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Heartbleed bug and using a password m...

Heartbleed bug and using a password manager

Recently I have been answering a lot of questions regarding the Heartbleed bug. The temporary closing and stolen SIN numbers from the CRA website have made many people aware of this bug. This bug does not affect your personal computer. The problem lies with the computers running the secure websites you enter passwords into. If […]

eReader Review – Kindle

eReader Review – Kindle

Setting up your eReader for the first time can be quite complicated.  There are many different versions of each eReader and they each can preform different functions.  Personally I prefer the simplest of eReaders.  My favorite is the basic amazon Kindle.  There are others that can browse the web and display video but the battery […]

Upgrade to a web based email using Gm...

Upgrade to a web based email using Gmail

Recently I have been moving a lot of my customers to Gmail when they start having problems with their traditional email programs on their computer (outlook, outlook express, windows mail , etc..).  The main problems with the traditional email programs seem to occur when the user collects to many emails in their database.  Many of […]

Apple TV

Apple TV

Apple TV effectively allows you to stream whatever is on your iTunes to your TV and home theater system. Moreover, it has built in support for Netflix, You Tube and a few other internet based media content providers. The picture quality and performance for these services are worth the price of admission. There is significant […]

Apple Ipad

Apple Ipad

The first thing you notice about the iPad is, well, you don’t really notice it. In many ways, there is just not much here — design wise — to comment on. The bulk of its surface is taken up by a 9.7-inch, 1024 x 768, capacitive, multitouch LED-backlit display surrounded by a glossy black bezel that some will say is too wide but, in practice, is an important design consideration that prevents the touchscreen from being inadvertently activated when handled. There’s only Apple’s signature “home” button to interact with, and the back of the device is a dutifully simple piece of curved aluminum.