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We discuss all the tech news from the past week, select the Geek Pick Of The Week, elaborate on the “Big Tech Question/Topic Of The Week” and share your "help!" questions and input.
This Week: Mobile World Congress 2014, Apple Stumbles On Security, Acer C720 Chromebook - Review, Another new “Target Size” Hack, MS Windows 8.1 Free?
Question/Topic of the Week - How To Backup Your Important Files - "To The Cloud"
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Sony appears to be winning over gamers with the price of its video game console, Acer aims to expand its corporate cloud computing business, AT&T considers offering Sunday Ticket programming to all of its wireless customers. Hank Weisbecker reports.
Both Hours: Sandy Berger. Sandy is our Consumer Electronics Expert Correspondent on Computer America. She talks about the latest technology gadgets and trends in the industry with us. Tonight's topics include the new Acer Chromebook and the new Asus Transformer Convertable!
Please join Al White Founder of Acer Action and Communication and Education Reform, Inc., as he discuss the plans for the Lucy E. Campbell Cultural Resource Learning Center in Duck Hill, Mississippi.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan presented a clear plan for those ready to work to establish a free and independent Black nation during his Saviours' Day 2013 keynote address themed " Muhammad's Economic Blueprint: Ending Povery and Want. Please join Min. Willie Muhammad in the second hour of the show to discuss this plan.
Choosing a laptop for Rich, Windows 8, Intel Haswell, Iris Graphics, HD 5200, LGA 1150 socket, On-Die Voltage Regulator, ASUS VivoBook, Ultrabooks – RRPG022 The guys from Home Tech Podcast show #117 hang around post-show to help me, Rich O’Neil, figure out what to buy as a replacement for my 2 1/2-year old $199 Acer Aspire 5251-1317 laptop. The cheap little laptop has been holding its own, especially since I had I installed an SSD in it, but the screen is beginning to die and I don’t know if I’m going to replace it. Besides, it really doesn’t have enough power to run virtual machines well, something I occasionally require for testing and schoolwork.
Full show notes over at http://theAverageGuy.tv/r022
The TV show Green Acer was funky and made in 1965 / If Hitler would have made a speech like this he could have made the world a loving place.! Open line call in radio show. I want to see what issues are on your mind
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Unofficial AOKP releases everywhere! The AT&T HTC One X, Asus tf300t Transformer, Samsung T-Mobile Hercules, Samsung Galaxy TAB, Acer Iconia A200, Droid Vigor, and many many more devices have unofficial AOKP builds going. Remember, RootzWiki, myself, Team Kang, or your mom aren’t responsible for what you do with your device... you are. Head over to the AOKP forums and see if your device is supported! http://goo.gl/5daGT
According to the NQ Mobile Security Research Center (NQMSRC), there is new malware threat impacting Android device users. The malware, known as DDSpy, disguises itself as Gmail and then steals a user’s personal information. http://goo.gl/Nzflf
We've been doing a whole lot of speculation regarding a Google/ASUS branded tablet, which will be aimed at the budget consumer, and bring a stock Android experience to the masses. Now, an ASUS representative at Computex has let slip the first semi-official word that this device does indeed exist, and that we'll be seeing it unveiled very soon. Stay tuned to your Rootz channel for all the details. http://goo.gl/B2N9k
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