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Helping Computer Technicians Become Computer Business Owners


04/28/2016 03:22 AM
Top 7 Computer Podcasts for Computer Technicians

We all know we should be learning more, but when you are too busy actually working, we simply don’t have time to do so. With the rise of various computer podcasts in the last few years, it has allowed us to use our drive-time for education, essentially turning our cars into a rolling university. If […]

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04/14/2016 07:53 AM
How to Make Sure You Get Paid as a Computer Technician

In this episode of the Technibble Computer Business Podcast (with transcript below), I’m going to talk about getting paid as a computer technician. Something I hear about a lot is technicians saying that “their clients didn’t pay them, they’re having to chase them up, and basically why don’t they pay me?”. The answer to that […]

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04/07/2016 02:00 AM
Conversion Case Study: The Technibble Forums

This month I have been focusing on website conversions because its a really easy way to see significant gains in your business. Small tweaks can result in big gains. I practice what I preach so I am often making small changes here on Technibble. This article is a case study of one of those tweaks […]

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04/04/2016 03:07 AM
How to Avoid Selling Parts and Still Make Money

While most of us have our greatest margins on service, product sales can be a nice side income. I hate carrying inventory, but that doesn’t mean I can’t make money suggesting products. I have a few strategies I’ve developed over the years to make money and not worry about selling parts. Why I Hate Inventory […]

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03/29/2016 04:16 AM
We’re Pleased to Announce Our Site Analysis Service – Convert More Site Visitors into Paying Customers

If you have a website, you are probably sending people to your website in a variety of ways. It could be print advertising, Google Adwords, SEO work or maybe even social media – but for some reason people still aren’t calling. The problem is that your website needs to be set up to convert – […]

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03/23/2016 09:36 AM
Toronto Unconvention Tickets Now Available (Computer Repair Business Convention)

Tickets for the Toronto Unconvention are now available. If you haven’t heard of it yet, the Toronto Unconvention is a tech convention that is a bit different. In Toronto Canada on July 22nd to 24th, 2016 we’re going to meet-up and talk real IT Business. You can learn from fellow techs and business owners. Get […]

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03/14/2016 05:37 AM
Technician Website Review #2 – Flashy Elements Killing Conversions

In this video I review a site that starts out with the best intentions, but when all the flashy elements come together it loses sight on whats important – converting a visitor into a customer.   Check out our Website Analysis Service .

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03/06/2016 10:35 AM
IT Jetpack Show – Copywriting, SEO & PPC for Tech Websites

IT Jetpack is a live online show where computer techs and IT business owners talk about issues we face every day. On Monday, March 7th @ 12 noon American Eastern, I (Bryce) will be on the IT Jetpack show to discuss copywriting, SEO and Pay-per-Click. I will be joined by my friends Matt Rodela, Rachel […]

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02/23/2016 11:02 PM
Converting Visitors into Customers – Technician Website Review

A lot of technicians spend time and money on Google Adwords or SEO, but still find that they aren’t getting any phone calls. The problem is that unless a website is setup to convert a visitor into a customer, that money is being wasted. In this video I review a forum members website, and point […]

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02/11/2016 01:26 AM
How to Advertise a New Computer Business

In this episode of the Technibble Computer Business Podcast (with transcript below) I talk about ways to advertise a new computer business. I see a lot of new business owners who aren’t quite sure where to start advertising to clients. There are so many things you could be doing but people tend to get a […]

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PCWorld


05/03/2016 05:00 AM
Pronto Peel universal remote control review: Cheap and relatively powerful, but you get what you pay for

The number of mission-specific remote controls were forced to contend with in our lives grows every time we buy a new piece of A/V equipment. Have a cable box, a TV, a Blu-ray player, and a Hi-Fi? Thats four remotes to lose in your couch cushions. Installing device-specific apps on your phone or tablet is no panacea, either. Controlling your TV with one app, your cable box with another, and your stereo with a third? Please.

To control this ever-growing tech tsunami, you have three options: You can spend your life searching your home for lost remotes and pray that the ones you find are the ones that you currently need. You can buy one of those expensive universal remoteslike the Ray Super Remote or the Logitech Harmony Eliteor you can pick up a less-expensive device that works in concert with an app on your smartphone or tablet, taking advantage of the latter devices processor power and touchscreen and sending commands to your entertainment center via an infrared blaster.

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05/03/2016 05:00 AM
Why Windows 10 wants your feedback and diagnostics, and how to control them

We now know the tradeoff for free Windows 10: Microsoft wants data about what you do with your device. But you don't have to send everything you do back to Redmond.

You can control the data you send back, and how often, by delving into Windows 10's privacy settings (we've taken you here before) and looking specifically at Feedback frequency and Diagnostic and usage data. The former is typically just an automated survey, but the diagnostic component actually peers into your machine.

These features comprised the Customer Experience Improvement Program, or CEIP, in previous versions of Windowsand they were voluntary. In Windows 10 they've become mandatory, but you can control some aspects.

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05/03/2016 01:50 AM
Uber faces more lawsuits for classifying drivers as contractors

Uber Technologies faces more class-action lawsuits from drivers seeking reclassification as employees, even as its settlement in two other suits with drivers in California and Massachusetts has been submitted to a judge for approval.

In the new cases filed in Florida and Illinois, both aiming to be national class-action lawsuits unlike the earlier ones, the drivers have asked the court to address the alleged misclassification by the company of its drivers as independent contractors.

The settlement with drivers in lawsuits in California and Massachusetts provides some monetary and non-monetary benefits to the drivers, with Uber paying up to US$100 million to them. The issue of classification, which was the crux in the cases, was sidestepped.

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05/02/2016 11:56 PM
Chinas booming middle class augurs well for Apple, says Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook still sees great potential in the Chinese market despite a drop in its revenue from the country in the first quarter.

In an interview to Jim Cramer of CNBC's Mad Money program, Cook said Monday that the middle class in China is expected to boom from 50 million people five years ago to almost 500 million in the next five years. This is an unprecedented growth of the middle class, said Cook, adding that he could not be more optimistic about China.

To a question from Cramer, Cook said it was an error by him not to to mention the figures about the burgeoning Chinese middle class during the companys recent earnings call.

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05/02/2016 09:38 PM
Intel's Atom architecture to live on despite smartphone chip cancellations

Intel's Atom processor architecture will live on despite the recent cancellation of next-generation smartphone chips.

The chip maker will continue the development and use of the processor architecture, which stresses power efficiency, though the chips may not necessarily carry the Atom label. Last week Intel canceled upcoming Atom smartphone chips code-named Broxton and Sofia.

The next-generation Atom architecture, code-named Goldmont, will first appear in future Pentium and Celeron processors, code-namedApollo Lake, an Intel spokeswoman said. Current top-line Atom chips are based on an architecture named Airmont.

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05/02/2016 07:26 PM
Microsoft's CEO explains why his company sued the U.S. government

Microsoft surprised the world last month when it filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice, alleging that the frequent practice of attaching gag orders to search warrants for customer data violates the U.S. Constitution.

On Monday, CEO Satya Nadella told a group of tech luminaries why the company did so: Microsoft has a strong view on its privacy promises to users, and the company will fight to prevent government overreach that, in its view, compromises the principles of privacy.

Governments have a compelling need to help preserve public safety, but Microsoft wants to make sure that users' privacy is also preserved, Nadella said.

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05/02/2016 06:56 PM
Can Oracle buy its way into the cloud?

It wasn't so long ago that Oracle dismissed cloud computing as "gibberish." Today, it's singing a different tune.

Through a string of acquisitions, the database giant has been buying a presence in the cloud in much the same way it built up its on-premises portfolio decades ago. What remains to be seen is whether that strategy can work as well in this new setting.

Acquisitions of companies such as PeopleSoft and Siebel played a key role in fleshing out Oracle's traditional applications portfolio back in the mid-2000s, helping the company become a major player in enterprise software.

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05/02/2016 04:34 PM
Dell plus EMC has a name: Dell Technologies

Dells plannedUS$67 billion acquisition of EMC will create a broad collection of businesses called Dell Technologies.

Under that umbrella, the pure Dell name will live on in the companys client business, including its PCs, while its enterprise infrastructure division will be called Dell EMC, Chairman and CEO Michael Dell announced on Monday at EMC World in Las Vegas.

Dell Technologies will be the only company selling everything from edge devices to core data centers and cloud infrastructure, a mission that rival HP backed away from when it split into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and HP Inc., Dell said.

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05/02/2016 04:21 PM
A judge has partially dismissed Twitter's surveillance case against the government

A California court has dismissed part of a lawsuit brought by Twitter that challengesU.S. governmentrestrictions on what it can say about surveillance requests on its users.

Twitter sued the government in 2014, alleging that the restrictions, which are common to all Internet service providers, infringe its First Amendment right to free speech.

Earlier this year, the Department of Justice asked the federal district court in Oakland, California, to toss out the lawsuit. It argued that theForeign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) is a more suitable venue to hear the dispute, and that part of Twitter's argument didn't stand because the company isn't disputing document classification decisions made by the government.

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05/02/2016 04:09 PM
Facebook Messenger testing Snapchat-style disappearing messages for iOS

Facebook is considering a new feature so that not every message your send on its Messenger app will live forever.

On Monday, screenshots revealed a potential version of Facebook Messenger on iOS where users can set a time-limit for their messages to remain visible after being sent. According to the screenshots, Messenger users will have the option to enable disappearing messages on the iOS app and set a time-limit for the messages to disappear after one minute, after 15 minutes, after one hour, after four hours, or after a day. The screenshots were posted on Twitter by @iOSAppChanges and were picked up by VentureBeat.

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05/02/2016 03:40 PM
14% off Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband - Deal Alert

Track workouts, heart rate, distance, calories burned, floors climbed, active minutes, and steps with the popular Fitbit Charge HR. Sync data wirelessly and automatically back to your computer or smartphone, where it can be viewed and analyzed securely online. Fitbit Charge HR also tracks your sleep, and can wake you with a silent alarm.

The unit averages 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 24,000 people (read reviews). With a regular list price of $149.99, you can save $21 and pick it up now for $128.71. See the discounted Fitbit Charge HR Wireless Activity Wristband now on Amazon.

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05/02/2016 02:14 PM
Oracle is paying $532 million to snatch up another cloud service provider

Hard on the heels of a similar purchase last week, Oracle has announced it will pay $532 million to buy Opower, a provider of cloud services to the utilities industry.

Once a die-hardcloud holdout, Oracle has been making up for lost time by buying a foothold in specific industries through acquisitions such as this one. Last week'sTextura buygave it a leg up in engineering and construction.

"Its a good move on Oracles part, and it definitely strengthens Oracles cloud story," said Frank Scavo, president of Computer Economics.

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05/02/2016 02:14 PM
Galaxy Note 6 rumors hint at IR autofocus, USB-C connectivity, new Snapdragon SoC

Smartphone makers always want to up the ante just enough to make you crave the next shiny thing.

We have some indications about just what Samsung may be preparing with the successor to the Galaxy Note 5. It looks like there are some important hardware plans in the works which could help the Note stand out in for those who crave a giant screen and a stylus.

The story behind the story: A series of reportsindicates some pretty hefty specs going into the Note 6: a 5.8-inch screen, IP68 water-and-dust resistance, a camera with IR autofocus, a Snapdragon 823 SoC, and 6GB of RAM. The Note 5 was a pretty great phone, but such internal and external improvements might be tempting for those who crave the latest mobile technology.

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05/02/2016 02:10 PM
Samsung and Nvidia make peace by ending their patent lawsuits

Nvidia and Samsung have avoided a potentially ugly court battle with a settlement that endsall outstanding intellectual property litigation between the two companies.

Nvidia suedboth Samsung and Qualcomm in September 2014, accusing them of infringing seven of Nvidia's GPU patents.

Under Monday's agreement, Nvidia and Samsung will license "a small number" of patents to each other, though they said there's no broad cross-license agreement. There's also no financial payment.

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05/02/2016 01:14 PM
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare goes full sci-fi with space-based gunfights

With more leaks than the Titanic, we pretty much knew what to expect out of todays Call of Duty reveal. But now its here, in 1080p, with a trailer full of space-dudes shooting each other and one ill-considered cover of Space Oddity.

Thats right. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfares hook for 2016 is that you strap on your Buzz Lightyear boots and blast off into space, making it objectively one notch better than Star Wars Battlefront. Check out the trailer below:

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05/02/2016 01:03 PM
Google buys Synergyse to teach customers how to use Apps

Google Apps is getting a new set of tutorials. The tech giant announced Mondaythat it has acquired Synergyse, a startup that offered businesses a guided tutorial for Google Apps.

Synergyse's technology allowed businesses to give their users step-by-step interactive guides to doing things inside Google Apps like sending emails in Gmail, setting up appointments in Calendar and getting started with Docs. The tutorials are frequently updated with new features that Google releases, so users can stay current with new functionality that gets added to the different services.

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05/02/2016 12:28 PM
Cracker Jack ruins its iconic free toy by replacing physical prizes with QR codes

Frito-Lay is vanquishing any nostalgia you mightve had left for Cracker Jack by eliminating the physical toy inside.

In its place, all Cracker Jack boxes will now include a piece of paper with a QR code printed on it. Scanning that code into an iOS or Android app called Blippar will cause a baseball-themed digital toy to appear on the screen. For instance, consumers might see themselves on a simulated stadium Jumbo-Tron, or be able to put themselves on a digital baseball card that they can trade with others.

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05/02/2016 12:20 PM
Oculus Rift preorder delays get weirder as VR headsets hit Best Buy this weekend

The key to virtual reality: You have to try it for yourself. Its no surprise then that Oculus wants to get Rift demo units into stores for people to play around with, and today the company announced its bringing headsets to 48 Best Buy locations starting May 7. You can even schedule a demo online up to a month in advance.

That's great news for people who havent bought a Rift yetbut less great for early adopters still waiting for their preorders to ship.

The Oculus Rift launch is, to put it politely, a total mess. Officially released (and reviewed) at the end of March, those who preordered received emails shortly thereafter saying their shipments had been delayed a month or two.

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05/02/2016 11:48 AM
LG shows off a fingerprint reader that integrates into your phone's front glass

Fingerprint readers are practically a must-have feature now. LG Innotek, which is the components subsidiary of parent company LG, is showing off a new capability that might make unlocking your device in the future even easier.

The company shared some details about an under-glass fingerprint sensor module, which would allow you to place your finger on the smartphones glass for identification. This would eliminate the need for a button, which youll find on the bottom in Samsungs Galaxy S7,and on the back of phones like the LG G5 and Nexus 6P.

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05/02/2016 11:21 AM
Samsung SmartThings vulnerability lets hackers make their own house keys

A newly-discovered security flaw in Samsungs SmartThings hub is proving that even the biggest smart home systems arent hack-proof.

Researchers at the University of Michigan, in conjunction with Microsoft Research, have discovered a vulnerability in the SmartThings platform that allows hackers to effectively create their own keys for a connected door lock. A separate issue with app privileges would also allow an attacker to remotely control devices on the SmartThings network, and possibly steal the PIN for a homes door locks, Wired reports.

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