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Back Up Android Phone Data To The Cloud

Back Up Android Phone Data To The Cloud

Here’s how to make sure your  Android smartphone information is backed up to Google Drive and can be restored if needed. Go to Settings. Scroll down to Backup and Restore.   Turn Backup my data on. I’d also suggest turning on Automatic restore. That way if an app...

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Recent Tech News 06/30/2017

Recent Tech News 06/30/2017

Huge Ransomware Attack Hits US and Europe In what's being known as a worldwide ransomware occurrence, service organizations, stores, banks, and government offices in Europe, the UK, Australia, and the US have been hit by one of the biggest digital assaults ever. Among...

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Ways To Get Internet On A Limited Budget

Ways To Get Internet On A Limited Budget

It's a fact–internet in the United States is costly. The Center for Public Integrity contrasted five French urban communities with five similar US urban areas and found that web costs in the US were up to 3.5 times higher than tantamount administrations in France....

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Recent Tech News 06/16/2017

Recent Tech News 06/16/2017

Fall Windows 10 Update Lets Edge Pin Websites The coming Creators Update To Windows 10 highlights a fresh new search for the Action Center and also the capacity to pin most loved sites to the taskbar in Microsoft Edge. The pinning element was one that a great deal of...

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Introducing the Family Plan

Introducing the Family Plan

  Introducing the Family Plan Save up to $180/yr* Overview We’re here to support you with all of your PCs, tablets.  Green Dragon Tech Support is the knowledgeable resource that will support your computer, laptop, or tablet software issues for the length of your...

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Bluetooth 5, CCleaner, & Viking I

Bluetooth 5, CCleaner, & Viking I

Bluetooth 5 Spec to Be Announced In an email sent by the Bluetooth SIG Executive Director, the Bluetooth 5 spec has been planned to be announced on June 16, and promises to improve in many aspects over existing Bluetooth technologies. Not much is known about what will...

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Twitter Passwords, Browser Bookmarks, & Microsoft

Twitter Passwords, Browser Bookmarks, & Microsoft

Possible 32 Million Twitter Accounts Now Vulnerable Before we go into any detail, we would just like you to know that now would be a good time to change your twitter password, if you have one. News of this “hack” seems to have come from a strange website called...

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Machine Learning Chips, SSDs, & the TI Speak & Spell

Machine Learning Chips, SSDs, & the TI Speak & Spell

Google Reveals Their Secret To High-Performance Machine Learning Google has made quite a few advancements in the field of machine learning, with one of it’s more recent endeavors being capable of beating a professional human player at Go, a game notorious for being...

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Driverless Cars, Battleborn, & Ethernet

Driverless Cars, Battleborn, & Ethernet

Driverless Cars It seems that more companies are beginning to take cues from Google and their “driverless cars.” Baidu (a.k.a. “the Google of China”), for example, has announced that they want to deploy autonomous vehicles by around the year 2020 (roughly the same...

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Revo Uninstaller, Hitman, & Pixar’s Tin Toy

Revo Uninstaller, Hitman, & Pixar’s Tin Toy

Broadband Competition Worse than Ever Efforts such as Google Fiber have given people hope that the monopolies of US Broadband might have finally been coming to an end. Unfortunately, however, it seems that things have only continued to get worse. Fixed-line broadband...

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Apple vs. the FBI, Far Cry Primal, & The First Tweet

Apple vs. the FBI, Far Cry Primal, & The First Tweet

Apple Refusing to Compromise iPhone’s Security, Even for the FBI Apple has now been in a month-long battle with the FBI over refusing to build a backdoor into the iPhone, and things are only getting more heated. The conflict actually originated back in December of...

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Netscape, Factorio, and the Browser War

Netscape, Factorio, and the Browser War

Variable Stiffness Metal Could Lead to More Human-like Robots HRL Laboratories has come up with and demonstrated a certain way to arrange strips of metal in a such a way that adjusting the amount of pressure put on the strips will directly adjust the stiffness of the...

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Encryption, Unravel, and Steve Jobs

Encryption, Unravel, and Steve Jobs

Proposed Bill to Stop the Ban of Encryption An unlikely combination of a Democrat from California (Ted Lieu) and a Republican from Texas (Blake Farenthold) are introducing a bill in defense of maintaining secure cryptographic encryption. This is a breath of fresh air...

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Fake Download Buttons, XCOM 2, and Chess AI

Fake Download Buttons, XCOM 2, and Chess AI

  Fake Downloads If you've ever seen a fake download button on a website, you probably understand how frustrating they can become. If you're unfamiliar, these are advertisements put out onto sites like CNET or Sourceforge that purposefully mimic actual download...

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Brave, Release Calendar, and the Modern Calculator

Brave, Release Calendar, and the Modern Calculator

    Brave You may have heard a while ago that Brendan Eich, a co-founder of Mozilla (a company best known for its web browser, Firefox), had stepped down as the company's CEO. Funnily enough, it turns out that he later began working on a browser of his own,...

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