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Easiest Way to Root your Android Device

There are many different ways to root your Android phone or tablet and usually these methods require you to flash the root software to your device. Even though rooting a phone or tablet is not hard once you know how… Continue Reading →

Easily Automate Android Tasks

There are many different Android apps available that you can write your own specific automation programs based on location, time, or other requirements. Even though these other apps work very well and can be very powerful these apps can be… Continue Reading →

Record Gameplay with Nvidia ShadowPlay

I have just upgraded my video card so I can play the new games being released. I have chosen to upgrade to an NVIDIA GTX 770 video card. After upgrading I went from using the AMD ATI software to the… Continue Reading →

Free Tools for removing malware and viruses

Working on Virus and Malware issues is probably the second most common problem IT technicians deal with on a daily basis. These issues can be anything from a malware toolbar on a web browser to a virus or worm corrupting… Continue Reading →

Watch new Movies and TV Shows for free

There is nothing better than getting stuff for free especially new movies for free without watching them illegally. With a new Android app you can exchange your time and attention for free movies and TV shows. Even though this is… Continue Reading →

Changes to Google Drive

Google Drive is a one of the top cloud storage services available on the web. Google Drive integrates with all of the other google services which makes it even more valuable to anyone who uses Gmail or any other Google… Continue Reading →

Google Now Launcher

If you do not know what the Google Experience Launcher or otherwise known as the Google Now Launcher is than you probably do not have a nexus device. The Google Now Launcher is the default launcher on the new Nexus… Continue Reading →

Stephen Colbert’s RSA Conference Keynote

There has been a lot of controversy around the RSA conference this year after it was leaked that RSA was paid to allow a backdoor for the NSA. ┬áThe RSA conference was boycotted by many tech and security professionals after… Continue Reading →

Tech Tips of the Week!

My tip of the week comes from dealing with dealing with the problem of dragging an icon out of start menu and on to the desktop. This happens when there are less than knowledgeable about how to use a computer…. Continue Reading →

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