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SNES Classic RetroPie emulator live build prep By IDG.TV The SNES Classic is likely going to be hard to find?so we decided to make our own mini version of Nintendo's 16-bit console. Join us as we build a Raspberry Pi 3 based RetroPie emulator with all the same great looks and even better features! ...Read More »
11 Most Promising Business Technology Trends in 2017 By Diana Smith Following a tremendous change in the way we use technology in our private lives, like booking plane tickets, hailing cabs, collecting payments and even controlling our home systems from our mobile devices, it's no surprise these innovations are entering the business sphere. New generation workforce values the ability to work from anywhere, any time, on any device. On the other hand, customers also appreciate that kind of user experience. Businesses need to face challenges like complex end-user support, but without sacrificing security. Let's examine the new business tech trends of today. ...Read More »
Google's New Ad Rotation Settings - Ready for the Impact on Your Ad Spend? By Chad Crowe If you are one of the many advertisers who received Google's Aug 29th email on the changes to ad rotation, like most you are probably wondering what exactly does this mean, and more importantly what will the impact be on performance and return within your account. Unfortunately for most of us Google's official response, is unsurprisingly vague, and while ad rotation may seem like a minor consideration it can have a big impact if not effectively managed. ...Read More »
5 Steps to Creating and Launching a New Idea By Chris Prendergast, inventor of JamStack Starting a hardware business is tough. There are a lot barriers to entry, not the least of which is financial. Through a bit of creative deal making and industrious problem solving, I was able to take $12,000 in savings and turn it into a 1.4-million-dollar business in under twelve months. Here's a short version of how I launched my idea for JamStack, a digitally connected amplifier that will bring Millennials back to the electric guitar. ...Read More »
What is Bytecoin? By Ian Wallace What is Bytecoin? Bytecoin, not to be confused with Bitcoin, is a cryptocurrency that highly focuses on privacy, decentralization, and network stability. Made in July of 2012 by the Bytecoin core development team, it was one of the first cryptocurrencies to be it's own original code and not a cookie cutter fork of Bitcoin. But what makes Bytecoin different from Bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies out there? ...Read More »
Apple iPhone 8 & 8 Plus unboxing and wireless charging tests By IDG.TV What's it like to take the wraps off of a new iPhone 8? What the video and find out. ...Read More »
5 clever uses for old Android phones By IDG.TV Put your old Android device to work -- as a universal smart remote or remote camera, for example -- with these easy step-by-step instructions from Computerworld blogger JR Raphael. ...Read More »
How to get Oreo-like features on any Android phone By IDG.TV Don't have an Android device? With the right set of apps, you can get Oreo-like features on just about any device with this step-by-step advice from Computerworld blogger JR Raphael. ...Read More »

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