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Episode 1529

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Has China hacked our corporate servers with a tiny chip? Problems with Microsoft's latest 1809 update for Windows 10, Scott Wilkinson is in studio to review Hisense's new 100" Dual Color Laser TV, networking and syncing 6 computers at home, troubleshooting a NAS and more of your calls!

Episode 1528

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Facebook's security breach affecting 50 million user accounts, Apple Watch Series 3 vs. Series 4, smartwatches for kids, finding the right scanner for documents, turning an XBox into a DVR, how can a waterproof watch have water damage? And more of your calls!

Episode 1527

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Leo's hands-on impressions of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4. Whether or not to fix a 2 year old 4K LCD TV, what camera to bring on a long trip, could the Amazon Echo Look be useful to the blind? And more of your calls.

Episode 1526

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The FBI put out a bulletin this week about a new direct deposit scam, Google Pixel 3 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 9, how to change your DNS settings, recording TV over the air, will Android smartwatches eventually get the EKG feature that Apple introduced? Troubleshooting a wireless printer that isn't working with a new router, improving your Wi-Fi signal, best tablet for doing spreadsheets, Johnny Jet has advice for booking Thanksgiving travel, Chris Marquardt shows off photos from his trip to Norway, and more of your calls.

Episode 1525

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Amazon's new Alexa devices, the case of the disappearing draft emails, finding the right color laser printer, speeding up photo transfers from iPhone to a computer, finding parts to repair a MacBook Air, the state of Android tablets, smart home tech to help answer the front door, and more of your calls!

Episode 1524

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Rich DeMuro is filling in for Leo Laporte, who's out on vacation. FEMA will be conducting a test of IPAWS, or "Integrated Public Alert and Warning System", on Thursday which will send an alert to every phone in the US. Plus, how to scan and edit documents, troubleshooting an iPhone that won't charge, why legitimate emails might be going to the spam folder, playing movies from a computer on Fire TV, and more of your calls.

Episode 1523

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Apple announces the iPhone XS, merging multiple contacts databases, stopping someone from publishing your personal information, is Facebook offering free Wi-Fi? Number sharing on the Apple Watch, Scott Wilkinson and home theater at this year's CEDIA show, large OLED 4K TVs, setting up a blog from scratch, is Verizon 5G Home internet a good deal? And more of your calls!

Episode 1522

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Using a VPN to keep web traffic private, how to save money when buying a MacBook Pro, the security of surfing on LTE, canceling phone service and using the internet for phone calls, whether or not to buy a Fire TV stick, why AirPlay might be stalling on Apple TV, why a NAS might be slow, and we hear from Sean Parker, the co-founder of Napster, in our "Valley of Genius" segment.

Episode 1521

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Will Intel lose its dominance in the PC market? Laptops with backlit keyboards, calibrating your TV, can you still buy Windows 7? The easiest free platform to share photos, live streaming church services and more of your calls!

Episode 1520

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Current usefulness of the Apple Watch Troubleshooting data issues in Google Maps, getting a new flip phone for free, alternatives to iTunes, the ease of Chromebook purchasing options, using bridge mode to connect Verizon to a mesh router, advancing from Windows XP to Linux, the pros and cons of smart cameras (with Chris Marquardt), Panasonic vs. Samsung's 4K TVs, and Adam Fisher's interview with Nolan Bushnell (founder of Atari).