Tech Support Guy Show
Summary: Get the latest in tech news and reviews from the award-winning Tech Support Guy site. Join Mike Cermak (TechGuy), Dan McCarthy (linuxphile), and Brian Hansen (handee9) as they discuss their opinions on today's tech topics.
FreedomPOP.com claims to offer free phone and Internet service. Learn more about what they offer, how it works, and some of the limitations.
We compared some of the most popular online backup systems, including Carbonite, Mozy, and CrashPlan. Find out which one we like best and some of the pros and cons. We also discuss using Dropbox, Skydrive, and Google Drive for backups.
We discuss privacy issues around Disney's planned tracking of visitors using RFID... including allowing payments, discovering children's names, and unlocking hotel room doors.
FreeTime to Read Your Mind
Need a tech gift idea for that special nerdy someone? Whether it's GoPro Hero3, Tetris Alarm Clocks, or Zombie Survival Guides, we'd got you covered.
Google now allows your Gmail emails to show up as part of your Google Search results. Is this a privacy issue? Do you really want your emails showing up in your Google Search?
We compare tablets this week: the new Google Nexus 10 vs the new iPad 4. Which one is the winner and why?
Halloween Gadgets and Online Backups
We do a short overview of the new iOS 6 and the new iPhone 5
Upgrade Windows XP to Windows 8, look for the world's first invisible car, details and excitement about the Amazon Kindle Fire 2 and Paperweight, and we stop using the word Metro.
Mike gives some tips and tricks for traveling with Technology, including a review of the Zuni Travel Router.
We avoiding traffic jams, watch DNS Changer shut down, watch as Google Nexus 7 is released, and count IP devices.
The next release of Windows is released with Flash support, we break your password in 0.0024 seconds, and "some" LinkedIn accounts get hacked... more than 6.5 million of them.
We discuss Google's new knowledge, Disney makes anything touch-sensitive, GeForce releases the GTX 680, and Google's self-driving cars take us into the future.