Category Archives: Tech

Ataribox is The Newest Console for Atari in 25 Years


When I was a kid, I had parents that always showed they knew me by buy gifts that they figured I would want before I knew I wanted it. One f those gifts was an Atari 2600 for Christmas. It was an awesome console with, by today’s standards, very simple looking games. But some f them have stayed with me even till now, as games that were fun to play after so many years. Now, Atari is starting to release details on a new game console, after 25 years.  Read the rest of this entry

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Creator of Cards Against Humanity Game Will Buy Congress’ Browsing History and Share It – Tech Thursday


Congress just rolled back some Net Neutrality rules that protected your browsing habits from being sold by ISPs out to make more money then they already do, off of you. Effectively removing privacy rules put in place by the last administration. But Max Temkin, who created the awesome card game “Cards Against Humanity” has an idea to show Congress we are not amused.   Read the rest of this entry

Unboxing the Yaesu FT2-DR – TECH TUESDAY


I’m getting back into the tech end of things. Watch my newest video of the unboxing of my latest ham radio, a Yaesu FT-2DR, a digital and analog VHF/UHF radio.  Read the rest of this entry

Tech Tuesday – President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron Come Out Against Personal Encryption


It appears that President Obama thinks that the 4th Amendment and your privacy is over rated when it comes to your smart phone, and Internet connection, because they need to have access to find the bad guys. Really? When did Al-Queda and ISIS start using my iPhone? You know, the one I keep in my pocket all day? Read the rest of this entry

Tech Tuesday – Did Sony Deserve to Get Hacked? A Little Bit


It’s been a bad week for Sony. I mean a real bad week. They got hacked and had not only personal information of employees stolen, but internal memos and other documents which have getting released on the internet. Not to mention a couple of new movies that haven’t even come out in theaters yet. Did they deserve it? I think a little bit, yeah they did. Read the rest of this entry

Tech Tuesday – Mac Users Are Less Snobby Then Linux Users


I get a lot of my ideas for stories from tech sites, like The Verge, and Slashdot. Lately more from Slashdot. But there was something I noticed while reading comments on stories they had posted. A lot of the Linux users were pretty damn snobby.  Read the rest of this entry

Someone is Trying to Hack into Dropbox With Stolen Passwords


Dropbox is another in a long line of websites that is under attack from hackers trying to gain access to user accounts, forcing users to play the game “Time To Reset Your Password!”  Read the rest of this entry

Tech Tuesday – iPhone HairGate Is Total Bull


First we had Bendgate or Bendghazi if you like, where people said the phone bends. Duh, yeah, so does the Galaxy and a bunch of others. So this was pretty much debunked. But now, we have Hairgate! (Insert face palm here) Read the rest of this entry

Snapchat Was Hacked And 13 Gigabytes of Photos Were Leaked. It’s Called The Snappening!


OK, so let’s recap, again. Fappening 1, Fappening 2, Fappening 3, and now, The Snappening. Yep, Snapchat was hacked and thousands of photos were leaked, some of them of course, nude photos.  Read the rest of this entry

Korea’s Hanwha Eagles Installs Robots To Do Your Cheering At Baseball Games [VIDEO]


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Just when you were getting on baseball for being late to the technology party,  the sport has stepped into a whole new world of high-tech gadgetry.  In their 145th year, Major League Baseball here in the U.S. has finally adopted an Instant Replay Policy, the last of the major sports to do so.   Korea’s baseball league is now standing on their shoulders and knocking down unimaginable barriers.   Say hello to Fanbots – robots that relay your face and cheers to players during the game while you’re in the comforts of home.  Robots. Read the rest of this entry