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Presenting Our GIANT List of Alexa Easter Eggs!

Here at OBITCO, we’re big fans of Amazon’s precocious artificial intelligence, Alexa. Sure, she can turn on lights, read the news, lock your doors, and even read bedtime stories to ...
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Is Remote Computer Support Safe?

A common question we tend to get at OBITCO is "Why don't you offer remote support?" It's a good question, especially considering the growing trend of online support companies and ...
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New Virus Asks You To Infect Your Friends

Would you infect your friends computer with a virus in exchange for your ransomed files? It's exactly what a new 'ransomware' virus is proposing. The idea of ransomware is a ...
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Samsung’s OTA Update Will Officially Kill The Note7

With production over and a recall in place, Samsung is looking to put the final nail in the coffin for the remaining Galaxy Note7 smartphones still unaccounted for. While 93 ...
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OBITCO eWaste Program

We’ll Pick Up Your eWaste for FREE!

Have an old computer laying around? Maybe that old iPod, or even *shudder* a Zune? If these items are taking up space in your house or business collecting dust, don't ...
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Is Officially DEAD

In August, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 was released to highly positive reviews, but soon after its release, there were several reports of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones spontaneously catching ...
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Zero Electric ‘Eco-Cooler’ Used In Bangladesh

While non-computer tech is not something we'd normally focus on, we're quite impressed at this simple, but effective design of a 'Zero Electric Cooler'. Bangladesh, which is known for some ...
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TeamViewer Points Fingers Admist Possible Breach

If you're not already aware, TeamViewer makes remote-control clients for Windows, OS X, Linux, Chrome OS, iOS and Android. June 1st marked a very bad day for TeamViewer. Several TeamViewer ...
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Want To Upgrade To Windows 10 For Free? Time Is Running Out!

The days of the persistent 'Upgrade to Windows 10' popup on your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 machine, by way of annoying notifications and automatic installations is coming to an ...
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Still Using Quicktime? That’s so 1991!

After it's release 24 years ago, back on December 2nd, 1991, vulnerabilities in Apple's Quicktime program have caught the attention of the U. S. Government. Last week, the Department of ...
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