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Episode 1792

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Are there privacy concerns with Apple AirTags? Recovering a printer from a bad firmware update, moving ringtones to a new iPhone, Scott Wilkinson: what is HDR10+? Can I use a VPN to make networks think I am at a different location? Is my password vault and VPN secure? Johnny Jet flies again on Avelo Airlines, UWB radio technology vs. Bluetooth beaconing, free apps to organize music libraries, protecting your vaccination card with the GizWiz, and more of your calls!

Episode 1791

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Internet alternatives for hot-spotting, the pros and cons to using a television as a computer monitor, remotely controlling a computer, recording external audio through an iPad, troubleshooting streaming videos from your mobile phone, the lifespan of older cellphones, waterproof audio options for the GoPro, talking with Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, and Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1790

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Apple's Spring Loaded announcements this week, encrypting data on Linux, The new AppleTV could help calibrate your TV, printing to PDF on Windows, streaming video for cord-cutters with slow bandwidth speeds, the state of international travel this week, MacBook Air vs. MacBook Pro, is the new M1 iPad Pro a good upgrade? The GizWiz reviews the ZoVox AccuVoice to make TV dialogue clear, and more of your calls!

Episode 1789

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Limiting external noise while recording video, avoiding duplicate contacts while syncing them, why a caller is an 'unusual login activity' warning from an old computer, transferring data from old hard drives, controlling a computer from another one, losing WiFi connectivity suddenly, computer restarting constantly all of a sudden, talking with Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1788

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The Biden Administration will meet with tech executives about the chip shortage, boosting TV volume over headphones, what should I get for my first computer? Clear Cresent Wireless Speakers review with Scott Wilkinson, should I defrag my hard drive before copying to a new drive? Restoring data from Drive, keeping a router secure and your network safe, Johnny Jet: renting a car might be difficult at this time, is Intel still a good processor for building a PC? Controlling a TV with your smartphone, a monitor riser with the Giz Wiz, and more of your calls!

Episode 1787

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Good & simple image editing software for the Mac, backing up your email in email clients, 4k monitors, why you might not be getting notifications from an application, is T-Mobile home internet a good choice, difficulties opening up certain apps in Windows 10, self-repairing your Apple Watch screen, moving the closed captioning location on your TV, and more of your calls!

Episode 1786

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Touchscreen Mac with Sidecar, the end of Logitech's Harmony, Gmail on Outlook, and more of your calls!

 

Episode 1785

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Speeding up your search in Microsoft Outlook, regaining control of your Facebook account after a security breach, improved displays in new Apple iPads?, syncing contacts with your phone from 3rd party applications, can you control a computer with a remote control, a caller's phone no longer holding a charge, good Android phone with a large screen, talking with Sam Abuelsamid, Chris Marquardt, and Rod Pyle, and more of your calls!

Episode 1784

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Google skips April Fool's Day again this year, accessibility tools for the blind on Linux, amplifying a USB cable signal, is now the right time to buy a Mac? LG's 2021 OLED TV line with Scott Wilkinson, saving text messages from an old iPhone, is the Garmin Phoenix a good smart watch for runners? What can you do once you've been fully vaccinated, with Johnny Jet, keeping an old plasma TV healthy, how long should a thumb drive last? DIY home security solutions, a water-powered flashlight with the GizWiz and more of your calls!

Episode 1783

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Getting your company to password protect your files, why your phone's GPS may be inaccurate, downloading data from old phones, is Authy a good authenticator, keeping track of your bank activity in Quicken, is Ubikey more secure for two-factor authentication, can your SSD wear out over time, resources for the blind to become a ham radio operator, is there additional costs with hot-spotting on your phone, talking to Sam Abuelsamid and Chris Marquardt, and more of your calls!