Windows 10 Official Launch Date Arrives Along with Mystery Icon
July 29, 2015 is the official date for the distribution of Microsoft’s next major OS: Windows 10. Ed Rudel will lead the discussion on some Frequently Asked Questions about the Windows 10 upgrade, in particular what the heck that mysterious white window in your System Tray means!
Microsoft Windows 10 Frequently Ask Questions
How to Make an ISO file from the Windows 10 Upgrade
Apple’s WWDC Opens June 8
Cal Carson will have the rumored highlights of what has typically been Apple’s “really big show”, the 2015 World Wide Developers Conference, this coming week. Will Apple TV finally get the makeover it has desperately needed? Will the world catch the beat of Apple’s uber music service? What new tricks will appear in iOS 9 for the world of Apple’s digital devices? Answers await.
Crawford County Recognized for Broadband Connection
Eric Fredrick, VP of Community Affairs for Michigan Connect, announces …Read More
CNET by Don Reisinger April 13, 2015 6:54 AM PDT
The Apple Watch basked in a strong opening weekend that could indicate success for the device, analysts say.
In an investors note Monday, Cowen and Co. estimated that total Apple Watch preorders worldwide reached about 1 million units during the first weekend of availability. Cowen, which has monitored Apple for years and scrutinizes the company’s product launches, extrapolated the preorder number after analyzing preorders at Apple Stores in the San Francisco Bay Area on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Happy Pi Day 3.14.15
Is the New 12″ MacBook A Marvel of Design or the Result of the “Apple PR Zone”?
Join our hosts Gary Baker, Ed Rudel, Shane Hamelin and Foster Braun and they look at the Apple Spring forward event (3/9/15.) Was it really about Apple Watch or even about the 12 ” MacBook Retina? Maybe we all missed the main point of the dog and pony show in Cupertino!
Rick Broida, the Gadget Guy and Cheapskate blogger, joins us in studio to give his opinion on Apple technology, his current favorite watch and his recommendation for your next Windows laptop.
The Real Story of the Apple Reveal: New Technologies that will change mobile computing
The New Force Touch TrackPad
The New “Butterfly Keyboard
USB-C: One Connector to Rule Them All
Mike Brennan, Editor and Host of MiTechNews
The mysteries surrounding Apple’s new wearable are over.
At the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, Apple revealed what future watch-wearers had been wanting to know for months: when it was going to be available, how much it would cost, and what comes with it.
If you need a refresher, the Apple Watch
is one of (if not the) most customizable product the company has made, with three different base models, two sizes, and half-a-dozen different watch colors and strap bands.
The models come with a range of apps, including many that mirror what’s on the iPhone (including Contacts, Maps, and Music), along with its voice-activated assistant Siri. It alsoworks with Apple Pay, the company’s own contactless payments service, and a health monitor with two dedicated apps.
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Is your legacy lost in cyberspace?
Dan Hoops, Assoc. Prof. of Accounting and Taxation, Walsh College joins us to give us insights into identifying our digital valuables and advising us on how to make sure your legacy doesn’t die with you.
Online Tech Hosts Retro Arcade Night, Thursday, March 19, 3 – 7pm
Shawn Fergus of Online Tech announces a casual, fun networking event for IT pros and other business professional who are interested in the types of products and services they offer. There will be no sales pitching, just more than 20 classic arcade games (the real ‘80s machines), craft brews, food and NCAA tournament hoops on large screen TVS. Act quickly, reservations are limited.
Mike Brennan, Editor and …Read More
Keep Your Eye On the Apple
Phone lines are open. You tell us: Will you be buying a new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? Didn’t Samsung do all of this before: Galaxy Note, Galaxy Gear (watch) and Google Pay? So what’s the big deal? $350 for an Apple Watch! You gotta be kidding…or not!
Foster, Gary and Ed will lead the discussion and find out what our listeners are saying about Apple’s grand reveal this past week.
Internet Radio, The New Frontier:
Yakeem Tatum, host and founder of Urban Nation Radio .Yakeem is a Junior at Henry Ford Academy, associated with the College for Creative Studies.
Apple Payment: The Ultimate Digital Security ?
Rick Dakin, CEO and Chief Security Strategist of Coalfire (IT Data Security Firm) in regards to the security of the iPhone 6 pay-by-phone feature:
“A device and token-based payment system is inherently more secure than mag-stripe cards using 1970s technology, but consumers need to understand that even the most sophisticated technologies have vulnerabilities. Fraud always finds a way.”