Tag Archive: Reference

Mar 12 2015

Review: DVDFab 2D to 3D Converter

A couple of weeks ago, I received a copy of DVDFab v9 and I’ve been in the process of doing a review on the different levels of its abilities. Most people recognize DVDFab for being able to make copies of DVDs and Blu-ray discs, but DVDFab also has additional video conversion abilities that makes it …

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Dec 05 2014

Review: iKross Solar Bluetooth Handfree Speakerphone

 The other day, I got to thinking about older vehicles and smartphones, and having the ability for hands-free operation. All the newer cars  now have Bluetooth capability built into the car for hands-free operation. These newer cars have the ability to utilize the interior speaker system for having conversations and sharing music libraries from your smartphone. …

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Nov 10 2014

Eweat EW902 Android TV – Review – Pt2

This is part two of an overview/review of the Eweat EW902 Android TV media box.  To be honest with the readers of this post, I have never dealt with and Android TV device before. I had reached out to Eweat in curiosity over there EW902 unit that was going to be coming out because I was …

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Oct 28 2014

Eweat EW902 Android TV – First Impressions – Pt1

Recently, I was given the opportunity to do a review on a new Android TV device from Eweat the EW902. I was doing searches for Android TV devices and I came across some really good specifications for what I would consider some nice hardware specifications. The EW902 is still early production and Eweat seems to still …

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Oct 03 2014

Review: WonderFox DVD Video Converter

WonderFox DVD Video Converter is a software package that I got from a ” give away ” website for free. It has the ability to rip DVDs and convert various different audio and video formats.  Sometimes there’s points where you want to work with media and you want to create a specific type of presentation, …

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Mar 21 2013

Google Keep Goes Head-to-head With Evernote

Did you happen to check out the post yesterday by Google about Google Keep? You should really pay attention to this because Google is now making a step forward to compete directly with Evernote. Evernote has been the staple and standard when it comes to synchronizing your information across several different devices, keeping your thoughts,’s …

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Nov 08 2011

Wonderful USB Sharing Adapters

I recently ran in to an age old problem of needing to connect two PC’s to the same printer. For various reasons, I couldn’t share the printer, or run it though a server; the two machines can’t speak to each other for security reasons. Basically, one PC is on a home network and another is …

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Oct 31 2011

Just Applications: iPhone 4S Siri and Android voice recognition

Initially, there’s no comparison. Iris isn’t even remotely ready to do anything that even resembles artificial intelligence; it couldn’t answer any of my questions. And for the most part, gave me answers that were basically, I don’t know; give me another question. In some other recent posts, I talked about the software that uses the …

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Apr 21 2011

Useful tools: FileMenu Tools

Windows Explorer lacks a lot to be talked about; even with the latest version of Windows. In everyday use of Windows Explorer I find situations where the base model just doesn’t cut it, and honestly I don’t understand why the version of Windows Explorer has been the way it has… there’s so much room for …

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Apr 12 2011

Windows 8 App Store– Very ‘Original’ And Needed Idea

The title of this post has a level of sarcasm in it, but back in 2009, Windows 7 was about to be released and having played with the beta version of the operating system for a few months, I was very sad to see that Microsoft had done nothing with their applications handling. A few …

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