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MobileViews Podcast 317: Todd gets NoteShelf tech support from Jon!

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on February 10th, 2020

Todd Ogasawara gets tech support from Jon Westfall to help understand how to use NoteShelf on an iPhone and iPad. They also discuss the Coronavirus on the tech industry, Google Maps turning 15,Siri Shortcuts for Google Apps, and Jon's tease of a super-secret project - he asks about using tech for purposes other than intended.




MobileViews Podcast 316: Most influential/favoriate iPads apps over the past decade

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on February 3rd, 2020

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss (a) the most influential/important iPad apps in the past decade and their personal favorites.




MobileViews Podcast 315:

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 27th, 2020

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss: revisit USB-C charging; Experimental Google Android apps, Office 365 Network testing tool; 3 EA Tetris mobile games retiring; Moleskine Journey & journaling apps; financial management apps.




MobileViews Podcast 314: Guest panelists Frank McPherson & Chris Spera

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 20th, 2020

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by guest panelists Frank McPherson and Chris Spera who discuss the end of Windows 7, foldable displays, the possibility of USB-C and Lightning cables disappearing, Chuwi MiniBook Mobile Workstation, and why Todd should use Microsoft OneNote.




MobileViews Podcast 313: CES 2020

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 12th, 2020

Todd Ogasawara & Jon Westfall discuss a few items announced at CES 2020 that interested them. Jon also has a mini-rant about Microsoft Flow.




MobileViews Podcast 312: Welcome 2020. Best of 2019 with guests Sven Johannsen and Don Sorcinelli

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 5th, 2020

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by special guests Sven Johannsen and Don Sorcinelli. They discuss their favorite tech from 2019 and what they're looking forward to in 2020.




MobileViews Podcast 311: Last 2019 podcast, ELECROW Raspberry Pi kit?

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on December 16th, 2019

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall's last 2019 podcast includes discussions of:

Free Google Home Mini for Google Fi subscribers, Procreate 5.0 update released, Nukemap migrated from Google Maps to MapBox, Apple Podcasts now available on Echo devices, Jon's continuing adventures with the Raspberry Pi 4 - Smart Fan Mod progress, Jon's mini-rant: Why can't mobile gadgets provide more prescriptive and predictive personal health information, more thoughts on MacOS Catalina Sidecar with an iPad Pro, and the amazing looking ELECROW Raspberry Pi 4 kit.




MobileViews Podcast 310: Pixel 4 apps available for 2,3,3a; Spectre Camera app of the year

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on December 9th, 2019

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss: Pixel 4 camera app features now available for 2,3,3a; Apple's apps and games of the year (2019), Apple Card installment payments for iPhone purchases, Jon's mini-rant about Fitbit tech support, Jon's 1998Franklin European Translator still running, and Amazon Echo Show.




MobileViews Podcast 309: Fun with USB-C charging

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on December 1st, 2019

In this podcast Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss: A Samsung Chromebook that won't charge on 3rd party 60W USB-C PD charger, Apple's 3 month News+ offer, Outlook.com is now a PWA, Google Earth for web stories, and Jon's continuing Raspberry Pi 4 adventure.




MobileViews Podcast 308: Raspberry Pi as an iPad accessory; MacBook Pro thoughts, and more

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on November 24th, 2019

Note: This is the first podcast we've recorded on a Mac running MacOS Catalina. This means it is the first podcast published without volume leveling from Levelator which doesn't run under Catalina. So, if it sounds little different, this is probably the reason.

In this podcast, Jon Westfall and I discuss:

- Macbook Pro and MacOS Catalina

- Raspberry Pi as your Favorite iPad Pro accessory

- Cordless drill power pack is also a battery pack

- More Airpod Pro comments

- Survey of employer tech skills interests





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