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APCUG

APCUG

The Association of Personal Computer User Groups (APCUG) is a worldwide organization that helps groups devoted to the world of technology including computers, tablets, smartphones, digital photography, genealogy, etc

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  • The New Screen Savers 86 CES 2017 by Leo Laporte, Alex Wilhelm
    The New Screen Savers 86 CES 2017 Hosted by Leo Laporte, Alex Wilhelm Energy-producing fabric, CES 2017, Starry WiFi router review, how to make pro videos. Records live every Saturday at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific / 23:00 UTC.
    Created on 2017-01-10 06:29:48
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    Looking for the ninth planet from the Sun, an electric vehicle for the rest of us, and The Game of Geeks!
    Created on 2016-01-30 22:31:20
  • Know How 183 All About Amazon and Your Q&A by Jason Howell and Fr Robert
    Amazon Echo, Fire tablet, Fire TV Stick, and Q&A
    Created on 2016-02-01 22:16:11

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