In the Tech Abilities Studio Serina and Jeff are joined by Callie Gray straight out of Miami. The crew starts the year talking about eh latest gadgets and news released from the Holiday season and even have a few items they acquired. Tre jumps in and lets Jeff and Marlon have a little piece of his mind.
From MagSafe Battery Pack to an affordable headset that sounds great to some new Aftershocks, the crew has some goodies to share. Audio Description gets a good share of chat and what is it about Theater popcorn? Really?
Is the Air Pod Pro 2 going to light up the lives of those seeking some LossLess sound and a case that makes noise? We will have to see. Do you use your Apple Air Tags in a creative way? And Find My is very helpful. Yes, it is. And, How about that Audio described Rose Bowl Parade? Delicious!
So jump on in and join the crew in this New Year’s first episode of Tech Abilities.
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Here are the links, notes and timeline for the episode:
Let’s get this show started. 00: 41
Tre gives Marlon and Jeff a piece of his mind. 1:30
Who is that Siri Voice #3? 2:56
MagSafe Battery Pack. 4:40
Jeff and Callie review the new MagSafe Battery Pack from Apple.
Microsoft Surface Adaptive Kit makes Microsoft’s laptops more accessible. 8:43
Comes with bump dots for keys, colored labels for ports and device openers.
Apple AirTags used by criminals in high end car thefts. 14:00
According to a recent report the Apple AirTags are being used in more and more car thefts in Canada.
The Find My app makes it easy to keep track of your Apple devices. Locate items you’ve attached AirTag to. And keep up with friends and family. It works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac — even if your missing devices are offline. And your privacy is protected every step of the way.
Rose Bowl Parade gets Wall to Wall Audio Description from Audio Eyes. 22:18
Apples Autonomous car? 26:41
That First Uber Trip and Uber Pets? What? 33:49
Spectrum Access – don’t forget it’s available! 38:30
Where is Jeff? 45:26
Goodies from over the Holidays. 46:14
Callie’s gone off script! 53:14
Theater Popcorn? Is it all that? 55:00
Garrets Popcorn 58:21
GoodBye and Contact Info. 59:55
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