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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 June 7, 2024

    Weekend of June 7, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary



    Dave and Chris discuss Google's data collection leak, a headband manipulating your brainwaves into sleep, an FAA approval for Amazon's Prime Air, 1 minute smartphone charging, a new tool from OpenAI to detect images generated by Dall-E, and more.









    Our guest this show: Scott Miller, Safety and Health Awareness Specialist at USPS (United States Postal Service).







    Peter in Wilmington, Delaware asked: "My Dell OptiPlex 7010 runs Windows 10 but I'm told it will not run Windows 11 unless I take it to my local computer store and they do something to it. After which, it will supposedly run Windows 11. What is it that they are going to do to it so it can run Windows 11?"Peter, that would be a good question to ask whoever referred you to the computer shop because it sounds a little suspicious.Our best guess is that it may be RAM, Windows 11 minimum specs require more RAM than Windows 10, and thats an upgrade that you could get at a shop.Windows 10 also requires more storage space, so they could be swapping out your current drive for a larger SSD or HDD, though that seems less likely since you probably had more than the minimum 64GB required already.Windows 11 also requires a DirectX12 compatible graphics card, since the OptiPlex 7010 is a desktop theres a chance they could be adding one.Windows 11 is not hugely demanding, the majority of Windows 10 computers could be upgraded to Windows 11, so the changes may be minor, but it may be worth clarifying what they are and whether theyre really necessary and worth the investment before you spend any money.



    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 GrayScosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devicesTargus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right handsHeat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite HealersAll Callers -- Calling  1-800-899-INTO(4686)  -- automatically qualify to win prizes.Audio archived for at least 6 months

    Weekend of May 31, 2024

    Weekend of May 31, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary



    Dave and Chris discuss US Cellular and Spectrum being largely bought out by T-Mobile, TikTok's Change Makers program, the cost of subscriptions, Microsoft's Copilot on PCs and its threat to privacy, and more.









    Our guest this show: Rob Lalka, Author of The Venture Alchemists.







    Sallie in Carey, North Carolina called in to help other listenersSally said: "I had a printer that used to have an OCR program with it and my current printer doesn't and I haven't accessed that feature in quite a while. Then I discovered online that there's an online OCR program for free, it's called OnlineOCR.net. It can convert either an image or a PDF to Word or Excel. So you can scan a picture of some text - like from a magazine article you want to save and it does a nice job of converting that into text. So I thought listeners might like to know about it."Thank you, Sally!



    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 GrayScosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devicesTargus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right handsHeat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite HealersAll Callers -- Calling  1-800-899-INTO(4686)  -- automatically qualify to win prizes.Audio archived for at least 6 months

    Weekend of May 24, 2024

    Weekend of May 24, 2024

    Tech News and Commentary



    Dave and Chris discuss Open AI's Sky and other voices, controlling Android with your face, and more.









    Our guest this show: Jolene Shang, Chief Marketing Officer - Zendure







    Jordan in Orlando, Florida asked: "I'm looking for ways to expand my listeners' experience - my audience's experience. Right now I'm experimenting with a platform called Ditto. I was wondering if you know anything about it or if you know any other platforms that I should look into."Jordan, were not familiar with Ditto and there seem to be quite a few platforms by that name ranging from music distribution and streaming, to podcast transcription, to learning for young children.The most popular seems to be Ditto Music, if thats the one youre using the biggest draw seems to be that you get to keep all of your royalties, their streaming app is likely very low traffic but as long as theyre distributing to other sources you may still benefit from their policy on revenue share.Having said that, were not sure if that is the platform you mean and there are lots and lots of Dittos out there. If you can tell us which one youre using and what kind of audio youre putting out wed be glad to dig deeper for you and see if we can find any alternatives that may be worth considering.



    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 GrayScosche: StrikeLine HH 2-in-1 USB-C/Lightning Cables to charge all your devicesTargus: ErgoFlip mouse - ergonomic mouse designed for use with both left and right handsHeat It: Smartphone-Powered Insect Bite HealersAll Callers -- Calling  1-800-899-INTO(4686)  -- automatically qualify to win prizes.Audio archived for at least 6 months

    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.

    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 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

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

     

    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

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