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Goodbye Google

Charles.D. | February 4, 2020

I’ve certainty been loyal and I truly appropriate everything you’ve done for me, but it’s time for me to explorer other options. I’ll still utilize your services, I just need to figure out a few things. I’m almost completely dependent on you and I’m not sure I’m fully aware of […]


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Segway miniPRO

Charles.D. | December 4, 2019

I decided to purchase a Segway miniPRO. On the surface it looks a lot like a hover board, but let me tell you it certainly isn’t. I commute between New Jersey and New York daily, I ride in the grass and in the streets (sometimes) and With the 10.5 inch […]


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I have an iPhone – Part 1

Charles.D. | October 21, 2019

I’ve owned many phoned over the years and for the past 6 or 7 years I’ve owned nothing but Android based phones. Android has suited my purpose very well, it’s flexible and very customization (features that I desire) and I have a lot of options to chose from. Sadly though […]


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Our technological future

Charles.D. | September 6, 2019

Those that have it take it for granted but the reality is, a lot of people do not have access to computers. Maybe they do not have the money to afford it or their environment is not conducive to such tech but whatever the case it people are missing out […]


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Should you buy a Chromebook?

Charles.D. | August 9, 2019

I like the concept of  Chromebooks: simple, non cluttered, always up to date, affordable, and easy to use, unfortunately there are a lot of trade-offs! I recently bought a Microsoft Surface Book although my original goal was to get a Chromebook. I use my laptop for podcasting, web design and […]


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How to clear up space on your Android phone?

Charles.D. | May 3, 2019

Android can be a bit overwhelming at times with all the setting and options available but it’s important to understand that space is finite. We all take pictures, videos, install games and apps but it’s important to understand how to keep a handle on your space especially if you didn’t […]


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Android or iPhone?

Charles.D. | May 3, 2019

If you like simplicity, have no desire to tweak or fiddle with the look and feel of your phone, require something reliable for the most part and updated with the latest security patches regularly and effortlessly, the iPhone may be for you. Also for continuity If you use a mac […]


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I bought a Pixel 3

Charles.D. | April 25, 2019

So I decided to purchase a Pixel 3 (black) to replace my Essential Phone and I really wish I didn’t! First off it is a nice phone and the right size if you like phones that fit in your hands but my Essential Phone’s LCD screen seems brighter, the battery […]


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Android Q

Charles.D. | March 26, 2019

If your a developer it’s time to start testing. Android Q is on it’s way and with it I’m sure will bring some tweaks that will make our lives just a little bit better. Changes to permissions, new share options, built-in screen recording, an improved sharing menu, a system wide […]


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Top 4 Hosting Solutions

Charles.D. | March 2, 2019

Thinking about starting a website, there are lots of options available. If you’re a large company you could just let your IT department handle it but for the rest of us we rely on figuring in out on our own. based on price, reliability, ease of use and our personal […]



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