Tech Radio

Tech Radio: It Took A Pandemic...

May 18, 2020
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In The Moment … May 15, 2020 Show 818 Hour 1

A lot has changed during this pandemic. How we relate to the tech we use everydays is no exception.

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Tech Radio: May 1

May 1, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment … May 1, 2020 Show 808 Hour 2

Tech Radio answers your toughest computer and tech questions.

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Joining us are Jeff Litterick, network engineer with the Bureau of  Information & Technology in Pierre, Kent Osborne, director of Digital for SDPB and SD.Net,and  Heather Benson, SDPB's social media expert.

Tech Radio: April 17

Apr 17, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment ... April 17, 2020 Show 798 Hour 2

During this brief Tech Radio, we welcome your usual Tech Radio host, SDPB's Kent Osborne. We're also joined by SDPB's Heather Benson. 

 

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Tech Radio April 3

Apr 3, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment ... April 3, 2020 Show 788 Hour 1

For today's Tech Radio, we explore the problems with Zoom. We talk about what gear you might want to invest in for your home office. Plus, we remind you to disinfect your gear.

 

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Tech Radio March 20

Mar 20, 2020
SDPB

In The Moment ... March 20, 2020 Show 778 Hour 2

Today's Tech Radio features guests Amos Aesoph, John T. Meyer, Jeff Litterick, Craig Mount, and Heather Benson. We talk about how to check your security while you work from home, how to sanitize your electronic equipment, and how people are using new apps and social media connections in a world impacted by coronavirus. Plus, we talk about what innovation might rise from our current disruption that might change the tech world of the future.

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On today's techradio we talk about the passing away of a notable Xerox PARC employee, SDPB's Heather Benson talks to us about your online payment safety, and we wrap the show up talking about important drone regualtions in the works.

  

On today's show we discuss the 15th birthday of Google Maps, ransomware that hits close to home, and take listner questions.

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Host Kent Osborne was joined by Amos Aesoph, he is Chief Security Officer at the Sioux Falls technology services company Xigent , and  Craig Mount owner of the Rapid City digital marketing firm Classy Brain.

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On our annual Guide to Geek gifting, we talk about the lessening impact of Black Friday in recent years, and ideas for gifting.  

The folks at EarlyBlackFriday.com do a great job organizing the ads for you, and also passed along some tips we talked about on the show as well:

Kent, Amos, and Jeff discuss the news of the day, take listener questions, and learn of local events on the October 4, 2019 TechRadio.

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On today's TechRadio we talk a bit about body modification to incorporate tech, deceptive marketing practices called dark patterns, and round out the discussion talking about last weekends DefCon.

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On the August 2nd TechRadio guests Amos Aesoph and John T Meyer discuss the Capital 1 hack, and engage in a discussion about teleworking and corporate culture.

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Google product expert Craig Mount joins us in our third segment and tells us about fake or phony google business listings.  We chat about Prime Day, the FaceApp, and SysAdmin Day. 

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Chris Laughery

Business communication has changed a lot over the years, clients and workers are using a software program called Slack to stay up to date.

This was Joel's last show, after 19 years on-the-air he has accepted a fantasic opportunity that unforunatly for us means no more Techradio appearances.  We sent him off with a mug and fond memories. 

It's was all about the big gaming titles at E3 last week - catch the trailers online.

Mac Guru Joel Broveleit and the Bureau of Information and Telecommunication's Jeff Litterick join guest host Jackie Hendry. They talk the FCC vote allowing phone carriers to automatically block robocalls, likely results of the Congressional antitrust investigations on some of the internet's biggest companies, and what's behind the patch Windows is nearly begging its users to adopt. Plus, Joel outlines some of the biggest announcements from this year's WWDC: Apple Sign In, new health trackers with Apple Watch, and the aparent demise of iTunes. 

Join the panel of experts talking on a variety of tech topics.

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On the May 3rd Techradio we talk about the implecations of World Password Day, talk ElderTech with SDPB's Heather Benson, and try to tackle some of the Facebook news-o-the-week. 

Much chatter this week about the world-wide Facebook/Instagram/WhatsApp outage - why server configurations are scary, another ElderTech installment on FaceBook privacy settings, and much more. 

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Join the panel of tech experts as we discuss the news of the day and answer listener questions.

This week's Tech Radio, hosted by Kent Osborne, deals with holiday tech giving. Osborne and guest Joel Broveleit also work through power supply issues and answer questions from listeners.

Apple introduced two new, larger iPhones and a smartwatch today. The iPhone 6 will have a 4.7 inch screen while the iPhone 6 Plus screen will measure 5.5 inches. The Apple Watch is a wearable device that's the company's first major new product since the iPad in 2010. Apple also unveiled a system that'll allow users to make credit card payments with their phones at retail stores. Tech Radio's Kent Osborne, John T. Meyer and Joel Broveleit joined Dakota Midday and discussed the new Apple gadgets.

Update On Target Hacking And Hard Drives

Feb 14, 2014

The Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, Joel Broveleit and Jeff Litterick - discuss the latest news in tech. Topics included Valentine's Day apps, the story behind the Target hack, and highlights from the General Managers Digital meeting that was hosted by PBS this week.

2014 Tech Predictions And Target Hacking

Dec 27, 2013

The Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, Amos Aesoph, Joel Broveleit and Jeff Litterick - discuss the latest tech news. Topics included 2014 technology predictions and the recent Target hacking of credit cards.

Holiday Gift Shopping And Wearable Tech

Dec 13, 2013

The Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, John T. Meyer, Amos Aesophe and Jeff Litterick - discussed the latest news in tech. Topics included holiday gift shopping for tech gadgets and some tech that you can wear.

Tech Radio/Infrastructure Special

Nov 1, 2013

Jim Edman, Deputy Commissioner and Chief Security Officer of the South Dakota Bureau of Information and Telecommunications, and Mark Shlanta, CEO of SDN Communications, join the Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, Jeff Litterick, Amos Aesophe, and Joel Broveleit - for a special Infrastructure program.

Windows 8 and Entrepreneurs

Oct 18, 2013

Windows 8 users get their Start button back and if you're a budding entrepreneur, the Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, John T. Meyer, Joel Broveleit, Amos Aesophe, and Jeff Litterick - talked about an upcoming weekend just for you.

Dakota Midday Tech Radio

Oct 7, 2013

The Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, Joel Broveleit, John T Meyer, Amos Aesophe, and Jeff Litterick - discuss the latest in technology news.

Steve Jobs Movie And A New App

Aug 16, 2013

This week, the Computer Guys - Kent Osborne, Joel Broveleit, John T. Meyer and Amos Aesoph tackle the latest tech news, including the new Steve Jobs movie starring Ashton Kutcher, technology issues concerning the leaks by Edward Snowden and a new app called "Full."

Apple Announcements, E3 And Playstation 4

Jun 14, 2013

Kent Osborne, Joel Broveleit, Amos Aesophe, John T. Meyer and Jeff Litterick are joined by Josh Riech from String Theory Luthiery. Josh is heavy into the Maker/DIY/LifeHack movements that are very popular nowadays. He has gained knowledge in his business of musical instruments repair by using the Internet - knowledge that used to only be gained by a sometime years-long apprenticeship. He, his wife and brother would prefer to "do it themselves" on many other personal projects they find on social media sites like Pinterest.

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