Made by Google 2019
Jeremy and Jay talk about all of the news coming from the Made by Google 2019 event, including the Pixelbook, and Pixel Buds. They guys also take several calls on iPhone updates not working out so well.
SOME OF THE WEEK'S TOP TECH STORIES:
- Here’s everything Google just announced at the Made By Google 2019 event | TechCrunch
- Here's Everything Google Just Announced at Its Made by Google '19 Event - Thurrott.com
- Roku is the most popular streaming platform in the US by a huge margin - The Verge
- Keep an eye (and ear) on your home with the new Nest Aware
- The Pixel 4 doesn’t include any headphones, or even a 3.5mm adapter in the box - The Verge
- Sony is launching its 360-degree audio format this fall - The Verge
- Mixer Academy Goes Live - Thurrott.com
- Tile adds new sticky products as Apple threat looms, and more - DGiT
- Google Pixel Day, Apple Inc., and more - DGiT
- Fortnite isn't dead but it has reached The End, and more - DGiT
- DGiT Monthly: The September wrap, and October's here - DGiT
- 6 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 15th – BGR
- 15 best free Android apps of 2019 (September) - Android Authority
- Top iPhone and iPad apps going free and on sale 10-16-2019
- iPhone & iPad Apps Gone Free – October 16, 2019 | iOSnoops
- Top 8 New and Free Android Apps for October 2019
- YOUTUBE CHANNEL OF THE WEEK: “Data is Beautiful”
Tech Byte - Do I HAVE to stream my TV viewing?
Jay and Wiltz take a call from a listener who's gotten the impression that if she doesn't convert to TV streaming, her favorite shows are going away. The guys point out that box-top cable is going nowhere, and that actually, as the cost of streaming soars, box-top cable companies (who also offer streaming and on-demand options) continue to add value back to their services. But, there are advantages either way you go. It all depends on how you consume television and how that fits into your daily routine.
Tech Byte - The Solarwinds hack from an IT perspective
Wiltz Cutrer, an IT professional at Nucor Steel and an IT Instructor at Holmes Community College talks about the fallout, ramifications, and next steps forward for IT pros following the Solarwinds hack from December.
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