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Everyday Tech: Drones!!!

Since Drones have flown onto the scene there have been a lot of advances in their abilities and as a result, quite a few restrictions placed on their use. The FAA sees the drones people use each day as aircraft, whether it looks like a toy or not and because of this, they must be handled with care at all times. So today we’ll be talking about different types of drones, how to become a drone pilot, what the difference between business and professional use is, and how to keep your drone use legal in our great state.

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Everyday Tech - Microsoft Solarwinds Fallout

Jay and Wiltz discuss the growing concern over the breach of Microsoft's Solarwinds. Also callers have questions about how to DVR over-the-air television, how to share a large video file with others without breaking it up into multiple files, how do you shift all your info between phones, and what are the songs you hear played during Everyday Tech each week.● Microsoft says hackers were able to see some of its source code ● SolarWinds hides list of high-profile customers after devastating hack● Fortnite developer Epic Games just bought a North Carolina mall for its new headquarters● Verizon puts 3G shutdown plans on hold indefinitely● More than half of Americans turned to video games during lockdown● What's New on Netflix and What's Leaving in January 2021● ESPN Plus is raising its annual subscription price to $59.99 in 2021● Adobe Flash rides off into the sunset● AT&T recovers from multi-state outage after Nashville bombing● Massachusetts plans to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035 ● Ticketmaster will pay $10 million for hacking rival ticket seller● Ikea made mock PS5 and Xbox Series X boxes to help you buy the right media cabinet● Slack starts 2021 with a massive outage● Microsoft commits to fix Xbox Series X controller disconnects in a future update● Samsung appears to have a new Tile competitor on the way● Detailed Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus specs leaked● Amazon buys Wondery, setting itself up to compete against Spotify for podcast domination● Amazon reportedly developing radar-equipped sleep apnea tracker● Amazon will spend $2 billion to try to fix affordable housing crises in three major employment hubs● Facebook ordered to pay $4.7M to Italian developer over copycat feature● Twitter is buying a podcast app to help build its audio Spaces