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01/19/2015 02:22 AM
Should You Specialize or Generalize Your Skills?

This is a very common question in any industry, and it’s one with merits on both sides of the debate. There is no simple answer to the question, because first of all, there are so many variables. Ultimately, it’s up to you as far as what you want out of …

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01/14/2015 04:10 AM
Learn About Viruses & Malware. Direct To Your Inbox

We here at Technibble camp have been sending out our front page content via email for easily 7 years. Lately we have been experimenting with topic specific emails, one of them being information about Viruses and Malware. In the emails, Ken Dwight, known as “The Virus Doctor” will be sharing …

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01/06/2015 07:12 AM
4 Tips to Help You Achieve Your Computer Business Goals

Its a new year and I know for some of our readers, 2015 is going to be the year they start their own business. I am sure that even business owners with established businesses have their own resolutions. This might be gaining more clients, increasing your revenue or perhaps improve …

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12/15/2014 07:16 AM
Foner Books’ Computer Repair Flowcharts

As far as visual aids in troubleshooting repairs goes, one of the best visual aids is the flowchart, and in the computer repair industry that holds true as well. It’s easier to follow a simple thread from the top down to the bottom than to go from paragraph to paragraph …

Source: Foner Books’ Computer Repair Flowcharts - Technibble


12/03/2014 10:37 AM
Avoid Missed Client Appointments with Apptoto

If your clients are anything like mine they often forget their appointments. Sometimes they’ll blame us for recording incorrect information. Other times they’ll just forget to write it down or check their calendar. No-shows or “sites not ready” cost us all money. Apptoto is a cost-effective solution for computer repair …

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11/25/2014 11:21 PM
Online Backup Services Comparison for You & Your Clients

An online backup services comparison usually focus on which service is best.  The services are a popular way of protecting client data. The backups are automatic and off-site, giving your clients peace of mind in case of disaster. If you’re suggesting these services, you have to look at what’s best …

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11/23/2014 08:13 AM
Survey Competition Winner And Some Discounts Too!

We got a massive amount of feedback from our readers, more than in any past survey which is pretty amazing. Our readers asked many great questions which is going to become our writers topic list for quite some time. It gave us a few things to look at that we …

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11/17/2014 03:53 AM
Moving Your Computer Repair Business Out of The House

Many of you started your computer repair business as a home based company. You don’t pay extra rent and you aren’t committed to a lease. At some point, you might consider moving out of the house and into another location. Although many owners think that means a retail shop, you …

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11/12/2014 09:06 AM
Technibble Reader Survey Competition – Win Computer Business Books & Software

  Fill out our short survey and be in the running to win computer business books and software! I would love to ask you a couple of questions about what you are interested in seeing here on Technibble and what your main pain points are. We ask so we can …

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11/06/2014 12:27 AM
Certifications vs Experience in the Tech Industry

Are you hiring a new technician or looking for more technicians in your company? Or are you an unemployed technician looking for work? Maybe you’re a self employed technician and you’re wondering whether or not you should go get certifications or not, to either impress clients or maybe increase your …

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PCWorld


01/26/2015 02:00 PM
Oops, you downloaded malware on your Android phone

If youre suddenly seeing spammy notifications for apps youve never downloaded, your Android device could be infected with malware. While theres technicallyno such thing as an Android "virus", there's plenty of harmful malware can be just as frustratingit spams you with notifications, uses up data and battery life, and slows down your phone, all while trying not to get caught.

Of course, the best way to get malware on your phone is to download a malware-laden app, so youre not completely innocent in this scenario. But every Android owner has come across malware at least once or twice, and so you all know that this is exactly how it starts...

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01/26/2015 12:30 PM
Apple Watch to go on sale in March, claims analyst

The Apple Watch will go on sale in March, and though component shortages may be an issue, about 5 million of the devices are likely to be sold in the first quarter, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo.

Apple hasnt given a launch date for its first smartwatch, which it unveiled in September, only saying to expect the device in early 2015. In addition to Kuos research note, however, other reports also have said the watch will be generally available in March.

Before the device becomes available, Apple will reveal additional information on the watch, including battery specifics and pre-order details, said Kuo, according to a story on the website MacRumors. Apple has said the smartwatch will need nightly recharging, but hasnt offered other battery information.

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01/26/2015 12:23 PM
Cyanogen CEO says he wants to take Android away from Google

Cyanogen is one of the most popular open source Android variants, running on the OnePlus One and and available for all to tinker with on their own phone.

But CEO Kirt McMaster has bigger plans. He hopes to build it into a full-fledged Android rival with its own app store and a more open structure that recalls the early days of Android.

He made the comments during The Informations The Next Phase of Android conference in San Francisco. His opening remark was unambiguous about his intentions: Im the CEO of Cyanogen. Were attempting to take Android away from Google.

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01/26/2015 11:38 AM
Apple brings back free music with new iTunes promotion
So long, Single of the Week. Hello, Free on iTunes.
01/26/2015 11:22 AM
T-Mobile brings back the subsidy (sort of) with Score discount program

After eliminating subsidies and service contracts a couple years ago, T-Mobile has invented a new kind of lock-in with its Score program.

With Score, you pay $5 per month on top of your existing T-Mobile bill in exchange for a discount on your next upgrade. After six months, subscribers can get an entry-level 4G smartphone for free. After 12 months, subscribers get a discount on any phone in T-Mobiles lineup.

On the entry level, for example, T-Mobile is offering the Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 (regularly $79) at no extra charge after six months, for a discount of $49. The discount after 12 months depends on the phone, with T-Mobile listing $100 off Samsungs Galaxy S5 and $150 off Googles Nexus 6 as examples. (The actual discount is at least $60 less than the MSRP of the new phone after factoring in the extra monthly payments.)

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01/26/2015 11:17 AM
Motorola returns to the Chinese market with a focus on smartphone design

Would you like your smartphones cover in wood or leather? And how about the devices metal trim?

Smartphone buyers in China are rarely asked those questions. But in a country already crowded with competition, the Motorola Mobility brand is banking on phone customization as one way to separate itself from the pack.

On Monday, Lenovos newly acquired Motorola subsidiary made its formal return to China, after a two-year hiatus from the country. And the brand is hoping to reclaim its spot in the market, with not only high-quality phones, but by giving Chinese consumers control over how the devices look and feel.

Were delivering the very best to consumers and giving them the power to choose, said Motorola chief operating officer Rick Osterloh during a company event.

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01/26/2015 11:07 AM
How Apple ruined Motorola's Nexus 6 fingerprint sensor plans

That small, finger-sized dimple on the back of the Nexus 6 was supposed to be for more than just balancing the oversized device. It turns out Motorla intended to include a fingerprint sensor on the phone, which could have created all kinds of software possibilities.

But while Motorola was working on putting this kind of technology into its phones in 2012, Apple bought AuthenTec, the pioneering biometric security company that Motorola was working with, for $356 million. That didnt leave Motorola enough time to start over with another company to get a working sensor ready for the Nexus 6's debut last year.Apple beat them to the gate, debuting a fingerprint sensor in the iPhone 5s.

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01/26/2015 11:00 AM
BrandPost: Key Considerations for Extending Unified Communications to Mobile Users

The evidence is largely anecdotal but I get the sense that for all the talk about mobility and BYOD, precious few companies are extending all of their unified communications applications to their mobile users. And mobile users are likely getting fed up.

Its got to be frustrating to have access to all sorts of helpful UC applications while in the office, from videoconferencing to presence and web-based collaboration tools, then have to do without most of them when youre on the road.

It doesnt have to be that way, of course, because the tools and services are available to extend UC to mobile users, on their choice of device (within reason). Hosted UC services can make the chore especially easy, at least if you choose a provider that offers support for mobile devices baked in to their offering as many do.

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01/26/2015 10:50 AM
AT&T to acquire Nextel Mexico assets for $1.9 billion

AT&T has agreed to acquire mobile carrier Nextel Mexico for UDS$1.9 billion from parent company NII Holdings, in an effort by AT&T to win a larger slice of the Mexican mobile market, the company announced Monday.

The deal includes all NIIs mobile assets in Mexico, including spectrum licenses, network facilities, retail stores and 3 million customers, AT&T said in a press release.

NII, based in Reston, Virginia, filed for bankruptcy in U.S. court in September. The company also operates mobile networks in Argentina and Brazil.

The deal with AT&T, subject to approval by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York and regulatory approvals in Mexico, is expected to close by mid-2015, NII said in a press release.

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01/26/2015 10:41 AM
Modular smartphones could be repurposed as computer clusters

The promise of modular smartphones like Googles Project Ara (pictured above) is that buyers will be able to upgrade components at willand now Finnish company Circular Devices has come up with a use for discarded computing modules.

Circular Devices is working on its own modular smartphone concept, Puzzlephone, and hopes to ship working products before the end of the year even though it hasnt yet released a prototype.

The idea behind the Puzzlephone and Project Ara is to increase the longevity of smartphones and reduce waste in the process. With the Puzzlecluster platform, Circular Devices is aiming to take waste reduction one step further.

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01/26/2015 09:52 AM
How to enable the Spartan browser's speedy new Edge engine in Windows 10 today

Microsofts new Project Spartan browser(pictured above) isnt available just yet, but Windows Insiders can already reap some of the benefits through Internet Explorer.

In the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview build, users can toggle a hidden flag in Internet Explorer to enable Spartans new Edge rendering engine. Though its still experimentaland is mainly aimed at developersit should bring significant performance improvements over IE11s existing engine.

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01/26/2015 09:44 AM
Cablevision to introduce true Wi-Fi-only mobile service

Its hard to go anywhere in an urban environment these days without running into public Wi-Fi hotspots. There are so many, in fact, that Cablevision believes it can offer a purely Wi-Fi based mobile phone service.

The Internet and cable TV provider will offer an all Wi-Fi talk, text, and data service starting in February, according to GiagaOm. The new service, called Freewheel, will be available to Cablevision subscribers for $10 a month and non-Cablevision customers can sign-up for $30 per month.

This wont be like other Wi-Fi focused competitors such as FreedomPop and Republic Wireless. Those services currently route calls and texts via Wi-Fi when possible but fallback on Sprints wireless network when Wi-Fi is not available.

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01/26/2015 09:40 AM
Facebook in Turkey ordered to block material insulting Prophet Muhammad

A Turkish court has reportedly ordered Facebook to block access to pages that share material insulting the Prophet Muhammad, threatening to block access to the site in the whole country if it does not comply.

The order to start censoring insulting material was given by the Golbasi Duty Magistrate Court on Sunday, reported the Anadolu Agency, the Turkish press agency. Golbasi is 20 km (12.5 miles) south of the capital city of Ankara. The court issued the order on request of a prosecutor who had investigated social media pages.

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01/26/2015 09:31 AM
How to handle a Facebook bully or stalker

An anonymous reader has been getting a lot of unwanted, and potentially frightening, attention on Facebook. I offer some advice.

If someone on Facebook continually insults you, upsets you, threatens you, or makes unwanted sexual advances, ask them to stop. If they do, fine. If not, you've got a stalker.

First, ask yourself if you feel physically threatened. If the bully is threatening you with violence, or stalking you in the physical world, or coming to your home, the problem is beyond cyberbullying. You need to call the police.

[Have a tech question? Ask PCWorld Contributing Editor Lincoln Spector. Send your query to answer@pcworld.com.]

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01/26/2015 08:25 AM
NFL highlights headed to Google search and YouTube this week

Its not live streams of full games, but after a few years of rumors the NFL and Google have finally signed a media deal. Just in time for the Super Bowl, Google and the National Football League will bring highlight clips to YouTube and Google search results, according to Recode.

The deal also includes NFL-themed OneBox information at the top of search results that weve been seeing for a while. When you search for your favorite team, such as the New York Jets (Blech, go Pats! ed.), you can see the kickoff time for the next game, a team schedule, and the current score during game time.

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01/26/2015 08:13 AM
Witcher 3: Wild Hunt hands-on: Four hours with the most anticipated RPG of the year

It finally happened. After two years of hands-off demos, multiple delays, and et cetera, I finally got my grunny hands on The Witcher 3 not just for a piddling few minutes or a tightly controlled demo, but for four hours. CD Projekt basically sat me down at a computer, booted the game, and said "Go."

And I went. I finished off the tutorial, completed a half dozen side quests, and got through the story basically to the end of what I'll call "Chapter One." In other words, right when things started to get interesting? That's when I ran out of time.

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01/26/2015 07:54 AM
Adobe pushes critical Flash Player update to fix latest zero-day

Adobe Systems started pushing a critical Flash Player patch to users who have auto-update enabled over the weekend in order to fix a vulnerability that has been exploited by attackers since last week.

An exploit for the vulnerability has been integrated into the Angler Exploit Kit, a tool used by cybercriminals to launch mass drive-by-download attacks, primarily through malicious ads displayed on legitimate websites.

The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2015-0311, affects users with Flash Player enabled in Mozilla Firefox and in all versions of Internet Explorer running on Windows 8.1 and earlier. The Flash Player plug-in bundled with Google Chrome also has the vulnerability, but the browsers security sandbox mechanism prevents its exploitation.

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01/26/2015 07:48 AM
Coinbase to launch first licensed U.S. Bitcoin exchange

Bitcoin wallet provider Coinbase will launch the first U.S. licensed exchange for the digital currency on Monday, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

While pointing to a Lunar teaser website with a clock counting down to 9 a.m. Eastern Time Monday, Coinbases Twitter account also posted a link to documentation for Coinbase Exchange, calling them API docs for our new project.

The move by Coinbase follows plans announced last week for Gemini, a regulated Bitcoin exchange in New York that is backed by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, and reflects a movement to get financial authorities behind Bitcoin amid continued price declines, hacking and criminal cases as well as the collapse of mammoth Japan-based exchange MtGox 11 months ago.

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01/26/2015 07:25 AM
Brian Fargo reveals Bard's Tale IV, the first Bard's Tale sequel in 27 years

Wasteland ? Planescape? "Pah," says Brian Fargo, founder of both Interplay and inXile. "Let's go all the way back to 1984, to the beginnings of Interplay. Let's go back...to Bard's Tale ."

I mean, maybe he didn't say it in those words, but the sentiment is the same. Over the weekend Fargo and Co. announced that in addition to developing spiritual Planescape sequelTorment: Tides of Numenera, inXile is commencing work on a proper Bard's Tale sequel, appropriately titled Bard's Tale IV.

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01/26/2015 06:50 AM
The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, January 26

Coinbase set to open first licensed Bitcoin exchange in U.S.

The first licensed Bitcoin exchange in the U.S. is slated to open Monday morning, courtesy of Coinbase, which has been providing a wallet service for users of the cryptocurrency. The move indicates a growing trend to bring Bitcoin out of the shadows: last week plans were announced for Gemini, another regulated exchange to be based in New York.

Malaysia Airlines has more bad luck: a big hack

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