Gadgets Podcasts

Vacuum Cleaners Education show

Vacuum Cleaners EducationJoin Now to Follow

Learn about all vacuum cleaners features, and weed out the useless. HEPA vacuums with high filtration for allergy sufferers. Which is the most powerful? What are Air Watts, and find out how much suction you need. Intelligent vacuum guides. This guide shows you exactly what to look for. Canister vacuum cleaners seem to be Quieter Vacuums than uprights, and the noise levels between different cylinder models and vacuum producers vary quite a lot. Easy to follow vacuum cleaner information.

By AJ Pipkin

heaters show

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Small space heaters are typically used when the main heating system is inadequate or when central heating is too costly to install or operate. In some cases, small space heaters can be less expensive to use if you only want to heat one room or supplement inadequate heating in one room. They can also boost the temperature of rooms used by individuals who are sensitive to cold, especially elderly persons, without overheating your entire home. When buying and installing a small space heater, follow these guidelines: Only purchase newer model heaters that have all of the current safety features. Make sure the heater has the Underwriter's Laboratory (UL) label attached to it. Choose a thermostatically controlled heaters, since they avoid the energy waste of overheating a room. Select a heater of the proper size for the room you wish to heat. Do not purchase oversized heaters. Most heaters come with a general sizing table. Locate the heater on a level surface away from foot traffic. Be especially careful to keep children and pets away from the heater.

By heaters

My Podcast Weblog show

My Podcast WeblogJoin Now to Follow

Fire Safety Tips unveiled

By fireextinguisher

Naked Science Scrapbook show

Naked Science ScrapbookJoin Now to Follow

Drawing out the facts, the Naked Science Scrapbook brings a visual dimension to the world's most mysterious science.

By Sarah Castor-Perry, The Naked Scientists

Pew Pew Podcast show

Pew Pew PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Geek Culture Podcast bringing you the freshest news in the worlds of gaming, comics, movies, music, television, and all thinks geeky!

By Adrian Lopez, Edgar Torres, and Julio Torres

AuroIN show

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AuroIN LLC is the reliable SEO company which can give you guaranteed ranking in major search engines. We adopt state-of-the-art optimization techniques and follow the ground-breaking advanced SEO approaches backed by our R&D.

Cirque Du Geek Weekly Podcast show

Cirque Du Geek Weekly PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Cirque du Geek, hosted by Paul Granholm and John Martinovich, is a weekly podcast dedicated to the modern geek, covering topics ranging from video games and technology to anime and food. As unabashed geeks themselves, Paul and John rant, rave and debate on just about anything relevant (and sometimes irrelevant) in the domain of geekdom. While both hosts have deep roots in the old school arcade and LAN cultures, they frequently branch out to cover upcoming games as well as classics from the golden eras of gaming

By Cirque Du Geek

The Lazy Geeks show

The Lazy GeeksJoin Now to Follow

Two friends, Sapien and Nomad, give you the latest and greatest news. Covering television, movies, gaming, politics, tech, and whatever we feel is interesting. Not to mention comedy and rants. We're incredible and we thought we'd share. You're welcome.

By The Lazy Geeks

Phones Show Chat show

Phones Show ChatJoin Now to Follow

Companion audio podcast to the main Phones Show video podcast. Phones Show Chat runs about an hour and a quarter, every week, with two or three hosts, covering news, hardware, services, questions and answers from the world of phones and smartphones. There are also regular giveaways.

By Steve Litchfield

The Phones Show (MP4 version) show

The Phones Show (MP4 version)Join Now to Follow

The Phones Show (previously The Smartphones Show) is a television programme all about phones, but broadcast over the Internet, using the likes of iTunes and RSS. A new show will be available every few weeks. The Show is aimed at anyone who's either just purchased or is about to purchase a top-end phone. This is the feed for the VGA width, low resolution version, aimed at playback on mobiles and handheld devices - higher resolution versions will be available on the 'stevelitchfield' YouTube channel. Note that the low res QVGA version has been phased out.

By Steve Litchfield