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Author: KTLA Audio Network , Rich DeMuro

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TV Tech Guy Rich DeMuro offers tech news, gadget reviews, helpful apps and answers your questions. From KTLA-TV Los Angeles.

299 Episodes
Samsung releases Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360 laptops; CES 2022 will be happen in Las Vegas; T-Mobile launches a GPS tracker; Apple AirTag; iOS 14.5 notable features; Amazon's new Fire HD 10 tablets; how to stop notifications in Chrome.Listeners ask clipping website content to keep indefinitely, group communications for cyclists, Samsung A32 5G vs iPhone 12 as first cell phone, tricky password situation on a laptop repair, best phone with Zoom for an Alaska vacation, transferring playlists from Spotify to YouTube Music, a way to mirror Android phone to Zoom.LinksRich on InstagramAmerican Dream mallSamsung laptopsCES 2022T-Mobile SyncUPApple AirTagiOS 14.5 featuresAmazon Fire HD 10Stop Chrome notificationsEvernote for web clippingOneNote for web clippingZello walkie talkie appSamsung S21 Ultra phoneWebsite to transfer playlistsMirror iOS to ZoomMirror Android to Zoom
OnePlus Watch review; Apple's Spring Loaded event; Samsung's next Unpacked event; Microsoft Edge Kids Mode; Spotify Car Thing; Kindle gets a helpful new feature that displays the cover of the book you're reading.Listeners ask about security software, cutting down on a DIRECTV bill, the best app to show off artwork, best photo backup stick, managing email accounts, a site for news subscriptions and best speakers for a TCL TV.Follow RichOnePlus Watch reviewApple Spring Loaded eventSamsung Unpacked 2021Microsoft Edge Kids ModeSpotify Car ThingKindle new featureSecurity software for cord-cuttingArtwork appSandisk iXpand Flash Drive LuxeApple News+TCL wireless speakers
LG calls it quits but promises three years of OS updates; Best Buy tests a membership program; Apple expands Find My to third party gadgets; Google's latest sleep tracking device; Samsung's cheapest 5G phone yet; seeing if your phone number is involved in the Facebook data scrape; Marriott tests self check-in kiosks; a website to easily share a big file with someone else.Listeners ask about a wireless charging stand for an iPhone and Android; alternatives to the Samsung watch; thoughts on the Wyze Watch; paying for additional cloud storage; a fix for Samsung's messaging app; deleting pictures on desktop and the cloud; best phone to upgrade to after the Note 10.Links:Follow Rich!LG OS updatesBest Buy membership programApple expands Find MyGoogle's sleep trackingSamsung's cheap A32 5G phoneFacebook phone number searchMarriott kiosksWormhole file sharing website$30 Aukey charging standGoogle Messages app
Hands-on with the OnePlus 9 Pro; OnePlus Watch; tiny Bluetooth speaker; AI dashcam; versatile phone mount; Verizon introduces free unlimited cloud storage; How to spot fleeceware apps; MacBook butterfly keyboard lawsuit; Disney+ price hike; setting recovery contacts for Facebook; tiny Blockbuster stores.Listeners ask about Arlo vs Ring, if smart bulbs have spyware, getting rid of a smartphone carrier splash screen, if the MacBook Air M1 is worth it, making photos available to various non-techy family members, using a mobile hotspot in an RV.Links:Follow Rich!OnePlus 9 ProOnePlus WatchBluetooth speakerAI dashcamTenikle phone mountVerizon cloud storageFleeceware appsMacBook lawsuitDisney+ price hikeFacebook recovery contactsTiny Blockbuster kiosks
The new Google Nest Hub has a sleep tracking feature; Chrome adds live captioning for audio and video on the web; Instagram uses AI to make the app safer for teens; Most frequent cybercrime; Sandisk iXpand Luxe; Apple Maps has COVID vaccination data; the "secret" to good service at Apple stores and an electric BMW sedan.Listeners ask about wireless printer issues, Google Photos changes, battery life on an iPhone SE, recovering a forgotten iPad passcode, picking strong passwords, changes at DIRECTV and printing text messages.Follow Rich!TaskRabbitGoogle Nest HubChrome live captionsInstagram teen safetyCybercrime infoSandisk iXpand LuxeApple Maps vaccineVaccine spotter websitesGood service at Apple StoresElectric BMWForgotten iPad passcodeStrong passwordsDIRECTV changesPrinting text messages
How to opt-out of T-Mobile targeted advertising; NFT's explained; Sonos Roam; Using Siri to find cheap gas fast; Netflix cracks down on password sharing; Twitter tests support for higher quality images. Listeners offer feedback on the Apple HomePod Mini and Wyze cams and ask about the PhotoStick Mobile and InfiniKloud, sending videos on an Android phone via SMS, password manager apps, Fall Detection on the Apple Watch, Google warning about exposed passwords and facial recognition for photos.LinksFollow RichSnow in Rich's backyardOpt-out of T-Mobile targeted advertisingNFT's explainedSonos RoamSiri for cheap gasNetflix password sharingTwitter 4K photosWyze cam outdoor solar attachmentBitwarden password managerGoogle Passwords
Google ditches one popular type of user tracking; Best Buy unveils a senior safety app for the Apple Watch; details on the National Day of Unplugging; Paramount Plus is yet another streaming service; thoughts on the Chevy Bolt EUV; the first vehicle with Amazon Fire TV built-in; moving iCloud Photos to Google Photos.Listeners ask about running DOS games on an iPhone, finding the best antivirus protection software for devices, organizing files across various computers and tablets, rearranging apps on an iPhone screen, the different between various internet speeds and using an iPhone as a digital car key.Follow RichGoogle trackingBest Buy Apple Watch appNational Day of UnpluggingParamount PlusChevy Bolt EUVWagoneer Fire TViCloud Photos to Google PhotosDOS games on iPhoneBest AntivirusiPhone Digital Car KeyDownload KTLA+ to watch my TV segments on your TV!
KTLA+ App launches on Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV; T-Mobile's latest plan is truly unlimited; Netflix has a new feature that automatically downloads movies and shows you'll like; Amazon Music is now on Google and Android TV; Ring's latest doorbell gets unique new views; new Android features.Listeners ask about having both Fire Stick and Roku, getting a new Kindle Fire HD 10, best app for eliminating Robocalls and adding a backup camera to a 1975 Corvette.LinksFollow RichKTLA+ AppT-Mobile planNetflix Downloads for YouAmazon MusicRing Video Doorbell Pro 2New Android Features
Samsung S21 features come to S20 phones; Chromebook sales are up; LastPass makes its free plan less useful; Antivirus apps for iPhone and Android; Apple TV app comes to Chromecast with Google TV; Google Maps lets you pay for parking meters.Listeners ask about a computer deal that seems too good to be true, how to spot scam voicemails and emails, best website for finding cheap flights, how to save contacts and more from one phone to another and the best device to buy a kid who wants to create music.Links:Follow RichSamsung S21 features to S20Chromebook salesLastPass changesDo you need antivirus on iPhone?Apple TV app on ChromecastGoogle Maps pay for parkingSpotting scam emailsGoogle FlightsGoogle One to save data
Alexa can now answer your front door; Roku expands its free live TV offering with new channels; Visible now supports eSim; Amazon Echo Frames review; hands-free driving on the Cadillac Escalade; Disney+ has a lot of subscribers; Instagram demotes TikTok content; Google Photos gets a new video editor and the Apple watch is really popular among iPhone users.Listeners ask about a reliable faxing service, privacy issues around Alexa glasses, paying for hacking protection and free over the air radio apps for the iPhone.Follow RichIPO investment websiteAlexa answers the front doorRoku new channelsVisibleAmazon Echo FramesCadillac EscaladeDisney+Instagram TikTokGoogle Photos video editorApple Watch statsFaxing service
Apple makes it easier to unlock iPhone while wearing a mask; Jeff Bezos steps down as Amazon CEO; Apple Car inches closer to reality; an app to freeze up your webcam; security issues with inexpensive video doorbells and cameras.Listeners ask about paying for iPhone virus protection, the best way to print out photos, controlling kids' screen time and online access, if the S21 is worth buying, and the easiest way to de-dupe photos on the iPhone.Follow Rich!Apple Watch unlocks iPhoneBezos letterApple CarFreezingCam.comVideo doorbell security issuesControl kids screen timePhoto de-dupe
Apple reaches 1 billion active iPhones; smartphone sales around the world; Robinhood users upset over blocked trading; cheapest Ring video doorbell yet; Alexa's new guard features; a way to hide your real email address; Sling TV raises prices; new Apple features for HomePod Mini and Apple Watch.Listeners ask about the best wireless earbuds under $100, a good way to store 36,000 photos amassed on an iPhone, cheaper alternatives to carrier smartphone insurance, low cost or free VPN services and turning off "Hey, Google" on a smartphone.Notes:Follow Rich!Synology NAS driveApple 1 billion phonesSmartphone salesRobinhood controversyRing Video Doorbell WiredAlexa GuardFirefox Relay to hide emailSling TV hikes pricesHomePod Mini new featuresApple Watch Time to WalkLetsfit $30 wireless earbudsOnePlus $50 wireless earbudsibi photo storage deviceSquaretrade phone insuranceGoogle One VPNOpera browser VPNNordVPNTurning off Hey GoogleLeave a voicemail for the show!
Samsung Galaxy S21 review; a new app called Beeper hopes to unify messages from across various apps; Fossil makes an LTE smartwatch for Verizon customers; a report on what tweens and teens are exposed to social media apps; Edge gets a password generator feature; Netflix getting a shuffle button.Listeners ask about Amazon discontinuing its lending library feature, whether cable channels will go away, if Starry internet is legit, if an iPhone upgrade deal is too good to be true and if the Amber X personal cloud storage device is worth it.Follow Rich on InstagramSamsung Galaxy S21 reviewBeeper appFossil smartwatchBark tween/teen reportEdge password featureNetflix shuffle buttonStarry InternetSynology NASibi cloud device
First impressions of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra; big takeaways and cool gadgets from CES 2021; Google smart speakers get a guest mode; Google promises Fitbit data will remain separate; Netflix testing spatial audio support.Listeners ask about making the podcast longer, best password apps, shredding personal documents, RFID blocking wallets, where to export Facebook photos and videos, adding GPS data to photos and more.LinksFollow RichS21 hands-on: Facebook Live; InstagramCES 2021: Preview; Cool gadgets; COVID-inspired gadgetsGoogle Guest ModeFitbitNetflix spatial audioPassword apps: LastPass, 1Password, DashlaneRFID blocking: Silent PocketFacebook Data Transfer Tool
All listener questions! Listeners ask about mistakenly buying an older model laptop, alternatives to WhatsApp, how to transcribe a Zoom meeting, using an iPad as a second monitor, using a keyboard with a smartphone, whether to delete Adobe Flash from their computer, recording picture in picture videos on a smartphone, safest online payment method between credit, debit and PayPal.Follow Rich!
Rich talks about hosting CES 2021's virtual show; a review of Apple Fitnes+; Samsung promises better video and photo quality, more foldable phones in 2021; HBO Max comes to Roku; Apple TV+ comes to Chromecast with Google TV; Malicious Chrome extensions; Apple Privacy labels; Google Pay $21 signup bonus.Listeners ask about a program to update their address book, a replacement for Google Play Music Manager, how much RAM to get on a new MacBook laptop, whether to buy an unlocked phone; canceling cable for YouTube TV and getting holiday backgrounds on Zoom on iPhone.LinksFollow RichCES 2021Apple Fitness+Samsung 2021 previewHBO Max on RokuApple TV+ on ChromecastMalicious Chrome extensionsGoogle Pay sign up bonusSunshine Contacts appPlex music managerHoliday Zoom backgroundsRich's Favorite Things
Apple unveils $549 AirPods Max headphones; California gets on board with Apple and Google's COVID tracing system; Disney+ raising its price; Apple Music comes to Google smart speakers and displays; Google Photos plays nicer with Apple Photos; Google Assistant routines come to the home screen.Listeners ask about stronger two-factor authentication with YubiKey, a smartwatch to pair with a Samsung phone, a better podcast app than the one built into iPhone, an Android version of SanDisk iXpand drive, recovering a photo from a formatted SD card, opting out of Amazon's sidewalk network and why speed tests vary so much.Show page to leave a voice message: Rich: MaxTurn on CA COVID notificationsiPhone / AndroidDisney+ price hikeApple Music on Google speakersGoogle Photos and Apple PhotosGoogle Assistant routine shortcutsYubiKeyPocket Casts AppSanDisk iXpand for AndroidPhoto recovery softwareAmazon Sidewalk opt outRich's Favorite Things
Amazon Sidewalk will turn on by default on Echo and Ring devices; Wyze $20 smartwatch; Warner Bros. streams same day as theater releases; Verizon offers unlimited cloud storage; Fire TV Cube gets video calling support; Google Play music goes away for reals.Listeners ask about the Microsoft Edge web browser, how to get rid of the U2 album in Apple Music, stopping spam text messages, best tablet for a senior that's not Apple and Sonos versus HomePods.Follow Rich: Pro 6 app Mailbox sensor Sidewalk out instructions smartwatch Bros movie plan cloud storage TV Cube Play Music Edge spam's Favorite Things
A special holiday shopping edition of the show packed with your questions! Rich explores the best sites to find holiday shopping deals.Listeners ask about The Photo Stick, if it's complicated to test out new technology, exercise bike recommendations, whether a high end Roomba is worth it, Shazam in iOS Control Center, if there's a catch to the GetUpside app, which video game console to get, a photo scanner that gets the front and back of prints, switching to Visible, iPhone settlement refunds, if Total AV is worth the price tag, photo printer recommendations and whether to buy Apple products now or wait for better prices.LinksFollow Rich sites iXpand photo stickExercise bike app Scanner printers
Google Photos makes a big change when it comes to free storage; Survey says Amazon is nearly always the cheapest; Chrome gets faster; HBO Max hits Fire TV; Twitter introduces Fleets; Google Pay gets more Venmo-ey; Fitbits get Google Assistant and Bluetooth calls; Amazon opens a Pharmacy and Peanuts will be on TV, afterall.Listeners ask about an Android app for Caller ID, bypassing cell phone activation fees, random content on Instagram, swapping out an Intel MacBook Air for a new M1 MacBook Air, uncoupling an iPad and iPhone, complaints about the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and whether to buy a Nest video doorbell.Follow Rich: Photos changes pricing survey gets faster Max on Fire TV Fleets Pay revamp new features Pharmacy on TV Caller ID App feature's Favorite Things
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