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In this segment from 10/20/2014 on Fox 11 KMSB Daybreak, Andy Taylor takes a look at options to replace Land Line services using VOIP.
While many options exist The Magic Jack Pro and Vonage Services are featured. Andy Taylor stressed that the earliest version of the Magic Jack was not satisfactory to his review however the new Magic Jack Pro offered not only good value but also much better performance then the previous first Magic Jack devices.
The Vonage service was also very pleasing with its Voice Quality and Cost and now the options available with Vonage Extensions
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New Reviews Coming
We have got our hands on a copy of Sony Vegas 13 from Sony Creative Media. There are some new features for Workflow from other editing suites from other manufacturer, we'll take a look at some of these other features that make Sony Vegas 13 something to look at. Kingston Technology has sent us the latest in Solid State Drive technology, The SSDNow Series with many different capacities.
Planning a Website
Andy post some basic and general tips to think of when getting ready to talk to a web designer about building a website and how to take a look at your favorite websites from the past.
News Articles and Features:
VIDEO: Andy Taylor gives us a look at Telephone Service Options
VIDEO: Andy Taylor and the TechtalkRadio News Feature - Short, Quick and to the Point!
VIDEO: Andy Taylor on Fox 11 KMSB Daybreak with IronX from DXG and Reveal 11 from Muvee
AUDIO: Andy Taylor on the Scott Sands Show on WSPD Toledo Ohio
BLOG: E3, Microsoft and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
NEWS: New Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare Trailer Premiere - With Kevin Spacey
BLOG: Are you a DVR Hoarder?
NEWS: Sprint moves forward with Network Vision in Tucson adding 4G LTE Speed
NEWS: Recycle your Apple Products and It Could be a Win
BLOG: Just How Much does it cost to Make the Galaxy S5?
Author J.A. Hitchcock shares some Online Dating Tips
Clean Your Computer Day Facts and Tips from iOLO Labs
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Andy Taylor from TechtalkRadio currently features a regular segment on Technology, New Hardware, Software innovations and Consumer Electronics on KMSB Fox 11 Tucson. Previous to KMSB, Andy hosted the Tech Tuesday segment on KOLD CBS Tucson and featured looks at Technology as well as location interviews from events such as The Consumer Electronics Show and Photoshop World.
We have a blast during our segments on Live Television with Mark Stine on KMSB Fox 11 - Mark's running off with our speakers!
Our goal is to cover as much Tech from different walks of life as possible. It's not all Computers or tablets!
One of the hardest to send back
We do get to take a look at a lot of different products, usually 30-60 days but this was one of the hardest, Asus GTX780OCII
TechtalkRadio recently took a look at the Slingbox 350. The product has come a long way from the original Slingbox that TechtalkRadio looked at way back in 2005
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