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Checking for Personal Data on the Dark Web & Managing iCloud Storage

Checking for Personal Data on the Dark Web & Managing iCloud Storage

Rich talks about helping out a colleague get his computer back up and running. It took longer than he expected and Disk Drill was a savior.

Cam in Los Angeles wants to know about how to find their information on the Dark Web. Rich mentioned Hayley Kaplan for investigations, but also mentioned tools including Google’s Results About You, Google One Dark Web Monitoring and Mozilla Monitor, which he’s tried. Other resources include, Experian and Norton.

People are already returning the Apple Vision Pro and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the $500 Meta Quest 3 is better for most people.

Steven in Bakersfield wants to know the best ways to stay connected on an upcoming International pilgrimage. Rich mentioned Airalo.

OpenAI unveiled Sora, a new text-to-video generator that uses AI and early clips look pretty incredible.

Mark in San Diego is having trouble accessing his Outlook account after doing an update. Rich says to reset the program and also check to be sure you have enough storage in your account.

Google Photos has a new feature called Photo Stacks.

Victor in Santa Barbara wants to know if the Outlook app, which is replacing Mail in Windows, will support Earthlink email.

There’s new malware for the iPhone called GoldPickaxe.

Android has added features called Android Safe Browsing and Live Threat Protection to help keep you safe from malware and phishing links. Here’s how to turn them on.

Samsung says they will put out a software update in late February to address screen and camera issues on the Samsung S24 series.

Mark in Woodland Hills can’t get a Firefox shortcut to delete from his Windows desktop.

Bob O'Donnell, the president, founder and chief analyst at TECHnalysis Research will explain what AI PCs are all about.

Johnny in Hacienda Heights is wondering if he should leave 1Password for Apple Password Manager. Rich mentioned free third-party alternatives including Bitwarden and Google Password Manager.

Verizon is making auto-pay customers use checking accounts or their own Visa card to get the $10 monthly discount. No more debit cards.

Google has a new feature that will call you when a customer service rep is available to talk for major companies like airlines and insurance.

Michelle in Mission Viejo wants to know how to listen to her audiobooks on CD in the car that doesn’t have a CD player. Rich says to try the top-rated Bluetooth CD player on Amazon and if that doesn’t work, consider ripping the CD to MP3 files and transferring them to her phone.

Vudu is becoming Fandango at Home.

Roku hit a milestone of over 80 million active users.

Super Bowl LVII sets a new viewership record.

Amazon quietly removed support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos from Prime Video if you don’t pay $3 extra a month.

Tesla dominated US EV registrations in 2023, but Rivian and Hyundai are also growing

Advisorator Columnist Jared Newman will talk about what to do if you’re out of iCloud storage. Don’t forget to check out his Big List of Streaming Deals.

59 - February 17, 2024

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