Episode archive

Episode 1575

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Troubleshooting a new video card, using FireFox Send to securely share files, is NitroTV a legitimate alternative to PayTV services, old macintoshes potentially worth something, recommendations for a dash cam, keeping your smartphone plugged in and charging, blocking RoboCalls, and more of your calls!

Episode 1574

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WinRAR’s 19-year-old security flaw, Spotify is taking on Apple, a former hacker is running for President in 2020, Facebook goes down for a day and Telegram leverages the lapse in service to promote its messaging app, a terrorist captures his carnage on Facebook Live and what the media giants are doing to stop the distribution of that content on the internet, Scott Wilkinson clears up any confusion on aspect ratio, portable music players and more of your calls!

Episode 1573

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iPhone X WiFi issues, out of order text messages, blocking unwanted calls, counterfeit SD cards and thumb drives, creating a personal server with a Raspberry Pi, Sam Abuelsamid talks about the new KIA Nero EV, Chris Marquardt discusses shooting the Northern Lights, and more of your calls.

Episode 1572

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The new Samsung Galaxy S10+ in hand, Facebook wants to focus on privacy, backing up a new laptop, showing email attachments in Outlook, securing your passwords, getting photos off of an old Kodak PhotoCD, enabling Wi-Fi calling on an Android phone, marketing a website and more of your calls!

Episode 1571

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Picking a budget Android smartphone, Telsa moves to online sales, finding any location with What3words, how to start municipal WiFi, the best ways to find cheap flight deals with apps like Jetto, ways to digitize your old home video tapes, and more of your calls.

Episode 1570

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The state of artificial intelligence, making your own email solution, World Hearing Day and protecting your hearing with Scott Wilkinson, becoming a cord cutter, backing up photos to the cloud, and is Kaspersky Anti Virus software safe? VPN speeds, getting a landline phone, and more of your calls!

Episode 1569

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Huawei outprices Samsung with a more expensive folding phone, the right equipment to start day trading, can I still use Windows 7 next year? Connecting a Chromebook to a computer monitor, making a living on YouTube, using an Amazon Echo while traveling, is Blu-ray dead? And more of your calls!

Episode 1568

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Managing your music library on Android, choosing between the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, booking last minute hotels with HotelTonight, transferring your data to a new Windows computer, affordable Android phones, and more of your calls.

Episode 1567

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MacBook Air vs Chromebook, what to do when you've reached the limit of iCloud storage space, what happens to the restore partition when you upgrade Windows, how to root an Android phone, recording multiple tracks of audio from a camera, repurposing a TiVo Roamio, the future of NFC in smartphones, intermittent kernel panics on an old Mac Pro, connecting an Android phone to a TV, and Sam Abuelsamid joins Leo to talk about a new all-electric pickup truck called the Rivian.

Episode 1566

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Homeowners suing Niantic, the creators of Pokemon Go, regarding PokeStop placements. Plus, dual booting MacOS and Windows, Scott's impressions of the film Alita: Battle Angel, the tragedy of the modern iPad, the issue with internet speed tests, Johnny Jet's take on turbulence, the Passport Booth app for free 2x2 photos, the significance of Augmented Reality, cutting out expensive cable, the system-wide phone call harassment problem, and more of your calls.