Personal Tech

Episode 55: Ads in your Phone

With ad blockers now popular when browsing the internet from a computer, what can be done on your mobile device? Listen for some tips to help you navigate and even dodge mobile ads.

Episode 54: Embrace Emoji

Do you absolutely avoid using emojis in any text-based conversations? Find out some of your emoji adoption options If you’re looking to add more fun visuals to your conversations.

Episode 53: Voicemail’s Texas Roots

Voicemail has its own story you can trace back to the Lone Star State. Learn about the man behind voicemail and his many ties to Texas.

Episode 52: Aging in Place Tech

Older generations are getting their own fair share of tech products to help them continue to live independently. Find out some of the gadgets tech companies have made to help.

Episode 51: Phone Data Purge

Running out of storage space on your phone and not quite ready to buy a device with more memory? Take advantage of the following tips to free up some room.

Episode 50: New-car Features for Older Cars

Your current car might have a softer spot in your heart and wallet. But do you feel like you’re missing out on some of the gadgets you could be enjoying? Discover what adds on you can potentially include in your older car.

Episode 49: Crypto vs. Gamers

If you’re a graphic designer or gamer, have you been wondering why the prices for graphics cards are soaring up? Learn more about cryptocurrency’s role in their escalating demand.

Episode 48: Alexa, But Local

Need help finding an Italian restaurant close to your home? Or how about when a store closes? Call on Alexa to help you quickly find out information on local businesses.

Episode 45: Safe Baby Monitors

Did you know baby monitors are hackable? Take advantage of these tips from experts to help you avoid eavesdropping on your baby monitor.

Episode 44: RIP MP3

In the span of less than a decade, MP3s ended up in the dust next to cassettes and walkmans. One particularly surprising group has even determined MP3 files are no longer necessary.