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Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UN (2019 version) Review

The Asus ZenBook 13 UX331UN is blue. Very blue. Honestly, that’s its defining feature. It’s a $999 laptop with solid performance from an 8th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM and an Nvidia GeForce MX150 GPU. What will get you, however, is its shiny, cobalt chassis that reflects light in just the right way. It also […]

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Dell XPS 15 (2019) Review

Today I’m going to talk about the quad core Dell XPS 15 laptop. I love being wrong (sometimes). Case in point, the Dell XPS 15. I loved last year’s model with its heady mix of looks and power, so much so that I didn’t think it could get much better. But the latest XPS 15 ($2,649 […]

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How I Was Able To Reset My Windows Password In Minutes

Was there a time in your life wherein you just went blank at that time when you are about to access your computer? That no matter how you stir your brain up, you still cannot figure out what the password is. Well, I was on that same situation before and that’s the reason why I […]

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Azure Getting Started via PowerShell

PowerShell Everything after a “#” pound sign is a not and can be ignored; no need to paste that into the PowerShell windows. Run PowerShell as an Administrator Allows you to run administrative commands [sometimes needed to install modules] Start – Type PowerShell – Right-click, run as administrator    # see also Install Azure RM Modules Give […]

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Equinix Wants to Do to Data Center Connectivity What AWS Did to Computing

New Cloud Exchange Fabric uses SDN to shrink interconnection lead times from months to minutes Equinix has created an empire by building data center hubs where companies can interconnect their networks – nerve centers of the internet and private corporate networks. In many places around the world, an Equinix facility is where a single customer […]

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3 Tips to Secure Your Office 365 Instance Against Hackers

Hacker – a word that conjures up images of a man in a baseball cap, alone in a dark room, surrounded by machines and blinking lights, out to spread chaos around the universe. While this image is often inaccurate – hackers can be anyone, anywhere, with any device – the threat is very real. You […]

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Required IT Tools For Home and Professional Use

PC Magazine just published an article on the essentials of an  At-Home IT Toolkit, which I found very helpful and interesting. They listed 17 of the most popular computer tools IT experts use or should use to help save them time and money when it comes to any computer-related issues. Here are my top 8 […]

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iPhone 8 launch date

According to tech blog Mac4Ever, citing French telecom sources, Apple will introduce three new phones — the flagship iPhone 8 and the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus — on September 12, 2017. Note that all of this, including the names of the phones and the date, is unofficial and unconfirmed; Apple did not respond to our inquiries. Even if […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8

Pros  Awesome display  A phone that feels like the future  Stunning camera  It’s actually innovative Cons  Awfully placed fingerprint sensor  Bixby is a bit of a dud Samsung made a big splash with its S8 and S8+ handsets, and considering how flat the Note 7 fell, it was a necessary move. It’s been a few […]

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