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MobileViews Podcast 405:Mosquitos forecasts; Android 12 for tablets?

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on May 8th, 2022

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss:

  • KDE's Okular multi-platform Open Source file viewer
  • Google Security myth busting and spring cleaning
  • Google/Off Mosquito forecasts - except for AK & HI
  • Where is Android 12 for tablets?
  • Security paranoia vs. practicality



MobileViews Podcast 404: Error-not found; Jon’s Populele; Apple self-repair; Google I/O program; & more

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on May 1st, 2022

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss:

  • Upcoming Google I/O program
  • Google Noto Emoji
  • Apple self-repair program details
  • GnuCash
  • Humanity.Health - tells you your "actual age"
  • Populele 2 - Ukulele for learning



MobileViews Podcast 403: Paper or Digital?

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on April 24th, 2022

In this podcast Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss:

  • Jon's revived Battling Pickle Podcast (mostly for his university students)
  • The Cyclemeter cycling app for Jon's new RadExpand e-bike
  • Apple removing functional app that have not being updated recently
  • Tech History: Eliza Scriptwriter's Manual
  • Paper or digital memories?



MobileViews Podcast 402: Jon’s new mobile tech - RadExpand 5 Electric Bike

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on April 17th, 2022

In this podcast, Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss:

  • The joy of USB-C PD (power distribution) when on the move as well as in the home/office
  • Upcoming Google/Fitbit feaure for AFib detection
  • Google Fi unlimited plans - slightly misleading. But, still a good deal
  • Jon's new mobile tech: RadExpand 5 Electric Bike & accessories
  • Version control for more than code?



MobileViews Podcast 401

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on April 10th, 2022

In this podcast Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss supporting app developers, iFixit/Google and Apple(?) self-service repair, more Apple Shortcuts, Replika AI "friend"




MobileViews Podcast 399: Looking back at the Boston Pocket PC Users Group with Jack Cook, Steven Hughes & Don Sorcinelli

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on March 27th, 2022

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by Jack Cook, Steven Hughes, and Don Sorcinelli to look back at the Boston Pocket PC Users Group. They also discuss recent "best" hardware, software/services, and tech accessories. Todd has a mini-rant about the 2015 Dell Inspiron 15 5500 notebook that he just tried to revive by running Windows 10's system refresh on (which took 5 hours to reinstall and update).




MobileViews Podcast 398

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on March 20th, 2022

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss:

  • Google Maps lost its sense of direction
  • Didn't know this gadget category existed:The best headphones for sleeping in 2022
  • Jon's take on the new Apple Studio Display
  • Data Jar app. Shortcuts utility



MobileViews Podcast 391: Guest Don Sorcinelli - looking back and forward

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 30th, 2022

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by frequent guest panelist Don Sorcinelli. They discuss Google's slight backpedaling on the demise of free legacy G Suite, iCloud Custom Email Domains, USB-C charging for power tools, Don's take on enterprise IT over the past 20 years and where it is today.




MobileViews Podcast 390: Goodbye to (parts of) Outlook.com Premium, free G Suite, & Google Voice

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 23rd, 2022

Todd Ogasawara an Jon Westfall discuss the demise of valued aspects of some long running services: Microsoft Outlook.com Premium custom domain feature, free Google G Suite, and Google Voice.




MobileViews Podcast 389: Monet & more plus Coconut the Cat

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on January 16th, 2022

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined (briefly) by Coconut the Cat in this podcast. They discuss: The last Macbook Pro with a DVD drive; rumors of a foldable Google Pixel phone; creating bootable USB thumb drives using Ventoy; Windows Task Manager's creator revealing useful tips; 19th century technology that enabled the impressionist art movement; Vermeer, Microsoft Frontpage and the survival of its VTI extension.





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