Security Cameras / Photocopier Hard Drives / Google TV / Photo Printing / Free Voicemail / Computer Problems
In today's TOURBUS,
I've got some tips about Home Security Camera Systems, and on the flipside of the surveillance coin,
what might be lurking on the Photocopier's Hard Drive?
You'll also get a sneak peek at Google TV, before it's released this fall.
Also in this issue, find out which Online Photo Printing I think are tops,
get the scoop on Free Voicemail Services and learn the truth
about Computer Fix-It Software. Read on!
Home Security Camera Systems
Home security cameras are becoming more important to homeowners, as houses equipped with security systems enjoy higher resale values and lower insurance rates. No matter what the crime rate is in your neighborhood, security cameras for your home are as good an investment as a new roof.
Learn more about home security camera systems, and get my recommendations for some easy-to-install wireless cameras...
Nearly every digital photocopier sold since 2002 stores images of whatever it copies on an internal hard drive. This enables conveniences like printing copies of frequently needed documents without re-scanning them. But stored documents can also be a security or identity theft time-bomb.
Consider what may be on the office copier's hard drive when you or your employer trades it in or otherwise disposes of it...
Google TV is yet another paradigm-shifting technology which is slated to be available in Fall 2010. Google TV ingeniously mates television content with web videos and smartphone apps to create an enhanced viewing experience. Google TV also provides a Web-like search bar to help you find what you want to watch.
Let's take a look at what Google TV will do for channel-surfers...
If you want the best quality paper prints of your digital photos, you have two choices: spend several hundred dollars on your own dedicated photo printer or use a photo-processing service. Since the original photos are in digital files there's no reason you can't deliver them online for printing.
You just click, pay, and hang out by the mailbox for your prints. Here are some of the best online photo printing services...
Free voicemail services were commonplace during the 1990s, when the Web was new and service providers had something to prove to voicemail users. But today there are very few truly free voicemail services now that the technology has demonstrated its reliability and quality.
Here's a rundown on where to look for free voicemail, and what features are offered, and how to integrate it into your digital life...
Does your computer seem to be slowing down? Does it freeze unexpectedly, or give you cryptic error messages? You've probably encountered commercials on radio, TV or online, promising software that will "double your speed" or repair common problems such as viruses, spam, popups or registry errors.
Computer repair software offered on many Web sites promises to fix these problems... but do they really work?