Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – June 18, 2016

Real Tech Stories. Really shaky analysis. The past week had both Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) taking place, so it’s no surprise that the week’s biggest news was… the unveiling of new celebrity couple Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift. And their dubbing, 4.7 seconds after they were firstContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – June 18, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – June 11, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. There was a lot of talk this week about passwords being stolen and proper steps to be taken to secure your various accounts, so if you learn one thing from this Weekly Tech Views… well, it’s that you shouldn’t expect to learn things from the Weekly Tech Views. ForContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – June 11, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – June 4, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. We’re all feeling the effects of yesterday’s National Doughnut Day–the sugar crash, the weight gain, the sprinkles in our hair. A good way to recuperate is with the Weekly Tech Views, which causes almost none of those things while still providing the same amount of useful tech information asContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – June 4, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – May 28, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. Ah, Memorial Day Weekend. The unofficial kickoff to summer, when the weather is finally nice enough to open the windows while spending three days on the couch watching The Simpsons Marathon. For the week of May 23 – 27, 2016… They Are Kind Of Catchy Google is launching Magenta,Continue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – May 28, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – May 21, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. For the week of May 17-21, 2016…  Style For The Camera! Google introduced Duo, a one-on-one video calling app. It includes a feature called Knock Knock which allows you to see the caller before you answer, an entertainment feature providing laughs you can only get by watching someone suddenlyContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech – No Logic Blog) – May 21, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views (The Tech-No Logic Blog) – May 14, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. Tech companies keep making news, despite knowing darned well how it’s going to get treated here. For the week of May 9-13, 2016… But Ours Uses 100% More Words Facebook won a trademark infringement case against a Chinese company who registered the name “face book.” “Damn, that’s not good,”Continue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech-No Logic Blog) – May 14, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views (The Tech–No Logic Blog) – May 7, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis.   Every Mother’s Day, I’m reminded of Captain Penny, a show I watched as a kid. The Captain was a railroad engineer who talked to us kids between cartoons and Little Rascals and Three Stooges shorts. He would close each show by saying “You can fool some of theContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views (The Tech–No Logic Blog) – May 7, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views – April 30, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. First lawn mowing of the season today, thanks to the yearly tradition of a panicked neighbor thinking their pet has run away only to realize it had been standing in the middle of our back yard the whole time. I end up getting a dirty look, like it wasContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views – April 30, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views – April 23, 2016

Real tech news. Really shaky analysis. Welcome to this week’s edition of the Weekly Tech Views, where each story, like the Cleveland Browns draft in a few days, is sure to start promisingly but end with you saying, “What the heck just happened?”  Take That Amazon is now offering their Prime Video streaming service asContinue reading “Weekly Tech Views – April 23, 2016”

Weekly Tech Views – April 16, 2016

Real tech stories. Really shaky analysis. I feel like I have a fresh outlook on things today, as I view the new coat of paint on the dining room walls that surround me as I type this. It’s amazing how something as simple as a new color and the accompanying fumes can alter your perspective.Continue reading “Weekly Tech Views – April 16, 2016”