Hour 1: The IA Crew Helps Build Your Techie Gift List and Mike Brennan Offers Tips to Protect You at the Mall
The whole IA crew pitched in with their unique suggestions about gifts for your favorite techie (OK, besides yourself!). There also was some interesting commentary on what NOT to buy said sweetie, general shopping tips including some very important tips when it comes time to shred the wrapping and get down to using your new digital delight.
- Bluetooth headsets (They are not just for phone calls when you are driving anymore, there are some good sport ones as well)
- iCodis CB-100W Mobile Projectorhttps://www.amazon.com/iCODIS-Projector-Wireless-Connectivity-Portable/dp/B01CYC1UO6 Why watch TV and movies on your mobile device when you can projected on the wall for all in the room to see.
- Amazing STEM toys –http://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/coolest-tech-and-stem-toys-for-2016-holiday-shopping/
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Hour 2: Good News/Bad News and Two Troy Moms Co-found Troy Tech Talks
The takedown of the Avalanche network had mainly a European and Japan presents. Basically, the masterminds were in Europe, Infecting computer world wide since 2009 with viruses and Trojans. Hundreds of thousands off website and domains were shut down as they were either infected or complicit with the hackers.
If you have up to date antivirus software then your computer more than likely was not taken over and a Bot for the Avalanche ransomware network takedown.
You could always download and install the free scanner, Malwarebytes, at www.malwarebytes.org ir https://www.malwarebytes.com/mwb-download/thankyou/
- The Welt smartbelt – I wonder if you can get through an airport security checkpoint with one of these on?
- Somabar – or you can mix your own drinks for less than $429
- Kolibree smart toothbrush – it teaches kids how to brush their teeth or you can be a parent and do it
- Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator – only $6,000
- Digitsole smart insoles – what a stinky idea
- Fitbark – Or you could just walk your dog and track your steps
- Hoverboards – this is a really explosive gift idea
- Smart water bottles – how does it know when I’m thirsty?
- Grillbot – spend $129 to have this clean you grill or you can use a $7 grill brush
These local computer shops have been recommended by you the listeners for good, honest service and reasonable costs. Let us know your favorite local computer shop so we can share it with your neighbors and friends.