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Apple Vision Pro Goes on Sale & Protecting Your Online Privacy

Apple Vision Pro Goes on Sale & Protecting Your Online Privacy

Rich discusses the launch of the Apple Vision Pro.

Fred emailed to ask about the best TV’s to buy if you’re upgrading for the Super Bowl.

Spencer in Charlotte, NC shared some recommendations on how to enjoy the upcoming solar eclipse and protect your eyes.

Scott Stein of CNET will join to talk about his experience using Apple Vision Pro.

Sean in Palmdale bought a smart light system and it won’t work with eero.

Amazon and iRobot agree to terminate their $1.7 acquisition deal.

Social media executives were grilled by senators once again over child safety online.

Matt Swider of the talks about bringing the Apple Vision Pro on a plane.

Hulu is the latest to crackdown on password sharing.

Paul in Fallbrook, CA is wondering why his recents calls and voicemails are showing up on his wife’s iPhone.

Paul in Columbus, Ohio wants to know why Costco TV’s have different model numbers than other retailers.

Robert wants to know how to connect ethernet devices to his T-Mobile wireless internet. Rich recommends a network switch.

Sarah in Ventura is having trouble logging into a Zoom meeting.

Amazon has a new AI shopping assistant called Rufus.

Lisa Plaggemier, Executive Director at the National Cybersecurity Alliance, will join to talk about simple ways consumers can protect their privacy and data online.

Walt in Oxnard is trying to get in touch with Peacock to update his credit card number. Rich says to use the official help pages and chat bot. Many online services don’t have a phone number and if you search online for one you might be led into the hands of scam artists.

Frank in Denver is wondering if his wife’s iPhone was hacked becuase her contact photo changed. Rich thinks it’s the new Contact Posters feature in iOS 17.

A wild game called Palworld is super popular right now. It’s kind of a twisted version of Pokemon.

Snap is recalling all of it’s Pixy drones because the battery can catch fire.

Mickey in Camarillo wants to know if DuckDuckGo is a good way to keep your browsing private online.

The Together by Renee app helps you manage your medicines, get vital signs with a selfie and can now analyze your voice for signs of anxiety and depression. iOS available now, Android on February 5.

Robin Gelburd, President of FAIR Health will join to explain their new online tool that can help you figure out how much a medical procedure should cost by using a map of the body.

Rich mentioned an app to help you pay medical bills called Papaya Pay.

Yelp will now use AI to summarize reviews and what’s notable about businesses and restaurants.

TikTok has removed all Universal Music from it’s platform after a licensing deal ended.

Fossil is getting out of the smartwatch business, but will continue to support existing devices for a few years.

Ford will give away free Tesla charging adapters so users can charge their Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning EV’s on Tesla’s charging network.

Tesla’s latest “recall” is actually another software update.

Google Bard can now generate AI images for free.

Philo is now available on VIZIO smart TV’s.

Cool new iOS App: Arc Search by the Browser Company. Rich mentioned he also likes Perplexity AI a lot for it’s unique search results that are more like a little summary on a topic instead of links.

57 - February 3, 2024

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