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Improving Online Security by Dave Selkowitz

Click to read the Tech Club's first newsletter!

How Many Fire Hazards Do YOU Have?

Beware of a new Windows Defender scam. An SBR resident was hit with this recently.
Click HERE to learn more.     

The analysis of the 2023 User Survey is complete. Click HERE to see the results.

Click HERE to download the Powerpoint presentation on ChatGPT.

Click HERE to watch the TRICO presentation on energy efficiency.

Click HERE to watch the presentation on electric vehicles. 

3D Printer Update

The 3D printer has arrived! Tech Club staff have to assemble the printer, then learn how to operate it. At that point members can be trained on its use.
Quest for Education & Arts First Robotics

On Friday, March 24th, we hosted a group of middle and high school students in the Ranch House Ballroom. This program is sponsored by NASA to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) studies. With their award winning robots, these engineers and scientists of the future showed us we'll be in good hands. 

Click HERE to learn more about the Robotics program and about sponsorship opportunities.

How to save your old Google account

Google Spent $26 Billion to Hide This from You

Don't Trust Find My Apps

Learn about FAST TV

Is your old phone safe?

The latest in dash cameras

How to Save on a Mobile Phone

Give Your Online Privacy a Boost

Watch NFL Games With or Without Cable

Ready for a Foldable Phone?

Stingy Streaming

Red Light Therapy for the Home

Should You Turn On Google's Safe Browsing?

Printer Ink Is a Scam. Spend Less.

Get Your Streaming Deals Here

How To Quit Gmail

Smart Watch Too Bulky? Smart Rings Are Here

Best OTC Hearing Aids

5G Is a Dud?

Apple's Vision Pro -- Expensive

Can Hearing Aids Prevent Dementia?

Netflix Password Change

Our Internet Memories Are Fading

Check Out Google's New Foldable Phone

Samsung Galaxy vs iPhone 14 Camera Comparison

Read About Apple's Rapid Security Response


We provide numerous opportunities to learn about today’s technology:

Click  to watch videos from the Tech Club, including the TRICO presentation on home energy efficiency.
Online and In-Person Classes: To teach you new skills or improve skills you already have.

Special Interest Groups: Members with a common interest meet regularly to share and explore their knowledge.

Click HERE to keep up with
the Cutting the Cord SIG

One-on-One Help: Get one-on-one help with your computer or devices .. by appointment. Check the calendar for available appointment times.
Whether you are a novice or an experienced user, the club has opportunities to fit your level of computing experience. Our aim is to cover all kinds of technology: smart phones, iPads, Apple computers, PCs and other devices.

Please support the business that
supports the 
SBR Tech Club:  
Hombres Barbershop
SaddleBrooke Ranch.

The SBR Technology Club is a 501c3 corporation