Tech News and Commentary
In this hour Dave and the Into Tomorrow team discuss Alphabet (just Google it), iPhones as brake pads, gaming under Windows 10, this week’s Consumer Reports feature which looks into back-to-school laptops, a listener’s favorite app of the week, the history of the instant Polaroid with guest Ron Fierstein, author of A Triumph of Genius, disabling specific features on a Windows computer, why a tablet may not be running on battery power.
Listener Greg in Nashville, Tennessee wants to know whether or not his son’s games will work after updating to Windows 10.
Listener Shepherd shared his favorite app.
The team gave listener Drake in Sarnia, Ontario ideas on how to restrict Windows features easily and listener Joan in Santamaria, California some insight on why her tablet refuses to run on battery power.
When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … these are among the prizes you can receive this week:
Kensington: USB Mobile charger for smartphones and tablets.
Pure: Jongo Bluetooth Adapter – Stream bluetooth audio to your existing home audio system.
Mota: 3-Port USB Car Chargers and more of their popular 10 foot Sync & Charge Lightning Cables for Apple devices.
TUDIA: 2 piece KLIPs that snap onto Apple charging cables, reducing strain by 80% and protecting them from fraying and breaking
Verykool: s6001 Phablet – Unlocked GSM phone with Android OS and 6-inch display
Zomm: Wireless Leash for mobile phones. An alarm that will sound when you walk away from your smartphone, so you never forget it again.