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  • CES Ultra HDTV

    Today’s HDTV is starting to look like yesterday’s black & white, so  what’s the next big thing in TV? It’s time to Listen, Laugh and Learn with this Data Doctors Consumer Electronics Show Tech Tip. It’s called Ultra HDTV, and it’s going to make your current TV look like a dinosaur. When HDTV came out, […]
  • CES flexible smartphone screens

    Smartphones are great, until you drop them, and if you’re wearing those skin tight jeans, good luck sitting down with one in your back pocket. It’s time to Listen, Laugh and Learn with this Data Doctors Consumer Electronics Show Tech Tip. While these compact computing devices have made life more convenient, the price of convenience […]
  • CES 3D printers

    Remember when flat screens were tens of thousands of dollars, or when the average consumer couldn’t afford a laser printer at home? It’s time to Listen, Laugh and Learn with this Data Doctors Consumer Electronics Show Tech Tip. Over the last couple of years, you may have been hearing about these new devices called 3-D […]
  • CES Bluetooth speakers

    We all have laptops, tablets, smart phones, the list is endless. Everyone of these devices comes loaded with our music, movies and everything we need to entertain us. Small screens with high-resolution graphics are great, but the sound, not so much. It’s time to Listen, Laugh and Learn with this Data Doctors Consumer Electronics Show […]
  • CES Android cameras

    It’s part Android phone, part digital camera… not the other way around. It’s time to Listen, Laugh and Learn with this Data Doctors Consumer Electronics Show Tech Tip. As the new year is underway, you are going to see some pretty cool electronic devices. These days, everyone takes pictures with their smart phones, but what […]
  • Force Siri to use Google

    If you use an iPhone, you already know how bad the mapping system is. When Apple released their new operating system, people were outraged at the loss of Google maps. It’s time to Listen, Laugh and Learn with another Data Doctors Tech Tip. In fact, this tech tip is so quick and easy, you can […]
  • Google Translate For Mobile

    In a previous Tech Tip, we told you how to read foreign signs. But what about having a conversation with someone? There’s an app for that, and it’s free. It’s called Google Translate for Mobile. The app is available for Android and iOS phones. Google Translate will translate text to speech. You can type in […]
  • Transferring files from infected PC to new PC

    I have an old computer with (Windows) XP that is running very slow (I think it has a virus). I would like to get a new computer and transfer things to the new computer but I'm afraid it will transfer the virus. What should I do?
  • Easy way to compare online

    Searching the internet makes comparing things easy, you just hop back and forth between browser windows and take notes. Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could compare the iPhone versus the Galaxy S3 or the Kindle versus the Nook in one place? You can! VersusIO.com gives you all the facts about any two things you’re […]
  • Facebook Question: Driver updates

    Updates, updates, everywhere there are updates for your computer, so you should be updating everything all the time right? Well, not necessarily. Kevin asked us on Facebook ,about a website, that offered to update all his drivers. Drivers are small software programs that control your hardware and updating them all at once is a bad […]
  • Common wireless network mistakes

    When you setup your wireless network, try to avoid these common mistakes. Lets start with the basics: 1. When you plug in your router, you have to give it a name. Don’t use your last name. You don’t need to tell anyone with malicious intent that this is your network. 2. Turn off the broadcast. […]
  • Better battery life for new smartphones

    Lots of you got new smartphones yesterday, and we know how exciting a new device can be. But we also know how disappointing it is, when the thing dies after just a short amount of time. Now that you have your shiny new smartphone in your hand, lets make some basic adjustments to make the […]
  • Making Netflix Better

    If you use Netflix, and more than 30 million of us do, did you know there are some simple things you can do to make it work better? If you get frustrated when Netflix suggest a movie you have no interest in, you can fix that with just a couple of clicks. When the movie […]
  • Food Pair: For all the foodies out there

    There’s a ton of foodie websites out there. From TV channels sites, to snobby recipe sites and specialty sites, but there’s one that does it better. FoodPair.com is the easiest way to find recipes online. Search nearly a million recipes from the best sites across the Web. Now you don’t have to hop from site […]
  • Are extended warranties on computers worth buying?

    Are extended warranties on computers worth buying?