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Faster Wi-Fi on Planes & What to Do When Your Personal Info Is Leaked

Faster Wi-Fi on Planes & What to Do When Your Personal Info Is Leaked

Originally aired April 27, 2024. Episode 69.

Rich talked about his experience using high-speed Starlink internet on Hawaiian Airlines.

Perry in Glendale needs help with his Outlook. Rich says to check the Spectrum settings here.

Ryan Ozawa, Native Hawaiian tech journalist and publisher of the Hawaii Bulletin, will talk about the startup scene in Hawaii.

Some Apple users were unexpectedly logged out of their accounts, forcing them to reset their passwords to get back in.

Rosemary in Fontana has an issue with her Fire TV stick remote.

President Biden signed a law that forces TikTok to be sold to a U.S. company or face a ban.

Jose in Santa Clara wants to know if he should update his router firmware.

The rumor mill says Samsung’s next Unpacked event will be held in Paris on July 10, 2024.

JR Raphael, tech writer and author of the Android Intelligence newsletter. JR recommended the BuzzKill app for managing Android notifications.

Apple’s next event is set for May 7. The invitation says Let Loose, and it’s expected to focus on new iPads.

Verizon is hiking the price of smartwatch plans by $5 a month starting June 3, 2024.

Rick in San Diego is curious about the security of the permissions apps ask for on your phone.

Diana in Covina asks about password manager recommendations. Rich mentioned iCloud Keychain, Google Password Manager, Bitwarden, Dashlane and 1Password.

The YouTube App is taking over Apple’s TV’s default slideshow; here’s how to fix that.

Have you seen the keyboard memes going around on Twitter?

Troy Hunt, creator of, will discuss what to do when your personal information is exposed in a data breach.

Rabbit R1 reviews are in and they’re slightly better than the Humane AI Pin.

BBB says to be aware of a new text message scam that asks you to pay for a toll road.

The FTC is sending Ring settlement payments to people via PayPal.

LocalSend is an easy way to exchange files over your network and supports various platforms. SnapDrop is a web-based alternative.

Noel in Escondido mentioned some of his favorite flight apps, including FlightRadar24, RadarBox, FlightAware, and Flighty.

Rich on Tech
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