App

Do you know where the nearest AED is to you? The PulsePoint AED app would tell you that. One never knows when this would be needed and the app is free. Lt. Jim Bussell  is the Public Information Officer with the Rapid City Fire Department. He joins us today to talk about the app and how it has saved lives in Rapid City.

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Pokemon Go: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

Jul 15, 2016
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Tech Radio host Kent Osborne and 'The Computer Guys," visit about Pokemon Go which has become one of the most viral mobile applications of all time.  According to SimilarWeb, Pokemon Go surpassed Twitter in terms of daily active users on Monday.  It now sees almost 6% of the U.S. Android population engaging with the app on a daily basis.

The panel also continues the conversation about "pulling the plug" and options for viewing live sports and other programs among other topics.

City of Sturgis

Snapchat is coming to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally again this year.

The social media app is a messaging platform that lets users send time sensitive photos and videos to one another. It’s mostly used by millennials, but the Sturgis Rally is mostly attended by baby boomers.

 

Virtual Reality, Apps, Net Neutrality And More

Feb 20, 2015

Guest host Kealey Bultena and "Computer Guys" Jeff Litterick and Joel Broveleit tackled a number of issues on today's program.  The panel discussed Samsung TV listening, Lenovo Laptop pre-installed spyware, virtual reality, a YouTube App for kids, hackers and the State Department, and the February 26 FCC net neutrality vote.

The iNaturalist App

Aug 23, 2013

You’ve likely heard the phrase “there’s an app for that.” If you happen to be a botanist your favorite app may well be iNaturalist. It turns any i-Phone into a tool that can contribute to scientific research and understanding about the natural flora and fauna living all around us. SDPB’s Charles Michael Ray has the story on citizen science and education now taking place in the Black Hills and Badlands with the help of the iNaturalist app.