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A Different Kind of Nerd - Logitech R800

Well, this is a different kind of nerd post. Never did I think I’d be writing a blog post and filming a video for a presentation remote! 405 more words

Product Review

Trackball Or Mouse?

The way I remember it, a long time ago I got a new computer and my husband said they didn’t make trackballs that worked with it. 401 more words


The Verge: Why you should really, really update your Logitech wireless dongle

The Verge: Why you should really, really update your Logitech wireless dongle. “Earlier this week, security researcher Marcus Mengs revealed that Logitech’s wireless Unifying dongles are actually vulnerable to a variety of newly discovered hacks as well, primarily ones that are paired with presentation clickers, or during a brief window of opportunity when you’re pairing a new mouse or keyboard to the dongle….Something else in Meng’s report (and ZDNet’s coverage) caught my eye, however — an allegation that Logitech is still selling USB dongles vulnerable to the original MouseJack hack.”

Security & Legal Issues

Logitech Unifying Receiver Vulnerabilities

Update: 12th August 2019
When the updates from Logitech are available; the links will be placed within the following forum thread:


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Security Advice

What's new in Linux kernel 5.2

A new version of the Linux kernel has just been released. Here’s a short summary of the new stuff that might be interesting for end users. 73 more words



It’s no secret to anyone who knows me that I’m a big, big fan of my iPad.  I’ve been a die-hard iPad fan from the beginning; I’ve owned multiple and reviewed multiple, and while some people see them as an unnecessary “third device,” I find its position in the personal device space to be very unique.  1,225 more words


Logitech Circle 2 Wired Indoor/Outdoor Camera Review

When it comes to HomeKit cameras, there are unfortunately only a handful of devices that are actually available. While this may change with the advent of HomeKit Secure Video coming this fall, consumers are currently limited to options from Logitech, Netatmo, D-Link, and Robin Telecom each with their own set of strengths and weaknesses. 2,162 more words