Today’s Geek Squeaks – October 9, 2013

A summary of Today’s Geek Squeaks:

Squeak #1 – (A Portable Safe For Your Files and Passwords): I have been on the hunt lately for FREE software to protect the data on my flash drives and came across a winner, called Protectorian ToGo… Not only does Protectorian encrypt and protect your sensitive files, it also has a built in vault to store your passwords (SEE BELOW);

Squeak #2 – (Nexus 4 Specs vs. Nexus 5 Specs): I am in the market for an unlocked, reasonably priced smartphone… I am patiently waiting for the release of Google’s Nexus 5 smartphone or whatever the naming convention will be for this coming release. Google recently exhausted their inventory of the Nexus 4. To get a comparison of specs, DroidLife came across a leaked service manual for the Nexus 5 (SEE BELOW)…

Squeak #3 – (GEGeek On Speed Dial): Notice the tab at the top of the page labelled “GEGeek”… It is there for a reason (SEE BELOW); AND,

Squeak #4 – (Create and Manage Your Own Cloud Storage ): My birthday is around the corner and I think I found my gift. It is the Western Digital 3 TB My Cloud that would allow me to access my data from anywhere in the world (SEE BELOW)…

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Protectorion ToGo – the portable safe for your files, folders and passwords!

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Encryption with AES 256 bit (including name encryption)
Unbreakable encryption using a randomly chosen 40-digit key
For USB flash drives and external hard drives
Integrated password protection and password security index
Access encrypted data and passwords from any Windows PC

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Nexus 5 vs. Nexus 4 [Specs]

@ DROIDLIFE

Thanks to a leaked service manual for the upcoming LG Nexus 5 that arrived over the weekend, there really is very little we don’t know about the phone outside of a release date and price. Well, the name “Nexus 5″ is still not yet 100% confirmed, meaning Google could end up going “Nexus 4” again like they did with the 2013 Nexus 7. We continue to see references to both names here and there. But either way, we feel as if we have a pretty good grasp on all things new Nexus phone… READ MORE

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GEGeek – PC Tech Reference

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If you notice at the top of the site, I have a tab labelled “GEGeek”… In other words, I have GEGeek on speed dial and here is why:

If you are a person who wants to learn about information technology and computers OR you are the already working in the field, this site you must bookmark. It is the most elaborate and concise collection of the tech related info and tools out there.  Heck, while you are at it, download the Tech Toolkit while you are there which features over 250 tech related programs… GET THE TOOLKIT HERE


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