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Everything from CES 2018

Posted on 10 January 2018 by Duncan McClean

Every year, the Consumers Electronic Show is on from the 9th to the 12th of January. It showcases the newest of technology from the biggest brands. This article is a round up of everything that has been announced during this years CES. Image Credit: CNET Bixby is coming to Samsung TVs During CES, Samsung has […]

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Download Everything from your Facebook Profile

Posted on 2 January 2018 by Duncan McClean

If you are wondering how to download everything from your Facebook account then you've come to the right place. Why would you want to download everything from your account? You're about to delete your Facebook account and want to keep everything. You want to download photos from a holiday but you don't want to download […]

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How To Setup OpenDNS on all your devices

Posted on 21 December 2017 by Duncan McClean

OpenDNS is a service which offers content filtering, protection against malware and preformance boosts.  OpenDNS works by providing DNS servers for you to use on all your devices. You can read more about it on the OpenDNS website. Setup on Windows 7, 8, 10 On the start menu, type in 'control'. This will open the […]

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5 Awesome Tech Presents for Christmas

Posted on 11 November 2017 by Duncan McClean

Christmas is fast approaching and it's about time you think about buying presents for friends and family. We've gathered a list of 5 awesome tech items to give to your friends this christmas. From Amazon Press Room Amazon Echo An Amazon Echo or an Echo Dot are great presents for anyone. Just ask it to […]

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Review: Amazon Echo Dot

Posted on 2 November 2017 by Duncan McClean

Roughly a month ago, I bought an Echo Dot from Amazon. For the most part, it works pretty well. There are a few hitches but I'll talk about them later in the review. Amazon Press Room Hardware The hardware is pretty neat. For how small it is and it's price, the speakers are good. It […]

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Brief look at Windows 10 S

Posted on 25 October 2017 by Duncan McClean

Windows 10 S is a new operating system from Microsoft aimed at the education market. All it can run is Microsoft Edge and Windows Store Apps. It’s basically Microsoft’s answer to a Chromebook. Last week, Microsoft released the ISO file for the Fall Creators Update. Interestingly, Windows 10 S was included in the standard ISO, so […]

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Google Pixel Event: All you need to know

Posted on 6 October 2017 by Duncan McClean

Google recently announced some new products at their Pixel event. We’ve compiled everything you need to know into this nice little article. Google Pixel 2 Google took the event to announce their second Pixel phone. It is expected to be released on November 15th. Inside, it will have a minimum 64GB of internal storage. Android Oreo […]

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Revive your old laptop as a Chromebook

Posted on 10 April 2017 by Duncan McClean

After a while, your computer becomes old and becomes slow with the number of files and programs you have installed on your computer. In that event, you have two options: get a new PC or refresh the PC by reinstalling the operating system. For a while, most people have been using Windows and MacOS (formally […]

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Amazon Fire 7″ Tablet Overview

Posted on 20 December 2016 by Duncan McClean

Recently, I purchased an Amazon Fire tablet after my previous tablet was getting old and quite outdated. Really all a tablet needs to be for me is a device that can run some productivity apps like Google Keep and some lightweight games like Minecraft or Flow Free. The unboxing experience was pleasant. No nasty surprises! Just […]

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FlashAir – Wireless Camera Companion

Posted on 7 November 2016 by Duncan McClean

Recently it was my birthday and I received a Flash Air SD Card. I really like it. You might be going “What? Do you like an SD card? Out of all things”. In this article, I will tell you why the Flash Air is different and will be the SD card of the future. First […]

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