Beating the Smartphone Blues

Get your smartphone ready for some note taking. The Guru of Geek Marlo Anderson visits with Rockin’ Dave Blair and Tech Geezer Jim Walsh about ways to save and make money using your smartphone. The Guru of Geek is going to help justify why he uses a cellphone. We’re not sure if he is trying […]

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Senior Citizens Can Now Walk Smart

Another Data Breach Segment 1 The date industry is a big industry. New apps are introduced every day as a means to make life easier. Each time you download a new app, the chances of giving permission to use your personal data is extremely high. Facebook is in the hot seat for allowing private data […]

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Jobs of the Future

Early 2018 statistics show there are about 6.5 million available jobs in the U.S. There are plenty of jobs available. How prepared people are to take these jobs? It doesn’t matter how well you do your current job, your services might not be needed in the near future. Now is the time to focus on […]

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Uber, Chrome, Apple & Mars

One hour equals 60 minutes. There are a lot of topics in the today’s news relating to technology. The home speaker appliance market has new competition. Elon Musk’s Mars-bound Tesla rocket launches successfully. The Olympics undergoes a cyber attack. Intellectual property theft. We have one hour to discuss as much as we can. Ready?

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Facebook & 5G & RIP CD

Streaming is about to get 50% faster. Social media is affecting our work environment. And, the time has come to say goodbye to the CD and DVD for good. But first, you might be wondering what this squirrel has to do with a technology show. Nothing. But, neither does National Day Calendar, except for a small fact. National Day Calendar was the #1 leading topic trending across social media for 2017. How is that possible? Today is National Shower with a Friend Day; National Weatherperson’s Day; and National World Nutella Day. Check it out!

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North Dakota, Bitcoin & Claude Brooks

Justin Glasser, North Dakota Automated Vehicle Collaborative, provides updates on developments in autonomous transportation; Jerry Ketterling, Cybernet Security, L.L.C. makes a case for Bitcoin; and Claude Brooks, creator of “Hip-Hop Harry,” advises parents on how to choose apps for kids.

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Bellagio Lights Up the Sky & Meltdown and Spectre

Intel has been creating light shows through the use of drones for some time now. Marlo and Dave had the opportunity to witness just how spectacular the shows are. During CES 2018, both Marlo and Dave attended the “Drone Light Show” at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas during CES 2018.  Intel launched 250 Shooting Star drones over the Bellagio Hotel, syncing up the display with the Fountains of Bellagio water display. The result was an amazing display of entertainment that awed spectators up and down the Las Vegas Strip.

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