Tag: Wireless

Hands on Review with the Olixar BoomBrick Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Disclosure – I was provide the Olixar BoomBrick Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for review by http://www.mobilefun.com/ You can find it on MobileFun at http://www.mobilefun.com/41906-olixar-boombrick-wireless-bluetooth-speaker-black.htm or Amazon at http://amzn.to/1I8KzcN   The BoomBrick Wireless Bluetooth Speaker is the newest in a crowded market of Blue Tooth Speakers. Where the BroomBrick is different than many of the others however is that it features two powerful 3W drivers, providing you with a total output of 6W that enables room filling high fidelity audio. The BoomBrick overcomes bass problems by featuring a passive radiator, which extends the bass response of the two existing full-range drivers –

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John Nye from Bellevue University talks Ethical Hacking, Wireless and Password Security and User Education and Tips – Infotec 2014

  Jim Collison is an employee of Gallup Inc. in Omaha Nebraska. Find out more about Gallup Careers at http://careers.gallup.com, and start your strengths journey at http://gallupstrengthscenter.com. These videos were created in partnership with AIM, Gallup and http://theAverageGuy.tv John Nye is a C|EH (Certified Ethical Hacker) L|PT (Licensed Penetration Tester) & ECSA (EC-Council Certified Security Analyst), a Bellevue University Student in his final year working towards a BS in CyberSecurity and a IT Security Analyst at Kiewit Corp. You can find John on Linked in at www.linkedin.com/pub/john-nye/26/ba0/734/ and at endisnye.com.  He is a total security nut/geek and is always open

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Hands on Review of the [5-in-1] RAVPower FileHub Wireless SD Card Reader with 3000mAh Backup Battery, Wireless Mobile Storage Media Sharing, WLAN Hot Spot & NAS File Server

Bill Rockhold is a Home Tech listener and guest writer for the The Average Guy Blog.  This item was purchased with proceeds from the Average Guy Tech Scholarship Fund.  https://www.patreon.com/theaverageguy With spring break approaching and summer vacation right around the corner, the season of road trips with children were quickly upon us. Our family’s biggest technology road trip hurdle was that my step-daughter had a tablet, but had too many videos to fit on the device. So, we would end up taking a DVD player to compensate for the lack of drive space. I thought that I solved the issue

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