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Into Tomorrow covers the best of consumer technology news from the companies, gadgets, apps, and games you love.



What do we love? We cover car technologies, computers, tech fashion, gadgets, gaming, home tech, kids tech, lifehack tech, mobile news, smartphones, personal tech, digital photography, product reviews, and even the most interesting moments in tech history. From Windows to Apple and Facebook to Twitter we're obsessed with consumer tech news that matters.

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Into Tomorrow covers the best of consumer technology news from the companies, gadgets, apps, and games you love.



What do we love? We cover car technologies, computers, tech fashion, gadgets, gaming, home tech, kids tech, lifehack tech, mobile news, smartphones, personal tech, digital photography, product reviews, and even the most interesting moments in tech history. From Windows to Apple and Facebook to Twitter we're obsessed with consumer tech news that matters.

    Weekend of May 17, 2024

    Weekend of May 17, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and Chris discuss Tesla firing even more people, new theft protection for Android, Meta discontinuing their workplace collaboration app, Apple and Google collaborating on tracker detection, and more.

















    Our guest this show: Phaedra Boinodiris, Global Leader for Trustworthy Ai at IBM Consulting.

















    Cameron in Hattiesburg, Mississippi asked: "I was wondering what you would recommend for the best wireless charger device."







    Cameron, the best charger will depend on what phone you have.







    A small consideration will be MagSafe if you have an iPhone. MagSafe chargers can hold the iPhone in place, which means that youll find some chargers that will put the phone at eye level, or hold it tighter but allow you to reposition the phone.







    Its not a huge advantage, its just an option. If youre interested in MagSafe (and your phone is an iPhone 12 or newer), then you can obviously look at Apples own chargers, but there are also plenty of other options. For example, Anker sells a 2 in one charger for an iPhone and an Apple Watch for about $40.







    The main thing that will determine which charger is best for you is the power of the charger and the power that your phone can take advantage of. For example, if your phone can use it, a 20w charger will charge your phone faster than a 10w charger.







    The difference in prices based on wattage will be less than the difference based on brands. For example, a 10w Belkin charger is going for around $35 right now, as are Apples own MagSafe chargers online, while a generic two-pack from YooTech is selling for $25, and a generic 20w charger is selling for $14.







    The technology behind all of the chargers is standard, so you can go with a cheaper option and it will work, but it may not deliver the power its supposed to deliver or it may not come with a power adapter, or may come with one rated for less power, so paying a little extra for a brand name may actually help you out in this case.





















    When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … you could win prizes.

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    Scosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devices

    Targus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right hands

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    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 51 min
    Weekend of May 10, 2024

    Weekend of May 10, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and Chris discuss Apple's iPad event in which they unveiled new iPad Air and Pro Models including a redesigned 13-inch iPad Pro with a new M4 chip and an OLED display. Dave and Chris also talked about new NHTSA requirement for automated breaks in cars, and about the growth of pause ads in streaming platforms, and more.















    Joe in Hazleton, Pennsylvania asked: "I'd like to copy just part of an e-mail into a folder. How can I do that. And the other question is... Is it possible to totally delete yourself from the Internet as if you've never been there, and go back to an analog world? I don't think you can. It's just a curiosity question. Should promote some interesting conversation."







    Joe, when it comes to storing just part of the email, the only real option you have is to paste the part you want into a different document and save that document in the folder. Theres no out of the box option to save a part of an email.







    macOS does allow you to drag a partial clipping to a folder, which is useful when you want to save something partial to copy and paste later, but it wouldnt be a great choice for long term storage either.







    When it comes to being off the internet, no realistically you cant remove yourself from the internet. Not only is it unavoidable in day to day life these days, but you will also be added to the internet by others, whether it be by people on social media, or by the governments voter registration records, or real estate records, or by private companies that will try to sell your profile to others for sales purposes, or in a thousand other ways.







    Theres not a lot you can do in the modern world to get away from it, you can just minimize how much it intrudes into your life.





















    When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … you could win prizes.

    Matias: USB-C Keyboards for your Mac in Silver and Space Gray

    Scosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devices

    Targus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right hands

    Heat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite Healers

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    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 49 min
    Weekend of May 3, 2024

    Weekend of May 3, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and Chris discuss SiriusXM's dwindling subscriber count, video game platfoorms and music, phone carriers illegally sharing data, the Therminator, and more.

















    Our guest this show: Tom Liberatore, Director of the Office of Enforcement and Compliance at U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

















    Tim in Greenville, South Carolina called in with a tip to help other listeners







    Tim said: "I just wanted to remind your listeners that whenever you're changing a cell phone, like you're getting a new cell phone, if you have your old cell phone and you want to just easily transfer everything over. I don't know how it works with Apple, but with Android, if you go from Android to Android, you could just put the charger, put a C to C charger if you have a C, a usb-C on both phones, take a C charger and plug it in as you're setting up the new phone, and it'll automatically transfer everything. you'll still have to sign into your Google account. I think, but that's easy enough. And then that'll transfer even more stuff. And it'll be very, very simple with a very simple process. But just remember on your old phone, remember to sign out of all your Google stuff before you do a factory data reset. So that way Google doesn't still look for that device on your accounts list. Even though it's factory reset, it would still look for it unless you actually sign out of your Google. But make sure that you sign in on your new phone before you sign out on your old phone. Anyway. Great show. Thanks."







    Thank you, Tim!





















    When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … you could win prizes.

    Matias: USB-C Keyboards for your Mac in Silver and Space Gray

    Scosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devices

    Targus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right hands

    Heat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite Healers

    All CALLERS -- Calling 1-800-899-INTO(4686)  -- automatically qualify to win prizes.

     

    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 52 min
    Weekend of April 26, 2024

    Weekend of April 26, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and Chris discuss the Cybertruck recall, Google's Ai photo tools free use extension, Ai and iOS 18, YouTube and connected TVs, Walmart's self-driving forklifts, No Space, and more.

















    Our guest this show: Nataraj Nagaratnam, IBM Fellow & CTO for Cloud Security at IBM.

















    Steve in Kenosha, Wisconsin asked: "I live in a small apartment, about 1000 square feet. Do I really need a mesh router? I want one, but do I need one? I know you guys have talked about that they can cancel each other out if you have too many. How many is "too many"? I have two right now but I was thinking of getting a third and putting it in the living room. I'm not really having an issue with dropout or anything so I'm not sure I really need it."







    Steve, if youre not having any connection issues then, no not really. Youll just be spending money for no reason.







    The point of mesh networks is to create a larger area of wireless coverage. You dont get a signal in a bedroom, so you add a device to repeat the signal and extend it into the bedroom.







    If you already have good coverage everywhere theres no benefit to adding more nodes.







    This is one of those if you need it you already know it situations. If you have no issues using your devices anywhere then youre all set, adding more wont benefit you in any way and they are not cheap devices.







    Youd be better off saving the money or treating yourself to something else youd like instead, a single mesh router will buy a whole lot of gallons of ice cream!





















    When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … you could win prizes.

    Matias: USB-C Keyboards for your Mac in Silver and Space Gray

    Scosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devices

    Targus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right hands

    Heat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite Healers

    All CALLERS -- Calling 1-800-899-INTO(4686)  -- automatically qualify to win prizes.

     

    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 51 min
    Weekend of April 19, 2024

    Weekend of April 19, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and Chris discuss TikTok paying users, password-sharing crackdown and cancellations at streaming services, the American Privacy Right Act, Honda's newest feature for visually-impaired passengers , and more.

















    Our guest this show: Ginny Fahs, Product R&D, Innovation Lab - Consumer Reports

















    Ray in Niagara Falls, New York asked: "I'm trying to figure out a way I can hook an external speaker up to my TV for late night listening so I don't crank up the volume and disturb anyone else. Looking to find an external speaker, preferably wireless, that I can put closer to where I'm sitting so I can hear the TV without cranking up the volume. Just can't come up with anything. hopefully you guys can figure it out for me."







    Ray, your options will depend on your TV, so its hard to give you a definite solution.







    For example, if your TV has built-in Bluetooth, then your best bet is probably just a regular Bluetooth speaker, or better yet, maybe Bluetooth earbuds or headphones to keep the sound truly isolated to just your own ears.







    If your TV doesnt have built-in Bluetooth, you can look at wireless audio systems that plug into an aux port and beam the signal to a receiver using other radio waves. A company called Sereonic sells a set that they market specifically to people that want to watch TV without disturbing others, but there are many and theyre all more or less the same.







    A good thing to keep in mind is that your TV may not be the only device involve here, if you use a streaming box like a Roku, or an Apple TV, they may be able to beat their own sound to your speakers via Bluetooth.







    The same is true of other devices as well, so if your television is not the only device involved in your TV watching, theyre may be other options for you.







    The other option youll likely have is wired audio, in that case youd just be looking at running a cord to your speaker. Thats way enough, but ya obviously not as convenient as the wireless options, if those are available to you.





















    When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … you could win prizes.

    Matias: USB-C Keyboards for your Mac in Silver and Space Gray

    Scosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devices

    Targus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right hands

    Heat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite Healers

    All CALLERS -- Calling 1-800-899-INTO(4686)  -- automatically qualify to win prizes.

     

    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 52 min
    Weekend of April 12, 2024

    Weekend of April 12, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and Chris discuss collaborating on Instagram videos, social media use, Target’s subscription service, Tesla’s taxi, layoffs at BestBuy, and more.

















    Our guest this show: Ryan McMahon, Senior Vice President of Strategy & Corporate Development at Cambridge Mobile Telematics and Robert Passmore, Department VP, Personal Lines at American Property Casualty Insurance Association

















    Don in LaBelle, Florida asked: When I make a Live YouTube Short or live broadcast using my iPhone 7, it has a hissing sound along with my voice, but when I plug in a microphone into my iPhone it works perfectly. I can make regular videos and it works perfectly but when I make a live YouTube Short or live broadcast, the hissing sound is in the video. How can I get rid of that?







    Don, In iOS 14, Apple added a feature to their voice recorder that allowed the user to automatically enhance the audio quality in part by removing hisses and other background noises.







    Its possible that after several more iOS releases a version of that cleanup now just works in the background. By default Apples voice memos are stored compressed, with an option to store them in a lossless format, so we know theres some post processing being done.







    That is to say, that what youre hearing in your voice memos may be a cleaned up version that Apple improved and there may still be a hardware issue at play here.







    Unfortunately, if that is the case the solution is to either replace the port, the cables, or the microphone.







    It may help you to test with another live streaming app or even just a phone call with the microphone plugged in to confirm, but your livestream may be showing you the imperfections that Apples recorder is smart enough to edit away.







    The other option that you may have is to use the other audio input your iPhone 7 offers. You say that this happens when you plug in a microphone, a bluetooth microphone may get you around the issue if it is hardware related.





















    When you participate on the show – anytime 24/7 – and we HEAR you with any consumer tech question, comment, help for another listener, tech rage or just share your favorite App these days … you could win prizes.

    Matias: USB-C Keyboards for your Mac in Silver and Space Gray

    Scosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devices

    Targus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right hands

    Heat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite Healers

    All CALLERS -- using the AUDIO option on our Free App or 1-800-899-INTO(4686)  - automatically qualify to win prizes.



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