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Raspberrypi Disk Images

Need a disk image for your Raspberry pi? Then you should check out this growing list at Raspberry Pi Disk Images Not familiar with Raspberry pi? The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in […]

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Create a Mountain Lion Install disk

Apple’s newest version of OS X Mountain Lion is only $19.95 and you can update all of your Macs without having to purchase it for each one. The way you get the new Operating System is through the Mac App store. The install is around 4 and a half GB and takes a considerable amount […]

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Apple Launches iPhone 4S, iOS 5 & iCloud

iPhone 4S Features Dual-Core A5 Chip, All New Camera, Full 1080p HD Video Recording & Introduces Siri CUPERTINO, California—October 4, 2011—Apple® today announced iPhone® 4S, the most amazing iPhone yet, packed with incredible new features including Apple’s dual-core A5 chip for blazing fast performance and stunning graphics; an all new camera with advanced optics; full […]

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Apple OS X Lion a.k.a. 10.7

Here are my first thoughts on OS X Lion (10.7). The new operation system from Apple was just released this morning around 8:00 a.m. Est. Installation Apple decided to use its App store as the delivery method for this OS release. The cost is a reasonable $30 which allows you to install it on all […]

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Installing a new hard drive in your MacBook

Upgrading the hard drive in your MacBook is a relatively easy process. I’ll outline a couple different methods here for you. Step 1: Connecting your new Hard Drive to your MacBook to prepare it for backing up. Before you crack the case open you have to format and backup your existing hard drive to the […]

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IOS 5 Release set for this fall

On Monday Apple announced their next major release of IOS for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, IOS 5. The announcements came at keynote of the Apple Developer conference, WWDC which runs June 6-10 2011.

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) showcases the latest innovations and the newest technologies in iOS and Mac OS X. Over 1,000 Apple engineers guide you through five exciting days of in-depth technical sessions and hands-on labs that demonstrate how to harness the incredible power of the world’s most advanced operating systems.

IT & Tech Pros, Register for TechConnect Ohio this Thursday!

TechConnect Ohio is proud to announce the current list of sponsor companies who will be in attendance for its inaugural event aimed at connecting job seekers with companies looking to fill open positions with the local technical talent. “Ohio-based companies are committed to seeking out local technical talent. There is no better way to bring […]

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Multiple Google Calendars on iPhone / iPad

I used to have a MobileMe account because I wanted all my contacts, files and calendars all in sync on my various iDevices. After a while Google and DropBox made it possible to do everything MobileMe could do without having to spend the $99 a year. So I canceled my MobileMe account and moved to […]

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We need more Bluetooth

Why is it that Bluetooth isn’t used more in the pc computer market? It has been adopted as the acceptable wireless technology for the cell phone market but still lagging in the pc market. Apple seems to have embraced it to the point that it is included in all their computers, iPhones, iPads and some […]

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Enabling root SSH login on an ESX host

Since ESX 3.0, for increased security, SSH is disabled by default for the root account on an ESX host. That is, the actual sshd service does not allow root logins. Non-root users are able to login with SSH. This is another layer of protection in addition to the host firewall. Note: Each SSH connection to […]

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