. 

I am excited about the rollout and to see how this will revolutionize delivery services. 

4/24/22

iPad Battery Pull tabs

It looks like Apple is now making the iPad easier to repair by putting in iPad battery pull tabs. Now if you had repaired old iPads the adhesive was stronger, now it will be easier to do that DYI users can do it themselves on this new version. This is a plus for Apple to encourage self-service repairs.

4/23/22

Tiffany & Co April Fools Joke

It looks like this year Tiffany got everyone on April Fools Day with their cryptocurrency and what everyone thought was fake was actually very real. Say hello to the TiffCoin.

Now let's see how fast user's are going to swallow up these coins before their gone. 

4/22/22

Kommoda e-bike

E-bikes are ruling the world and this is a very powerful bike similar to having a scooter. If you are in the market for an electric bike, this is an nice option. But bear in mind that getting an e-bike can be dangerous, and always weigh your options before purchasing one.

4/21/22

Apple 9 inch foldable

It looks like Apple is currently testing a 9 inch foldable iPhone but it's not any time soon expected. As per the article it looks like the company is putting it's priorities on large and medium devices before it goes to it's small devices. 

I think this is a pretty foolish move while Android continues to gain market share. It's a move like this that could just could kill Apple all together. 

Apple should learn from Motorola's past rise and fall. 


4/20/22

Apple IT SMB Package

 Apple has recently introduced a beta package for small businesses to manage their devices. The package helps push pre-configured packages to employees similar to Jamf.

It's beyond me what took them so long to offer these services to companies. 

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4/19/22

iOS 15.4.1 Fix

It looks like Apple again patched its zero-day exploits with its iOS and if you are an Apple user make sure you read this information before updating. 

I would also google Forbes iOS update should you update as well to see if users are having problems with the update. 

4/18/22

Nike Fake NFTs

It looks like Nike is taking legal action to go after users who are making fake NFTs without their permission. And if they succeed this will be the first NFT regulation on trademarks. 

4/17/22

Land for Metaverse

It sort of sounds crazy but buying land as the new applications are created will eventually be very profitable to new users who just want a place in the Metaverse. 

Imagine everyone getting together and doing a meeting, playing games, or socializing in a virtual world. 

4/16/22

Kaspersky Risk

It's long known that this cybersecurity firm was a risk and now it's clear where the FCC stands with the company. I guess with the recent war and current restrictions now was a great time to publish this. 

4/15/22

Night Vision Dashcam

This camera is a lifesaver for night driving, now I would love to see this technology added by the car manufacturers to make night driving easier to do. It's the little things like this that can make a difference for defensive driving. 





4/14/22

Hyundai's Solar car roof

This new solar car roof is going to help EV discharges in the future on power consumption. Not only is it going to help the car save on electricity but as technology advances maybe eventually add some more miles to our current car. Let's wait and see to what the future holds for EV vechicles. 


4/13/22

Florida DMV License

Florida soon will be will enable their mobile drivers license and you can if you want download the application to your mobile phone so when it becomes available you will be ahead of the game.

4/12/22

iOS 15.4 Battery Drain

Here is what you should be aware of iOS 15.4 upgrade, besides losing more battery as per Apple this is normal. But I wonder if it's just Apple just being sloppy when upgrading their software and refusing to fix their ongoing battery life problem with their devices. 

Here are some recommended fixes if you are trying to find solutions to your problem.

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4/11/22

iOS 15.4 Arizonians

It looks like these residents in Arizona can now add their state driver's license and IDs to their Apple Wallet. As states, one by one migrate into the new digital wallet make it easier for users to present at checkpoints. Get ready for a major upgrade to virtual IDs.

4/10/22

Troubleshoot Window Freezes

Here are some good tips to troubleshoot Window freezes. This always requires lots of patience, you need to wait until things free up so that you can save your file and continue.

Then try Cntrl + Alt + Del and wait for the screen to blank before selecting task manager. In task manager click more details, if visible and any non-responsive program should be highlighted and you can attempt to close it or try to recover it. This will take you to a detail tab, where processes are listed with more information on their status. 

Right-click the non-responding thread and choose to Analyze the wait chain. This waits to use resources being used elsewhere which can result in the program freezing. 

And Sometimes the Task Manager appears to have no effect. In these circumstances, you may be forced to reboot. 

4/9/22

Lazesoft Recovery Software

If the need for recovery software for Windows then Lazesoft suite is a great solution. Not only can you recover Windows but you can also do used for Data Recovery, Disk Image, and Password retrieval. 

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4/8/22

Google Plus Codes

Here is digital addressing for the entire world. With Plus Codes instead of an address or street name or numbers you use latitude and longitude. 

It's a better mapping system for deliveries and emergency services to be easily found. 

4/7/22

AWS Sanctions in Russia

It looks like Amazon Cloud stop taking new customers in Russia, Belarus. Although this is minimal it does curb current business activities and who knows if they will even impose drastic measures to current retail activity in the country. 

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4/6/22

Let the Bots Begin

Uber spinout service expands and lets just say that this is the beginning of the expansion of sidewalk robots to carry out everyday deliveries.

It's only a matter of time before other companies start the doing the same, and reshape the future. 

4/5/22

First Web3 Brower

Want to be the first to experience the first Web3 crypto browser, then take a like at Opera Crypto Browser. It's still in beta but a great way to add Telegram and Discord with just a few clicks of the mouse. 

4/4/22

QR Code Phishing

With the recent outbreaks, more QR codes are appearing almost everywhere so that you decrease the chances of getting germs. 

Now scammers are getting clever and trying to outsmart you, so be careful, and if something looks off just go to the URL directly by yourself. 

4/3/22

Simulated Destruction of Pmpeii

Now science has come together to animate the past to show what possibly occurred with the destructions of the famous city of Pampeii.

Simulating the destruction can explain the bits and pieces of historical evidence that many people have been trying to figure out for years.

Hopefully, this new technology can give us answers to the unexplained past.

4/2/22

Brain Activity of a dying Person

This is a touchy topic but it is amazing on how they were able to record what a person goes through in there final stage of life. Hopefully one day we will be able to decode this and understand more. But for someone who lived so long I am wondering if on the final stage the brain does a recap of what the users experience throughout their life until the end. 

4/1/22

Chrome OS Flex

Chrome is taking its OS to a new level by reviving old hardware using the Chrome OS Flex. Not only will you bring back old hardware to use, but can extend its lifespan.

Anyone looking to extend the lifespan of their equipment should give this software a try. It's a worthwhile consideration. 

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3/31/22

Video Doorbell Pro's & Cons

Video doorbells having been popping up almost everywhere and here are the pro's and con's of owning a video doorbell.
Let's just say that new technology is not always the best thing and sometimes it's worth the wait for the technology to get better before you decide to move in that direction. 

3/30/22

Download Twitter Videos

Twitter the popular social site at times has some great information that users may want to download. Now because of regulations, you cannot download videos directly from Twitter.

So if you still need the reference information here are some educational alternatives.

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3/29/22

Meal Planners

Looking to plan your meals for the week, here are some resourceful meal planners to help you get ready your meals for the week. 

At first it seems pointless, but if you have a busy schedule, these great tips will keep you in track. 

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3/28/22

IRS Tax Calendar

If you are using Outlook and want to add the IRS Tax Calendar reminders for Business and Self-Employed here is a simple way to add the using the IRS website.

All you do is choose the type list and check the ones you want to show up on your Outlook calendar.

Once you download the ics file you just open it using Outlook and the calendar will update and important automatically.

3/27/22

Investment Journal

Today many traders use manual spreadsheets to records their hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly gains but this takes time and the information is limited to how your spreadsheets are set up.
Even though it's very cost-efficient, it's not ideal if you are trying to get analytics.

This is where TraderSync comes in, the software not only reduces your record-keeping time but also gives you an analysis of your trading habits. Using state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence, it analyzes your trades and shows you what works and what doesn't work so that you do not make the same mistakes again. 

It has so many features available that I am definitely confident that within the time it will pay for itself. 

3/26/22

TraderSync

If you are trading Part Time or Full Time, you should be keeping track of all of your current trade deals. Now in order to make better trades, it's important to understand your trading patterns and this is where the trading Journal software comes in. It not only monitors your gains and losses but gives you analytics on what trading pattern works better in your favor to increase your profits.

This software has so much information available that it helps you learn from your mistakes so that you do not make those ongoing mistakes again. It's the ideal tool for users who want more from a spreadsheet showing their gains and losses.

If you are a trader, this is a must need to check and review software. 

3/25/22

Life 360 Selling your data

If you have the cool application called Life 360 on your phone, you data is easily being sold to anyone who wants to buy it. This is how simply the company offers some of it's free services and how it makes it's money, so it's no surprise you get nothing for free. 


3/24/22

Starlink Self Heating Satellite

It looks like Starlink has a pretty cool built-in feature to prevent snow build-up from interfering with the signal. It works so well that now outside critters are taking advantage of the device.

I hope that this does not create a problem in the future for keeping everyone connected. Stay tuned.

3/23/22

Tap to Pay

 Apple announced just recently that they have a new feature called Tap to Pay that allows business customers to tap their devices together to make a payment. So instead of wire transfers and checks here is an easy way to get paid using iOS phones. Only time will tell if this works. 


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3/22/22

Free Things Hotels will Give You

Is is some great information on what the hotels will give freely to their customers. You should always ask first just because every hotel is different but here are the list of extras. 


3/21/22

Modified AirTags

AirTag the privacy nightmare is now easily being modified to disable the speakers and easily being sold on the web. When is Apple going to sort out this huge problem before it becomes a mess with bad publicity? 


3/20/22

Starlink Premium

SpaceX Starlink Premium satellite internet service pricing tier has been growing and here is what users get when they sign up with the package. You are looking at a $2500 kit with a monthly fee of $500. 
Now you can expect a download of 150-500 Mbps, let's just hope that their monthly fee would eventually go down.

3/19/22

TV Picture Settings

If you currently have not tweaked your television settings you should read this article to get the best out of your TV.

Making just a few adjustments will dramatically change your movie habits. Give it a try and see how quickly it will change everything. 

3/18/22

NFT Mainstream

Twitter looks like is leading the way to NFT by letting some users use non-fungible tokens as their profile all by their Twitter Blue service.
It's still in the testing phase but they will have to resolve the old gamer's complaints before they take NFT to the next level. 


3/17/22

Bill to Protect Satellites

It looks like the government is getting ready to protect satellites by making a new law for commercial satellites. If the law gets passed and hackers try to hack them, let's just say they can financially go after them. This is definitely a positive move to stop satellite hackings.  

3/16/22

Intel Ohio Bet

Intel is building the largest silicon manufacturing location in Ohio and it's all riding on federal subsidies. With 3,000 jobs, 7,000 construction jobs with 140 existing Ohio businesses, that can grow over $100B over the next decade. Let's see if all this is possible with all the current setbacks? 

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3/15/22

Amazon Clothing Store

Amazon is opening up a high-tech clothing store this year to see if it can become a new generation retail outlet. And if it does become successful, it might just change the retail industry moving forward. 

3/14/22

Google Digital Cards

Looks like Google will soon have digital cards to hold bitcoin and spend fiat. It's a move in the right direction knowing that crypto is now being accepted by other institutions. 

Let's see how it all plays out in the months to come. 


3/13/22

Seatbelt for Bags

It looks like someone made a seatbelt for bags and it's pretty cool on how it works. I just do not understand why someone could not invent this device sooner. 

3/12/22

Pay More for Instagram

I am kind of lost with this subscription service from Instagram. Does Facebook think that they can now make money on Instagram when there is a ton of social media platforms out there for free?

They should have just made a different platform for this and then just make an add-on to add it to FB and Instagram and see where it goes. But Facebook did not choose that route and I am almost sure that this going to upset some users in search of their competitors.  

3/11/22

IRS Facial Recognition Plan

If you want to access your taxes the IRS will soon require you to use facial recognition in order to file their taxes or make IRS payments online.

So get ready for a new way to file with the IRS this summer. 


3/10/22

SDSU Bitcoin Donations

It looks like San Diego State University is now accepting Bitcoin as a donation and it's slowly but surely getting acceptance by other institutions so it's not likely that the currency is going to go away anytime soon.

Its acceptance opens the doors to the adoption of a currency that it's going to definitely change the world. 

3/9/22

Tractive for Feline

Here is an ideal cat tracking software to review where you cat goes when it's doing the daily routines. It's a great way to make sure that you pet is not wondering in areas that it should not be. 

Now you can keep an eye on your pet and keep tabs where ever you go. 

3/8/22

God Mode Win10

What is God Mode in Windows 10 and why you should activate it in Windows? Long story short God Mode has utilities that make it simple for Windows to do things. These applications should have been included in the control panel but were not. God Mode makes these applications easy to access and simple to use. 

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  1. Make sure your Microsoft system account has administrator privileges.
  2. Right-click on the Windows 10 desktop and "Create a new folder."
  3. Right-click the the new folder and rename the folder: "GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}" press enter and you're all set!

3/6/22

Metaverse

It's here and its quickly changing things and it's what the future is promising. It's only a matter of time before someone puts the pieces together and makes it a reality.

Fake 2FA App

Android users need to be on full alert of this fake two-factor authentication app from the Google Play store. This extremely dangerous malware is designed to steal bank credentials. 

Even though the app has been removed this is the beginning of the next generation of malware to come. 

3/5/22

Why you can't get Fiber

Have you ever wondered why some user's just cannot get fiber, here is the reason why fiber has been delayed in some areas. Besides supply chain shortages, cost factor and new versus old it can be a while before some people do get fiber. 

3/4/22

GeoZilla

Here is a simple way to share your location with Friends and Family where ever you go. It's a great way to put a tracking device on your phone should you accidently loose it and it's also helpful to keep track of loved ones. Give it a try if you are looking to simplify your life. 

3/3/22

Surface will not turn on

Here is the guide to help you fix Microsoft Surface power problems when the device will not turn on. It's usually a faulty charger or a charger problem. 

Follow these tips to get the device up and running. 

3/2/22

Tiny Homes

It's not for everyone, but if you can adapt to the concept and change your way of living this ideal home can be the best investment of your life. Not only is it affordable but you can purchase it online and have it set up in less time than just building a house.

3/1/22

Lenovo Productivity Laptop

Lenovo came up with a laptop that has a second screen and it looks like a laptop with a tablet. Now it's kind of strange but it will be great for photoshop and adding more details to your documents, so it's definitely an out of the box item. 

I guess you cannot go wrong when you think out of the box, consumers might just like this new feature and adapt. 


2/28/22

Snapods

I can see these earbuds definitely making a connection with iPhone users. Not only is it easy mountable to your iPhone but it makes carrying these devices easy to do. 

Apple should have thought of this idea long ago. 

2/27/22

Tesla Mining Rig

Its amazing on what lengths people will take to make passive income. In the long run this owner will continue to reap profits beyond the cars total value, so in some cases it's worth the expense.

I feel that todays mining rigs still consume to much power and hopefully someone sooner or later will put all the pieces to the puzzle together to create an energy efficient mining rig. Kudos to this owner. 

2/26/22

Taco Subscription

This can definitely change the food industry if this subscription service succeeds. Not only will you be able to eat a taco a day but add it to your daily meals. 

Can you imagine applying for a McDonald's monthly food subscription, that will be worth looking into it? 

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2/25/22

Popcorn is Dead

It looks like this pirate site that was popular with many users has shut down and this time it may be for good. Since things are changing rapidly for cord-cutters the interest is no longer there and since there are other ways to get content the site became obsolete. 

It was good while it lasted and it paved the way for other services to offer free content. 

2/24/22

Blackberry Ends Support

The long-lived smartphone support has ended and the user now has no choice but to upgrade so that they can go forward with 5G wireless technology. 

This was long overdue, but I guess sometimes great technologies are hard to let go of.

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2/23/22

PDF Tools

If you are always looking for free PDF tools, then this is a site to bookmark and remember. It contains most of the applications that premium PDF software comes with. It's ideal when you just need to use it for a few minutes to get your job done right. 

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2/22/22

Understand Code

Now coding does not have to be complicated anymore. All you need to do is copy and paste the code you want to be translated and the site tells you what the code is doing.
So Denigma Alpha is the way to go if you just want the code to be explained in English instead of the programers language. 

2/21/22

Dell Concept Luna

 Dell has recently came up with a concept called Luna and it could change how laptops are designed in the future. Making it easily repairable and environment friendly. 

Now lets see if other manufactures follow the concept. 

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2/20/22

Find Hidden AirTags

Apple has release an application to that enables users to determine whether someone may be tracking them using an AirTag or similar trackers from other companies. 
Now users should read all the reviews before they decide to install the application. 

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2/19/22

Roofstock

Now buying and selling a home can be done at ease with this new site that gives buyers and sellers the opportunity to shop and buy properties. They even go as far as helping you get you a property manager to help you manage your property easily.

2/18/22

WhatsApp Crypto Payment

It looks like the famous chatting site now wants to move towards cryptocurrency payments and if all goes well this could be a new revenue source for the chatting service. And you better believe that other companies may follow along doing the same. 

2/17/22

Connect World Gone Wrong

It just comes to show you how connected everyone is to the internet. The more technology improves the more likely consumers are able to add these devices to their daily lives. 

Now when there are network outages like the recent AWS outage in December, this is just a taste of some of the services that were disrupted. 

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2/16/22

Apple Device Help Thieves

It's unlikely that Apple's new AirTag is now being used for all sorts of illegal activity. These smart designs are making it easier for thieves to steal your high-end vehicles. 

This is a story of something good going bad and I hope Apple can quickly put a stop to this and save this ideal device. 

2/15/22

Grinch Bots

Lawmakers are now considering banning shopping bots that buy up online products and then resell them for higher prices on third party sites like eBay and Amazon. 
It's bots like these that fool e-commerce site verification systems and buy up discounted inventory in special buying seasons.

Let's see what will happen next. 

2/14/22

Twitter Photo Ban Sharing

It looks like Twitter is cracking down on user's who share other user's photos without their consent and it might just change social media as we know it. And with privacy concerns, I can see other social media magnets doing the same in order to keep everyone content. 

2/13/22

Zoom Attendance Tool

It looks like Zoom recently did some upgrades and now it will alert the host in the attendance status tool. And the host now will be able to see if the user accepted or declined the meeting invite. So get ready for Zoom's new features. 

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2/12/22

What's up with Edge

Edge was coming strong as a Google alternative, now the browser looks like going in a different direction. Now it looks like Microsoft is going back to it's old habits and the browsers future is now in question. 

2/11/22

FB Money Messenger

It looks like Facebook will soon open up Messenger to it's payment platform and it's going to change social media as we know it today. 
The concept is not old but an opportunity for FB to become a payment service similar to Paypal and Venmo.

2/10/22

IRS Crypto Wallet Help

It looks like the IRS is seeking help to get a hold of owners with cryptocurrency wallets and this could be the beginning of more regulations to come.
This is just going to get more interesting in the future when these accounts are hacked.

2/9/22

Microsoft New Updates

It looks like Microsoft now is changing its update rules and soon updates will be done once a year. This will be a great solution for system administrators who need to constantly keep Windows updated. 

And I guess this will give them a good reason to want to upgrade to the new version to get the latest features. 

2/8/22

New Phone & Tablet rules

 It looks like Phone and Tablet makers are being forced to update their devices. The new law will only protect Europe but if passed it could change policies around the world forcing manufactures to allow the devices to get updates for up to seven years. 

So hopefully when you then go out and buy an outdated product, the manufacture will have to continue updating the device for seven years. 

Let's hope that everything passes and consumers get their money's worth. 


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2/7/22

Canon Scanning Problem

Canon is being sued because it stops scanning when the ink cartridge is empty. The company has no right in blocking the scanning and faxing features on its printer. And I do not blame its customers for filing a class-action suit. 

2/6/22

Chrome OS update

The new Chrome OS update now turns Chromebooks into scanners so that the webcam can now scan documents with both cameras. So now your documents can now be easily scanned. 

It's great news and hope to see new more improvements with Chromebook. 

2/5/22

iPhone 14 Design

It looks like the iPhone 14 design is going to change everyone's lives. Not only is it small and portable but the battery life has increased. Let's hope to see this new design change phones as we know it.




2/4/22

FCC broadband map Help

This cool company named LightBox could be the FCC solution to resolve America's gaps in getting nationwide internet coverage. But will the local government stay with their outdated maps or improvise.

Stay tuned to what happens next. 


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2/3/22

Enable RDP

Need to enable RDP on a Windows computer, then here are the steps on what to do to re-enable the service on your computer. 

2/2/22

Reset Dell to factory defaults

 Here is the simplest way to reset your Dell computer to factory defaults. 

It's a good idea to reset your computer every now and then to get the computer to run efficiently. If your computer is acting up and your tired of the performance. Resetting the computer to factory defaults does make a difference. 

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2/1/22

Fix Outlook crashes when sending Mail

There will be times when Outlook starts misbehaving and for some reason, Outlook now decides to crash when sending emails. 

If you tried several things you might want to check the link for more troubleshooting tips.


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1/31/22

Find lost Airpods

 Now with new technology finding your AirPods is even easier to do than earlier models. All you need to do is upgrade the firmware and enable the feature to notify when left behind. Once you do this when you attempt to walk away from your current AirPods location you will be notified. It's about time. 


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1/30/22

Best Speed Test

Sometimes your computer will have problems connecting to the internet. The best way to confirm if the computer is getting a good connection is to run a speed test.

Now, not all speed test sites work well and here are a list of sites recommended to test your Windows computer. 

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1/29/22

Apple Self Service Repair

It seems that there is a big market for Apple repair products and now the company is looking into more ways to become profitable by now offering consumers self-service repair kits. 

It's a great idea and it will definitely be a game-changer for the future of Apple. 


1/28/22

e Pswd in RDP

 If you are in a Windows session and accessing it via RDP then this is how you can change the computer password in the menu. Sometimes things that are complicated are simple to do if you can narrow down the steps and use the current resources available to you.


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1/27/22

Asus Merlin

It looks like Asus routers are coming up to speed when it comes to simply connecting user networks and securing your devices. I have read so many great reviews on the Asus router setup that you cannot overlook these great features. They are even catching up to Netgear and you should definitely keep them in mind the next time you upgrade. 

1/26/22

Waymo Traffic Patterns

Waymo is mapping the complex traffic patterns in NYC and creating self-driving sensors of the territory. This mapping will eventually improve safely and eventually, it will move to other areas. Get ready for the future of self-driving service. 

1/25/22

Starlink new Dishy

Starlink new dishy McFlatface is smaller and lighter but still costs a hefty price. The dish which is 19x12 inches is smaller than its original dish but still lacks an ethernet port. 

If the company becomes successful in the future it can fill in the gaps for areas with poor existing broadband access.

1/24/22

OneDrive Support

It looks like a lot of computers will lose OneDrive access if they do not do the recent update. The drive will eventually stop syncing and users can lose access to their files, so it's urgent that you upgrade the software to the latest version. 

1/23/22

Dell Dock Troubleshooting

I still do not understand why so many Dell dock failure occurs and why they just cannot get their act together. It's only supposed to just charge the laptop and display the monitors what more can we ask for.
 
The WD15 was a joke if you get power spikes, you would sometimes have to wait a few minutes or the next day for the device to reset itself so that it can function normally.

The WD19 started looking better than the old model but recently they just stop working from one day to the next. 

I just hope one day they see the light because I just cannot understand why their docking station has so many problems. 

I think it's time I start looking into a better reliable docking station. 

1/22/22

Protect your Crypto

If you have crypto and you want to protect your assets it's a good idea to follow these smart tips so that hackers do not easily get access to your accounts. Stay smart and be safe. 

1/21/22

Surf with Brave and Earn Crypto

 Do you know that when you use the Brave browser and surf, you can easily earn crypto. Just download the Brave browser below and review Brave rewards. Now you can get easily paid in crypto doing what you love to do, which is surf online with Brave.

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1/20/22

Win11 Tips and Tricks

Windows 11 has some great features and now with the new OS user's can take advantage of what the system has to offer them. Stay tune for more tips and tricks. 

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1/19/22

Teachers against Social Media

It looks like teachers are banning together to discourage social bad behavior and in some cases even putting them in danger. 
These platforms are ignoring the bad behaviors and enabling these acts to keep on continuing. 

In my opinion I believe that they should be held accountable and let them pay the price, in the long run over time we will see how quickly the social media attitude will change when they are no longer profitable. 

1/18/22

Posting Memes

This is kind of odd but it looks like users who post memes on Instagram can get banned from the social media application. Some of this sites are surprisingly not that offensive but they still get banned. 
So here are the risks that are involved when posting memes. 


1/17/22

O365 New Non Subscription

If you are looking for a non subscription model from Microsoft for it's perpetual suite, here is a limited time offer and you can bet that this offer will not last that long. 
This is just aimed at Home and Student users and you can get a limited working license for a single pc or Mac with support for five years. Hurry up, because their is no telling how long this offer will stand. 

1/16/22

US BTC Mining Hub

Looks like the U.S. is now the largest bitcoin mining hub after China's miner Exodus. Although this is debatable it's a great move for the global economy. Let's see how long we can keep up at this pace. 


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1/15/22

BitConnect Scam

Some investors were recently scammed using a fake trading bot to swindle crypto users. Now, these scams are beginning for more similar deception to show up in the future. Consumers should verify the investment platforms and consumer reviews before investing and when in doubt, don't invest. 

1/14/22

New World Game

It looks like some graphic cards were crashing and getting fried when playing Amazon's New World game. Now it's still unclear on who is to blame but it's for certain that they will look into on the reason why these game cards were getting fried. Thermal management should prevent the cards from overheating so it may be a firmware problem, lets wait and see. 

1/13/22

Multi-Monitor Laptops screens

We can soon be looking into laptops with multiple detachable screens. It's not a new idea, but I am seeing it more in different models. 

It's a great idea, but I would still love to see how durable, compact, and portable these devices can be designed so that consumers can adapt them to their daily lives.

1/12/22

AirPod Max Fakes

Consumers should be aware of fakes Apple products in the market. If the deals look too good to be true, it's most likely a fake. 
Unfortunately, the only thing one can do is try purchasing the item at a reputable store that sells consumer electronics. 



1/11/22

Win11 Compatibility

 Want to see if your computer is ready for Windows 11, install the PC Health Check App and verify that your computer can be upgraded to Windows 11. 

Worse scenario if your computer does not qualify you can just use your current Windows computer until it's at end of life, or when Windows stops supporting your operating system.  

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1/10/22

Robinhood 24/7 Support

It looks like Robinhood is changing its strategy and now offering 24/7 customer service to prepare its new crypto trading platform. Like it or not this is a game charger and it will be very interesting to see what other brokerage firms do next. 

1/9/22

FL Telsa Self Driving Test

Telsa owners in Florida will need to be tested if they want to upgrade the self-driving feature in their cars so that it can drive automatically. It's a new adoption of autonomous driving. 




1/8/22

Store Covid Card

It looks like soon lots of places are going to ask you for proof of your covid card, instead of forking it over just upload to the app and share it.

1/7/22

Tesla Glass Technology

Telsa Glass technology is another great secret on making the car unique from others. You will be surprised on how it's designed and the components it uses to keep it apart from it's competitors. 




1/6/22

Access Outlook from Edge without Opening a Tab

Here is a great tip to open email by making an extension in Edge. It's a great way to get access to your mail without opening a tab using the shortcut.


1/5/22

Start MS Edge inPrivate Mode in macOS

If you are using a macOS and you have MS Edge installed, here is a nice little trick to always open it inPrivate mode. Now you can browse in privacy when surfing online.

1/4/22

Surface Duo 2

This can be a game changer for Surface user's using the clamshell 5G tablet. Now I do not know how still durable it will be, but it will be interesting on how easy it can go portable. So this will be on my watchlist for a while. 


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1/3/22

Block your Phone

If you want to block your phone when you make calls, here are some great ways to block your number so that you are in control of your privacy.


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1/2/22

Tango

Here is a great Chrome Extension that records the actions that you do on a computer and show you step by step on what you did step by step with images. Great way to create guides with screenshots.


1/1/22

Statue of Bitcoin Founder

How odd it is to somehow erect a statue of the Bitcoin founder and honor him, his legacy, and his current accomplishments. I hope the new year brings more value to the crypto coin. 


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