Tech News and Commentary
In this hour Dave and the Into Tomorrow team discuss Microsoft’s new annoucements, an Apple Store horror story, getting an ISP to get you online, this week’s Consumer Reports feature which discusses Amazon’s $50 tablet, tech helping put an end to bullying with guest Michael Lissack, Executive Director at The Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence, and battery life issues with HTC M9.
Rick in Christiana, Tennessee listens on WTN and wants to know how to get his ISP to actually get service to his home.
The team gave listener Mark in Lewis, Delaware wants to know, why the battery life on his HTC M9 is so bad.
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:
Tylt: Capio Universal car mount for smartphones
Sleepace: RestOn Smart Sleep Monitor
jaybird: X2 Bluetooth earbuds
Kensington: EVAP Kits – let you Rescue your Wet Electronics before it’s too late – AND – Their new Portable Combination Laptop Lock
SimpleMatters: Several ditto clip-on wearables that vibrates when your favorite people try to reach you. It’s the the world’s most discreet wearable notification device
Parallels: Activation codes for their Parallels Desktop Pro – allows you to run Windows on your Mac.
PowerIt: 12,000 Milliamp Hour Portable jump start and power supply kits
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