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MobileViews Podcast 270: Touch friendly Microsoft Office for Windows 10 put on hold

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on September 30th, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by Sven Johannsen to discuss MacOS Mojave, more iPhone XS notch discussions, and Microsoft's apparently suspension of further development of a touch friendly Microsoft Office for Windows 10.




MobileViews Podcast 269: New Amazon Echo products announcements & iPhone Xs first impressions

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on September 23rd, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss the large number of new Amazon Echo products and Todd's first impressions of the iPhone Xs.




MobileViews Podcast 268: iPhone Xs, Watch 4, & DC Universe

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on September 16th, 2018

Todd Ogasawara describes the new DC Universe streaming video and digital comic book service. Then, he and Jon Westfall discuss the iPhone 10s and Apple Watch 4 September 12 announcements.




MobileViews Podcast 267: Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on September 9th, 2018

Todd Ogasawara & Jon Westfall discuss: Speculation-free upcoming events, new Skype recording feature, Windows 7 support fee coming in January 2020, QNAP NAS service scheduling, Anchor Free funding news and 2009 podcast with its CEO, and Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant.




MobileViews Podcast 266: Post-Windows world & more hurricane prep discussion

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on September 2nd, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by guest panelist Ricky Li for this podcast. They discuss the DC Universe launch date, the ars technica post-Windows world artcile, Microsoft adding Office 365 licensing benefits, bypassing IOS auto-lock tip, a rumored Pixel watch, and Ricky's pre-hurricane tech prep.




MobileViews Podcast 265: Post Hurricane Lane

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on August 26th, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss tech aspects of dealing with a possible natural disaster, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ with Power Over Ethernet (POE), and ZipGrade (scanning and grading tests in class).




MobileViews Podcast 264: Back to school tech tips

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on August 12th, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall focus on back to school tech tips in this podcast. They also wish the IBM PC a happy birthday (37), Todd rants about the latest Skype update (really a "downgrade"), and references the discussion in ComicsViews Podcast 100 about the fragmentation of stream video services for watching super hero movies and TV shows.




MobileViews Podcast 263: Fire HD 8 thoughts; Apple Watch keeps ticking

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on August 5th, 2018

Todd Ogasawra and Jon Westfall take a topic detour to discuss the new Star Trek series starring Patrick Stuart (Capt. Picard). They also discuss a bit of tech: The $50 Amazon Fire HD 8 Tablet with Alexa, 8" HD Display, 16 GB, Black - with Special Offers; Map Of Wireless Passwords From Airports And Lounges Around The World; 219 issues of BYTE magazine available for free; Jon's car adventures and the tough Apple Watch.




MobileViews Podcast 262 - Skype Rants

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on July 22nd, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss: Microsoft's Skype 8.0 and beyond upgrades/downgrades, iOS vs. Android app stats, streaming media apps tops the gross revenue charts, Amazon Part Finder app, animated watch faces for Apple Watch, and Jon's adventures with Microsoft PowerApps.




MobileViews Podcast 261: Microsoft Surface Go where? w/guest Don Sorcinelli

Posted in podcast, MobileViews by mobiletoday on July 15th, 2018

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by guest panelist Don Sorcinelli in this podcast. They discussed: Possible Mac mini refresh after 3.5 years of waiting, Google’s Phone app can now prevent some spam calls from interrupting you, the new Microsoft Surface Go starting at $399, and what old phone features not available in current generation phones that we miss the most.





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