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"leo 8888275536" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"leo 8888275536" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Over two million people used lavage to breathe better sleep deeper, snore less and feel healthier without drugs. Nevada has over 70,000 online. Reviews averaging 4.7 stars because it works and it's easy to use go to Nevada dot com or find Nevada Walgreen, CVS Rite Aid Bed Bath and Target. Now available with eucalyptus for a spa like experience Savidge in a V A G E clean, nose, Healthy Life. Alamar Solar, a local name You can trust 7605040388 Diego's news and information stations. Safest thing for your child 12 and over is to get them vaccinated can be returned all the way through Tuesday in the mail or any one of the 131 drop off locations across San Diego News radio 600 Kogo. Okay. How are you today? Good to see you. Leo Laporte here. The tech guy? Yes. Set time again. Time to talk computers and the Internet home theater in digital photography, smartphones and smartwatches and all that jazz. My phone number. If you want to ask a question to make a comment, make a suggestion. 88 88 ask Leo 8888275536 toll free from anywhere in the U. S or Canada outside that area. You can still reach me, but you have to Probably you Skype. Something like that to call anything that call a phone number, uh, should be free. 88 88 ask Leo website tech guy labs dot com. I mentioned that so you don't feel like Oh, I heard something. I got to write that down. I don't want to forget it, or I want to keep track of it or whatever I want to Even better. I want to give Leo correction or an update, or here's a better idea. You can do that all at the website because it's free and it's open to all tech guy labs dot com. That's all. You have to remember phone numbers there. Links to the chat room. Are there everything tech guy labs? Dot com. Uh, day after tomorrow. As the crow flies, Apple will do an event. IPhone 13 year, Probably For models have already been kind of Revealed at the FCC. So what would that be? A 13 13 pro 13 pro Max and 13. Many That's my guess. We should also hear about new Air pod pros..

"leo 8888275536" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"leo 8888275536" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ladies and gentlemen, today's opponents on men versus train at the Crossing. We have Rick £175 frustrated man who's running late for work and on the tracks. We have pulled a million pound freight train that takes a mile to stop. Let's see who comes out on top. You can't be the train, so don't try to stop trains can't paid for by. Settling whether from KFC. Mostly sunny for your Sunday highs in the upper seventies for the beaches over eighties for Metro L and Inland OC Mitchell, Upper nineties in the valleys and the I. E temperatures starting to cool down by Tuesday with highs inland and the low to mid eighties by Wednesday, right now, 83 degrees in Braila 73 in Newport Beach, 81. West Hollywood 91 In Riverside. We leave locals live from the Kft 24 hour newsroom. I'm Leila Mohammed. Hey, How are you today? Good to see you. Leo Laporte here. The tech guy? Yes, it's that time again. Time to talk Computers and the Internet home Theater in digital photography and smartphones and smartwatches and all that jazz. My phone number. If you want to ask a question and make a comment, make a suggestion. 88 88 ask Leo 8888275536 toll free from anywhere in the U. S or Canada outside that area. You can still reach me, but you have to Probably escape something like that to call anything that call a phone number, uh, should be free. 88 88 ask Leo website.

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"leo 8888275536" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"leo 8888275536" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Hey, How are you today? Leo Laporte here. The That guy? Yes. Take time. Time to talk computers and you know the Internet Home Theater we could talk about virtual reality will talk about photography later. This today with Chris Marquart. Our photo guy Rod pile our space guy while I'm sure have stuff to say about Space. It's coming up, Sam Bible Samatar car guy in about 15 minutes. Yes, a big half on hour. I guess. A big big day a big day. Planned for us all. You want to call in the talk? You're really the star of the show. All you have to do is dial 88 88 Ask Leo. 8888275536 that is a toll free number, but only in the U. S. And Canada. If you're not in those two countries, you can still call. You just have to use Skype or something like that. That can call a phone number and it shouldn't cost you anything Since it's a Toll free number. 88 88 ask clear when you hear stuff. On the show. And you say I should write that down? Don't you don't have to. We were writing it down for you. Mr Scribe, Misuse crib. The guy in charge. The man with the pen James to Ruvo is writing it all down for you. And putting it up on the website. Tech guy Labs come so you could just go there. Search it. It's free. There's no sign up. You just walk right in, sit right down. The page. The website is divided into shows. So this is episode 1797. And he showed divided hours 12 and three shower into segments 123 and four You go right there. You'll even there's text now, but it will be is since James starts writing, but Wants to be audio and video from the show's later Later now, this week day after tomorrow, a zoo I'm speaking to you. Google's gonna have an event. And, uh, it's you know, it's their traditional Google. I o. The developer conference traditional except they skipped last year because a cove ID So I think they might have a lot to say we'll see. One of the things people are speculating about is that there will be New pixel phone that normally they announced those in October. But this seems like, Ah, good time to announce that if your Google all the buzz over Apple's iPhone 12 is where weren't off, there won't be a knife or 13 for six months. Wouldn't be a a fine time to release it, especially since Samsung released his phones every three minutes. So you know there's no um, we've seen from, uh YouTube. Uh, Rumor guy, John Prosser. We've seen pictures. Of a pixel and a pixel six pro Which looked very different. Very different. Um The camera bump. Is really more like a hump it is. It's also got a two tone design. It's gonna be. I think it could be very interesting three lenses. It looks like Third camera in the pro anyway on the back. So you know, that's all this is interesting. We'll find out Tuesday if they're gonna announce the new phone. If you're an android user, you might want to wait till Tuesday to find out because You know if you're in the market for a new phone, because pixels you know, classically are the you know the best example of what Andrea can be pure Google but also You know, for the last few years, they've legged in hardware design. They haven't been exactly the latest and greatest, But there's ah lot. Just think that this might be something very new and different. Not just the design. But Google's already said the next phone will have Google designed processors in it. Hmm. That's interesting. Rules. I'm processors will also be a look of first. Look it android 12. Which some say visually, at least, is the biggest update two Androids since lollypop went back in 2014 so Okay, so some really interesting stuff, maybe coming up. Who knows? You know Google can do all sorts of things that might NASA knew Chromebook who yell I have a feeling they've been taking a year off. Really? It was really slow last year. Not very interesting. Maybe maybe they're gonna make up for it with a burst of energy this year, so just, you know, heads up Tuesday. Should be interesting. Should be interesting. Uh, let's see what else is going on. Quitters looking at a paid version of Twitter. Most most of you are members of Twitter. Maybe some of you read Twitter. You know, it's a useful I don't you know, I don't tweet much anymore was all into Twitter when it first came out in 2006, But I've it's kind of worn out its welcome, especially the last few years. Uh, But They're in. They're always trying to figure out how they can make money. Right? How they can make money. And so this will be interesting they're working on. According to, uh A researcher. They haven't announced this a subscription service $2.99 a month. It's a lot three bucks a month. And I'll have an undue tweet function. How much would you pay to take back that? Mm. Maybe unfortunate thing You said just a second ago. Uh, it would be nice to have an undue tweets so Just to fix the spelling sometimes, right? So we'll look for that. That will be interesting to see We talk a lot about StarLink. This is the space six Elon Musk plan to put 12,000 satellites in orbit. 12,000 satellites Low Earth orbit very low Earth orbit satellites in orbit that will then give every square inch of the globe. Internet access. It is available now in pre release kind of a beta test. For some people in very limited geographic areas in North America. It's not cheap 500 bucks for the hardware, including the dish, which they called dishy muk dish face. I kid you not. That's the name She McTighe Smith dish face. Yeah. Iran is nothing if not a wag. And then 99 bucks a month for service. That really varies. It's certainly not for anybody who can get if you live in a metropolitan area, you know it's not gonna help you because For a lot less than that. You get much faster, much more. Reliable Internet access. But if you live in a rural area where you've really been struggling And that really is the hope for StarLink is it's going to bring Internet to places. You know that haven't really been able to get very good Internet It might be worth it 99 bucks. The speed seemed to range. You know, between You know? Well, it's supposed to be around 100 megabits, and sometimes it gets even up to 200 megabits Christ some users and sometimes it goes down well below that. Maybe 2, 80 or 90, or 50 year. Kind of depends. And Neela Patel has a review of it on the verge. He lives in Upper New York state, So he was very interested. His headline Broad brand dreams fall to Earth. Space X is satellite Internet services, a technological marvel when it works. Kind of cool, dishy Mick Dish face Ames Auto aims itself towards.

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"leo 8888275536" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"leo 8888275536" Discussed on KTOK

"All that jazz 88 88 ask Leo 8888275536. If you want to talk, I Tech With me. We get a lot of calls. We did actually. Last year towards the end of the year because people had seen that adobe flash was going away. You know, that's the technology that gave you dancing monkeys on the Internet for so many years. In fact, when, when you took first started out the videos on YouTube were in flash. But Adobe, uh, kind of ran into some headwinds with flash. For one thing. It was Kind of notoriously insecure people had all sorts of security issues with it. But for another thing, Apple Steve Jobs who kind of had an ax to grind with the Dhobi for other reasons. Published a open letter on the front page of apple dot com Way back in 2010 saying We're not gonna support flash on our iPhones or on ipads because we don't like it. It's zah pig. It's slow. That was 10 years ago took 10 years to finally kill flashing. December, 31st. Flash went away. Adobe stopped using it and we had a lot of calls to people. Then what am I gonna do? What? My my website is gonna work and my game and I think by now you probably it's only the oldest sites sites that I haven't been updated in years. They're still using flash. And frankly, those probably won't ever be updated their abandoned where Most sites. I mean YouTube stopped using flash years ago. Funny story, though. There's a railway system in northern China doll, Leon It was running on flash the whole railway system. They've known we've known since 2017. The flash was going away. But apparently whoever is running this railway system, the China Railway Shenyang Wasn't paying attention. Uh, By the way, I flashes a programming language. I guess you could do things like run a railway on it. I wouldn't want Oh, but you could So the for 20 hours. The railroads in Dolly on and Leon Ng province in China. Northern China. Weren't running. Staffers couldn't view train operating diagrams. They couldn't Set up scheduling. They couldn't arrange shutting. Basically, everything stopped. Had they fix it. They got a Pirated version of flash and install it for 30 in the morning, everything started working again. Uh um. That's probably the most extreme example of were not given up flash ever. Right. They're running a Pirated version. Of flash. Oh, my back to the phones. We go. Jesse, Ontario, California Hi Jesse Leo Laporte The Tecca. Hello. Look. Hey, you're on the air. Hi. I'm sorry. Did I say Jesse? Jose? I mis read that. I apologize. Hi, Jose. No problem. Thanks for taking my call. Leo. My pleasure problem. Um, I was working on the project first. Work and I finished my project close to computer computer. Uh, went to work the next day says I've been blocked off Google now. I Oh, no. I work at a school where they used Chromebooks. But because of the audio and video, I used my personal laptop, which which doesn't have the problems that the Chromebooks air having. The problem is that all the sudden I can't access group, So the thing you were working on was in Google docks. In your account. And they've kicked you off of Google. Do you know why did they give you a reason? No, it will it first. The two met two messages pop up, one says, Firewall, blah, blah, blah and the real quick and only it's only up for just like two seconds. And so I made sure that all my, you know defenders off, he said is off. VPN is off. And it still won't allow me. I tried toe do updates on the set, and they can't connect because there's no Internet, it says. My systems appears to be configured correctly. But for some reason, Google isn't Isn't going to. So it's not that Google is not letting you log in. Necessarily. Could you check your Gmail? No. Can't do that. Either. Can't do anything with Google. I mean, I can go to my desktop that I haven't another room. I can access Google. I can go with that computer. The first thing to do is make sure that computer's time and date is correct. Um, can you Oh, Okay, let's see well. 1970. You've got a problem. So the reason that's important It's sometimes this happens with computers. You know, they forget what time and date it is usually because the battery that backs that stuff up is old and has failed. If the time and date is wrong. Certificates. That verify that you're on the right site won't work because they are approved for a certain period of time. Usually, actually now, from now on, it'll be one year but even the most five years And when your clock fails, it goes way back on early DOS machines went to 1904 units machines, He goes back to 1970. So check it is your time and date correct. It says General 24th. Okay, 2021. Okay, So it's not that that's always the first thing to check and everybody listening. Keep that in the back of your mind. As if if all of a sudden the Internet stops working that zoo often why s Oh, that's not it Dessert. If you are on that machine, your browser, can you go to other sites and log in and use them normally? No, it's I tried going on duck, duck. Go. OK, Fox? Nothing. Okay. Seems okay. So here's the good news. You haven't lost anything. It's just that computer. Yeah, I was gonna worry, because I hate it. When you work on a project for hours and then suddenly you can't access it is gone and it is, You know, it's probably good. Little warning that you know when you're using Google or Facebook, or, you know somebody else's You know, system those They're all very nice and convenient this class systems, But it can happen that your account for whatever reason gets canceled doesn't happen that often. But if it did, and it was in error, you would lose access to whatever stored in that cloud, So it's always good to Put stuff in, you know, more than one place. This is just this computer, and it does sound like sounds like he had a lot of security software running on that computer. Yeah, that sounds like that might be related to the issue. So I turned it off. You turn off all the security suffer. Tell me what you've got right? He said a VPN and he said the anti virus had he set on the head of VPN, and then I never turned on defender. That. Excuse me. That's far as I know that's the only Yes or something. Security. I have things mess. Stop. Obviously, with your Internet access one thing you could tries its windows. Yeah. When is 10? 88 Windows eight could be part of the problem. That could be part of the problem. Uh, so, uh, yeah. I mean, I don't think end of life of Windows eight would have would do this, but that that could be part of the problem. Um I would Um Keep going. E guess you go into safe mode, maybe, and see if things are working better. There do safe mode with networking. So that you can Try. Your browser will look awful, You know, because it's safe mode turns off all the drivers. One of the thing. It'll turn off any bad background security software as well. So I would try safe mode with networking..

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"leo 8888275536" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"leo 8888275536" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Photography, smartphones smartwatches. All that jazz 88 88 ask Leo 8888275536. If you want to talk, I Tech With me. We get a lot of calls We did actually last year towards the end of the year because people had seen that Adobe flash was going away. You know, that's the technology that gave you dancing monkeys on the Internet for so many years. In fact, When when you took first started out the videos and you two were in flash, but Adobe kind of ran into some headwinds with flash. For one thing, it was Kind of notoriously insecure people had all sorts of security issues with it. But for another thing, Apple Steve Jobs who kind of had an ax to grind with Adobe, for other reasons. Published a open letter on the front page of apple dot com Way back and 2010 saying We're not gonna support flash on our iPhones or an iPad because we don't like it. It's zah pig. It's slow. That was 10 years ago took 10 years to finally kill flashing. December, 31st. Flash went away. They'll be stopped using it and we had a lot of calls to people said What am I gonna do? What My my website is gonna work and my game and I think by now you probably it's only the oldest sites sites that I haven't been updated in years. They're still using flash. And frankly, those probably won't ever be updated their abandoned where Most sites. I mean YouTube stopped using flash years ago. Funny story, though. Uh, there's a railway system in northern China doll, Leon. It was running on flash the whole railway system. They've known we've known since 2017 the flashes going away, but apparently whoever is running this railway system, the China Railway Shenyang Wasn't paying attention. Uh, By the way, I flashes a programming language. I guess you could do things like run a railway on it. I wouldn't want to, but you could. So the for 20 hours. The railroads in Dolly on and loud Ning province in China. Northern China. Weren't running. Staffers couldn't view train operating diagrams. They couldn't Set up scheduling. They couldn't arrange shutting. Basically, everything stopped. Had they fix it. They got a Pirated version of flash and installed at 4 30 in the morning, Everything started working again. Uh um. That's probably the most extreme example of were not given up flash ever. Right there right in the Pirated version. Of flash. Oh, my Back to the phones. We go. Jesse, Ontario, California. Hi Jesse Leo Laporte, The tech guy Hello. Look. Hey, you're on the air. Hi. Oh, I'm sorry. Did I say Jesse? Jose? I mis read that. I apologize. Hi, Jose. No problem. Thanks for taking my call Leo. My pleasure problem. Um, I was working on the project first or work, and I finished my project close to computer Computer authority The next day says I've been blocked off Google. No, no, no. I work at a school where they used Chromebooks. But because of the audio and video, I used my personal laptop, which which doesn't have the problems that the Chromebooks we're having. The problem is that all of a sudden I can't access group. So the thing you were working on was in Google docks. In your account, and they've kicked you off of Google. Do you know why did they give you a reason? No. Well it first, The two met two messages pop up, one says Firewall, blah, blah, blah and the real quick it only it's only up for just like two seconds. And so I made sure that all my, you know defenders off, he said is off. VPN is off. And it still won't allow me. I try toe do updates on the set and they can't connect because there's no Internet, it says. My systems appears to be configured correctly. But for some reason, Google isn't Isn't going to happen. So it's not that Google is not letting you log in. Necessarily. Could you check your Gmail? No. Can't do that. Either. Can't do anything with Google. I mean, I can go to my desktop that I haven't another room. I can access Google. I can go. It's that it's that computer. The first thing to do is make sure that computer's time and date is correct. Um yeah. Okay, let's see Well is its 1970. You've got a problem. So the reason that's important. Sometimes this happens with computers. You know, they forget what time of day it is usually because the battery that backs that stuff up is old and has failed. If the time and date is wrong. Certificates. That verify that you're on the right site won't work because they are approved for a certain period of time. Usually, actually now, from now on, it'll be one year, but even at most five years And when your clock fails, it goes way back in on early DOS machines went to 1904 units machines, He goes back to 1970. So check it is your time and date correct. It says General 24th. Okay, 2021. Okay, So it's not that that's always the first thing to check and everybody listening. Keep that in the back of your mind. If all of a sudden the Internet stops working that zoo often why s Oh, that's not it is. If you are on that machine, your browser, can you go to other sites and log in and use them normally? No, it is. I tried going on tucked up. Go. Okay. Box? Nothing. Okay. Seems okay. So here's the good news. You haven't lost anything. It's just that computer. Yeah, I was getting worried because I hate it when you work on a project for hours And then suddenly you can't access that is gone. And it is, you know, it's probably good a little warning. That you know when you're using Google or Facebook, or, you know somebody else's You know system. Those are all very nice and convenient this class systems, But it can happen that your account for whatever reason gets canceled doesn't happen that often. But if it did, and it was an error, you would lose access to whatever stored in that cloud, So it's always good to Put stuff in, you know, more than one place. Uh, this is just this computer, and it does sound like sounds like you had a lot of security software running on that computer. Yeah, that sounds like that might be related to the issue. So I turned it off. You've turned off all the security software. Tell me what you've got right? He said a VPN and he said the anti virus had he set on the head of VPN. And then I never turned on defender and that Excuse me. That's far as I know that the only Yes or something security. I have this mess. Stop. Obviously, with your Internet access one thing you could try. Windows. Yeah. When is 10? 88 when I was eight could be part of the problem. That could be part of the problem. Uh, so, yeah. I mean, I don't think end of life of Windows eight would have would do this, but that that could be part of the problem. Um I would Um You could go into e guess you go into safe mode, maybe, and see if things are working better. There do safe mode with networking. So that you can Try. Your browser will look awful, You know, because it's safe mode turns off all the drivers. One of the thing. It'll turn off any background security software as well. OK, so I would try safe mode with networking. See if it's all working. They're, um so you know, you shut down completely. Hold down the shift key and then turn the machine on and keep holding the shift Key until you get that boot menu and then choose a safe mode with networking. Um okay. I think that I don't. I would say that that's something going on. Obviously, with your network stack. It could be. It's very common Security software does this It's one of the reasons I don't recommend Third party security software most of the time. The good news is you haven't lost anything. In fact, this is one of the advantages of working in Google. You go to that other computer log into your Google account. There's there's what you were working on. So that's a relief. It just sounds like that machines messed up and, you know, ultimately One of the things you might want to do is.

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