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Blue Man Group’s Holographic Performances & Vipre vs. Malware

April 5, 2017

This week on The Tech Ranch, “Guru of  Geek” Marlo Anderson, “Tech Geezer” Jim Walsh and special guest Larry Leblanc discuss holographic performance’s and malware that is pre-inserted into new computers. Join the “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson, “Tech Geezer” Jim Walsh and “Miss Metaverse” Katie Aquino every week for a new episode of the Tech […]


The future of Kiosks, Lyft, Uber and never wait for your Restaurant Tab again.

April 3, 2017

This week on The Tech Ranch, “Guru of  Geek” Marlo Anderson and “Tech Geezer” Jim Walsh discuss the latest in technology. Listen to their discussion about self-ordering kiosks and Uber and Lyft. What the heck is QKR by Mastercard? Learn more by listening in on today’s show. Join the “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson, “Tech […]


Talking Open Source Software by Open Office, Android and Linux

March 13, 2017

This week on The Tech Ranch, special guest announcer “The Sheriff” Nick Ressler returns with a new trusty sidekick “Deputy Doug” Philps. Listen as they discuss open source software with Amanda Arnold, Onyx Point, and the “Tech  Geezer” Jim Walsh. Later in the show, learn about password tips, slow internet connections and how to get better […]


Landline Options from WhatsApp by Facebook, Google Voice & Ooma

February 28, 2017

This week on The Tech Ranch “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson and “Tech Geezer” Jim Walsh talk about WiFi snooping while using free internet in public places and the testing of autonomous vehicles during winter conditions. “Miss Metaverse” Katie Aquino chimes in on a conversation about the return of landlines. Join the “Guru of Geek” […]


Hand Gestures With Manomotion

February 22, 2017

(CES 2017 – Las Vegas) The ability to see your hand motion through a digital screen in real time is a fascinating experience. Guru of Geek, Marlo Anderson, caught up with Manomotion at CES 2017 to learn about software that is the perfect solution for making gestures using a handheld device. Manomotion is a software […]


A Desktop Machine Shop?

February 20, 2017

(CES 2017 – Las Vegas) CES 2017 gives the opportunity for companies to showcase advancements made to 3D printers. However, in the past, 3D printing has been limited to creating plastic parts and gadgets. Ben Willard of Ability3D.com explains how his company is revolutionizing 3D printing. Ability3D.com decided to go beyond the scope of plastic […]


AiMotive – Autonomous Vehicle

February 17, 2017

(CES 2017 – Las Vegas) CES 2017 showcased many autonomous vehicles. It’s no secret the Guru of Geek, Marlo Anderson, is fascinated with this future mode of transportation. Luckily, Marlo was able to spend some time with Laslo Kischondi of AiMotive, to learn an amazing new technology they developed that will be available for autonomous […]



February 17, 2017

(CES 2017) There are many devices available on the market to monitor certain sensors in our body while working out. BioMindR is a new company that has created a product that can provide accurate bio-sensor readings while working out. Unlike FitBit, BioMindR has the ability to monitor multiple aspects of body chemicals, such as sugar […]


Landscape Lighting

February 15, 2017

  (CES 2017 – Las Vegas) This past year has been an exciting time in the light industry. There are lights that emit Wi-Fi signals, lights that change multiple colors and lights that enhance living space, to name a few. None appear to be more prominent in the market as the new landscape lighting that […]


Product Review – A Toast to Real Wood Gadget Covers

February 10, 2017

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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