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Attending Samsung's event in South Korea

Attending Samsung's event in South Korea

030 Rich on Tech Radio Show - July 29, 2023

Rich recapped his trip to Seoul, South Korea, including Galaxy Unpacked, the giant underground mall, 3D billboard and getting his passport locked up.

Sean from St. Charles, Illinois has a laptop running Windows 7 and is wondering if he should get a new one. Antivirus software is bugging him. Rich recommends seeing top rated anti-virus software at

Interview with Drew Blackard, Vice President of Mobile Product Management @ Samsung Electronics America.

Twitter is now X.

Carlene in High Desert wants to know if her Note 9 battery health is ok. Rich recommends downloading the Samsung Members app, tapping Support, then Phone Diagnostics and Battery status to check. On iOS go to Settings > Battery > Battery Health & Charging.

Samsung unveiled the Flip 5 and Fold 5. Big changes: they both close shut without a gap and have a more durable hinge with fewer moving parts. Flip 5 gets a bigger outside screen.

Jack in Goldendale, WA wants to know why videos are reversed when he’s watching YouTube. There is a setting in iOS to “Mirror Front Camera.” Turn it off to make selfies have text the correct way. On Samsung, open Camera, Settings, Save Selfies as previewed. Turn off to have selfie photos and videos with text that isn’t reversed.

An app called Papaya lets you pay any bill in seconds just by taking a picture of it.

Jamie Rivera of Pocketnow talks about new Samsung foldable phones.

Gloria in Pacoima wants to know if her Sony Xperia 1V is legit because it didn’t come with a USB cable or manual in the box. Yes, it’s just that companies are saving money by putting less in the box and trying to be more sustainable with packaging and inserts.

Kiera in Indiana asks if the Samsung S23 Ultra is good for gaming. It has an improved vapor chamber cooling system.

Rich reviews Sony’s new WF-1000XM5 earbuds. Rich likes them but also likes these $40 earbuds, too.

Rich reviews the OneWorld travel adapter that outputs up to 100 watts and can charge a laptop and a tablet at the same time, plus other devices.

Dokk in Minnesota asks how to backup his Windows computer.

A caller from Colorado asks why her phone heats up when charging. Rich recommends upgrading to a GaN charger, which runs cooler.

The official ChatGPT app is now available for Android. You can download for iOS, too. Beware of imitations.

Spotify is raising prices for the first time since they launched.

Rich takes you to a Kode with Klossy Demo Day.

Android will now warn you about unknown trackers. You can also manually search for them by going into Android Settings > Safety & Emergency > Unknown tracker alerts > Scan Now. via TechCrunch, keep in mind this is rolling out so your phone might not have this just yet.

Marla is worried about having all her recipes in Evernote. Rich recommends an app called Recipe Keeper.

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