Watch Netflix on Linux without Wine

In the past to watch Netflix on Linux you had to use Wine to get Silverlight working. This didn’t work very well because it takes a lot of horsepower to run Firefox, Wine and the Netflix video all at the same time. Now you can…

Chromecast, 1 Year Later

November of last year I purchase a Chromecast digital media player from Google. Almost a year later what is my opinion of it? Right off I knew I would love this device. It had many of the channels I was using with my Roku, (Netflix, Hulu…

Chromebook, 2 Years Later

November 2012 I purchased a Samsung Chromebook. The first commercially available Chrome OS notebook computer. As a Google addict and a cloud user I knew there would be no problem for me to use it as a second or maybe even a primary computer but what…


Chromecast is the easiest way to enjoy online video and music on your television. It is a dongle that plugs into your the HDMI port. You can watch Netflix movies and watch YouTube videos on your TV. Pandora is coming to it soon as is many…

How To Use PGP

Iyaz Akhtar and Shannon Morse of TWiT’s “Know How” netcast show you how to encrypt your email using PGP. Get all of the instructions here.

The State of Surveillance

Steve Gibson of “Security Now” breaks down what’s really happening with the NSA surveillance program.


proXPN is a global VPN (virtual private network) that creates a secure, encrypted tunnel through which all of your online data passes back and forth. Any application that requires an internet connection works with proXPN – including your web browser, email client, and instant messaging…

Chromebook Pixel

The Chromebook Pixel is a laptop that brings together the best in hardware, software, and design. It has a 4.3 million pixel 12.85″ touch screen, Intel® Core™ i5 Processor (Dual Core 1.8GHz), 32 GB Solid State Drive, 4 GB DDR3 RAM and a anodized aluminum case. Google is…

Big Attachments In Gmail

You can now send really huge attachments to Gmail using the new Google Drive integration. Here is Veronica Belmont of Tekzilla to tell you all about it.

Chrome’s Remote Desktop

Let Veronica of Tekzilla show you how to use the remote desktop add-on in Chrome. That’s right! control your friend’s and family’s computer from right inside Google Chrome just like you might do with GoToAssist or other expensive commercial applications.