Tech News and Commentary
In this hour Dave and the Into Tomorrow team discuss a watch for when the Apple Watch just isn’t quite enough, overheating tablets, Windows updates wreaking havoc on networks adapters, Chris brings us This Week In Tech History, the team chimes in on the legality of planned obsolescence, Lee Olsen, CEO of Social Life Management talks about helping individuals and businesses see, own, manage and improve their online visibility, social life presence and image, CEA tells us about the gadgets consumers can’t live without.
Listener Andrew in North Pole, Alaska has a problem with his networks card that seems to have appeared after a Windows update, we tell him whether that can be possible and how to fix the issue.
Shawn in Redmond, Oregon is suspicious about how and when his electronics seem to decide to call it quits. We discuss planned obsolescence and whether that’s really a bad thing.
The Consumer Electronics Association joins Into Tomorrow to talk about the electronics that consumers just can’t keep their hands off.
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Kensington: SoleMate Comfort Footrest – Helps eliminate foot pressure points & strain while working @ your computer
Mota: Battery Case for iPhone 6 charges and protects your iPhone without adding bulk
Verykool: s6001 Phablet – Unlocked GSM phone with Android OS and 6-inch display
TYLT: Flyp-Duo – Reversible USB cables for Charging & Syncing with BOTH Lightning & Micro USB connectors!perfect for selfies!