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Technology writer for the award winning CTTechJunkie.com. I review gadgets for my YouTube channel and at Amazon.com.

Co-Founder of the Independent Media Network LLC and LocalOnlineNews.TV LLC. Hand model and many other things at The Safety Zone LLC.

Co-Host of Behind the Video and occasional tech guest on WNPR and WTIC-AM. Former guest and co-host of This Week in Media. See my recent media mentions.

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Managed Joe Courtney's successful 2006 campaign for Congress, margin of victory 83 votes! I'm an alum of the NASA Tweetup program (STS-133) and covered the last two Space Shuttle launches for CTTechJunkie.com. I drive a Chevy Volt.
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Buffalo is making routers with DD-WRT preinstalled. But they cost more than their non-DDWRT twins:
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+Philipp Te if you compare the WSR line to WHR line you'll find out that they aren't even the same hardware. The Truth of the matter is that most of Buffalo's regular firmware routers are catering to your average home user, they are woefully underpowered outside of the use of similar Wireless AC chipsets.

Buffalo is not by any means charging DDWRT users more for the sake of it, they are providing more powerful hardware to go along with that firmware.
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The Asus Chromebook C201 is a superb value at $169. My review:
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+charlie brownau yeah, chromebooks/boxes are way overpriced for NZ/AU. Purchased mine last year via Amazon, free shipping to my US address (https://www.nzpost.co.nz/tools/youshop) and then an additional $20 p&p to get it to NZ. Saved myself a couple of hundred dollars and only had to wait a week.
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The Canary is a well executed home camera security system:
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+Lon Seidman as always love your videos. Was personally interested in this product when their campaign started. Thanks for a great review!
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This is our last video from the recent Pepcom NYC event! Synology's new 1900AC router:
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Ditto is a small notification clip that works with smartphones. It can alert you to important things without having to look at a phone:
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It's time for your weekly wrapup! The Phorm case, big mics, and more:
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It is an awesome mic!
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The Quantum Access is a great Windows PC on a stick for $129:
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thx for your fast response.. :)
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Weekly wrapup time! SpaceX accident, 50k subscribers, and lots of new gear to review:
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The Intel powered Asus Zenfone 2 Android smartphone is an exceptional value.
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+Lon Seidman I wan't one!!!
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I interviewed Todd Weaver, the CEO of Purism, about his privacy respecting laptop. Great discussion:
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I am not, I need to check it out.
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The Ecobee 3 is an alternative smart thermostat to the Nest. It supports Android and Apple HomeKit.
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+Lon Seidman Would love to see an overview/review with this guy in real use! I'm debating between this and the nest and am leaning more towards this due to the remote sensors that I can setup in all the rooms in my house. Neat stuff.
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First look: Sony's new Z4V smartphone can stream games from a PS4.
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We've used them quite a bit for banners, table throws, and a number of other products. They are fast, responsive, and local.
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