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#76 Oh, Sweet Internet Explorer, Go Gently Into That Good Night – OR – Parting With Bing Is Such Sweet Sorrow

03/20/2015
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Photo Credit: Internet Explorer, a web developers menace by Jorgen Kesseler is used under CC BY-SA 2.0.

This week the guys are elated about the death of Internet Explorer, the low, low price of free to upgrade to Windows 10, (even if you never paid for Windows 7 or 8) and Mario, Zelda and the gang are finally coming to mobile phones, but not the way you want them to.    If you haven’t subscribed to Deemable Tech yet, get on it! Subscribe to Deemable Tech in iTunes, on Stitcher or subscribe to the show in another podcast reader. Make sure to leave us a review in iTunes and Stitcher. The more reviews we have the higher we’ll be listed, and the…

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#75 Wait, what happened to episode 72?

03/13/2015
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An incoming call notification on the Apple Watch Edition.

What happens when you realize you skipped an episode number? Just keep on rollin. This week on Deemable Tech we are talking about… the Apple big announcement. Apple finally announced all the details on the Apple Watch. Apple also announced a new MacBook, ResearchKit and HBO Now. This Week’s Run Down Macbook Apple announced a new laptop, called…the MacBook. It’s thinner than the MacBook Air, but it is also less powerful than the MacBook Air and has less battery life than the MacBook Air, and it’s more expensive than the MacBook Air. So, it’s basically, just like the MacBook Air was…

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#74 Ray Likes His Crow Breaded With A Light, Crispy Panko Crust

03/06/2015
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#74 Ray Likes His Crow Breaded With A Light, Crispy Panko Crust

This week Ray, Tom and Sean talk about how Hilary Clinton used her personal email address the entire time she worked at the State Department. They discussed the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, (which included the announcement of SamsungPay which is the implementation of LoopPay into the Samsung phones which Ray insisted two weeks ago would not happen!) They also talked about the death of Google+ and Google starting its own wireless carrier. Then, Ray shared his review of the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer. If you’re just here for the video, make sure to scroll all the way…

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#73 Freedom Is Just A Four-Letter Word

02/27/2015
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Tom Wheeler Caricature

This week Ray, Tom and Sean talk about how the FCC has finally decided to step up to the plate and defend Net Neutrality, and the rest of the big stories in the tech world. Reddit is finally banning stolen pornography. Apple is holding a super secret press event in March. (SPOILER: It’s the Apple Watch announcement.) Pebble is Kickstarting another smartwatch. Three patients voluntarily had their arms amputated to receive bionic prosthetics. Google bought mobile payment company Softcard. And, we are one step closer to Skynet becoming self-aware, an artificial intelligence played 49 Atari games without instructions, beating the records of…

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Ellen asks, “How do I download videos from my iPhone?”

02/26/2015
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Ellen asks, “How do I download videos from my iPhone?”

Ellen writes, How do I download videos from my iPhone to my PC? When I try to email them to myself it shrinks the video. I’ve been told to just connect my phone to my computer and download them that way, but how? Here’s what you need to do Ellen. Fire up your computer, grab the charging cable for your iPhone and plug one end into your iPhone and the other end into your computer. Only one end will fit the iPhone, and the other end is the obvious end you’ll plug into the PC.   If this is the…

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#71 The Episode Where We Can’t Say Words In The Script

02/20/2015
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Everything in the news was pretty shocking.

Alright, this week is your last week to jump ship. If you don’t like hearing tech news, you need to unsubscribe from this show now. Otherwise, you’re gonna be stuck listening to us talk about the latest tech news and listen to us review apps and gadgets! After this week, we won’t remind you any more. You can always just go subscribe to Ask Deemable Tech if you want to hear us answer tech questions though. We’ll always be there for you. If you do like hearing about the latest happenings in the tech world, and haven’t subscribed to Deemable Tech yet,…

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#70 There’s Always A Leak

02/13/2015
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house-of-cards

If you missed last week’s episode, we have rebooted the Deemable Tech podcast. From now on, we are not answering tech questions on this show. But, we are answering them on our spin-off show, Ask Deemable Tech. So, if that’s what you love, go subscribe to that podcast. It’s called Ask Deemable Tech – search for it on iTunes. Help us decide what stories we talk about on the show, go to our subreddit page and submit a story. Or vote other stories up or down. reddit.com/r/Deemable This Week’s Run Down Season 3 of House of Cards leaks out early…

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Update Your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8.1.3

01/29/2015
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Update Your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8.1.3

It’s always good to make sure you have the latest version of iOS that your Apple device can run. iOS updates include bug fixes and security fixes that keep your smartphone and tablet running fresh and safe. Here’s how to update your iPhone to the latest version, iOS 8.1.3. Like this:Like Loading...

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Kasper asks, “How can I get voicemails off my old answering machine?”

12/28/2014
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Image credit: John Britton / Flickr

Q: Here’s a question about a lower-tech gadget. I have a Panasonic cordless telephone with a digital answering machine. Over the years, it has collected several messages that I’d like to archive. I don’t see any inputs or outputs for doing this. Is there a way to permanently store the messages on this answering machine digitally? Like this:Like Loading...

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Isabel asks, “Can I send text messages across Wi-Fi?”

12/28/2014
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Image credit Google

Q: I have an iPhone 4s that does not have a data plan or SMS plan. When I’m somewhere that has Wi-Fi I can receive and send email, message friends or do any other Internet tasks. My question is this: is it possible to send text messages to others, especially people who do not have iPhones or iPads, without a data plan or SMS plan? Like this:Like Loading...

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