APPLE AND ANDROID SQUARE OFF

August 29, 2018
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VIDEO COMMUNICATION PLATFORMS One of all the biggest challenges we face with our smart device is video communication across the platforms. For example, Facetime is a proprietary app for iOS users. Android users can not make video calls via Facetime. It has nothing to do with the App you’re using, it’s more to do with the […]

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Airbnb and VRBO

August 28, 2018

ADVENTURES WITH AIRBNB A‌i‌r‌b‌n‌b‌,‌ ‌I‌n‌c‌.‌ is a company based in San Francisco that operates an online marketplace and hospitality service for people to lease or rent short-term lodging from holiday cottages to hostel beds. Airbnb is a home rental platform with a simple premise–connect homeowners to customers looking for short term rentals. Airbnb does not […]

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FUEL ALTERNATIVES

August 28, 2018

AUTONOMOUS RACING One could be forgiven for thinking that Tesla is the only company in existence building autonomous, or self-driving, electric vehicles. The Elon Musk hype machine, fueled by the fanboys at Futurism and other tech sites, has been in overdrive lately. The United States has not been the leader in the sales of electric […]

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Baby Boomer vs. Generation Z

The generation gap cannot be more apparent than in Technology. Today we will explore that gap with our two in-studio guests, Jefferson White and Nick Ressler. Baby Boomer vs. Generation Z Jefferson is a recent graduate of Legacy High School in Bismarck. He is spending the summer working at Awesome 2 Products. He grew up […]

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Breaking Away From Traditional Energy

Clean Energy In North Dakota Lightspring, LLC launches reliable, technically sound, and efficient solar farms. The enterprise uses solar energy to generate electricity on tracts of dormant or existing agricultural land. These methods break from traditional power generation means such as fossil fuels, hydroelectric and nuclear. Someone You Should Know James Kambeitz, ​​Public Relations, Media, & […]

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Opportunity Through Autonomous Technology

AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE NEWS Autonomous vehicles are here to stay. It comes as no surprise that car manufacturers will begin to mass produce autonomous vehicles in the near future. General Motors (GM) is already building autonomous versions of the Chevrolet Bolt EV on a production line in Detroit. Beyond sheer numbers GM also makes a wide range […]

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Scott Fisher is Power Driven by Ideas

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This show is particularly charged with information and will introduce many of our listeners to a field of expertise we probably rarely, if ever, think about. Most days, Scott Fisher can be found troubleshooting electrical grounding and conducting preventative inspections. Other days, he is researching the topic to learn as much as he can. As […]

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Traveling Forward With Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles are rolling towards us at an amazing rate.  Even autonomous flying cars will be fluttering in our skies in just a few years.  With that said, you don’t have to wait to start using autonomous technology.  On today’s show, we are going to review our top picks of autonomous mowers and vacuum cleaners.  […]

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Undercover Technology

Do reviews influence how you purchase items online, check in at a hotel or eat at a restaurant? Even tho there are sites that sell incredible good products online like Oddbins, We will chat about how reviews can influence us and the impact they can have on businesses. Computer and smartphone sales are down, which […]

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Facebook Follies

Have you ever wondered how social media companies like Facebook make money? Today, the Guru of Geek Marlo Anderson and Tech Geezer Jim Walsh discuss why people should be concerned about the data found in your social media accounts. Steve Wozniak, Co-Founder of Apple, made a big move to get away from Facebook. His biggest […]

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