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Apr 07

The Much Anticipated Nintendo Switch

On this episode of Tech Tuesday on Good Day Dakota “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson and KX News Anchor Tim Olson talk about the new Nintendo Switch Video Game. Learn about the new features and why it’s the most sought after game console today! Tech Tuesday is a weekly segment on Good Day Dakota. “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson …

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Apr 06

Need a Ride? Uber and Lyft Can Help!

On this episode of Tech Tuesday on Good Day Dakota “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson and KX News Anchor Amber Schatz discuss a new alternative to taking a taxi in North Dakota. Uber and Lyft have finally entered the ride sharing service in the state and Marlo also shares tips on how to get started using Uber and/or …

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Apr 04

The Robotic World of Neato, Husqvarna & Agent 007

This week on The Tech Ranch, “Guru of  Geek” Marlo Anderson tries to help “Tech Geezer” Jim Walsh back to reality before going off the deep-end. Special guest Dave Lehman, NDSU Manufacturing Engineer Extension Specialist, visits the show to discuss the Inventors Boot Camp May 2-3, 2017. And finally, The Guru of Geek discusses the …

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Feb 10

Product Review – A Toast to Real Wood Gadget Covers

Toast is a company located in Portland, Oregon, that creates real wood skin covers for a variety of electronic devices. Founded in 2012 through a Kickstarter campaign with the help of 300 supporters, the company provides unique eco-friendly wood covers for cell phones, tablets and computers. I was contacted by the team at Toast in …

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