Terrarium TV For Android |The Future Of Video Streaming | LarryTalksTech.com

What is Terrarium TV: Terrarium TV for Android is an amazing app for video streaming.  With Terrarium TV you can easily stream or download 1080P HD (and now some 4k are available as well) movies and TV shows.  For streaming noobs, the app runs well after the install, and there plenty of configuration options for… Continue reading Terrarium TV For Android |The Future Of Video Streaming | LarryTalksTech.com

Review 30 Days With PlayStation Vue

Cutting The Cable Again (Sort Of): Thirty days ago, I unbundled my Spectrum cable bundle.  The phone service was replaced by Ooma.  I kept the Spectrum internet service.  After looking at Slingbox, Hulu, and some others, television programming went to PlayStation Vue. After living with the PlayStation Vue for thirty days, here are some of my thoughts:… Continue reading Review 30 Days With PlayStation Vue

Review Monoprice USB 3.0 3 Port Hub With Gigabit Ethernet

When WiFi G/N Is Not Enough Many of today’s laptops ship without an ethernet port. relying only on Wifi to connect to LANs or the Internet.  With the advent of WiFi G/N, these new laptops have a wireless speed that rivals the speed Gigabit Ethernet.  The downside to the new faster WiFi comes in its range.… Continue reading Review Monoprice USB 3.0 3 Port Hub With Gigabit Ethernet

Android TV Box Review Nexbox A1 S912

What’s A TV Box? In the past, I have taken older computers and converted them into media servers. Typically, these boxes used some flavor of Linux as an operating system with XBMC/Kodi and Plex doing the heavy lifting for movies, music, and photo streaming. The computers were connected to a TV either by a S-Cable,… Continue reading Android TV Box Review Nexbox A1 S912

Amazon Echo Dot 2 Review

What Is The Echo Dot 2? The Echo Dot 2 (or 2nd Generation) from Amazon, is a remarkable hockey-puck shaped device that you simply “speak” to, and it will attempt to answer your questions, and get pre-programmed things working (think home automation: lights, thermostat, coffee maker, locks, etc.). The Echo Dot 2 sells for $49.99.… Continue reading Amazon Echo Dot 2 Review

Sharp AQUOS LC-50UB30U 50″ 4K UHD TV -Review

Choosing the Sharp AQUOS LC-50UB30U 50″ 4K UHD TV When a friend of mine asked me to take a look at his new 80″ Sharp 4K TV, I was hooked.  4K TV’s have amazing clarity, thanks to their 2160p video and resolution of 3840 X 2160 pixels. Adding to this, there have been many improvements… Continue reading Sharp AQUOS LC-50UB30U 50″ 4K UHD TV -Review

Duplicate Photo Cleaner for iPhoto – Review

The Problem: I discovered the “Duplicate Photo Cleaner for iPhoto” out of necessity. I keep a master collection of all my photos on my server. Photos from my cameras are collected there, and then imported into iPhoto on each of my local Macs. I do this to protect my “original” photos from any errant issues… Continue reading Duplicate Photo Cleaner for iPhoto – Review

Pixlr Image Editor Review

What Is Pixlr? Pixlr is an image editor from Autodesk, where it has some amazing engineering and entertainment software siblings : AutoCad, Maya, and many others. Adobe’s Photoshop is still the top ranking image editor, and trying to make any comparison between Pixlr and Photoshop is like comparing a bicycle to an F-18 fighter jet.… Continue reading Pixlr Image Editor Review

Commander One – An Ultimate Free Finder Alternative

In February, I posted an article titled “2 Free Finder Alternatives for OS X” (Click here to see the article).  MuCommander and XtraFinder are the subject programs, and both are, in my humble opinion, improvements over the OS X Finder. Now, an even stronger Finder alternative has emerged:  Commander One.  The program loads fast, has… Continue reading Commander One – An Ultimate Free Finder Alternative