The Absolute Computers Blog is the source to keep up to date with the current news, updates and happenings at our shop. It also contains:
– any alerts or product news that I come across in my 'Net travels
– upcoming class alerts
– previews of the latest unique builds that the Evil Genius Phil creates
– important things like “Today in Geek History” or our latest video arcade game adventure or build
Our customer service nightmare that has brought our shop to a stand-still.
Now you can access our Free Range Geeks Podcast in iTunes! A new episode is released every Friday.
We have two new builds in our online store. The Ryzen 1800X which is VR ready and equipped for streaming and gaming AND the Ryzen 1700X which is definitely no slouch. Check them both out! We will be adding a couple of the new Ryzen 5 series systems in the next 7 to 10 days.
This week's podcast explains why "authorized repair" doesn't mean better or safer...just more expensive.
AMD and Intel are making big splashes in media yet again but this time it seems like the shoe is on the other foot.
Why am I switching to Ting? I'm mad and I'm not going to take it anymore. I am tired of being bullied into a technology eco-sphere that I disagree with..
Why should you join our Renegade Repair Alliance? Do you want to own the devices you buy or just be granted a license to use it?
Our latest podcast points out an important argument in the ongoing Russian hacking debate.
Today's podcast explains how the Kobayashi Maru test can help you better understand computing in the 21st century.
Our latest video shares some of the questions and comments we've received over the past 9 years.
We've started a YouTube channel! We will be uploading videos regularly that supplement the great information you find here on our website. Our first video is covering why we don't like water cooled systems.
We recently found ourselves in need of a cell phone carrier for the shop. We chose Ting and this is why!
This give-away is open to all podcast Patrons who are signed up by November 25th. The winner will be announced November 30th, so make sure you sign up early! At that time, we will also announce the December give-away.
Today's podcast takes a slight detour to cover the DDoS attack on Dyn, Inc. an Internet infrastructure company. I also talk a little about Battlefield I and our latest give-away.
Our first official shirt and mug are dedicated to all of you out there who work on computers or have done so in the past. If you have a computer tech in your family...they would make a great gift! But they will only be around until Nov. 4th.
We are working on moving our custom build store to its new home. In the meantime, you can find it here. Please excuse the dust and check back often. Customers will even get the chance to name new custom builds that will be offered on our online store.
This morning I was greeted by a crashed computer - my computer! With a podcast due, I decided to share my experience. This podcast is about 15 minutes long but trust me, it took longer than 15 minutes to get my mess straightened out.
Check out our new podcast. We will be delivering weekly episodes covering everything from cybersecurity to Linux, PC gaming, Windows topics, and basically anything geek!
Do you, a friend, or family member need help making sense of computer security? Tired of getting hacked constantly? Let us help! This course is extensive but it won't "talk over your head."
August 9th is almost here and so is No Man's Sky! Sony has decided let this game run without the PlayStation Plus subscription. They are already taking pre-orders on Steam as well. Since the Universe in NMS is so vast, the game can be played as a multi-player or single-player. Very cool!
Level 2 of our Basics of Computer Science course is now available on our website. The course is being offered for a discounted rate during its pilot period. Once you enroll, you have lifetime access to all course updates even after the price increases.
A California woman has won her case against Microsoft. She sued MS for lost wages and the cost of a new computer after an unauthorized upgrade to Windows 10 crashed her computer. MS chose not to appeal.