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Everyday Tech is MPB Think Radio's weekly program about consumer technology. Wiltz is an IT expert. Jeremy is a computer repair ace. Jay is the show's host. All three guys love to tinker with the latest tech gadgets. Each episode the guys talk about the last news, issues, and products in consumer technology, and they troubleshoot problems posed by the show's callers. Everyday Tech airs Wednesday mornings at 11e/10c on Mississippi Public Broadcasting's Think Radio network, can be seen on MPB ...
 
The adaptation of H.G. Wells’ novel ‘The War of The Worlds’ in 1938 showed the power of radio to capture listeners’ imagination through science-fiction - and in doing so demonstrated how mass media could be used to communicate science to different audiences. For decades, print and broadcast media have used different genres to portray the sciences, and the popularity of TV programmes like the BBC’s Blue Planet and the longevity of Horizon illustrates a current demand for science broadcasting. ...
 
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A lost hiker ignored rescuers' phone calls, thinking they were spam... Everyday Tech is MPB Think Radio's show about consumer tech, and your very own personal IT department - all wrapped up into one convenient package. Jeremy will help you fix it, and Wiltz will help you keep it safe...and both can actually do either, so we're in good hands! TECH S…
 
This week on Everyday Tech: How a routine event brought down Facebook... How Telegram gained 70,000,000 users in one day... Google trolls Bing about Bing searches for Google YouTube TV and NBC Universal build a temporary bridge to nowhere... and You can now buy a keyboard that just copies and pastes. 'All of this happened very fast': How a routine …
 
This week on Everyday Tech: The EU is pushing for across the board USB-C ports, including iPhones Australia’s Top Court Finds Media Companies Liable for Other People’s Facebook Comments Microsoft's Windows store is now open to third-party app stores Roblox and music publishers settle $200 million copyright lawsuit Roblox and music publishers settle…
 
This week on Everyday Tech: A guy unlocked almost 2,000,000 AT&T phones Door Dash introduces on-demand alcohol delivery Twitter will pay over $800,000,000 in an anti-trust lawsuit iOS 15 is out, we'll have some of the new perks China is severely restricting teens access to gaming, are they on to something? and a ransomware attack on a farming co-op…
 
This week on Everyday Tech: The headline is the new iPhone 13 Battery, storage and camera upgrades are here macro photography and cinematic video What apple phones will get a price drop and which will be discontinued The iPhone 13 lineup and everything else just announced: Our Apple event recap iPhone 13 is here, and Apple upgraded the battery, sto…
 
On this week's show: Apple has delayed its controversial child protection features, Jeremy has thoughts... Hulu is raising its prices again... YouTube says it has 50 million premium subscribers... Speaking of YouTube, TikTok has overtaken the tube in average watch time... GM has temporarily shut down North American factories because of the chip sho…
 
On this week's program, Jeremy and Wiltz talk about the price of lacking IT security, the slippery slope of employers buying your personal data and using it against you, Apple's scanning phones for child sexual abuse images and the odd way they are going about it, electric vehicles, and more! THE LINKS: Brokered cell location data led to the outing…
 
The boys take several call from listeners about cloud storage, surface-like tablet or laptop options, and of course, everyone's distain for AT&T. Here are some tech headlines from the last week: YouTube’s “Premium Lite” trial offers ad-free YouTube for €7 a month | Ars Technica Spotify is testing whether free users will pay a dollar to skip tracks …
 
This week on Everyday Tech, our Skype call with Jeremy and Wiltz blows up....cause tech show, of course. The boys take calls about a dropped laptop, a new TV with the wrong connectors, Amazon sharing your wifi signal with all the neighbors "safely", where/how to get a non-contract flip phone, a laptop camera on the fritz, transferring info from one…
 
Jay and Wiltz do a bit of a recap of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, answer a question about what exactly VPN is and how to use it, and talk about AT&T's merging and spinning off of Warner Media and Discovery, while Amazon mulls over a potential $9 billion deal to buy MGM. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Welcome to Everyday Tech on MPB Think Radio. I'm your host Jay White, with Jeremy Thompson, owner of Computer Doctors and Phone Surgeons in Hattiesburg, and Wiltz Cutrer IT expert at Nucor Steel and IT instructor at Holmes Community College. Everyday Tech is MPB Think Radio's show about consumer tech, and your very own personal IT department - all …
 
Everyday Tech is MPB Think Radio's show about consumer tech, and your very own personal IT department - all wrapped up into one convenient package. Jeremy will help you fix it, and Wiltz will help you keep it safe...and both can actually do either, so we're in good hands! Today on the show... A USB-C headphone adapter for your phone that costs $200…
 
Let's discuss Section 230 this week! Ye olde Liability Shield Law! Should platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram be held accountable for irresponsible content created by it's independent users? Should they be held liable for damages regarding that content? Is there a difference between being liable and accountable? The recent chan…
 
This week's episode of ET was washed out by the mess in DC. So, we've dug waaaaay back the archives to three months ago for this week's Everyday Tech. On this episode of Everyday Tech, the guys deep dive into the issue of addiction to technology and specifically, social media. The topic was spurned on by the Netflix docu-drama The Social Dilemma. A…
 
Jay and Wiltz take a call from a listener who's gotten the impression that if she doesn't convert to TV streaming, her favorite shows are going away. The guys point out that box-top cable is going nowhere, and that actually, as the cost of streaming soars, box-top cable companies (who also offer streaming and on-demand options) continue to add valu…
 
Wiltz Cutrer, an IT professional at Nucor Steel and an IT Instructor at Holmes Community College talks about the fallout, ramifications, and next steps forward for IT pros following the Solarwinds hack from December. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Jay and Wiltz discuss the growing concern over the breach of Microsoft's Solarwinds. Also callers have questions about how to DVR over-the-air television, how to share a large video file with others without breaking it up into multiple files, how do you shift all your info between phones, and what are the songs you hear played during Everyday Tech …
 
Google recently had several of its services temporarily knocked down. How susceptible are tech giants to the whims of general public? Or is the general public even who they should be worried about at all? Plenty to think about, including a tip o' the cap to Edward Snowden, in this week's Tech Byte! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info…
 
Wiltz, Jeremy and Jay reflect on an interesting 2020...to say the very least. The guys weigh in on the biggest tech stories of 2020, what their favorite tech was in 2020, and -of course- how covid wrecked everything this past year. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This week the guys talk about broadband reaching certain rural parts of central Mississippi, a 6-year-old kid running up a $16,000 bill playing games on mom's iPad, how to protect yourself from impending future Google outages, and the wobbly liftoff of the highly-touted Cyberpunk 2077! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this episode of Everyday Tech, the guys deep dive into the issue of addiction to technology and specifically, social media. The topic was spurned on by the Netflix docu-drama The Social Dilemma. According to the filmakers, and their subjects, this is the dilemma. Never before have a handful of tech designers had such control over the way billion…
 
This week's guests are from Seventh Knight, the developer of AppMoat. Travis Odom – VP, Customer Experience Charlie Case – VP, Government Services Discussed on this episode: What is Ransomware? encrypts (scrambles) personal files (documents, pictures, taxes, financial/customer records, etc) Requires paying a “ransom” to (maybe) get your files back …
 
Visit the show page at EverydayTech.MPBOnline.org and our Facebook page! Listen to Everyday Tech or any of the MPB Think Radio programs live or on demand on the MPB Public Media App! Free on iTunes Free on Google Play See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This week, Wiltz tells us about a Roku scam his parents almost fell for, and about that Zoom life. Jeremy and Wiltz extoll the many uses on Linux, and much, much more! Visit the show page at EverydayTech.MPBOnline.org and our Facebook page! Listen to Everyday Tech or any of the MPB Think Radio programs live or on demand on the MPB Public Media App!…
 
Here are some of the stories the tech guys have been following this week: How Fortnite’s epic battle with Apple could reshape the antitrust fight https://www.theverge.com/2020/8/19/21373956/apple-fortnite-app-store-fight-legal-tax-antitrust A new 5G BlackBerry phone with Android and a physical keyboard will arrive in 2021 (Motorola Razr) https://ww…
 
Here are some of the stories the guys have been looking at this week. Facebook says removing viral COVID-19 misinformation video ‘took longer than it should have’ https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/28/21345674/facebook-covid-19-misinformation-breitbart-news-video-removal-response Spotify podcast consumption doubles as overall listening recovers https:…
 
Here are a few of the stories the guys have been looking at this week: Google will use authenticated logos to reduce Gmail phishing https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/22/21333886/google-gmail-bimi-logo-authentication-trial-brand-indicators-for-message-identification Spotify now supports video podcasts https://www.theverge.com/2020/7/21/21332584/spotif…
 
Here are the links from a super busy week in the tech world: Spotify debuts podcast charts to let you know what's popular https://www.engadget.com/spotify-podcast-charts-130055186.html A Frying Pan Ingredient Can Make Super-White Paint Reflect 98% of the Sun's Heat https://gizmodo.com/a-frying-pan-ingredient-can-make-super-white-paint-refl-18443893…
 
Jeremy talks about an experience at his shop and how the service industry should be appreciated more. Also, the guys dig through a couple of phishing email attempts that happened in and around MPB over the last week. Finally, YouTubeTV enacts another drastic rate hike, essentially eliminating the difference in value between it and cable, making it …
 
Netflix got rid of that thing ya hate…Apple did shady stuff to force you to get a new iPhone, and France has had enough...and Key-less entry is about to take a significant step forward... I’m Jay White and here is this week’s Byte Size Tech… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Wiltz, Jeremy, and Jay discuss the role of the cell phone in modern life. Are we too reliant on devices...specifically teens and young adults? The boys discuss some pretty alarming stats about our cell phone use, Here's a link to the cell phone usage stats referenced on the show: https://techjury.net/stats-about/smartphone-addiction/#gref See acast…
 
After a 10 week hiatus caused by impeachment hearings, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's holidays, Everyday Tech is back!!! Jeremy, Wiltz and Jay discuss Apple Watch compatibility, extracting data from older windows laptops, the BILLIONS of app downloads with stats for iTunes and Google Play, calls from listeners and much more! See acast.com/p…
 
Fitbit has been sold for north of 2 billion dollars… NBC Universal is considering making its Peacock service completely free... and good news for Apple with Apple Pay and Apple TV +. I’m Jay White and here is another edition of Byte Size Tech! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The guys talk to several listeners worried about transitioning away from Windows 7. Also, more Samsung foldable phone talk, and a curmudgeonly columnist in San Francisco want tech companies to stop helping Californians running from the Kincade fires and blackouts...cause it might be perceived as marketing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…
 
Hulu recommendations are about to get a lot better. Most Americans don’t exactly know to what extent Facebook controls their online existence... and a phone case made out of artificial human skin...yep, human skin. From MPB Think Radio and Everyday Tech, I’m Jay White and here is this week’s Byte Size Tech… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt…
 
Jeremy and Jay talk about all of the news coming from the Made by Google 2019 event, including the Pixelbook, and Pixel Buds. They guys also take several calls on iPhone updates not working out so well. SOME OF THE WEEK'S TOP TECH STORIES: Here’s everything Google just announced at the Made By Google 2019 event | TechCrunch Here's Everything Google…
 
YouTubeTV comes to Amazon Fire TV devices signaling that the wall between Google and Amazon really is coming down. That and much more in this week's Everyday Tech! This week's tech links to see: Sony Drops PlayStation Now Pricing OneDrive Expandable Storage and Personal Vault Launches Worldwide YouTube TV Comes to Amazon Fire TV Devices YouTube Mus…
 
McDonald’s is now accepting applications through Alexa and your Google Assistant. Spotify has added two personalized playlists based on your repeat listens... and Google Play Pass is launched in lockstep with Apple’s new gaming platform. From MPB Think Radio and Everyday Tech, I’m Jay White and here is this week’s Byte Size Tech… See acast.com/priv…
 
The guys take several calls from folks dealing with WiFi issues in their homes. The mystical Samsung Galaxy Fold is finally available for retail, you've been warned to be especially careful with it, and how Amazon is attempting to allow you access to Alexa on the go. This and much more on this week's Everyday Tech! See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
The tech guys talk about battery cycles on your phone and how your charging does and doesn't affect it, as well as Uber self-driving cars being tested in Dallas, Amazon introducing a new cash payment system and a new HiFi lossless music streaming format. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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