Find out what’s happening in the world of tech, with a special emphasis on popular smart phone and tablet products and accessories, smart home products, streaming TV tech and services, and more. Grab that cup of coffee and get ready to hear product demos, helpful tips and tricks, tech news, and much more.
I discuss and review the brand new HomePod mini, as well as the Alesis Virtue 88 key digital home piano. I also discuss my recent purchase of a 27 inch iMac. Enjoy, and stay tuned for our 2020 holiday gift guide, coming soon.
There are those in the United States government who would seek to make potentially sweeping changes to the App Store and similar market places. Companies like Epic Games and Spotify are supporting these changes. Such a decision could have potentially devastating consequences for consumers and developers alike, but it seems many officials do not realize this. Please listen to this entire episode to learn why proposed changes to App Store platforms would be a monumental mistake. Please share this with everyone you know, and contact your congressman and legislators immediately to let your voice be heard. Thank you.
If you are a student or a teacher, or if you have kids or grandkids, you don’t want to miss this! Listen on the rewind of a live event shared this past spring by TTJ, where we discuss and demonstrate how to get the most out of your Apple products to create a positive environment when learning, teaching, and working from home.
In this episode I discuss and review the Casio CDP-S350 Digital Piano. We feature close to ten minutes of sound demonstrations during this episode. If you are looking for a great digital piano for home and family, look no further. Of course the Casio CDP-S350 will also do a great job in the studio or on the road.
Important: the words, Hey, Siri, and other smart assistant wake words can be heard multiple times throughout this episode. If you have any smart speakers, we suggest listening to this podcast when you are not near them, else you may wish to consider using headphones. In this episode we review the HomePod, discuss HomeKit, and describe many smart home accessories.
In this episode I am joined by my daughter Kylee, who shares some of her favorite things to do with her iPad. Then, Trainer Kliph and I discuss how the iPad has changed over the last ten years and more. Enjoy.
We discuss our favorite tech gadgets for this year. If you are looking for the perfect tech gifts for that special someone, or for yourself, we’ve got everything you need in this episode. Enjoy and be blessed.
After our usual tech news, I share a bit about what I’ve been up to lately, as well as announcing our upcoming Black Friday promotions for the 2019 holiday shopping season. We then conclude with my review of the awesome 11 Inch iPad Pro. Enjoy.
I am joined by my friend John Panarese of Mac For the Blind. We discuss Apple’s latest software releases, what it was like for John to work as a contractor for Apple, and much more. We even attempt to dispel some commonly held myths about Apple and their products.
We discuss lots of tech news in this episode as well as talking about several TV services. I also share details about a new gadget that I have ordered, which should be arriving in just a few days. Review will follow soon.
In this episode I am joined by Trainer Kliph to discuss some of the new features in macOS Catalina. We also talk about using the Apple TV to watch home movies, view photos, listen to music, play games, and much more.
We spend a few minutes discussing iOS 13 and some of the other exciting Apple news everyone’s been talking about. I then discuss the AirPods and the Apple Watch. Finally, we continue our discussion of the Apple TV, with emphasis on the Apple TV app, Apple TV Channels, and Voiceover. Enjoy.
I discuss my first week with the Apple Card, including a correction about some info I previously shared. We then continue our discussion of using Apple TV as an alternative to traditional television services.
In the first of five episodes on the subject, we’ll talk about what it means to cut the cord and choose streaming TV. We’ll also discuss a bit about the AppleTV, purchasing content from iTunes, and more. I’ll even discuss the various streaming services my family and I currently use, as well as some of the benefits of streaming.
Listen to the TTJ Instructor Team Tech Summit Live Stream, where we discussed our first annual tech summit, played a game of stump the instructor, and announced our upcoming TTJ training schedule for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.
Join me as I discuss my intense interest in human space exploration, and how this lead me to create a course for middle and high school students to learn about the subject. More importantly, you’ll find out some of the powerful apps I used during the process, and how these awesome apple apps can enhance your own experience as a teacher.
In this tech tip, you’ll learn how to quickly and easily send and receive files on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, using AirDrop. AirDrop is also available on Mac, though the focus of this tech tip is on iOS devices.
I’m joined by special guest Crystal Gipe, a special education case manager, to discuss how her school uses iPads, along with a variety of apps, on a daily basis for all students. We discuss the benefits, along with the potential challenges, of technology use across the curriculum. This episode also features the typical tech news segment and a thought for your consideration. Enjoy.
I’m joined by trainer Kliph and Trainer Rita to discuss replacing your traditional computer with an iPad and replacing your traditional TV service with AppleTV and streaming services. This episode was taken from a live stream earlier today. You are listening to raw, unedited audio, complete with the occasional background noise or audio issue due to signal. Nevertheless, the discussion was inspiring and the information useful. Enjoy.
Trainer Kliph and I discuss some recent tech news as well as an upcoming Livestream we will be doing. I also make a plea to tech bloggers and news media sources with regards to the reporting of bugs and potential security risks in future software.