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I am not a “gearhead” by any stretch of the imagination. I know how to check my tire pressure, do some very basic maintenance and where to put the gas in my car. That is about it. But what happens when you take away the gas tank and leave me with plugging the car into… read more

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The passing of Neil Armstrong this morning isn’t merely a sad day for America, but for the world. I normally try to avoid writing about the same thing on two blogs in the same day, and even though I already covered the passing of Neil Armstrong on TechnoBuffalo, I felt motivated to also talk about… read more

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Unless you live under a rock, you know that Apple introduced a new version of the iPad today. The big question, however, is what the heck it’s name is. When Apple unveiled its third generation iPad today they merely called it “the new iPad.”  That’s it.  No numbers, no extra “HD”, nothing else, just plain… read more

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SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP Act) are just the latest two examples that the United States government are either a)totally ignorant to how the Internet works or b)they truly are in the back pocket of the media conglomerates. Have you ever used an image you found on Google without asking permission?  You… read more

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This post is a lie. Although it is dated as January 11, it really is being posted on the 13th. Why am I allowing myself this lie? Because the two missed days of posting were not my fault by any stretch of the imagination, but that of Las Vegas’ total lack of ability to handle… read more

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While working at CES 2012 today at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the TechnoBuffalo team encountered some Internet issues for a bit.  How do you know you work for a tech company?  When not only are people carrying multiple phones on them, but multiple hot spots.  This picture shows just about half of the hotspots… read more

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It’s the end of Press Day at CES, and beyond just being flat out pooped, I am walking away with a feeling of, “wow, technology does some silly things.” Do you need to control your washing machine from your smartphone? You can do that now. Do you thing your fridge just doesn’t cool a 12… read more

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I remember on January 9, 2007 falling deeply in love with the iPhone. A few days later realities set in for me, and while I still liked the idea, but I also knew at that point it was more about the possibilities it represented than what it was at the time.  There was, however, another… read more

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It’s almost impossible to collect my thoughts at the moment when it comes to the news of Steve Jobs passing. I never owned a Mac before last year, but it was never out of a hatred for Apple, they simply didn’t suit my needs.  However there was one thing that I never had an issue… read more

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I’ve known this day was coming for some time, but it still didn’t stop my jaw from going a bit slack when it finally happened. Steve Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple. I have had my issues with Apple over the years, and even now that I have seemingly converted my computer loving ways… read more

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As I’ve been telling all of you for the past few weeks, I am finally making the change from being primarily a Windows user to a Mac user. While the process has been fairly painless, there has been a hiccup here or there, and this week I hit a doozy. On Monday the 4th, I… read more

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A few years back Apple ran a promotion stating how it had never been easier to switch from a PC to a Mac.  For the most part I would say this is a true statement.  Unlike the old days, most of the programs you’re used to are easily found, or there is something similar you… read more

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