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Computer Talk 9/22/18 Hr 1 Toyota To Support Android Auto Car Navigation System
Erik and Bob take your questions. Google warns U.S. Senators of foreign hackers targeting their GMail accounts. Toyota to finally support Android auto car navagation system. Elon Musk promises Tesla "dash cam" feature soon. A listener seeks advice on how to set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection for increased privacy and security. Another listener describes his experiences receiving a fake Apple support call. We offer tips on how to protect yourself from scams. How to adjust touch sensitivity on an Android tablet. A mobile phone user receives a message that e-mail messages stored in the cloud will be deleted by Gmail. We offer suggestions for e-mail backup. A caller wants to receive texts and notifications from his Apple iPhone on his Windows computer.
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The Return of the Supra + Dean Jefferies' GT40 Roadster
Adam and Matt remember Dean Jefferies and discuss his GT40 that was up for auction. They also give their thoughts on the new Toyota Supra. AS HEARD IN THE EPISODE, GET ZYCOAT ZYBAR’S HARD-WEARING COATING FOR HARD-RUNNING ENGINES AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS: www.zycoat.com Geico: Visit Geico.com
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Computer Talk 9/22/18 Hr 2 Toyota To Support Android Auto Car Navigation System
Quirky Bob Ross toaster burns image of painter of Bob Ross on your morning toast. A caller wants to know which computer buy to use with a popular but questionable (due to third party software) video streaming service. We discuss the pitfalls of using the "dark web" for video streaming. A user from West Harford has questions about the new GoNetspeed fiber optic Internet service as well as questions about data usage from using navigation apps in the car with a cell phone. Can you use more than one hard drive in a computer? We help a caller with that question, as well as describe the difference between "traditional" and solid state hard drives. Plus, we help with a Quickbooks update issue. A volunteer for a nonprofit agency wants to know if there is sufficient Internet bandwidth to process credit card transactions for an event. A caller wants to know if booting a Linux operating system from a USB thumb drive is a possible means to speed up a computer. Which phones work with Google Project Fi, plus how to transfer your data to a new Android phone.
Computer Talk with TAB