EVERYDAY TECH - Peacock TV Takes Flight
Here are the links from a super busy week in the tech world:
- Spotify debuts podcast charts to let you know what's popular
- A Frying Pan Ingredient Can Make Super-White Paint Reflect 98% of the Sun's Heat
- NBC Peacock Launches today: How to stream Peacock
- Peacock will come to the PlayStation 4 on July 20th
- The antitrust case against Google is gathering steam
- Google buys $4.5 billion stake in India's biggest mobile network
- Gmail could be getting a huge workplace overhaul
- SpaceX gets closer to a private beta of its Starlink internet service
- UK bans Huawei from 5G networks, with total removal by 2027
- You can now stake your claim in Apple’s $500 million iPhone slowdown settlement
- SiriusXM is buying Stitcher for $325 million
- Apple warns customers not to close its laptops with a camera cover attached
- Facebook reportedly considering ban on political ads before election
- Zoom launches a line of hardware for home use
- Sony reportedly boosts PS5 production by 50 percent
Everyday Tech - Making Applesauce out of Apple
It wasn't even planned, buy the boys go on an Apple frustration deep dive that ultimately leads to a confession about cheese.
Everyday Tech - The Shifting Sands of TV Streaming
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.
Colonial Pipeline Shutdown - Ransomware Continues to Explode
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 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 we discuss the Colonial Pipeline shutdown! How can you protect your home PC's or business network from the same fate? Find out!