The Technology Geek Podcast

Amazon Echo Review

Amazon Echo Review

Today on the show we talk about and review the amazon echo. We discuss the new TV lines up Arrow, Flash, Blacklist and Legends Of Tomorrow. I talk about Carrie Underwood music and Star Wars the good and the bad. I talk about Apple Wallet and the Dunkin Donuts app. We talk about hardware soldering and the raspberry pi.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • New Book The Pangram Killer
  • Leo Laporte Moving TWIT Studios
  • Arrow
  • Legends of Tomorrow
  • Prison Break Reunion
  • Blacklist
  • Bosch On Amazon Prime
  • Carrie Underwood
  • Star Wars
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Soldering
  • Amazon Echo
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • Apple Wallet
  • Square

What Happened To Google Books?

What Happened To Google Books?

Today on the show we really dive in the new iOS update and the topic of Apple iPad Pro vs Microsoft Surface Pro. We talk about AIM, MSN and ICQ messengers vs Snapchat, Facebook Chat and Skype. I get into a persons right as business owner to refuse service and how that relates to Office Depot. We talk about John Cena and his WWE run and baby face and Google and Amazon news. We answer the question What Happened To Google Books?

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
  • Steven Colbert
  • Kid Clock Bomb
  • Office Depot refused to print something
  • AGT Howard Stern
  • Apple iPad Pro vs Microsoft Surface Pro
  • New iOS
  • Messaging Apps
  • John Cena
  • Microsoft sends out invitations for October 6 Windows 10 hardware blow-out
  • Microsoft buys Android lockscreen vendor Double Labs
  • Microsoft is Finally Retiring Zune, Zune Music Pass
  • Google sets September 29 event, teasing 'new treats'
  • Google might announce a new Chromecast this month
  • Microsoft comes before windows
  • Amazon Trade in program
  • Fire phone dead
  • Amazon budget tablet
  • Fire TV
  • AVG releases transparent privacy policy: Yes, we will sell your data
  • Dragon Professional Individual review: Slicker and faster
  • Windows app store
  • Amateur Radio Special Event Stations to Mark Pope’s US Visit
  • Google Is 2 Billion Lines of Code—And It’s All in One Place
  • The New York Times and The Guardian Sign On for Google and Twitter’s Instant Article Push
  • Google has hired a bunch of engineers from Amazon's Lab126 for a new wearable tech initiative called 'Project Aura'
  • what happened to google books

Rambling Joe

Today on the show we talk about rambling Joe Biden. We discuss the state of WWE and how the product is and next pay per view. We talk about Carrie Underwood music and girl faking pregnancy. We get into Google's new Wifi router and Larry Page new company Alphabet. We talk about the future of Google+ and Apple TV

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • Donald Trump Funny Quotes
  • Hillary Clinton E-mails
  • Joe Biden Rambling
  • Braves Baseball Fan Falls To Death
  • Girl Fakes Triplet Babys
  • Carrie Underwood
  • Fake Astroid
  • Windows 10
  • New iPhone
  • Messaging Is Future
  • Ashley Madison Hack
  • Hulu No Commercials
  • Ronda Rousey
  • Dudly Boyz
  • Sting
  • Summer slam
  • Cellphone plans no contract
  • Google Wifi Router
  • Google Plus Dead
  • Alphabet

Pajama Pants

Today on the show we talk about people walking around in pajama pants with teddy bears and pacifiers. We get into a deep discussion about Gap closing a bunch of stores and Starbucks price going up 5 to 20 cents making coffee $2.45.  We discuss Atlantic City needing more attractions then just gambling and Amazon Prime Day. My wife joins us for a few minutes to talk about her art work.
Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
  • Texas man arrested not giving out his Facebook password
  • Oreo cookie changing
  • watermelon smashing on AGT
  • Gap closing a bunch of stores
  • Starbucks price going up 5 to 20 cents $2.45
  • Amazon prime day to push users to prime also 20th anniversary sale day bigger then black friday
  • Atlantic City Needs More Attractions Then Just Gambling
  • 11 year fugutive nabbed purterico
  • Illegal deported five times who shot woman: I came back to San Francisco because it was a sanctuary city
  • Facebook's New Data Center To Be Powered Entirely By Renewables
  • Jolla Spins Off Hardware Business
  • Han Solo To Get His Own Star Wars Movie Prequel
  • Mozilla's Plans For Firefox: More Partnerships, Better Add-ons, Faster Updates
  • Grateful Dead 'Fare Thee Well' tour raked in a record 175,000 paid live streams
  • Penn and Teller on Broadway
  • AC DC now on Spotify

Weird US Laws

Today we start the show off with an update on the show name and the hosting. I open up with a segment talking about Donald Trump and his craziness.  We talk about Apple and letting Taylor Swift do what ever she wants all the time. We go into how amazon review system works and why it's so important on the internet. We talk about the shuttle app and weird laws used on the USA.
Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
  • Donald Trump
  • Weird Laws
  • Amazon Overhauling Customer Reviews
  • Windows 10 Will Be Free To Users Who Test It
  • Amazon Is Only Going To Pay Authors When Each Page Is Read
  • Windows 10 Shares Your Wi-Fi Password With Contacts
  • Shuttle App
  • Hulu And Showtime Partner
  • Facebook On Stock Market Worth More Then Walmart
  • Craft Gets Purchased By Heines
  • Approval For More Money For Healthcare
  • Companies That Don't Pay There Sales Tax Can't Get Government Contracts
  • Ben Affleck To Direct The New Batman Film
  • Walking Dead Poster
  • Selfie Sticks Banned Disney
  • CEO Of Nike Stepping Down
  • Dollar Shave Club Keeps Gillette Up At Night
  • Can Goods Dents

Robert From Ready Made Resources

Robert from joined us today on the podcast he spoke about homesteading for 18 years. We spoke about planting and gardening. Using different types of gardening and dealing with predators. We discussed Ham Radio and backup communications. We discussed solar energy in depth and using wind power. We also took a few questions from our live tweeting audience. Robert gave a special offer to our listeners.

Mike from Tactical Wood Gas

Today on the podcast we spoke with Mike from Tactical Wood Gas he spoke on topics of Ham Radio and his experience of using radios in the marines vs his design. Mike gave us tones of great information on batteries. Mike took the time to explain how many of his products worked and the benefits of then in regular household use. Mike had tones of great stories on field day and field operations using his ham radio. We spoke about PSK31 and other digital operation.

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Randal Silvey From Grawlix Podcast

Today in this podcast we are joined by Randal Silvey from Grawlix Podcast. We talk about music and the internet opening up the music industry. Randy talks about subscription based royalties on music. Randy asks some questions on podcasting. Randal talks about audio editing and struggles of not doing a live show.  We talk about Grawlix Podcast and the other hosts. Doing a solo show versus having a co-host. We talk about geek culture Batman, Gotham, Flash and the Arrow.  We talk about old school radio guys and the skill set involved. We talk about The Technology Geek Members Club and our forums. We talk about sound cloud and using itunes and other podcast services. Using apps over websites and hosting podcasts over streaming if your a broadcaster. We talk about other successful podcast networks and content production. We talk about making a living on youtube and playing video games for a living.

Jessie From Grawlix Podcast

Today in this podcast we are joined by Jessie from Grawlix Podcast. We talk X-Factor comics and Spawn. We discuss X-Men women characters and ever changing X-Men team. We talk about X-Men Gambit joining X-Factor and being in Marvel Comic movies. We talk about Spawn HBO Series not being available on HBOGO and the Spawn Movie. We talk about image comics and the Angela series. Jessie talks about the action figure boom in the 90’s.  We talk about Marvel Comic spin offs Wolverine and Gambit series. We get into a deep discussion Marvel Comic Gambit character and being a professional thief. We speak about Marvel Comic Gambit clothing and attire and merchandise sales. X-Men Gambit famous lines on cartoon series. Randi joins us again as a caller.

The Band Reapers

Today in this podcast we are joined by Randy and Onslaught from the band reapers on the Podcast.  They talk about starting there band using myspace and social media. They talk about the equipment they use to record and making money on band camp. They discuss there new songs and the writing process involved. They talk about there song there The Glory and that being there break out hit. I talk with Onslaught about guitars and guitar equipment. We bring up stories about starting out in music as a kid and what bands drew them into the business. We talk about how technology has changed the music business and using live shows to promote new music. We then spin some of there most recent tracks. You can catch there music on

Comedian Joel Richardson

Today in this podcast we are joined by Joel Richardson from Soul Joel Productions on the Podcast. He talks about the comedy business and his work as a producer. Joel tells us about his start in the business and about his great group on comedians he manages. We talk about the venues he runs and about his upcoming performance in my area at Ehrhardts Waterfront Resort. We go into detail about being a headliner vs a producer. We talk about his new website We talk tech news in the beginning and have our interview with Joel at the end.

Air Force Trump

Air Force Trump
We start the show out talking about gun control. We talk about all the trouble the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation trying to save the world and all the trouble there running into with other support groups. We talk about Donald Trump running for president and renaming everything to reflect the word Trump. We talk about the apprentice from the oval office and remodeling the White House. We talk about Amanda Palmer changed music business.
Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
  • Gun Control
  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Donald Trump Running For President
  • Planed ParentHood Has A New iPhone App First Time
  • Adblock Plus Rolls Out Mass Deployment For IT Administrators
  • ARRL 2015 Hurricane Season Webinar Set for July 20
  • FCC Paperless License
  • Vanity Call Signs No Charge
  • Teacher: Get Shakespeare out of the classroom
  • Etsy Bans Witchcraft Items
  • ‘Batman’ Family
  • Amanda Palmer
  • Danger Of Health Products Made Over Seas
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Prank
  • New Amazon Original Series “Catastrophe” Now Available

Interview Comedian Kaytlin Bailey

Today we have special guest Comedian Kaytlin Bailey joins the show. We talk about her new one women show being done in New York area. She tells us about her experiences of living on the road and struggles of making it to shows. She tells her story about how she got into comedy and her college career and working the elections in 2010. We discuss some politics and the state of the country economy. We get into a deep discussion on Apple and manufacturing products over seas.

More information On Kaytlin Bailey can be found on her site.

LastPass Hacked

We talk about LastPass hacked what was taken and and password salting and we discuss data breach at office of personnel management again who did it and what did they take. We talk about other podcast network Anthony Cumia, TWIT, Gavin Mcinnes and Art Bell. ARRL Field Day starts June 27 and 28. Windows 10 flag now on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 how it works and how to enroll. Lync replaced Skype some office 365 users loose out unfortunately.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • LastPass hacked
  • Data Breach At Office of Personnel Management Again
  • New Site Design
  • Gavin Mcinnes and Anthony Cumia
  • Periscope App
  • ARRL Field Day
  • Art Bell Live Stream
  • Windows 10 Flag on Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
  • Skype For Business
  • Bug Bounties for companies
  • Jessica Jones New Netflix Series
  • Netflix Ads
  • Spotify Running

New Barbie Cloud Technology

Today in this podcast we discuss talking new Barbie cloud-based technology and security concerns. I talk about Adam Corolla and Allison Rosen firing and controversy surrounding that way after the fact. We talk about Major League Baseballs new rules. We run down the new Steve Jobs Book. We talk about The technology Geek Unleashed vs The Technology Geek Friday Show and my guest lineup. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • Barbie cloud-based technology
  • Adam Corolla and Allison Rosen firing
  • Major League Baseballs new rules
  • New Music
  • Steve Jobs New Book

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What was may favorite season of Dextor?
  • Will I miss Justified on FX?
  • What are best shows on WWE Network?

Apple Watch

Today in this podcast we discuss Apple’s new watch, Macbook and HBO NOW. We talk about Hilary Clinton not being able to use to use 2 e-mail accounts on one blackberry. We run down about how Steam is a great gaming platform on Linux and OSX. We talk about The technology Geek Unleashed vs The Technology Geek Friday Show and my guest lineup. We discuss our summer live even plans. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Slipknot guitarist Mick Thomson stabbed in head by younger brother
  • ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ gets the vintage cover it deserves
  • Facebook targets emerging markets with low-bandwidth ads
  • Wikipedia is suing the NSA over its mass surveillance program
  • Google opens its first branded retail store
  • Knock-Off Apple Watches Hit the Chinese Market Less Than 24 Hours After Launch
  • Steam On Linux Now Has Over a Thousand Games Available
  • Google Announces Android 5.1
Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…
  • Will Apple ever update the iPod Touch?
  • How can I recondition an old ham radio?
  • Can office 365 run on a Mac?
  • How can I get Lollipop on my Android phone?
  • Do you think it’s good card wrestlemania?

Music Royalties

Today in this podcast we discuss Art Bell return in July and music royalties rights issue with podcasting and radio. We talk about Howard Sterns feelings on podcasts. We talk about House Of Cards Season 3 and Hemlock Grove final season. We talk about Bosch on Amazon Prime and prime original programs. We talk about Permaculture Business, my Garden and Microsoft 360 azure outage. We talk about LLC corporations and business insurance. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Microsoft’s Goals For Their New Web Rendering Engine
  • Facebook Puts Users On Suicide Watch
  • Microsoft Closing Two Phone Factories In China
  • Harrison Ford To Return In Blade Runner Sequel
  • Google Knocks Explicit Content On Blogger From Public View
  • Google Now Automatically Converts Flash Ads To HTML5
  • Google Teams Up With 3 Wireless Carriers To Combat Apple Pay
  • Jury Tells Apple To Pay $532.9 Million In Patent Suit
  • Bye-Bye Paper Ham License
  • Reddit Imposes Ban On Content Posted Without Permission
  • 3 Million Strong RAMNIT Botnet Taken Down
  • appears to be hacked by Lizard Squad

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…
  • How can I record radio clips?
  • Having trouble slackware linux?
  • How can I load an Android program onto my PC?
  • Earbuds or over head phones?
  • How can I improve Skype for podcasting?

Google Cardboard

Today in this podcast we discuss our new Live Audio Stream and my awesome 60 meg internet connection. We talk about the book I am reading The Black Echo and Bosch on Amazon Prime. Virtual reality, 3D and Google Cardboard. We talk about the Paltalk Awards and the H1Z1 game. We discuss my love for Anime. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Sony To Release Google Glass Competitor
  • FreeBSD-Current Random Number Generator Broken
  • Jamie Oliver’s Website Serving Malware
  • Homeland Security Urges Lenovo Customers To Remove Superfish
  • Darkleaks: an Online Black Market For Selling Secrets
  • Apple Launches Repair Program For Longstanding 2011 MacBook Pro GPU Problems
  • TrueCrypt Audit Back On Track After Silence and Uncertainty
  • 800,000 Using Were Sent Incorrect Tax Data
  • Australian ISPs To Introduce ‘3-Strike’ Style Anti-piracy Scheme
  • Google releases Cloud-based Web App Vulnerability Scanner and Assessment Tool
  • ‘TweetDeck Teams’ Allows Managing Multiple Twitter Accounts Without Sharing Passwords
  • Android Malware Can Spy On You Even When Your Mobile Is Off

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • Is it possible to use a Chromecast with my phone’s internet connection?
  • What PC should I get for Minecraft?
  • Is it true if I have windows 8 I will be upgraded to 10?
  • Should I get an AMD or Intel processor?
  • What do you prefer audible or


Today in this podcast we discuss my homestead project and my AMA on reddit. We talk about Bosch on Amazon Prime and Michael Connelly book series. We discuss my geek tv line up. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Jon Stewart Leaving ‘The Daily Show’
  • Torvalds Polls Desire for Linux’s Next Major Version Bump
  • LinkedIn Restricts API Usage
  • Facebook Adds Legacy Contact Feature
  • Live Patching Now Available For Linux
  • US Gas Pump Hacked With ‘Anonymous’ Tagline
  • Microsoft Fixes Critical Remotely Exploitable Windows Root-Level Design Bug
  • Aims To Keep the Airspace Above Your Home Drone-Free
  • Paramedics Use Google Translate While Delivering Baby
  • BitTorrent Announces Exclusive TV Shows
  • Layoffs Begin At Daybreak Games
  • Firefox To Mandate Extension Signing
  • Spider-Man Finally Joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • With a smart phone do you need a pedometer?
  • What infrastructure do I need podcast?
  • Is trendmicro any good?
  • I know you bow hunt want kind of bow do you use?
  • Why can’t I view my security cameras outside my house?

Bye Bye RadioShack

Today in this podcast we discuss RadioShack being shutdown and Uber app being taken on by cab companies.  We talk about fitness apps and iPhone apps. We discuss my podcasts I like Stone Cold Podcast, The Survival Podcast and Art Bell . We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Netflix Now Available In Cuba
  • Microsoft Announces Windows For Raspberry Pi 2
  • Microsoft Trademarks “Windows 365″
  • Sony Sells Off Sony Online Entertainment
  • Google, Amazon, Microsoft Reportedly Paid AdBlock Plus To Unblock
  • Apple To Build New $2 Billion Data Center In Bankrupted GT Advanced Buildings
  • Massive Layoff Underway At IBM
  • Major Record Labels Keep 73% of Spotify Payouts
  • Staples To Buy Office Depot For $6.3 Billion
  • Apple Said To Be Working On a Pay TV Service
  • Verizon Dropping Data Rates, But Current Customers Have To Call
  • TurboTax Halts E-filing of State Tax Returns Because of Potential Fraud
  • Facebook Will Soon Be Able To ID You In Any Photo
  • The First Ubuntu Phone Is Here, With Underwhelming Hardware
  • Google Earth Pro Now Available Free

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What apps do you use for fitness monitoring?
  • Whats apps do you use for Ham Radio?
  • What apps do you use on phone everyday?
  • What do you think of twitter changing WWE storylines?

FM Radio Vs Podcasting

Today in this podcast we discuss the way fm radio has changed and podcasting pioneers like Adam Carolla, Leo Leport and Anthony Cumia. We talk about security for whistleblowers and new technology called Slur. We discuss security news and cool things to come out of CES 2015. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Google sees biggest search traffic drop since 2009 as Yahoo gains ground
  • Microsoft Restricts Advanced Notification of Patch Tuesday Updates
  • Hackers Steal $5M In Bitcoin During Bitstamp Exchange Attack
  • Google’s ‘security princess’ helped White House after hack
  • Netflix Denies There Was a Policy Change With VPNs
  • Sony 4k Video Camera
  • Dish has 4k set top box
  • Sony releases $1,200 high-res audio Android-powered Walkman
  • This doorbell rings your smartphone when you’re not home
  • Chevrolet developing system that predicts car problems and notifies drivers
  • Yahoo search back up after Bing outage
  • Payment Cards Exposed in Possible Chik-fil-A Data Breach
  • Staples Confirms 1.2 Million Cards Lost in Breach
  • Two-Factor Snafu Opened Door to JPMorgan Breach
  • Tor Project Warns of Possible Upcoming Attack on Network

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • My internet connection keeps dropping to 10 megs from 100?
  • What do you recommend for voicemail?
  • Can I keep using Windows XP?
  • How can I extend my Wi-Fi range?

Situational Awareness

Today in this podcast we discuss ARES/RACES and situational awareness. Being prepared for situations even if they are not life threatening. Understanding and knowing your surroundings and tips for situational awareness. We give you tips on situational awareness, discuss situational awareness conditions and colors. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • New Membership Option Coming To The Technology Geek
  • 2 new podcast networks
  • Situational Awareness
  • Sony Hack
  • New Language Features in Visual Basic 14
  • Amazon Instant Video now streams in 4K
  • Yahoo launches its own mobile developer conference
  • CBS returns to Dish after 12-hour blackout
  • Mozilla makes Firefox for iOS a priority again
  • The Pirate Bay Raided By Police, Site Down
  • Spotify now lets you find out the top tracks amongst your friends
  • Instagram tops 300 million active users, likely bigger than Twitter

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What do you think CM Punk in UFC?
  • Did you get your Apple ringtones back?
  • Which is better Chromecast or Apple TV?
  • I watch your twitter are a yoga instructor?

Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kits

Today in this podcast we discuss Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kits. The Elenco Variable Voltage Power Supply Kit is a decent practical starter kit and is overall good quality. This is more than just a “Insert Part A in location B1″ type kit as it actually teaches what each part of the circuit does educating you on electronic components.  We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Star Wars Trailer
  • Google Fiber comes to Austin, Texas
  • Firefox 34 Arrives With Video Chat, Yahoo Search As Default
  • FBI Seizes Los Angeles Schools’ iPad Documents
  • Chromebooks Overtake iPads In US Education Market
  • CoreOS Announces Competitor To Docker
  • Microsoft’s Age-Old Image Library ‘Clip Art’ Is No More
  • Bing and Yahoo address European customers requests for removal of search results
  • Netflix CEO say broadcast TV will be dead by 2030
  • New “super WiFi” would have a far wider range than existing WiFi networks

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What is a good tablet for a senior?
  • What speaker would be best for home theater and music?
  • Should I buy an extended warranty with a plasma TV?
  • When will Netflix replace Silverlight with HTML5?
  • Why does Keychain Access keep popping up on my Mac?
  • Is Blackberry email encrypted?
  • How can I add a Roku with no available HDMI port?

SOL Republic HeadPhones

Today in this podcast we discuss SOL Republic HeadPhones. SOL Republic, is hoping to change that with a line of headphones that deliver very good sound and durability for a more affordable price. The company is positioning itself as high-quality and fashionable like Beats, but with affordable models in its lineup. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Google to launch Time Square’s largest interactive billboard ever
  • Netflix scoops up Tina Fey’s ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
  • Livestream iOS App Now Broadcasts Your GoPro Shenanigans
  • WeMail makes email more like instant messaging
  • Now e-cigarettes can give you malware
  • Virgin Galactic looks to resume tests in 2015
  • Bidding In Government Auction of Airwaves Reaches $34 Billion
  • BlackBerry will pay you to dump your iPhone for a Passport
  • You can now edit Microsoft Office documents from within Dropbox
  • Google Chrome Will Block All NPAPI Plugins By Default In January

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • How do I adjust playback settings in netflix to reduce data usage?
  • What alternatives do I have to 4G internet in rural areas?
  • What VPN router should I buy?
  • Should I buy a security cam system with or without dvr?
  • Should I run IP V6 on my web server?

Bob Heil

Today in this podcast we discuss our conversation with the great Bob Heil as he talks audio quality in music and ham radio. Bob mentions the way we hear out of our ears and microphone quality and development. Bob gives us his backgroud from The Eagles to the Grateful Dead. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Amazon Fire tablet owners get a deal on Bezos’ Washington Post
  • Tony Hawk Rides a Real Hoverboard, Lives to Skate Another Day
  • Walmart will match Amazon’s prices in all stores
  • Xbox One Finally Gets HBO Go
  • 81% of Tor Users Can Be De-anonymized By Analysing Router Information
  • FreeBSD 10.1 Released
  • Microsoft Releases Out-of-Band Security Patch For Windows
  • Amazon to launch travel service in January
  • Yahoo Set to Become Default Search on Firefox Browser

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • Do I need to buy Photoshop anymore?
  • How do I encrypt my Carbonite data?
  • How can I stream concerts online to my TV?
  • What’s the best password vault?
  • What are the alternatives to iTunes?
  • What kind DVR should I buy?

Microsoft buys Minecraft

Today in this podcast we discuss Larry Ellison leaving Oracle. We talk about iOS 8 and the new iPhone 6.Microsoft buys Minecraft. FCC turns down petition to create a 4 meter band in the US and ARRL Simulated Emergency Test set for October 4-5 weekend. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Larry Ellson Steps Down CEO Of Oracle
  • Apple Shutting Down Beats
  • iOS 8
  • New iPhone 6
  • Microsoft buys Minecraft
  • FCC Turns Down Petition to Create a 4 Meter Band in the US
  • ARRL Simulated Emergency Test Set for October 4-5 Weekend
  • Microsoft Courts iOS 8 Users With OneDrive Free Space Promotion
  • Google+ accounts no longer needed for new Gmail users
  • SwiftKey Vs. Swype
  • Adobe Acquires Photo-Editing Platform Aviary
  • Skype Gets An iOS 8-Friendly Update With Interactive Notifications
  • Avira Vulnerability Puts Users’ Online Backup Data At Risk
  • Adobe Releases Critical Security Updates for Acrobat and Reader
  • Malicious Kindle Ebook Let Hackers Take Over Your Amazon Account

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What series do you watch on Netflix?
  • How can I Keep Your Data Secure in the Cloud?
  • Are iOS 8 alternative keyboards secure?
  • What streaming box should I buy?
  • How can I restore my backup quickly from Carbonite?
  • How can I bookmark my audiobooks in iTunes?
  • What website host should I use?

Office 365

Today in this podcast we discuss and review Office 365 and talk about lots of security news. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Google Chrome 64-bit Browser Finally Released As a Stable Version
  • TwitPic Going Out Of Business
  • Apple iCloud hack
  • Home Depot Data Breach
  • Dairy Queen Data Breach
  • Firefox 32 Debuts With Public-Key Pinning, Several Security Fixes
  • Microsoft Fixes Broken Security Patch MS14-045
  • PlayStation Network Back Online Following DDoS
  • UPS Admits 51 Stores Hit With Malware For Five Months
  • Fake Flappy Bird App Planted by Hackers to Steal Photos from Device
  • MSN New Look
  • Fake Cell Phone Towers Could Be Intercepting Your Calls

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What’s the best phone for someone losing their sight?
  • How can I do a live podcast with a dozen of my friends?
  • Can I use bluetooth with old flip phone?
  • Why is there no metro app for firefox on windows 8.1?
  • Should I buy a Chromebook for school?
  • What should I buy for my first ham radio?
  • Who do you think has better original programing Amazon Prime or Netflix?
  • With winamp gone from android whats go app for mp3?

Verizon Ellipsis 7 4G LTE Tablet

Today in this podcast we discuss podcasting, Barnes and Nobels same day delivery, Amazon Unlimited, Adam Carolla Lawsuit and much more. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Verizon Ellipsis 7 4G LTE Tablet, Black 7-Inch 8GB
  • Adam Carolla Lawsuit
  • Windows 9 start menu return
  • Amazon Unlimited
  • Google and Barnes and Nobels same day delivery
  • Microsoft’s  Raspberry Pi-style mini-PC running Windows 8.1
  • Microsoft readies three new Office 365 plans for small and mid-size businesses
  • Cisco To Slash Up To 6,000 Jobs
  • T-Mobile To Throttle Customers Who Use Unlimited LTE Data For Torrents/P2P
  • Google’s Chromebooks Are A Hit With Schools
  • Amazon Launches a Mobile Card Reader to Undercut Square

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • Home shipping network says roku comes with 4,000 movies?
  • What is great opensource imaging software?
  • Tool to manage google business console?
  • Great opensource platform for hardware design?
  • What is a cryptophone?
  • Why is there no firefox metro app windows 8.1?
  • Can I buy a new phone and keep my unlimited data plan?
  • What is most secure way to do video conferencing?

Comic Con and Field Day 2014

Today in this podcast we discuss Comic Con and Field Day 2014. Were talking about education using Google Docs vs. Microsoft Sky Services. We talk about ebooks and author signings. We talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

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  • Oracle Buys Micros
  • Comic Con
  • Field Day 2014
  • Microsoft Android Phone
  • Blackberry Bring 200,000 Amazon Apps Phone
  • Amazon Music Service and Google Music Service
  • Microsoft Office vs Google Docs
  • Spotify Adds Whatsapp Support
  • Netflix Gets 31 Emmy Nominations

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • How can I monitor my daughter’s web use?
  • How can I get rid of ads in Yahoo Mail?
  • Is OpenOffice a good office suite?
  • How can I extend my Wi-Fi signal?
  • How can I get control of my domain name?
  • What’s the easiest way to find an Internet Radio Station?
  • Do you like digital mode or cw better?
  • What shows have you been watching on WWE Network?

WWE Network

Today in this podcast we discuss this being our second live podcast and The Technology Geek Radio Network. Were talking about the WWE Network and the pay per view industry changing. We talk about the Chromecast SDK and Windows XP End Date April 8th. Schools Using iPads for students that cant read and we talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • WWE Network and the pay per view industry
  • Chromecast SDK
  • Windows XP End Date April 8th
  • Schools Using iPads for students that cant read
  • Disabling ‘Find My iPhone’ on iOS 7 without any Password
  • More Countries Give Hams Access to 60 Meters
  • Comcast and Time Warner Cable Merger
  • Windows 8.1 Update Released, With Improvements For Non-Touch Hardware
  • Netflix begins 4K streams
  • Weather Channel Agrees to Alter Program Lineup to Return to DirecTV
  • Game of thrones premiere takes down HBOGO
  • Vine Cofounder Colin Kroll Is Stepping Down
  • OpenSSL Bug Allows Attackers To Read Memory In 64k Chunks
  • Samsung Galaxy S5, Gear family hits AT&T on April 11

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What do you think about Radioshack closing?
  • Was the Mozilla CEO kicked out due to being gay?
  • Canada freezing online income tax due to heartbleed bug? What should I do to protect myself?
  • What is the Zues banking trojan?
  • Is Bitcoin investable?
  • What scanner should I get?
  • Can I use a VPN to get around ISPs throttling Netflix?
  • Can I run Windows on a Mac?
  • What bluetooth should I get with my iPhone?

Adam Carolla Podcast Lawsuit

Today in this podcast we discuss this being our first live podcast and The Technology Geek Radio Network. Were talking about Adam Carolla Podcast Lawsuit, Researchers explained How ANGRY BIRDS Sharing Your Personal Data and Ad Block controversy. Amazon Finally Introduces Fire TV and we talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • Adam Carolla Podcast Lawsuit
  • Office for iOS released
  • U.S. Won’t Let Google Trademark ‘Glass’ for Its Glass-Less Eyewear
  • Researchers explained How ANGRY BIRDS Sharing Your Personal Data
  • Amazon Finally Introduces Fire TV
  • Ad blockers get ad-group exec’s blood boiling
  • Linus Torvalds Suspends Key Linux Developer
  • YAHOO! Now Encrypts Everything Encrypted Yahoo Messenger Coming Soon
  • Roku adds Qello Concerts channel
  • Apple proposes earbuds that react to your voice

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • What do you think about Microsoft Reading Employee’s Personal Email?
  • What do you think a wire antenna or vertical?
  • I bought one note can I get my money back now that it’s free?
  • Can I get arrested for downloading music from BitTorrent?
  • Can I have an XP machine safely in my network if I don’t allow it online?
  • Have you heard ham radio operators in space?
  • What do you think about use of robots do they save lives or take jobs?
  • What do you think of using cell phones instead of FM and TV for Amber Alerts?

The Cuckoo’s Egg

Today in this podcast we discuss Facebooks purchase of the WhatsApp and there plans for the company. We discussed Cliff Stoll book The Cuckoo’s Egg and security in the 1980’s compared to todays standards. We discuss Google’s plans for Google Fiber and how to get interest in your community. Microsoft officially rebrands Skydrive and Office Web Apps to make things less confusing for there users and customers.  Apple bringing the iTunes Festival stateside for the first time and we talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • Facebooks purchase of the WhatsApp
  • Cliff Stoll book The Cuckoo’s Egg
  • Google’s plans for Google Fiber
  • Microsoft officially rebrands Skydrive and Office Web Apps
  • Apple bringing the iTunes Festival stateside for the first time
  • Reddit Finds Owner of Decrepit GoPro That Washed Up on a Beach
  • Facebook’s Paper Falls Out of Apple’s Top 100 Free Apps
  • Two Ubuntu Phones Coming In 2014
  • Former Second Largest Linux Distributor Red Flag Software Has Shut Down
  • Google Acquires Israeli Security Startup SlickLogin

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • How can I protect my computer after Microsoft ends Windows XP support?
  • Why does my hbogo buffer so much on my cable internet?
  • Will Microsoft stop supporting Windows Vista?
  • How can I install apps on my Android SD card?

The Cuckoo’s Egg

Today in this podcast we discuss Facebooks purchase of the WhatsApp and there plans for the company. We discussed Cliff Stoll book The Cuckoo’s Egg and security in the 1980’s compared to todays standards. We discuss Google’s plans for Google Fiber and how to get interest in your community. Microsoft officially rebrands Skydrive and Office Web Apps to make things less confusing for there users and customers.  Apple bringing the iTunes Festival stateside for the first time and we talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • Facebooks purchase of the WhatsApp
  • Cliff Stoll book The Cuckoo’s Egg
  • Google’s plans for Google Fiber
  • Microsoft officially rebrands Skydrive and Office Web Apps
  • Apple bringing the iTunes Festival stateside for the first time
  • Reddit Finds Owner of Decrepit GoPro That Washed Up on a Beach
  • Facebook’s Paper Falls Out of Apple’s Top 100 Free Apps
  • Two Ubuntu Phones Coming In 2014
  • Former Second Largest Linux Distributor Red Flag Software Has Shut Down
  • Google Acquires Israeli Security Startup SlickLogin

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • How can I protect my computer after Microsoft ends Windows XP support?
  • Why does my hbogo buffer so much on my cable internet?
  • Will Microsoft stop supporting Windows Vista?
  • How can I install apps on my Android SD card?

Microsofts Cloud Strategy

Today in this podcast we discuss Microsofts cloud strategy and how it’s different from Google’s and Apple’s strategy. There new CEO and board changes that affect both Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer. Microsoft making most of there money on enterprise software. Apple making most of there money on iPhone and iPad. We discuss Apple’s earnings report and talk about the technology news of the week and answer your questions.

Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…

  • Microsoft’s cloud strategy and enterprise software
  • Microsoft’s new board chairman and Bill Gates
  • Apple’s earnings report
  • House of cards Season 2
  • Tech News Of The Week

Join Me Today As I Answer Your Questions…

  • Will I continue to get Android updates with Lenovo owning Motorola?
  • Why doesn’t wireless charging work on my Galaxy Note 2?
  • What Windows tablet should I give as a Valentine’s gift?
  • How can I back up my text messages from my iPhone?
  • Is there a mod that prevents Google from spying on me?

Pathfinders PFRPG

  • Pathfinders PFRPG
  • ‘Doctor Who’ 50th Anniversary Special Will Hit U.S. Movie Theaters in 3D
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Trailer Unites a Trio of Heroes
  • New banner ads push actual Google results to bottom 12% of the screen
  • Apple Unveils iPad Air
  • Apple Announces Price, Release Date for Mac Pro
  • Apple Debuts New Retina MacBook Pro Line
  • Apple Launches OS Mavericks X, Now Available for Free
  • 200 Million Downloaded iOS 7 in First 5 Days
  • Amazon Raises Free Shipping Minimum for First Time in a Decade
  • Microsoft Reportedly Testing Google Glass Competitor
  • Google Buys France’s FlexyCore for $23 Million
  • Netflix making 4 series with Marvel first is DareDevil
  • Netflix Now Has More Than 40 Million Members
  • Twitter Arrives on TV in India
  • Google Launches ‘Project Shield’ to Defend Against Cyberattacks
  • Facebook Average Referral Traffic to Media Sites Up 170% This Year
  • Gmail Login Page Redesign Rolling Out
  • Apple Issues MacBook Air Recall to Replace Failing Flash Drives
  • Facebook Suffers Sitewide Errors for Many Users
  • Dell Ad Says Windows 8.1 Apps Will Run On Xbox One
  • New York City To Get Manhole Covers That Wirelessly Charge Electric Vehicles
  • IE 11 Breaks Rendering For Google Products, and Outlook Too
  • Wikipedia’s Participation Problem
  • Wikipedia Actively Battling PR Sockpuppets
  • Pandora Streaming on chromecast
  • Firefox’s Blocked-By-Default Java Isn’t Going Down Well
  • First ever Malware for Firefox Mobile OS developed by Researcher
  • Backdoor found in Chinese Tenda Wireless Routers, allows Root access to Hackers
  • Cryptoseal VPN Service shuts down over legal concerns after Lavabit case
  • Hacker stole $100,000 from Users of California based ISP using SQL Injection
  • Simple, but Critical vulnerability in Verizon Portal revealed users’ SMS History
  • PHP scripting official website has Malware, says Google
  • FedEx Simplifies Shipping for Small Businesses
  • Amazon Now Has More Than 100,000 Employees
  • Can I use group policy to allow users to install java/flash/shockwave updates?
  • How can I access my system recovery partition on dell laptop?
  • I have an hp dc5000 mt, and had to replace the motherboard and now i’m getting the message:
  • 1801-Missing or invalid processor microcode update. Please contact HP company for a new microcode update to support the new processor stepping. What can I do?
  • Can I upgrade my laptop from tiger to mountain lion?
  • My computer will not let me upgrade java?

Kanzenshuu Anime

  • Government Shutdown
  • Nirvava Possible Hall Of Fame Induction
  • Newlyweds Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger Haunt in ‘Let Me Go’ Video
  • SiriusXM loses Clear Channel Channels
  • Kanzenshuu Anime
  • Nikon Offers First DSLR With Wifi, GPS
  • NSA Gathers Millions of Email and IM Contact Lists
  • Yes, Apple and the NSA Can Read Your iMessages
  • Windows 8.1 released
  • T-Mobile CEO’s Tweet Foreshadows Carrier’s iPad Plans
  • Twitter Hires Google Advertising Executive Ahead of IPO
  • Acer Already Has a Second-Gen 8-Inch Windows Tablet, the Iconia W4
  • Intel CEO Says $99 Tablets Are Coming This Holiday Season
  • Facebook Lowers Age Rule to Allow Teens to Post Publicly
  • Twitter to List With the New York Stock Exchange
  • Pinterest Drives More Traffic to Publishers Than Twitter, LinkedIn, Reddit Combined
  • Apple Hires Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts as Head of Retail
  • Google Play Redesign Highlights Tablet Apps
  • Sony Pictures to Produce Netflix’s Next Big Show
  • Netflix: Coming Soon to Your Cable Set-Top Box?
  • Rumor: Apple to Offer 12-Inch Retina MacBook in 2014
  • Foursquare Opens Up Advertising to All Businesses
  • ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ Getting Free-to-Play Mobile Game
  • Yahoo Acquires Bread, and Now the URL Shortener Is Toast
  • Visual Studio 2013 Released
  • Ubuntu, Kubuntu 13.10 Released
  • Canonical announced its free Ubuntu 13.10 Linux operating system (OS) release, on the same day as Microsoft’s remedial Windows 8.1 service pack update.
  • Google To Support Windows XP Longer Than Microsoft
  • Oracle Attacks Open Source; Says Community-Developed Code Is Inferior
  • Google Fiber Partially Reverses Server Ban
  • Broadcom Laying Off LTE and Modem Design Employees
  • Facebook Buys Israeli Mobile Analytics Startup Onavo
  • Xerox “Routine Backup Test” Leave 17 States Without Food Stamps
  • Hulu hires Fox TV exec Mike Hopkins as CEO
  • LinkedIn debuts new apps for recruiters and employers
  • D-Link Router Backdoor Vulnerability Allows Full Access To Settings
  • 35,000 websites hacked using an exploit in vBulletin Forum Software
  • You may find down, due to a massive DDoS attack
  • Adobe source code was parked on Hacker’s server
  • Whatsapp, Avira and AVG websites hacked and defaced with pro-Palestinian message
  • World’s 3rd Largest Chinese Bitcoin exchange hit by 100Gbps DDoS attack
  • Metasploit website Hacked just by sending a spoofed DNS change request via Fax to Domain Registrar
  • Vulnerability in WhatsApp allows decrypting user messages
  • What did you think of first episode of walking dead?
  • How can I send email as SMS to an iPhone?
  • Should I update my iPad with iOS 7?
  • I want have guest on my video podcast what’s best software to use?
  • How can I save my iGoogle settings?
  • How can I setup a pop mail service?
  • Did you like where they went with Haven?
  • Will you be watching TNA Bound for Glory?

SEO Strategies

  • SEO Strategies
  • Tom Clancy Dies at 66
  • Kim Dotcom Sues New Zealand for $4.85 Million
  • Netflix Wins Two Emmys for ‘House of Cards’ Over Major TV Dramas
  • AMC Announces ‘Walking Dead’ Spinoff Series: ‘Spread the Dead’
  • Microsoft Surface Promotion Offers iPad Owners a Trade-In Deal
  • FBI Admits It Controlled Tor Servers Behind Mass Malware Attack
  • At $72B, Bill Gates is richest American for 20th straight year
  • Netflix follows the pirates to decide which shows to pick up
  • Android WebView vulnerability allows hacker to install malicious apps
  • NSA Intelligence Agency spies on International Credit Card Transactions including Visa
  • Russian Hacker put up an Android Firefox Zero-Day Exploit for Sale
  • Hackers can easily hijack your eBay account in just 1 Minute
  • Wikileaks server sold out to a Teen, who buy it for $33,000 from his Dad’s eBay account
  • Google will not remove The Pirate Bay Homepage, refused DMCA request
  • Microsoft Increases Dividend, Plans New $40 Billion Buyback Program
  • Facebook Has a Quarter of a Trillion User Photos
  • Microsoft Reveals New Abstract Bing Logo
  • Google Buys Bump, Maker of Contact Info Exchange App
  • Grand Theft Auto 5 Released Servers Struggling
  • Old Washington Post Building being remodeled by Trump into 200 million luxury hotel
  • 80th Anniversary of the Collins Radio Company
  • Adobe Launches Photoshop Photography Program with Special Offer
  • Amazon Instant Video Gets AirPlay Support on Apple TV
  • Internet Explorer zero-day exploit prompts Microsoft to publish emergency Fix it
  • Hulu inks deal with BBC for 144 shows, including ‘Doctor Who’
  • Android engineering manager is Yahoo’s latest acquisition
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1 free to Windows 8 users, $119.99 and up for others
  • Windows 8.1 Now Available for Pre-Orders
  • Pandora Gets a New Logo, Redesigned iOS Apps
  • Grand Theft Auto V’ Sales Hit $800 Million in One Day
  • Yahoo Pushes Out Refreshed News App for iOS 7
  • Facebook Launches Redesigned Mobile App for iOS 7
  • Google Launches New Company, Calico, to Extend the Human Life Span
  • BlackBerry May Lay Off 40% of Staff This Year
  • Microsoft Offers Revamped Internet Explorer 11 Preview for Windows 7 Users
  • Linus Torvalds Admits He’s Been Asked To Insert Backdoor Into Linux
  • As iGoogle Nears Its End, ‘My Yahoo’ Gets Beautiful Redesign
  • BlackBerry Sold Less Than 2 Million BB10 Smartphones Last Quarter
  • Report: Top Microsoft Investors Lobbying for Bill Gates’ Resignation Gates stock to be sold off by 2018
  • Hulu Plus Now Available on Google Chromecast
  • Dell Unveils Venue Line of Android and Windows Tablets
  • PayPal Mobile App Lets You Order Ahead at Restaurant
  • Can I install a blu-ray player into my laptop?
  • How can I backup my Android phone?
  • What’s the best laptop that’s also a tablet?
  • I installed new drive in my mac why can’t I format it?
  • What external dns servers can I use besides my isp?

Car Dealers vs the Web: GM Shifts Toward Online Purchasing

  • Government Shutdown Affecting Technology
  • Car Dealers vs the Web: GM Shifts Toward Online Purchasing
  • BlackBerry Sued For Allegedly Misleading Investors About BB10
  • How Spotify Engineered the New Music Economy
  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Commemorates Anniversary of Steve Jobs’ Death
  • Apple Buys Assistant App Cue
  • Instagrams Starts Rolling Out Ads
  • Schools Streaming Board Meetings Live
  • Siri’s Voice Actor Comes Forward: It Was ‘Creepy’ at First
  • Microsoft Exec Says Xbox One Kinect Is Not Built For Advertising
  • MasterCard Joining Push For Fingerprint ID Standard
  • Microsoft Reportedly Seeks To Put Windows Phone On Android Devices
  • iPhone 5S’ Fingerprint flaw allows hacker to hijack your Apple account too
  • How NSA tracking Tor users through Google ads
  • Adobe Hacked, 3 Million Customers’ data stolen along with credit/debit cards
  • Bitcoin Forum hacked, users requested to change their passwords
  • CTRL+Alt+Delete was a mistake
  • Juno Needs Radio Amateurs!
  • How DirecTV Overhauled Its 800-Person IT Group With a Game
  • No FiOS In Boston? We’ll Make an Ad Anyway
  • Microsoft Hands Out $28k In IE11 Bug Bounty Program
  • T-Mobile Announces Free Data Roaming And Texts in 100 Countries
  • Twitter IPO Will Launch Nov. 15
  • Eminem’s ‘Survival’ Video Shows Off ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ Footage
  • Flickr iOS Update Automatically Uploads Photos From Your Camera Roll
  • Comcast Subscribers Can Soon Watch TV via Twitter
  • Apple Will Unveil New iPads at Oct. 22 Event
  • Google’s Eric Schmidt: Android Is More Secure Than iPhone
  • Google Adds TV Episodes and Schedules to Search Results
  • ‘GTA V’ Shatters 7 Guinness World Records
  • Amazon Takes on PayPal With Its Own Checkout Service
  • Yahoo Finally Launches Bug Bounty Program to Reward Hackers
  • Evernote Begins Selling Branded Bags, Scanners and Socks
  • Yahoo Stock Tops $30 for First Time Since 2008
  • Apple’s own Encryption Mechanism allows hacker to create an Undetectable Mac OS X Malware
  • My company is thinking about going to exchange server how does it work?
  • I have a computer business and I am looking to expand what business ideas do you have?
  • Is there anyway I can sell isp service?
  • I need to buy ac unit for my small datacenter what do you recommend?
  • I am programming is php but my job wants me to use python is there quick way to learn it?
  • What’s a good program for practicing for certification exams?
  • I just got my ham licence what kind of radio should I buy?

Open-Source Python Code

  • Open-Source Python Code Shows Lowest Defect Density and talking about python language and structure.
  • Yahoo Finally Unveils its New Logo
  • Best Buy CEO Dumps Large Stake to Pay for Divorce
  • Google Glass App Store Coming Next Year
  • Apple holding press event on September 10th
  • Users Revolt Over Yahoo Groups Update
  • Kim Dotcom Resigns From Mega To Fight Extradition, Run For Office
  • Xbox One Set To Launch On November 22
  • SUSE’s LibreOffice Core Team Moves To Collabora
  • Android 4.4 Named ‘KitKat’
  • Amazon Finally Bundles Ebooks With Printed Books
  • Intel Launches Core I7-4960X Flagship CPU
  • Yahoo Pulls Out of China
  • Official: Microsoft To Acquire Nokia Devices and Services Business
  • Linux 3.11 Released
  • Kubuntu Announces Commercial Support
  • Lenovo CEO Shares $3 Million Bonus With Workers
  • AT&T Maintains Call Database For the DEA Going Back To 1987
  • Apple Now Relaying All FaceTime Calls Due To Lost Patent Dispute
  • John McCain Played ‘VIP Poker’ During Syria Bombing Hearing
  • ‘Washington Post’ Staff Reacts to Jeff Bezos’ First Visit to Newsroom
  • New Amazon Paperwhite Makes Whites Whiter
  • Amazon Adds Ability to Buy Goods From Within Mobile Apps
  • BlackBerry May Spin Off BBM Into New Company
  • Vulnerability allowed hacker to Delete any Facebook Photo; Rewarded with $12,500 for reporting bug
  • Apple Mac OS X Vulnerability enables Root User to Hackers by resetting the clock
  • CISCO vulnerability allows remote attacker to take control of Windows system
  • New York Times, Twitter and Huffington Post Domains hijacked by Syrian Electronic Army
  • Java 6 vulnerable to zero-day exploit
  • Patched Safari bug being exploited by hackers
  • Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion updated to support Mavericks, and more
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy to orbit on ‘Dancing With the Stars’
  • CBS, Time Warner Cable reach agreement, end blackout
  • Twitter Preparing For $15 Billion 2014 IPO, Say Sources
  • Kodak emerges from bankruptcy with new focus
  • Microsoft sets out to build $250M data center in Finland
  • Digg arrives on Android
  • ‘Transformers 4′ gets official name: ‘Age of Extinction’ 6-27-14
  • Jurassic Park 4 announced
  • Breaking bad spinoff
  • Google Chrome Turned 5
  • Microsoft Botches More Patches In Latest Automatic Update
  • Linus Responds To RdRand Petition With Scorn
  • Finally Adds IMAP Support
  • What app or website can I store photos for my kids to have when there older?
  • What’s the best security camera?
  • Why does the number lock turn off on every reboot?
  • How do I get rid of the FBI MoneyPack virus?
  • Wake On Lan not working on my laptop?

Microsoft Technet Discontinued

  • Steve Ballmer Leaving Microsoft
  • Microsoft Technet Discontinued
  • Windows Phone Strategies
  • Huffington post taking away anonymous post.
  • Ben Afflack next batman
  • Time correspondent under fire for tweet suggesting Assange be killed in drone strike
  • Kim Kardashian Pops Up With Instagram Co-Founder Kevin Systrom: Picture
  • Beats Wants to End Partnership With HTC
  • Startup Aims to Put Your Next Item of Underwear on Video
  • This Virus Creates Fake Followers on Instagram
  • Facebook Hacker Breaks Into Zuckerberg’s Timeline to Report Bug
  • AOL to Axe Up to 500 Patch Employees
  • A Vine Party for Robert De Niro’s 70th Birthday
  • HBO Releases Unseen ‘Game of Thrones’ Footage
  • Wikileaks Releases A Massive “Insurance” File That No One Can Open
  • Google To Encrypt Cloud Storage Data By Default
  • Netflix Comes To Linux Web Browsers Via ‘Pipelight’
  • PlayStation 4 Will Be Running Modified FreeBSD
  • Amazon Angling For Same-Day Delivery Beyond Groceries
  • Instagram “Likes” Worth More Than Stolen Credit Cards
  • Security Researcher Makes His Point By Hacking Into Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page
  • Google Outage: Internet Traffic Plunges 40%
  • Alexis Ohanian Leaks First Excerpt of His Book on Reddit
  • Conde Nast Begins Outsourcing Subscriptions to Amazon
  • Twitter: No Accounts Compromised in Major Leak
  • Xbox One Will Launch With Battlefield 4 and 22 More Games
  • Barnes & Noble’s Nook Sales Tank 20%, But More Nooks Are Coming
  • Ubuntu Edge May Have Just Set the Crowdfunding Record
  • Is Back Up After Rare Outage
  • Next Amazon Kindle Fire HD Specs May Include 2560 x 1600 Display
  • Twitter Hires Google Exec to Lead Entertainment Ad Sales
  • Groupon Offers a Cut to Publishers Running Ads for Deals
  • PlayStation 4 launches on November 15
  • Problem for Bezos: Mall Becoming Cheaper Than Amazon
  • Apple Buys Transit App Maker Embark
  • A former FedEx employee has gone rogue and started a company that exploits the fine print in a package delivery contract to claim refunds.
  • LinkedIn Redesigns Group Pages
  • Facebook to Provide Free Photos for Businesses to Use in Ads
  • Instagram Comes to Windows Phones
  • Gadget Catches Students Cheating With Their Phones
  • PayPal Testing Face-Verification System for Mobile Payments
  • Nasdaq Halts Trading Because of Technical Glitch
  • Amazon Offers 25% Discount on Kindle Fire
  • Yahoo Gets More U.S. Visitors Than Google for First Time Since 2011
  • Apple iCloud Is Down for Some Users
  • Is there a better way to search in Windows Explorer?
  • How can I set up multiple RSS feeds on my WordPress site?
  • How can I stream from my tablet using Chromecast?
  • How can I replace the LCD screen on my laptop cheap?
  • Can I use my smartphone as a hotspot?
  • How can find what’s taking up my hard drive space?

Instant Gratification Era

  • Benzo Plans change newspaper industry with targeted news
  • Recycling Bins Track Passing People via Wi-Fi
  • Targeted Marketing and Content Google and Twit Network
  • Instant Gratification Era
  • Social Networking Changing Local News Showing
  • Hurricane Sandy Spotters with Twitter Feeds and Cameras
  • Women having baby in hospital news site just played security video
  • Politicians years from now not going to keep everything private
  • HTC Features Robert Downey Jr. in Bizarre New Ad Campaign
  • The Pirate Bay Celebrates Its 10th Birthday With New Web Browser
  • Yahoo to Pay Tumblr’s David Karp $81 Million to Stay for 4 Years
  • 1/3 of ‘Pirate Bay’ Traffic Comes From the U.S.
  • Next iPhone to Be Unveiled Sept. 10, Report Says
  • AOL to Lay Off Hundreds of Patch Employees Next Week
  • Google Play Books for iOS Now Rents Textbooks
  • BlackBerry Rises on Report Company May Go Private
  • Rdio Introduces Personalized Stations
  • Former Microsoft Exec Dies in Connecticut Plane Crash
  • Zuckerberg Among Donors to Christie, Booker’s Campaigns
  • Microsoft Is Working On a Cloud Operating System For the US Government
  • SoundCloud and Google+ Team Up for Embedded Posts
  • Linus Torvalds Celebrates 20 Years of Windows 3.11 With Linux 3.11-rc5 Launch
  • BlackBerry Has Sought Buyers Since 2012
  • BlackBerry Officially Open To Sale
  • All Bitcoin Wallets On Android Vulnerable To Theft
  • Senate Opens Bitcoin Investigation
  • Lenovo Ships More Mobile Devices Than PCs for First Time
  • Facebook Testing PayPal Rival for Mobile App Purchases
  • Google+ Updates Android App With New Location, Photo Features
  • WWE Unveils Social Hub, Google Glass Integration for SummerSlam
  • YouTube Debuts New Windows Phone App After Microsoft-Google Battle
  • Google’s Position on Email Privacy Misrepresented by Media Reports
  • The New York Times’ website and iOS apps
  • Baby monitors get hacked
  • Terrorist using encrypted message boards and chatrooms for planning
  • Apple Stock Hits $500 for First Time in More Than 6 Months
  • Windows 8.1 Update Ready for Download on Oct. 17
  • Apple Acquires Video Discovery Service
  • AOL CEO Apologizes for Firing Patch Exec in Front of Hundreds of Employees
  • VMware CEO: OpenStack Is Not For the Enterprise
  • Cisco Slashes 4,000 Jobs
  • Amazon Reports $7 Million Net Loss in Q2, Stock Falls Below $300
  • Samsung’s Smart Watch Coming Sept. 4
  • Zynga CEO Shakes Up Management
  • What are the best alternatives to Adobe Creative Cloud?
  • Should I used unix or linux for my web and email server?
  • How can I listen to my iPod in the car with no auxiliary jack?
  • What is ransomware?

Homes for Hackers

  • Homes for Hackers
  • 2600 Magazine
  • Will Smith Not in New Independence Day 2
  • WikiLeak Movie
  • Uneasy feeling at Defcon over spot the fed t-shirts exc
  • Shark Week On Discovery Channel Balloon for top view of shark jump matrix style camera
  • Jeff Benzo Buys Washington Post
  • Apple to Replace USB Power Adapters
  • WWE crowns ‘Hack-a-thon’ winner
  • Inside Google Ventures’ Open Source Product Design Process
  • YouTube Adds Play Icon To Page Titles To Show Which Tabs Are Making Noise
  • Microsoft Cuts Surface Pro Price By $100
  • New York Times Sells Boston Globe At 93% Loss
  • Spotify Browse Brings Themed Playlists to Your Smartphone
  • Google Adds Touch Controls to Chrome Browser Test Build
  • Hulu Debuts Original Comedy Western Series ‘Quick Draw’
  • Kickstarter Officially Opens in Canada
  • SimCity Coming to Mac Aug. 29
  • Samsung to Unveil Galaxy Note 3 on Sept. 4
  • Facebook Hires First Chief Marketing Officer
  • LinkedIn Lets You Apply for Jobs on Your Phone
  • Obama Administration Vetoes Import Ban on Select Apple Devices
  • HP LaserJet Pro Printers remotely exploitable to gain unauthorized access to Wi-Fi and Printer Data
  • Microsoft’s Social network Yammer vulnerable to OAuth Bypass hack
  • Vulnerability found in Apple’s iOS can hide malicious code inside apps
  • Firefox 23 Arrives With New Logo, Mixed Content Blocker, and Network Monitor
  • TOR Wants You To Stop Using Windows, Disable JavaScript
  • Twitter a driver for television ratings, study finds
  • Facebook: Here’s How Your News Feed Works
  • Wikipedia Editor Traced to U.S. Senate Changes Snowden’s Bio to ‘Traitor’
  • Forensic Experts Poke Holes in Snapchat and Facebook
  • Yahoo to Debut New Logo After 30 Days of Runners-Up
  • Microsoft Files Patent for Augmented Reality Gaming Glasses
  • AOL Acquires for $405 Million to Boost Video Ad Revenue
  • YouTube’s Founders Challenge Vine and Instagram with New Video App
  • Prescription Packaging Alerts You When Meds Expire
  • What would be the best smartphone for a Linux geek?
  • Why are eBooks so terribly laid out?
  • Do I have any choices for Internet other than cable?
  • How can I get LinkedIn to stop spamming me?
  • How can I keep my unlimited data plan?
  • How can I turn off Google Voice?

Chromecast Part2

  • More On Chromecast
  • Apple Eco System why people don’t want move Android
  • Apple TV buying videos rather than renting or streaming
  • Roku different design then Apple TV model
  • Apple hardware venter Droid and Kindle make money on using device
  • Getting away from physical media not letting you share movies unless you give password account
  • Apple Not Upgrading ipad mini till next year but maybe rentra display this year
  • Android Multi User Where iPad does not allow multu user accounts
  • Netflix received 14 Emmy nominations this year for their two original series, “House of Cards” and “Arrested Development.”
  • Companies selling vms get away from appliances
  • Wii Outselling Wii U, Only 160,000 Units Shipped Last Quarter
  • Early Surface Sales Pitiful
  • Asus CEO On Windows RT: “We’re Out.”
  • Obama Praises Amazon At One of Its Controversial Warehouses
  • Sad Day In FarmVille: Facebook’s New Game Developer Program Could Troub
  • Microsoft debuts Office Mobile app for Android smartphones
  • Microsoft relinquishes SkyDrive brand
  • At Starbucks, AT&T is out and Google is in for Wi-Fi
  • HP launches Android-based SlateBook ‘PC’
  • HBO on Chromecast to make ‘Game of Thrones’ more portable?
  • Former Mozilla CEO to head security-software maker AVG
  • Pinterest adds animated pinning shortcut to iOS app
  • Foursquare Selling Its Location Data Through Ad Targeting Firm Turn
  • Military judge finds Manning guilty of most charges
  • Amazon Aims for Kids With Five Additional Pilot Orders
  • Zynga reportedly lost three top execs this month
  • Netflix subscribers still watching just as much TV
  • Michael Dell plans to stay with company if his buyout bid fails
  • Adobe Buys Satellite For Tag Management Technology, Makes Deeper Move Into Marketing And Ad Tech
  • Cisco To Acquire Sourcefire For $2.7 Billion
  • Apple iPhones and iPads vulnerable to hacking via malicious Chargers
  • Google Starts Upgrading Its SSL Certificates To 2048-bit Keys
  • FreeBSD, Ubuntu Offer Same NVIDIA OpenGL Support As Windows
  • How Do I Disable Java in All Your Web Browsers at Once?
  • What free antivirus should I use on my Android phone?
  • Why is my battery life so bad on the Galaxy S3?
  • How can I root my Android Phone?
  • How can I partition my hard drive partition and keep windows and linux?
  • How can I duel boot my mac so I have mac and windows and linux?

Chromecast Part1

  • Chromecast
  • Windows Desktop OS 400,000,000 Copies Windows 40% XP
  • Microsoft Reorganization
  • Famed ATM Hacker Barnaby Jack Dies Days Before Black Hat Conference
  • Wikipedia Rolls Out Mobile Editing For All Users
  • BlackBerry Cuts 250 Workers, Calls It Efficiency
  • Zuckerberg: Ads On Instagram “When the Right Time Comes”
  • Ubuntu Forum Security Breach Ubuntu Forums hacked 2 million user’s personal Information compromised
  • FreeBSD Co-founder Jordan Hubbard Leaves Apple To Join iXsystems
  • 13-Inch Haswell-Powered MacBook Air With PCIe SSD Tested
  • Apple Profit Falls 22% But iPhone Sales Are Up
  • New Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Service Packs Roll Out –
  • Cisco To Acquire Sourcefire For $2.7 Billion
  • Google Launches Cloud Printer Service For Windows
  • Canonical Seeks $32 Million To Make Ubuntu Smartphone –
  • Ubuntu Edge smartphone raises $4.8M (and can now be reserved for $675)
  • Russian Hackers charged for stealing 160 million Credit Cards
  • Free calling app ‘Viber’ website defaced; database hacked by SEA
  • Apple’s Developer Center Offline for 32 Hours; Compromised ?
  • Massive Database from Tango messenger server hacked by Syrian Electronic Army
  • Anonymous hackers exposes details of U.S FEMA contractors
  • Symantec spots two Android apps using ‘master key’ vulnerability
  • Oracle Sues Companies It Says Provide Solaris OS Support In Illegal Manner
  • Netflix scores Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and more Time Warner content
  • Ballmer admits Microsoft built too many Surface RTs, disappointed with Windows sales
  • Google announces thinner, lighter Nexus 7 with higher-res screen starting at $230 on July 30th
  • Samsung overtakes Apple as world’s most profitable phone maker
  • Samsung posts record $8.5B profit as mobile business shrinks
  • New Zynga CEO plans to take Candy Crush’s sweet spot
  • Facebook revenue jumps 53% with strong mobile growth; stock soars 20%
  • Am I old enough to sell on eBay?
  • How do I remove browser plugins in Safari?
  • What’s the best cloud storage backup for external drives?
  • Do I need to reinstall Windows after replacing my motherboard?
  • How can I make professional graphics for use in videos?
  • Why does my computer keep asking me to insert the boot drive?
  • What’s the best slideshow program?

World Security Expo

  • World Security Expo
  • BYOD
  • Securing the Device or the data
  • New 2600 Movie –
  • HTML 5
  • Single Sign on
  • Identity Management Solutions
  • Working 40 Meters on HF
  • Ubuntu Phone / TV / Desktop / Server
  • Yahoo Board Approves a $1.1B Pricetag For Tumblr
  • Yahoo Pinkie-Swears It Won’t Ruin Tumblr
  • Yahoo Joins Growing List of Bidders For Hulu
  • Google Drops XMPP Support
  • Goodbye, Lotus 1-2-3
  • Fast and Furious 6 Released
  • Microsoft Unveils New Xbox
  • New Android malware intercepts incoming text messages, silently forwards them on to criminals
  • Apple fixes 41 iTunes security flaws, some more than a year old
  • Blueprints of Australia’s top spy agency headquarters stolen by Chinese hackers
  • Microsoft Spying in on Skype conversations
  • Twitter moving to two factor authentication
  • Chinese hackers who breached Google in 2010 gained access to thousands of surveillance orders
  • NYPD detective accused of hiring email hackers
  • Apple 1 breaks auction record, goes for $671,400
  • Google to build YouTube app for Windows Phone 8
  • Google Acquires Kite-Power Generator
  • FiOS User Finds Limit of ‘Unlimited’ Data Plan: 77 TB/Month
  • Google may build wireless networks in emerging markets, WSJ says
  • Flickr’s revamped site hit by performance problems
  • Foursquare partners with Gnip to sell check-in stream
  • Apple’s WWDC keynote scheduled for June 10
  • Broadcom unveils new 5G Wi-Fi chips for PCs, tablets, phones
  • Google set to upgrade its SSL certs
  • Should I buy a Mac or wait?
  • How do I set a location based reminder in Android?
  • Could I text with an iPod?
  • How could I create my own Roku channel?
  • How can I monetize a podcast?
  • How can I create videos with Apple iMac?
  • Is there a universal remote control to eliminate having several remotes?

Star Trek

  • May 11th US Armed Forces Day
  • Star Trek
  • Pretty Good Privacy – Mailvelope or Safegmail
  • Downloadify Removed From Chrome Web Store
  • Hemlock Grove Pays Off For Netflixs
  • Washington Court Data Breach Exposes 160K SSNs
  • Eight Indicted in $45 Million ATM Heists
  • Microsoft to Patch IE Flaw, 9 Others Next Week
  • Google Has Aggressive Plans for Strong Authentication
  • Boston Replacing Microsoft Exchange With Google Apps
  • World of Warcraft Loses 1.3 Million Players in First Quarter of 2013
  • Microsoft May Acquire Nook Tablet Business From Barnes and Noble
  • The Onion Describes How the SEA Hacked Its Systems
  • Microsoft’s Most Profitable Mobile Operating System: Android
  • Tool Reveals iPad and iPhone User Locations
  • Resets All Passwords Following Security Breach
  • Adobe’s Creative Cloud Illustrates How the Cloud Costs You More
  • Facebook in talks to buy Israel’s Waze for up to $1 billion
  • AT&T launches new prepaid company AIO Wireless
  • Microsoft Mulling Nook Media LLC Purchase For $1 Billion
  • WWE partnering with Yahoo what that mean for YouTube
  • Yahoo reportedly looking to dump Microsoft search pact
  • Amazon cloud photos app hits iOS, syncs with camera roll
  • YouTube begins paid subscription pilot
  • FCC proposes freeing up more spectrum for in-flight Wi-Fi
  • What’s the best microphone for recording to the iPod Touch?
  • What Bluetooth headphones do you recommend? – Kinivo
  • What’s the best OS to run in BootCamp?
  • Can I migrate my contacts and e-mail from outlook 2007 to windows live?
  • How do I import blackberry contacts?
  • What’s the best place to start an internet radio station?
  • Is there a way to watch the NFL on the Roku?

US Armed Forces Day

  • May 11th US Armed Forces Day
  • June 21 – 22 Field Day
  • Iron Man 3
  • Star Trek Trailer
  • Microsoft System Center To Prepare Your Environment For Cloud
  • Chinese Hackers Steal Info from top secret U.S military data
  • Bitcoin mining malware found in E-Sports Entertainment (ESEA) software
  • World’s most secure messaging service offers £10,000 if you crack it
  • Netflix loses 2000 titles
  • Sirius XM Channel Lineup Change
  • Google pays $31,336 bounty to hacker for reporting critical vulnerabilities in Chrome
  • The Pirate Bay co-founder charged for hacking and stealing money
  • Amazon Kindle Fire to go 10-inch
  • Spyware used by governments poses as Firefox, and Mozilla is angry
  • Google Now For The iPhone
  • Google Fiber Sparks Yet Another Gigabit Internet Service
  • YouTube users now watch 6 billion hours of videos a month
  • Netflix continues its original programming onslaught with ‘Orange is the New Black’ on July 11th
  • Check Those Check-ins: Foursquare To Start Selling Your Data
  • Barnes & Noble adds Google Play store to its tablets
  • Google adds remote desktop Hangouts to Google+
  • Blockbuster rolls out iOS app
  • Apple counting up to 50 billion App Store downloads
  • Facebook puts account security in the hands of your friends
  • Fedora 19 To Stop Masking Passwords
  • Staples Starts Selling 3-D Printer
  • Lenovo To Drop Iomega Brand On Joint EMC Products
  • Google bans Facebook and other self updating Android apps
  • How can I get my business undeleted from Google?
  • Is there a PC cleaner that will get rid of my viruses?
  • Should I buy a slingbox?
  • My favorite soap is now on hulu how can I watch it on my TV?
  • Do I need a SIM card for a Verizon phone?
  • Why does my computer shut down while playing games?
  • How do I get my iTunes music into Android?
  • How can I offline spotify?

Wearable Computing

  • Wearable Computing
  • Netflix’s ‘Hemlock Grove’ Releases Creepy New Trailer
  • HBO Go “maybe,” “could” evolve into a broadband-based subscription
  • New OS X Trojan Adware Injects Ads Into Chrome, Firefox, Safari
  • Google Fiber Expands To Olathe, Kansas
  • Apple Hires Former Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch
  • YouTube breaks records with 1 billion monthly users
  • Google boasts 4 billion hours of YouTube viewing per month
  • Apple Releases iOS 6.1.3
  • The Washington Post To Charge Frequent Users Of Its Web Site
  • Senate embraces Internet taxes
  • Google Glass: Orwellian surveillance with fluffier branding
  • Google Glass: The opposition grows
  • Dropbox acquires Mailbox
  • New Star Trek Trailer Up
  • Samsung to open 41 stores in the Caribbean
  • Julius Genachowski  FCC chairman Steps Down
  • Apple ID password reset exploit reportedly in the wild
  • Apple adds two-factor authentication to iCloud and Apple ID
  • WWE Paul Bearer
  • BBC Weather’s Twitter Hijacked By Pro-Assad Hackers
  • Botnet steals ‘millions of dollars from advertisers’
  • China chooses Ubuntu as state-endorsed operating system
  • Mailbox e-mail app signs up 1 million users
  • Apple leads, Dropbox gains in cloud storage wars
  • Massive cyber attack on South Korean banks and TV broadcasters
  • New James Bond Coming Out In 3 Years
  • World War Z
  • Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recovers Apollo spacecraft engines from the bottom of the ocean
  • Windows 7 SP1 Update to Be Forced Onto Everyone Today
  • FCC cracks down on campaign robocalls to cell phones
  • Reddit launches first original video series: ‘Explain Like I’m Five’
  • Google Play Store may be getting subscription News section
  • Windows XP getting blue screen after removing rootkit?
  • I am upgrading from XP to Windows 8 will it be slow?
  • How do I print from a tablet or smartphone?
  • How can I get rid of the echo I’m getting on my laptop?
  • How can I get a system restore disc?
  • Why did my computer start crashing after installing Windows 7?
  • Why do my Craigslist postings keep getting flagged?
  • I keep getting fake Paypal emails in yahoo?
  • How do I get video with my podcast?
  • How do I get rid of inappropriate content on reddit?

Bill Gates Video

  • Bill Gates Video
  • WikiLeaks: recording of Bradley Manning court testimony leaked
  • BitTorrent Premieres New Live Streaming Platform
  • Hackers Expose Jay-Z, Beyonce’s Financial Info
  • Denial-of-service attack takes down JP Morgan Chase sites
  • From ‘WarGames’ to Aaron Swartz: How U.S. anti-hacking law went astray
  • U.S. Calls On China To End Hacking; Start Cyberspace Dialogue
  • Reserve Bank of Australia Hacked by Chinese malware
  • ‘Weapons of Mass Destruction’ discussion lands at SXSW
  • Copyright Trolls Order WordPress To Disclose Critics’ IP Addresses
  • Hacker Skips SimCity Full-Time Network Requirement
  • Google Removing Ad-Blockers From Play
  • Apple releases OS X 10.8.3 and firmware updates
  • H&R Block Software Glitch To Delay 600,000 U.S. Tax Refunds
  • OpenSUSE 12.3 Is Out
  • Facebook to finally add hashtags
  • StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm Released
  • EA apologizes for ‘SimCity’ launch woes
  • Netflix kicks off $100K Cloud Prize competition
  • Aaron Swartz to be honored with freedom of information award
  • Petitions beg Google to reconsider closure of Reader
  • Dropbox acquires Mailbox, teases an email and cloud collaboration
  • Google Reader To Shut Down Along With Other Services
  • Samsung Unveils the Galaxy S4
  • Pandora Limits Free Streaming
  • Marvel free comics promotion called off after Comixology overwhelmed by demand
  • Netflix Gets Social With Facebook
  • Bill Gates Windows Phone Strategy
  • Firefox Will Disable Third-Party Cookies by Default
  • LG has no plans for Windows 8 Phone
  • House Of Cards Success For Netflix
  • Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7
  • Why does the internet get slow whenever I stream Netflix?
  • How can I watch DirecTV on the road?
  • How can I move video files on and off of my Samsung Galaxy?
  • Is it legal to record your own audio books and how do I do it on mac?
  • When I am at work I can’t get iHeartRadio and if I can constantly buffering?
  • What should I get for streaming radio pandora, spotify, shoutcast siriusxm?
  • Right Now I have direct tv and dsl I would like to consolidate to save money what can I do?
  • What equipment will I need to start a podcast?
  • Why am I getting lines across the screen of my iMac?

BitTorrent Launches Dropbox Alternative

  • BitTorrent Launches Dropbox Alternative
  • 10 Years After SQL Slammer Jan 25
  • Trojanized SSH Daemon In the Wild, Sending Passwords To Iceland
  • Julian Assange Pans WikiLeaks Movie
  • Microsoft Blames PC Makers For Windows Failure
  • How Newegg Saved Online Retail
  • New York Times says targeted by China hackers after Wen report
  • Office 2013 release
  • Bing rolls out five apps for Office 365 and Office 2013
  • House of Cards: Why Netflix’s $100 million gamble doesn’t fully pay off
  • Facebook Earnings Beat, Shares Sink: What’s the Deal?
  • Windows 8 60,000,000 copies
  • Dell founder reportedly plans to spend $1 billion of his own funds to regain control of company
  • Mozilla Recognized as Most Trusted Internet Company for Privacy
  • More Than A Dozen Brands Of Security Camera Systems Vulnerable To Hacker Hijacking
  • 150 Copyright Notices For Mega
  • Team GhostShell Exposes 700k accounts from African universities and businesses
  • Russian Hackers Behind Gozi Malware charged for Infecting Millions users
  • Anonymous hackers deface United States Sentencing Commission website
  • Hundreds of SSH Private Keys exposed via GitHub Search
  • Seagate reaches 1Tb per square inch, hard drive to reach 60TB capacity
  • Privacy at risk as Path app lets location data slip
  • Remote Root access vulnerability in Routers with Broadcom chipsets
  • Hackers breach Twitter and 250,000 accounts compromised
  • Win $13,500 bounty to hack Kim Dotcom’s Mega encryption
  • Buffer Overflow vulnerability in VLC media player
  • Chinese Hackers hit New York Times and Wall Street Journal
  • Netflix launches all 13 episodes of ‘House of Cards’
  • Temple Run 2 scores record as fastest-growing mobile game
  • Second life users wed
  • Verizon launches prepaid plans for 3G phones starting at $60
  • Apple, HBO reportedly in talks to bring HBO Go to Apple TV
  • How can I fix a corrupted virtual hard drive?
  • What’s the difference between Microsoft Office 2013 and Office 365?
  • How can I scan text into my computer?
  • How do I fix a failed Android update?
  • What bluetooth do you recommend for iphone?
  • How can I get my copy of Microsoft Office which I bought with my gateway installed on Windows 8?
  • How can I move iTunes to an external hard drive?
  • Can I replace a failed motherboard on my dell desktop computer and now I get windows Genuine Advantage?
  • I have a 4w handheld with a loose screw rattling around what should I do?
  • What do you recommend for 2 meter ham radio?