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!
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.
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!
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.
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!
Troubleshooting connection problems with AirPods, connecting a camera to a phone for streaming, why a thumb drive might not be readable, how to best protect your technology during a big move, alternatives to Gmail, Johnny Jet has an alternative to Uber and Lyft, why a computer isn't seeing an optical drive, watching video from an iPhone on a TV using an HDMI adapter, changing your DNS settings, and Chris Marquardt talks about macro lenses.
Verizon throttles service for the Santa Clara Fire Department, recovering data from a crashed hard drive, clearing hard drive space on a full phone, separating a work network when working at home, backing up DVDs, the best 3D printer for a beginner, protecting an ATM card and more of your calls!
Whether or not it's safe to roll back a Windows update, how to get data off of an old Palm Treo and onto a new phone, what Windows laptop is best for a college student, getting an Oculus Rift to work with your computer, staying safe while using hotel Wi-Fi, why a printer isn't reading new ink cartridges, Chris Marquardt reviews his "shoe" photo assignment, and more of your calls.