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72 Home Tech Podcast: Oracle v Google, Bing and Facebook, IE Only on Windows 8, NEST, Vudu and Microsoft v Apple Sales Numbers
Jim and Christian are joined this week by special guest Gordon Schmidt for show 72 of The Home Tech Podcast. We tried using the very new Google+ Hangout feature called “On Air.” The show video is now available on YouTube at the Average Guy Podcast Channel. Give it a try.
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Jim takes a look at the real sales numbers for both Windows and Apple.
Of all the strange places, I found this thread over at the Home Server Show forums. Erik Chavez (texasPl in the HSS Forums) posted some feedback on his overclocking experience with his new TouchPad as well as a great deal on a cover from a source that might surprise you.
Disclaimer: Overclocking your HP Tablet could result in a bricked unit and is at your own risk. The Average Guy accepts no responsibility for the content or results of the following. If it works however, we get all the credit!
Here is what Eric had to say.
Here’s the forum thread he followed to overclock:
Overall I found WebOS to be fun to use and I agree with your write up on the browser, it is one of the best I’ve ever used. The problem I noticed was that scrolling was not as smooth as say the iPad 2 (which I also own). So once you install Preware you can look through the items there for various tweaks to browser, system etc. One of my favorites has been a tweak to allow video to continue when you card the video player so that you can move to another application and then return without interrupting your video. Preware is like Cydia for iOS in that it has feeds and packages.