Stop Hackers and Extortionists And Lock Down Your Social Accounts Now! What to Do First When Your Hard Drive Has Read Errors! Securely Wipe Your Android Phone. Power Problems Causing Monitor Problems? Roku's Dolby Digital Fail!
Do Ferrite Cores Do Anything? We explain why those lumps on your cables are incredibly cool.
Just got a shiny new 3D Graphics Card with all the GDDR5 VRAM and the latest GPU? Well before and after you install that powerhouse here are the top things you need to with your new Graphics Card!
CES was filled with new products, and naggy lifestyle monitors, 4K UHD and HDTVs, and 3D printers were just the start! We couldn't fit it all in last week, so here's a few more notable things from CES, from Garmin, Wilson Electronics, and TP-Link!
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Patrick got some hands-on time with Sony's latest Xperia Android phone at CES 2014 this year - a device that sports a Snapdragon 800 processor, waterproofing down to 4.5 feet, a super-impressive 20+ MP camera and a lot more.
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It's time to get your tech sorted... our Top 5 New Year's Tech Resolutions will get you started! Google's giving away FREE Internet, our viewer wants to know if 5 MBps is enough. CES 2014: we're already amped to cover all the amazing new consumer electronics gear, from all the big companies... find out what we epect to find!
OpenDNS vs Google DNS vs your DNS: Will a DNS change make your Internet faster??? STOP Bad Xmas Videos with Filmriot's Ryan Connelly! Tools, online services, lights, kits... we've got a great list of last minute tech gifts for the geeks in your life. MyVideoLibrary? A cord cutting 'deal' you'll want to avoid!!! Google Voice Commands: you'll totally want to talk to your Android phone!
Google bought Boston Dynamics, the coolest robot company in the US, and Google's 8th robotics purchase in 6 months! Can the NSA track everybody via cookies and cell phones? Why we want G-Sync, Nvidia's new Anti-tear technology! Telephoto, wide angle, fish-eye, macro... we've got the ultimate iPhone camera lenses on the set. Your tablet picks for kids, we're excited about Steam OS, and the Ultimate Backpack Search resumes with Chrome's Bravo Night!
Recently, Shannon's had to take some serious new precautions to my own life as well as some of my loved ones. I'm not 'sharing' as much as I once did on Twitter, and I'm teaching my younger siblings to be a bit more secure with their internet behaviors... watch the video for her Top 5 online and social media security tips for the holidays!
Mmhabib wanted to know what the best tablet would be for his kids. The LeapPad or perhaps an iPad mini. Pat and Robert dig into the details of what makes a good kid friendly and kid-proof tablet.
William writes in, "I have a customer who some how or another unleashed the CryptoLocker trojan on his system. It encrypted the files on his system and the shared folder on the server. UBER SCARY! This thug company/person is holding the security key hostage for 72 hours. They claim it will be unencrypted if they pay them $300. Thoughts, reflections or just out and and out screwed." Oh boy... CryptoLocker is a big deal, and there's not a lot you can do to fight it. We talk about what you can do before your data gets locked down... and we suggest everybody read Destructive malware "CryptoLocker" on the loose - here's what to do and the CryptoLocker Ransomware Information Guide and FAQ.
Matthew writes in, "I'm in the market for a tablet. I'm finally going to break down and get one and I would like to know which one would be the best one for me. I like to surf the web, watch videos, and read magazines and newspapers. I have been looking at android and Windows tablets." We talk 8 vs. 10 inch tables, performance, screens, the strengths of Android, iOS, and Windows, why you might choose a particular flavor of Android, like Amazon's Kindle Fire series, along with our favorite tablet buys, and sites with great tablet reviews!
Gorgeous cars, sick trucks, useful tools, DIY doors... it's more of our picks from SEMA Show 2013! Quirky + GE = Pivot Power Genius (the smart power strip) and Spotter multipurpose sensor... super easy DIY home automation! Tired of the Apple TV remote turning on your MacBook? We can help. PDF files too big to email or download? We've got apps and websites that can compress 'em on the fly! These websites help you figure out if your Adobe account was leaked. Slow Food defined!
On this episode, using a password manager on a public PC, working with RAW files for free, 4k gaming, and more!
Steve wrote in, "How about a segment on mobile apps that use OTR?" You've got it! Find out how Off The Record messaging can protect your communications by encrypting them, ensuring the person you're getting a message from is who they say they are, and preventing outsiders... outside. There's a big list of software and distros that support OTR, we show how it works and how you can set it up in the video!
We finally found some awesome Bluetooth stereo earbuds: Jaybird's Bluebud X from Jaybird. Should we review Indiegogo and Kickstarter products? Apple's new iPads vs. Nokia/Microsoft's six new Windows phones, tablet and phablets! Surface Pro 2: Anandtech has an excellent review. EverDock: we go hands on with this Kickstarter success. Speaking of Kickstarter, check out Occipital's Structure Sensor 3D scanner for the iPad. Mike "was wondering is there any anti virus for the Mac...." matter of fact, there is, Mike, and we give you our pick from the dozens of OS X AV programs out there. Laurel wants to edit some travel videos using iMovie, "But i Movie doesn't seem to recognize .AVI." Can we help? Yes, yes we can. Traveling To China w/ Electronics: is much of the info about Internet abuse in China WILDLY exaggerated???
On this episode of Tekzilla, we review the Sonos Play:1, talk easy Gmail backup, auditing TrueCrypt, and much more!