Monthly Archives: July 2015

Why does my computer have a flat tire?


Over the years, I have dealt with many people and their computers. In the past, when computers were bulky, expensive and primarily used for business/work reasons, we had to explain to customers why the cost of computers varies so much … Continue reading

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Bell opens CRAVETV to all Canadians… finally.


Amongst our staff and associates, we have had this debate since last year when Crave from Bell and Shomi from Rogers was introduced. We asked ourselves why they would not have released their “Netflix killer” services for everybody to start … Continue reading

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Because landlines are dying, VoIP providers must sell 24-hour batteries | Ars Technica


This is something we have been debating for years…. Because landlines are dying, VoIP providers must sell 24-hour batteries | Ars Technica.

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Friday Funnies – Geek humour for July 10-2015


It has been a while since I found some funny items on the interwebs so here are a few recent ones I found while googling around starting off with geek evolution: Next up, the look you give the computer when … Continue reading

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Ad fraud Trojan updates Flash Player so that other malware can’t get in | ITworld


Ad fraud Trojan updates Flash Player so that other malware can't get in | ITworld.

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Samsung adds huge 2TB SSDs to its 850 Evo and 850 Pro families | Ars Technica


Samsung adds huge 2TB SSDs to its 850 Evo and 850 Pro families | Ars Technica.

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Samsung laptop users beware!


So after Lenovo had its Superfish fiasco last year, you’d think that hardware makers would be more careful about making changes to their users systems that are malware-like. It appears not, as Samsung has pulled a fast one on their … Continue reading

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Severe iOS bug prompts iCloud password theft | ZDNet


Severe iOS bug prompts iCloud password theft | ZDNet.

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Rogers modem at centre of fire investigation – Consumer Life – CBC Player


This is the first incident about fire on these types of modems so there may be more to this than the news report is revealing but with hundreds of thousands of these modems distributed over the last 2 years, it … Continue reading

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