Advancements in technology and communications allow for each individual or groups to prepare for unfortunate disasters. Are you prepared or require assistance? Dave and Steve discuss information sources and technology applications to help.
This week we fill your ears with tech news and topics ranging from Amazon holiday shopping, baby health monitoring, discounted iPhone 5Cs, Chromecast updates, and a lengthy discussion on the Adobe hack on 3 million accounts.
We dive into discussions about the Kindle Fire HD, iPad security in schools, the percentage of Americans not online, and giving up a cell phone while at a restaurant.
Welcome to Episode 194! As we inch ever so closer to #200, we thank you each for tuning in every week for our tech discussions. The topics never dry up. This week we talk about the privatization of Blackberry, the cost of paying for fake/solicited online reviews, and Microsoft’s latest Surface product. In our primary topic, it’s all about the record setting iPhone 5S and 5C sales, the latest from iOS 7, and the environmental impact of the revolving door of new and old mobile devices
Cars, trucks, and SUVs are packed full of technological gadgets, features, buttons, and sensors these days that it’s sometimes hard to think that we can keep our mind and eyes focused on driving. This week we are talking about whether or not your high tech car drives you crazy.
On this week’s episode, we have a series of tech things to get to. We open talking about in-store and online donations to charitable organizations. Second, we tell you about how captcha is quickly becoming a revenue generator for websites. And finally and at length, discuss Huffington Post’s decision to ban anonymous comments on their site.