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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 July 1, 2022 – Hour 1

    Weekend of July 1, 2022 – Hour 1

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and the team discuss your ghosts in Alexa, Apple and AR, a data leak in Japan, voice assistant usage, and more.

















    Our guest this hour:

    Nicole Ogloza, Founder & CEO of Etha

















    Sam in Wilmington, Delaware listens on WDEL and asked: "About 8 or 9 months ago, you had a website that helps seniors like me, at 77, understand how to use the Internet. Can you please let me know what that website was?"







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    Well, Sam, you might be thinking of GetSetUp. We had their Co-founder on the show back in December of 2020. They tout it as The largest digital community for older adults to learn, share and socialize. They have a community of instructors that hold live and on-demand classes on, not just computers, but just about every topic you could think of.







    They have two levels of subscription available. Theres a free tier which has access to all the free classes. Their site doesnt make it clear how many fall under the free column, or theres a $20 per month plan that they say gives you access to over 500 classes each week and unlimited access to their premium streaming library.







    You can find them at GetSetUp.io, or you can come by our site at IntoTomorrow.com and well not only have a link to their site, but well also link to the interview we did back in 2020, so you can learn more.







    I think hes talking about GetSetUp: https://intotomorrow.com/social-learning-for-older-adults-from-getsetup





















    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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    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 43 min
    Weekend of July 1, 2022 – Hour 2

    Weekend of July 1, 2022 – Hour 2

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and the team discuss trouble with Toyota's BZ 4X, Netflix and advertising, NASA wanting its property back, wireless EV charging, AI and the Holocaust, Instagram and age verification, and more.

















    Our guest this hour:

    Fahad Qureshi, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Infāque

















    Terry in Carthage, Missouri listens to the podcast and is calling in using the free App and asked: "Got a problem with my Alexas. I've got three of them in my house and I can't seem to get them to work on the same commands. I'll tell it to turn a light off. One will say it can, and the other two will say it doesn't know the function. I go to the other room, and same thing. They'll all answer, but only one will do the function. So I need some help to get them all working together."







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    Terry, are all of your Echo speakers set up using the same account?







    Echo speakers are built to work together. In theory when you set a second one up after having a first one running, as long as they are set up using the same account some settings will transfer.







    Being connected to the same main account should ensure that Alexa skills, music settings, and smart devices all transfer to the newer one.







    What wont transfer is bluetooth profiles, but that shouldnt keep them from being able to answer you if you talk to them directly.







    Since Skills dont seem to have transferred, you might want to first make sure all 3 of your speakers are updated to the latest version, then reset the ones that are not responding to your skills to factory settings and pair them again making sure that you use the same account used when you set up your original one.







    According to Amazon everything should transfer if you do that. Good luck!





















    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.

    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway:



    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway: Call anytime, 24/7 – 800-899-INTO (4686), click the Ask Dave button on the website, or use the “Message to Studio” option on the FREE Into Tomorrow App!



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



    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 43 min
    Weekend of July 1, 2022 – Hour 3

    Weekend of July 1, 2022 – Hour 3

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and the team discuss NBA All Worlds, Twitter popularity, Prime Day losing clout, MWC's future, skipping the line at airports, and more.

















    Our guest this hour:

    Jonathan Ushindi, Founder - focusCove

















    Sam in Wilmington, Delaware listens on WDEL and asked: "About 8 or 9 months ago, you had a website that helps seniors like me, at 77, understand how to use the Internet. Can you please let me know what that website was?"







    https://media.blubrry.com/into_tomorrow/content.blubrry.com/into_tomorrow/07-01-2022-H3S1.mp3















    Well, Sam, you might be thinking of GetSetUp. We had their Co-founder on the show back in December of 2020. They tout it as The largest digital community for older adults to learn, share and socialize. They have a community of instructors that hold live and on-demand classes on, not just computers, but just about every topic you could think of.







    They have two levels of subscription available. Theres a free tier which has access to all the free classes. Their site doesnt make it clear how many fall under the free column, or theres a $20 per month plan that they say gives you access to over 500 classes each week and unlimited access to their premium streaming library.







    You can find them at GetSetUp.io, or you can come by our site at IntoTomorrow.com and well not only have a link to their site, but well also link to the interview we did back in 2020, so you can learn more.





















    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.

    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway:



    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway: Call anytime, 24/7 – 800-899-INTO (4686), click the Ask Dave button on the website, or use the “Message to Studio” option on the FREE Into Tomorrow App!



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



    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 43 min
    Weekend of June 24, 2022 – Hour 1

    Weekend of June 24, 2022 – Hour 1

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and the team discuss a tech documentary recommendation, the never-ending purchase of Twitter, national Uber Eats, digital apparel, Paramount and historical sensibilities, T-Mobile's travel benefits, Prime Day, and more.

















    Our guest this hour:

    Bradley Davis, CEO of Faxaroo

















    Nancy in Gilmer, Texas listens on KTBB and participated with the App and asked: "I have a Samsung Android phone that randomly switches to 4G when I am clearly within Wi-Fi boundaries. I'll check my settings and Wi-Fi is indeed selected, so I'll do a restart. This usually clears up the situation but recently, that is having no effect at all. This is eating into my data balance. Do you have any suggestions that don't involve clearing everything off the phone and starting over? Thanks for any help you can give me."







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    Nancy, clearing everything off your phone and starting over tends to be the most reliable fix in cases like that.







    There are a few other things you can try though, if your Samsung phone is still receiving updates, make sure youre on the latest version. That should ensure you have the latest bug fixes for this issue if there are any, and it would ensure that youre on the latest drivers as well.







    Both of those are potential culprits, and a single update would take care of both.







    The other thing to check is that its your Android phone and not your WiFi network causing the issue.







    Do you have any other devices on WiFi? Do they sometimes get disconnected? If they do it may be time to take a closer look at your router, it may not be doing its job properly.





















    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.

    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway:



    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway: Call anytime, 24/7 – 800-899-INTO (4686), click the Ask Dave button on the website, or use the “Message to Studio” option on the FREE Into Tomorrow App!



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



    Audio archived for at least 6 months

    • 43 min
    Weekend of June 24, 2022 – Hour 2

    Weekend of June 24, 2022 – Hour 2

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and the team discuss insect sized robots, Samsung's tech development plans, Xbox game streaming, Apple cars, TikTok and data privacy, Facebook and housing, Android Auto news, AI images, iPhones and captcha, video watching trends, VTOL aircraft, tech companies and the law, , and more.

















    Our guest this hour:

    Martin Stoev, Co-Founder & CEO of AdHash

















    Stanley in Oakland, Mississippi listens on SuperTalk Mississippi and asked: "I'm using the iPhone 12, it's my first iPhone. I've had it since February or March. I have to use my hotspot to connect my computer, tablet, and a few other electronics because it's hard to get standalone Internet where I live. But ito use this, everytime I wanna connect, I have to turn my hotspot of and back on again to get it to connect. Is this an iPhone thing, or is there something else I should be looking at. I haven't been back to where I got it because they have a new guy down there and he's kind of a jerk."







    https://media.blubrry.com/into_tomorrow/content.blubrry.com/into_tomorrow/06-24-2022-H2S1.mp3















    Stanley, iPhone hotspots only become discoverable when you open the hotspot pane in the phones settings.







    Theres no setting to govern that, its just how theyve always worked.







    You dont have to turn the hotspot on and on and off, but you will have to go to that hotspot page and keep it open until the device connects. Otherwise the iPhone will stop broadcasting when the device disconnects.







    If youre relying on mobile internet and need to be always on, you may be interested in T-Mobile or Verizon home routers. They come with plans that are meant to be used by every device in the home and effectively function the same way a wired connection would.







    Their main target audience are people who, like you, cannot get other reliable service other than expensive or poor quality satellite connections.







    Greg in Manchester, Tennessee listens to the podcasts and asked: "Trying to get out of my expensive Verizon cell phone service and I noticed this one called Mint Mobile. And then there's one called Visible, which I think is on Verizon. And I'm trying to see, Mint Mobile, what network they use because I think there's three carriers out there. And I'm trying to see if the Mint mobile is gonna save me any money. I'm just trying to see what network they use and if you ever recommend these third party carriers."







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    Greg, Mint runs on T-Mobile's network, including their 5G network.







    You should have decent coverage nationwide, but keep in mind that MVNOs (mobile virtual network operator) are less expensive for a reason, your data will be considered low priority traffic on the network.







    That's not necessarily a terrible thing, but it does mean that your speeds will be slower and your connections may be dropped if the network is busy.







    In other words, the 5G network likely won't feel like 5G for you but then again you'll probably be paying half of what you'd be paying T-Mobile directly, so it may still be worth it,

    • 44 min
    Weekend of June 24, 2022 – Hour 3

    Weekend of June 24, 2022 – Hour 3

    Tech News and Commentary







    Dave and the team discuss China and reviewing every single comment before it goes on social media, tracking a suitcase with an AirTag, Apple and AR, shared rides coming back, and more.

















    Our guest this hour:

    Rajendra Prasad, Senior Managing Director and Global Lead for Automation - Accenture

















    Jane in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania listens on WDEL and asked: "How come on my e-mail - on the right side when I'm composing an e-mail - there's ads popping up, and how do I get rid of them? Do I have to have these ads appearing? The e-mail company that I deal with, are they making me have these ads? It wasn't always like this when I first got the e-mail, it's just as of late. I don't want all these ads."







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    Jane, the ads were almost certainly placed there by the company providing the account.







    This is likely a free email account and this is the way they have decided to monetize it.







    If that's all they're doing they may be more benign than the companies selling your data at least, but hosting email is not free. There are server costs and constant maintenance, not to just keep the server secure and patched up, but also to keep up with all the settings and checks that make emails deliverable so they dont end up in Googles or Microsofts spam filters.







    That translates to man hours that need to be paid, and servers that need to be kept running.







    If you want to get rid of ads, you can either install an ad blocker or switch to a different email provider. In particular paid email accounts are much better about privacy and don't have ads and you'll only be looking at a couple of dollars a month if you go with one of those.





















    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.

    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway:



    The 2022 COOL “Into Tomorrow” HOT Summer Giveaway: Call anytime, 24/7 – 800-899-INTO (4686), click the Ask Dave button on the website, or use the “Message to Studio” option on the FREE Into Tomorrow App!



    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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    • 43 min

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