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Will a cell phone that fell in water still work? How can you tell if it’s safe to shop on a certain website? With the fast-paced and ever-evolving world of technology, it’s practically impossible to tackle it all alone,
Are We Addicted To Cell Phones?
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
2019 App Store stats!!!
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!
Byte Size Tech
Season 1, Ep. 20
Disney + debuts better than ever their expectations…Roku is trying to slap a remote onto your wrist...and the Motorola RAZR has made its triumphant return...and its foldable!I’m Jay White and here is another episode of Byte Size Tech…
Byte Size Tech
Season 1, Ep. 19
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!
Google Buys Fitbit for North of $2,000,000,000
Jay and Jeremy discuss Google's purchase of Fitbit, UPS's first home prescription drone delivery, Twitter adding more features in 2020 and much more.
Goodbye, Windows 7
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.