Hello and thank you for coming back to check us out. We have received a few products from Etekcity recently and they have all been pretty decent, so I bet you are curious on how this one stacks up? I have used Heatguns forever, I think they are amazing, but I have never had one on my own and now I do. If you have never used one of these, you might like this. Check … Read more
As of this writing Amazon has purchased Twitch for a reported $970 million in a move that I honestly never saw coming. It was reported back in July that Google was the front runner in buying Twitch which, to be quite honest, made a lot of sense. With YouTube and Twitch combining forces I honestly didn’t know what to expect. However, a lot of Twitch users, myself included, were a bit afraid of Google buying … Read more
Welcome back to another fresh episode of Dragon Cast. This time Victor, Brian and Iggy all talk about the Internet and just how silly some people can be online. The gang discusses Internet bullying and ways in which people can prevent themselves from being bullyed and also answer the question “Should be people held accountable for their actions online?” Not to mention how the Internet has changed the way we interact with everyone and everything. … Read more
Recently Google was in the news for informing a Texas police department just outside of Houston, TX that a user had child pornography in his Gmail account. Now it is known Google scans your email in an effort to serve targeted ads to its Gmail users. For those you love Gmail this is a trade off for what they believe is a great email service they can use for free. Free email, free storage, free … Read more
Not only is there a computer client for the VIPole Secure Instant Messenger service, but there’s also an Android client as well.
Horror Block is a new monthly subscription service that is run through NerdBlock. I am a huge horror fan and love what NerdBlock does so I thought I would give this one a go. It costs $19.99 a month but the value is usually worth it so lets see what they sent. Everything is nicely packed as it is with NerdBlock. I have never had a problem of damaged items which is good. 1 time … Read more
After a very long hiatus the DragonCast crew are back once again to bring to you some entertainment
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The beginning of Spring not only brought the hope of longer days and greener lawns through the purchase of Oculus Rift by Facebook for $2 billion dollars. That $2 billion being paid in $400 million is cash and $1.6 billion in Facebook stock. Not too far after massive purchase of the messaging app Whatsapp for $16 billion dollars. Oculus is a virtual reality technology that has been crowd funded to this point on Kickstarter. They … Read more
Here’s a list of predictions for the world of social media in 2020.
Need to know how to share a PDF file on your Facebook wall, this article will give you options.
This Saturday, November 2nd marks the 5th annual Extra Life 25 Hour Video Game Marathon. The event happens every year in order to help raise money for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals all across the world. Extra Life started as a way to honor Victoria Enmon which her battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia helped inspire the Sarcastic Gamer Community to try to raise money due to Victoria being a gamer herself and help her out by receiving … Read more
It’s been awhile but Victor Salazar and myself are back for yet another amazing episode of Dragoncast. This time around we discuss the return of one of the most watched television shows, AMC’s The Walking Dead (just want to let our listeners know there are spoilers about episode 1) in which Victor and myself let everyone know just how excited we are about the return of our favorite zombie survivalists. We also cover Grand … Read more
Welcome back to another episode of Dragon Blogger’s very own Dragoncast! It’s been awhile but we are finally back on the air. On this episode we come back with an all new format where The Dragoncast is going to be your source of all things nerd, but don’t fear! We will continue to provide news and discussion about tech based products and much, much more. Last Sunday was the season 3 finale of AMC’s The … Read more
Got bored of Facebook’s timeline visual? Here’s something new which will be introduced very soon. Facebook always tried to give new features to their users whether they wanted them or not, and the biggest social networking site Facebook is currently rolling out new changes for the users once again. This feature which already exists for some users includes a reply button on comments, and news feed features. News Feed: A few weeks ago Facebook announced that they were bringing a new … Read more
When I had Facebook Graph search enabled on my Facebook account earlier this week I only started scratching the surface in trying to figure out what I could use it for and how I would be able to leverage it to raise awareness for Dragon Blogger and the company and product giveaways that I do. You can easily find this power in the ability to find people who like brands, but your ability to narrow … Read more
The copyright nuances of YouTube can seem like a really scary thing to an amateur filmmaker. Those just starting out may fear losing the video they worked so hard on due to using a copyrighted soundtrack as the backing music. What can be done to remedy this though when the filmmaker in question does not have any musical experience whatsoever? Does one have to start looking for things that sound practically like elevator music? Is … Read more
Re-experience some of your favourite childhood stories with some lively and entertaining illustrations while you race against the clock to spot creatively integrated animations. Imagine a game like Bejeweled crossed with Alice in Wonderland and you will have Living Classics. To add another level to the game, you must complete puzzles and quests in order to rescue the foxes who have gotten lost in each of the different stories. The puzzles are fun, … Read more
Technology has made huge advances in recent years. New technologies and the passing of time make for more information to learn and remember. Originally, mathematical equations, such as the Pythagorean theorem, needed to be memorized as all calculations were written out by hand. Now that we have calculators, we don’t even learn the actual equations in school anymore. It used to be, that, if you wanted to remember appointment times, event information, phone numbers, or … Read more
Recent reports have come to light letting us know Facebook is actually monitoring your chats and messages. You may think this is some move out of a B-rate cyber thriller or political blockbuster, but it’s not. Facebook and other social media sites are screening and monitoring your messages and chats using software that is reminiscent of the Carnivore program that the FBI began using back in 1997. The software actively goes through and scans … Read more