Leo says that may be because John's carrier doesn't support it. Leo doesn't understand why carriers don't support it, but he suspects it's greed. If the carrier can't control it, they aren't making money off of it. It could also be phone specific. He could root his phone, but carriers don't always support features made available on a rooted phone either.
Marena was wondering about Snapfish for her photos. Leo says that's more geared toward people that want to pay for prints, and he likes Google's Picasa Web. It's free, and will automatically upload all of her photos to Google. She can also buy more storage if she needs more than the 7GB Google offers free. If she wants a more professional service, Leo uses and likes SmugMug as well.
Mike sent a picture of his passport through email, and two seconds after he sent it, he got an email from Google listing products that are similar to his passport. He's concerned that the information is out there somewhere now.
Leo doesn't think this is a malware issue because it's not opening up any malicious sites, just the ones he was previously visiting. The first thing to try is resetting Internet Explorer in settings. Doing a full reset may clear out what was causing the problem.
Frank could also do a Windows System Restore to the point before this started happening.
Leo says that Android probably has the edge because it can merge with Google Contacts seamlessly, as well as Facebook and Twitter. He can customize the fields better, too. Leo advises to take all of his contact data and get it into Google contacts. Then, he's able to manage contacts well no matter what platform he's on.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be risky, because if he goes about it the wrong way, he could get banned by Google. There are, however, key things to do to improve his results. The first 1500 characters of his page should have everything about him. Read up on Google's document on SEO. There's also an article on BuzzFeed on Human Curation and SEO.
There are other options, but they are not free.
Steve wants to know why TechTV didn't make it in a gadget obsessed society, especially the Screen Savers. G4 has decided to abandon technology programming altogether and is going for eyeballs with what they call "GQ programming." The reason is economics. A cable channel like TechTV lost $100 million a year. Leo is doing the same thing eight years later, he has a larger (but more narrow) audience, and is profitable because his costs are lower.
Tom is looking for a GPS replacement for his Garmin and he was thinking about a tablet because it could give him more options. He's concerned it won't connect to satellites for GPS, though. Leo says that almost all tablets he could get have a GPS chip (with the exception of the Wi-Fi only version of iPad), but the maps would get downloaded as he goes. Waze is a great app that does it this way. It collects information about the road ahead from other Waze users. However in rural areas with no 3G, he wouldn't have a map.