Today’s Geek Squeaks – July 26, 2013

Today’s  Geek Squeaks‘ summary:

  • An easy (and portable) way to transfer files, on a network, without worrying about users, permissions, etc… ;
  • Get a T-Mobile phone for $0;
  • See the inside guts of the new Chromecast; AND,
  • If you are a big time book reader, then your tablet of choice should be the Kindle Paperwhite…

Dukto R6


If you don’t know Dukto, I can tell you that it’s an easy file transfer tool designed for LAN use. I use it in my everyday work to transfer files from one PC (or other device) to another, without worrying about users, permissions, operating systems, protocols, clients, servers and so on… Just start Dukto on the two PCs and transfer files and folders by dragging onto it’s window… GET IT HERE

T-Mobile turns up the heat, offers all phones for $0 down


T-Mobile is pulling out all the stops lately as part of their new “un-carrier” strategy. As of tomorrow, eligible customers will be able to purchase a new phone with no money down and pay for it via monthly payments for the next 24 months… READ MORE

iFixit Cracks Open Google’s $35 Chromecast Dongle


Inside they found a tiny logic board encased in “a big hunk of aluminum heat sink.” That’s a relative term of course, the heat sink for this 2-inch unit is only “big” in terms of how much of the Chromecast’s insides it occupies… READ MORE

The Best Device For Reading. Period.


Paperwhite guides light towards the display from above instead of projecting it out at your eyes like back-lit displays, thereby reducing screen fatigue. You can adjust your screen’s brightness to create a perfect reading experience in all lighting conditions, from bright sunlight to bedtime reading… READ MORE

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