Episode archive

Episode 1417

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1417

Shark detecting drones, making your Uber location more accurate, updating a Chromebox, mesh routing systems, sharing calendars and contacts with separate iCloud accounts, solargraphy, unlocking a phone, why you should set up voice calling on an Amazon Echo, text-to-speech software for a Raspberry Pi, why do we pay for access to the internet? And more of your calls!

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1416

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1416

The best way to blog while on vacation, Google Home can now make phone calls, alternative ways to control cameras, what to get for a secondary phone, updating an Android phone without a carrier, Scott Wilkinson joins us to talk about Apple investing billions into original programming, Johnny Jet recommends an app to see where chefs eat, and Dick DeBartolo has a compact countertop ice maker to show off.

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1415

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1415

How to view the eclipse safely, how to code in Windows PowerShell, staying safe on a public WiFi network, best eCommerce options, how to know if a notification from Facebook is legit, photo advice from Chris Marquardt for the eclipse, and more of your calls.

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1414

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1414

Watching the solar eclipse safely, wireless home theater systems, the best password manager, creating strong passwords, what will Android O be called? Resources for repairing your old gadgets, and more of your calls!

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1413

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1413

T-Mobile to launch its own Android phone for $125, how to make Facebook posts private, alternatives to Google Picasa, is it possible to use a virtual reality headset with an Apple device? Using Google Voice to send SMS messages, using WhatsApp on the desktop, Chris Marquardt's "Joy" photo assignment review, and more of your calls.

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1412

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1412

Consumer Reports downgrades their Microsoft Surface recommendation, Google celebrates the birth of Hip Hop, where can you find HDR content? Upgrading to a mesh router, finding the right monitor for a laptop, ride sharing alternatives to Uber and Lyft, setting up a whitelist to only let certain phone calls through, watch out for fake solar eclipse glasses and more of your calls!

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1411

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1411

The US Army orders soldiers to stop using DJI drones because of cyber vulnerabilities, a look at the new Lenovo T Series ThinkPad, troubleshooting a drive that won't load Windows, how to hardwire a home network, fixing a laptop keyboard, how to get rid of strange popups on an Android tablet, where to get a high end Chromebook, Waze and Apple CarPlay, how to get stats on your wireless network, how to deal with duplicate files, and more of your calls.

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1410

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1410

The iGen: have smartphones destroyed a generation? Why is High Dynamic Range important? Updating an old stand alone GPS, finding the screen saver settings in Windows 10, home theater remote controls, finding the right eye protection to observe the eclipse and more of your calls!

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1409

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1409

Can you broadcast from a Chromecast, repairable laptop recommendation, making a phone call with the Amazon Echo, why you can't use a third party charger with your HP laptop, and Sweden accidentally leaks millions of its citizen's personal information. Chris Marquardt comes on to talk about wide angle lenses and using them in photography.

Bandwidth for The Tech Guy podcast is provided by CacheFly.

Episode 1408

Embedded thumbnail for Episode 1408

DefCon Hacker Convention opens in Las Vegas, Kaspersky AntiVirus may be linked to Russian spying, Apple formally kills iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, China makes VPNs illegal, what to do if your phone is stolen, how to get a Gmail account back from a hacker, and is it possible to maintain privacy online? Plus, Scott Wilkinson joins us to talk about the Flat Panel Shoot Out for HDTVs, Johnny Jet has a way to get over a fear of flying, and Dick DeBartolo has a gadget to help parents keep track of their young children.