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Hipac – The lost tape : Pioneer’s forgotten 1970s cassette rival

Hipac is the pre-recorded tape format that history forgot, so it’s time to fix that. Previous videos on related formats; 1) The Playtape 2) The Mail Call Also – check out my playlist full of unusual and forgotten tech: The only other video I’ve found on YouTube featuring a Hipac player – can be viewed here: FAQs etc. Firstly – a few Japanese speakers have confirmed my pronunciation of Hipac is correct…so that’s good news. Q) What’s that clock/youtube counter…

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WPS Office 2016 review: A true Office alternative

Price: Free with ads, or $30 per year without Platform: Windows, Linux Kingsoft touts WPS Office as “your dream solution for a low-budget, no-commitment, free productivity office suite,” and it’s not just hyperbole. The suite—comprised of the self-explanatory Writer, Spreadsheets, and Presentation apps—replicates most of the essential Microsoft Office features and adds a few unique extras. It also comes with 1GB of online storage, called WPS Cloud, for sharing documents. If getting all this for free sounds to good to…

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Google has a plan to make your account even more secure

Right now two-factor authentication is the best way of protecting your Google account, where you need your email address, your password, and a specific code generated by your phone to gain access to your Google stuff on a new computer – if your password leaks out, you should still be covered. Now Bloomberg is reporting that Google has something even more secure in the pipeline: it’s called the Advanced Protection Program and it uses physical security keys you carry around…

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How to change an Apple ID email address without access to that email address

Apple IDs use an email address to identify each user. Problems can occur when you can’t access that email address anymore, which leads to an inquiry by Macworld reader Deborah: My Apple ID is associated with my work email which I no longer have access to after leaving the company. How can I change this to my current account without creating problems? Apple Apple lets you change your Apple ID address without having access to the original email within iOS.…

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Apple Watch 3 returned: There are better LTE and fitness-focused watches

It’s not me and it’s not really Apple, it’s the state of most smartwatches today. A couple of years ago I wrote that the Apple Watch was the best Apple product I’ve ever purchased. Yesterday, I sent my Apple Watch Series 3 back to Apple after a week and no longer have an Apple Watch in my collection. A few days ago, I wrote about my experiences running with the Apple Watch 3 and Samsung Gear S3 Frontier. As you…

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Who wants an SNES Classic Edition when you can have a mini Commodore 64?

You’ve heard of the SNES Classic Edition; now get ready for the C64 Mini. The diminutive game console from Retro Games follows in Nintendo’s footsteps by offering an oh-so-appropriate 64 games from the Commodore 64 home computer that thrived in the 1980s. As someone who actually owned a Commodore 64 (and still has it stashed around here somewhere), I admit I’m more fascinated by this than Nintendo’s offerings. That’s partly because the C64 Mini isn’t just about the games, although…

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