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All of us deal with slow PCs from time to time. A lot of the "slow downs" are a result of years worth of clutter and errors in the Operating System. There are several software solutions on the market to increase PC performance. In this week's Product Spotlight, Chris shares his thoughts on one of those programs that we've been using successfully. Also, in This Week In Tech History, he reminds us of some of the past achievements of the tech world.

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  • CEA Update – Your personal health and fitness is about more than treadmills and gym memberships. Now there are all kinds of consumer electronics to help you measure, manage and track your progress while you work out. Danielle Cassagnol from the Consumer Electronics Association has the latest in this week's CEA Update.
  • Consumer Reports Feature – Smart phones are becoming an extra extension of our bodies. With all the new features, they can do almost as much as we can. Some features are necessary, while others seem important, but are really pretty useless. Consumer Reports created a list of the top 5 most useless smart phone features, and Electronics spokesman James McQueen is on the show with some of the most ridiculous.
  • Into Gaming Feature with Mark Lautenschlager
  • IFA Weekly Update – A consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, Germany that is rich in its own tech history.
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  • This Week In Tech History with Chris Graveline
  • Wireless Update from Verizon Wireless

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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Samsung, LG to show off smart watches
Samsung Electronics will unveil a 3G-powered smart watch next week that can make calls without being tied to a smartphone and will be based on the company's own Tizen operating system. The 2-inch Gear S will contain basic health applications and go on sale in October. LG Electronics plans to debut its circular 1.3-inch Android device next week as well. More -- TheNextWeb.com

The Best Password Managers
In these days of hacks, Heartbleed, and endless breaches, a strong, unique, and often-changed password for every site is even more imperative. A password manager can help you attain that goal. PCMag reviewed some two dozen in the space to get to this list of the ten best. More -- Neil J. Rubenking, PCMag.com


What You Should Know About College That Your Kids Would Never Think to Ask
It's your most expensive purchase (except for you home) but parents don't know what to look for in college. Robin Raskin the founder of Living in Digital Times and the author of A Parent's Guide to College Life. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times


HMMM... "It's not the jeans that make your butt look fat."

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

Intel: Wireless dock for laptops would eliminate display connectors
Intel says it's developing a dock for laptops to avoid the need for display connectors. The product is part of the company's vision for "wire-free" computing by 2016. More -- ITWorld.com/IDG News Service

Majority of Internet-connected Americans own a tablet
Among Internet-connected Americans, 54% now own a tablet computer, compared with 50% in January, according to the Consumer Electronics Association. Three-quarters of online consumers who don't own a tablet say they plan to purchase one, the CEA reports. More -- Home Media Magazine


PlayStation Network goes down in DDoS attack
A distributed denial-of-service cyberattack crippled the PlayStation Network last weekend. Sony said service was restored Monday, without any intrusion or illicit access to the information of the network's 53 million users. More -- Reuters


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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

FDA clears monitor that warns of strokes via smartphone app
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved AliveCor's Heart Monitor, a smartphone-based system aimed at providing an early warning to potential stroke victims. The device attaches electrodes to an iPhone or Android handset, which can monitor for the most frequent form of cardiac arrhythmia. More -- Computerworld

Intel is reportedly preparing a luxury smart bracelet
Intel is partnering with luxury retailer Barneys to introduce a high-end smart bracelet early next month, a source says. Few details have been revealed, although the source said the device will not be a fitness tracker. More -- CNET

Swatch changes tack on wearables, to offer fitness functions
Switzerland's Swatch Group plans to add fitness functions to one of its designer watch lines. The move may have been prompted by signs of promise among fitness wearables, as well as Apple's plans to launch its own smart watch. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)


HMMM... "Never lick a steak knife."

Tech Tip of The Week

Textbook trades via Tech ...
Many students are looking for new textbooks as well as some having old ones doing them no good. By using your tech and heading online there are many easy and quick ways to buy, sell and trade your books. Textbook Rush offers you cash for your books along with a prepaid packing slip to send it to them and the ability to shop for or rent books you may need. Trade My Text, Valore BooksNeebo  and Amazon are a few other great sites to check out that do the same.  You can also download free Apps for some of the sites like from Cash4Books.net where you can simply scan the books' barcode and get an instant quote. Other easy Apps you might want to check out include Big Words and Buy Back Textbooks. Book Bridges has a helpful App that connects people who are looking to sell or buy textbooks and can then arrange the swap at their own convenience. Some colleges like Colorado University even have their own bookstore App giving you the opportunity to sell, buy or trade books right in your school neighborhood. We hope all of our college Friends have an easy time buying and selling with your tech, good luck! And don’t forget while downloading your Apps to be sure you have our FREE "Into Tomorrow" App as well!

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