#94 Windows 10 Is Out But We’re Still Sticking With Windows 9

07/31/2015
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So much for Windows 10 fun. Now Ray has to reinstall Windows 8.1 just so he can upgrade it to 10, so he can reinstall Windows 10!

Killer robots, self-aware robots, cars, guns and Android phones getting hacked into and the death of another Google product? Yeah, that sounds like a typical Deemable Tech episode. If you?re listening to Deemable Tech on the website, make sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Stitcher. And, while you?re there, leave a review. The more subscribers we have and reviews we get, the more people will find our show. If you have a response or comment for the show, give us a call and leave us a voicemail, 1-888-972-9868 or you can send us an email to feedback at deemable dot com. The Deemable…

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Ask Deemable Tech: Keyboard Shortcuts

07/30/2015
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Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750

Dale writes, “My son-in-law was helping me with some computer stuff and he showed me a trick where I could see all the windows I have open on my computer at once and switch between them. The problem is, I have forgotten how he did it, and I don?t want…

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#93 Bro, You’ve Been Hacked

07/26/2015
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This week Ray, Tom and Sean discuss the hacking of the adultery-centric site Ashley Madison, drones causing problems for California firefighters, and security flaws in Jeep Cherokees. That and more on this episode of the Deemable Tech podcast.

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#92 Still A Better Deal Than Amazon Prime Day

07/17/2015
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This week Ray, Tom and Sean discuss the train wreck that was Amazon’s Prime Day, the loss of Nintendo’s Saturo Iwata and New Horizon’s historic visit to Pluto. If you’re listening to Deemable Tech on our website, make sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Stitcher. And, while you’re there, leave…

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Ask Deemable Tech: How Can I Safely Shop Online?

07/16/2015
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Andrew writes, “It seems like every week there’s another scary news story about a big bank or a major company getting hacked. Is there any way to safely shop online, or should I just stay off the internet altogether?”

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#91 The Episode Where We Phone It In

07/10/2015
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On this episode of Deemable Tech, Ray and Sean call up Tom at home to let him know why they can’t do a podcast this week. If you’re listening to Deemable Tech on our website, would you subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Stitcher? And, while you’re there, would you…

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#90 Cutting Cords and Fiber Optic Cables

07/03/2015
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This week Ray, Tom and Sean discuss news about Netflix’s growth, videos on Facebook, SpaceX and more. Plus, Siri hits a little too close to home when we ask her to divide zero by zero. That and more on this week’s Deemable Tech! If you’re listening to Deemable Tech on…

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#89 Tom Loves T. Swift

06/26/2015
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This week Tom shares news about Taylor Swift tackling problems with Apple Music, Sean hits the “undo send” button on that embarrassing email he just sent, and Ray looks at why a branch of the U.S. military is still running Windows XP. That and more on this week’s Deemable Tech!

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#88 The One Where Marketing Told Us to Talk About ‘Jurassic World’

06/19/2015
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OK, so we don’t really talk about Jurassic World on this episode. But Ray, Tom and Sean DO discuss some of the week’s tech news, including California’s new rules for Uber, the annual E3 video game trade show and more. Ray also reviews the food replacement product Soylent. All of that…

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#87 The Episode Where We Don’t Talk About Soylent Because There’s Too Much News

06/13/2015
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#87 The Episode Where We Don’t Talk About Soylent Because There’s Too Much News

This week, Ray, Tom and Sean look at some of the news coming out of Apple’s annual Wordwide Developers Conference (WWDC), including the unveiling of the latest version of the iOS mobile operating system and the new music streaming app Apple Music. That and much more on this week’s Deemable Tech! If…

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#86 The Episode Where We Did Not Run Out of News

06/05/2015
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An example of an early Apple I computer on display in the Smithsonian Museum.

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This week, Ray, Tom and Sean discuss the Federal Office of Personnel Management being hacked, Facebook finally adding support for GIFs, and a woman who didn’t realize the old computer she was throwing out was really a piece of Apple history worth $200,000. The guys are also joined by Ryan Thompson…

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Ask Deemable Tech: How do I uninstall Flash?

06/03/2015
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Felicia writes, “I read a news article that said hackers could infect my computer through Flash. How do I know if I have Flash? And how can I get rid of it?” You have really been paying attention, Felicia! Earlier this year there was a big scare when researchers discovered…

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#85 The Episode That Will Crash Your Phone

05/30/2015
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This week Tom and Ray were left by themselves to hold down the fort. In Sean’s absence they talked about Google’s unsurprising announcement that the next version of Android will be “M” and the surprise announcement that Android is getting HBO Now… sometime later. Ray and Tom also talked about…

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#84 ‘Dear pirates, JK! Love, Microsoft.’

05/22/2015
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This week Microsoft clarified who exactly free Windows 10 upgrades would be free for, Blizzard cracked down on World of Warcraft cheaters, and Apple abandoned plans to make TVs. Plus, Ray, Tom and Sean share websites through sound, discuss driver-less semi-trucks and a whole lot more. That’s this week on…

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Ask Deemable Tech: Why Am I Using So Much Data?

05/21/2015
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Donna writes, “I share a data plan with my family. I’m the biggest user of data, but I’m also the least tech savvy. I do very little downloading! I mostly just check emails. If someone sends me a link and I open it, am I downloading? Sometimes I use my…

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