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About Andrea

Andrea Eldridge is CEO and co-founder of Nerds On Call, an on-site computer and electronics repair service for homes and businesses. Andrea established the company with her husband, Ryan, from a...Read More »

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  • De-Clutter Your Email Inbox
    De-Clutter Your Email Inbox

    Once upon a time, you opened your email inbox and it was – gasp – empty! I can hear you chuckling, “that is definitely a fairytale.” If you have hundreds of messages in your inbox, it is difficult to believe that your email could ever be anything other than overwhelming. But it can be. Here’s […]

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  • Is Facebook Depressing You?
    Is Facebook Depressing You?

    While Social Networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have been shown to increase a user’s feeling of connectedness with friends, family and their community, a growing body of research highlights the negative effects of social media on our general state of mind. From envy, to anger, to depression, for some users these forums offer […]

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  • The Muse Headband Exercises your Brain
    The Muse Headband Exercises your Brain

    Last night I was startled awake with a bad dream. I found myself staring at the ceiling at 4 AM, unable to get back to sleep and wishing I could relax my buzzing mind enough to catch a couple more hours of sleep. Sometimes it happens when my day’s been go-go-go, working at the office, […]

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  • NERDS ON CALL: ARE YOU SPREADING MALWARE?

    California, (January, 2014) – Have you ever had this happen to you:  Often you receive emails from people who haven’t contacted you in years, with a subject line such as “check this out!”  You open the email and contained within is simply a web link.  When you get emails like this don’t click on the […]

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  • Is Your PC Spreading Malware?
    Is Your PC Spreading Malware?

    I often receive emails from people who haven’t contacted me in years, with a subject line such as “check this out!” I open the email and contained within is simply a web link. When you get emails like this don’t click on the links – they usually contain malware that will infect your computer. If […]

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  • CES 2014 Gadgets
    CES 2014 Gadgets

    Every year in January the tech industry gathers in Las Vegas to ogle the latest gadgets and innovations at CES, the Consumer Electronics Show. While much of what is on display is prototype and concept, it’s a great sneak peek into the future of what we’ll see on the shelves in years to come. As […]

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  • NERDS ON CALL: STOP USING WINDOWS XP

    California, (January, 2014) – In April 2012, Microsoft announced that it would stop supporting Windows XP in April 2014.  After April 8, 2014, Microsoft will no longer write software patches and push out updates to fix software vulnerabilities, leaving those still utilizing the Windows XP Operating System vulnerable to malware, viruses and worse.  With the […]

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  • Should You Remove Windows XP?
    Should You Remove Windows XP?

    In April 2012, Microsoft announced that it would stop supporting Windows XP in April 2014. After April 8, 2014, Microsoft will no longer write software patches and push out updates to fix software vulnerabilities, leaving those still utilizing the Windows XP Operating System vulnerable to malware, viruses and worse. With the date of support termination […]

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  • Best Tech of 2013
    Best Tech of 2013

    Nerds love sci-fi because it makes us excited for the future. Technology keeps improving and at this rate Star Trek will be real soon! 2013 was a great year for technology. Many new devices that had been promised for years finally made their way to the commercial sector, and people are loving them. Here are […]

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  • Manage Gift Cards with Online Services
    Manage Gift Cards with Online Services

    There’s nothing I hate more than wasting money. Yet it seems as though every time I need to return something at Target or Macys they give me a gift card, and then I forget to use it at the checkout counter. Even worse – the next time I go, the gift card is buried in […]

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