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Sam joins Leo to talk about Ford's second-generation driving assist software called "Blue Cruise." Level 2 means the system is capable of performing steering and speed control, but the driver still must be alert to take over should the need develop. So no crawling in the back seat. Blue Cruise is a hands-off system, like Chevy's Super Cruise, but they are limited to divided highways. Ford has about 130,000 miles of divided highways mapped, while GM has around 200,000. No stop signs or traffic lights. That also means no cruising on city streets.
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Brandon bought a Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Titanium and he's planning to return it. What should he get? Leo says he just got the Watch4 classic and it's running must faster with an upgraded processor. It'll also run Galaxy wear apps.
Leo recently picked up the latest Samsung Galaxy Folding Phone and while he says the jury is still out on the long-term promise of the folding phone screen, he gets the allure of being able to put it in any pocket. It also pairs with the Android Wear Galaxy Watch.
Gary has a computer with a gaming video card to connect multiple monitors. Can he use three 4K monitors or a QuadHD monitor? Leo says it doesn't matter. Modern video cards can display 4k with no problems, even in HDMI. You can also add a monitor through the display port. What is dual-link DVI? Leo says that was something they came up with for the Display port to drive higher resolution monitors. But HDMI can handle 4K now, so that doesn't matter.
Joey has a server running OpenNAS. But is FreeNAS a good option? Leo says that FreeNAS has been renamed TrueNAS, but it's essentially the same. Leo would certainly recommend it, and if you have the hardware, go for it.
Sharon can't seem to get her computer to send a fax when she calls the number. Leo says that the fax number being called may be shared with a phone line, so it's expecting to press a number when faxed. As such, the computer doesn't know what to do.
Anne wants to know why her Chromebook isn't getting updates anymore. And can she keep using it? Leo says that the older your Chromebook is, the more likely Google will stop updating it. But it'll be fine for a while. Chrome is very secure. The issue though will be if your browser is still updated. If your Chromebook is one of the first, and as such, its end of life, then it may be time to get a new one.
Sam joins Leo to talk about the recent Chevy Bolt recall. This isn't the first recall that Chevy has faced of the Bolt's battery having the potential to catch fire. Seven fires triggered the recall. Sam says there are suggested settings to prevent your car battery from overcharging. Including not charging it over 90% or deep discharging it. Read the recall notice for details. Also, GM recommends parking your car away from your house just in case.