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Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL & OnePlus 7 Pro – Episode 20

Google gives the masses a cheaper camera phone in the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. At Google I/O 2019, Google announced its Pixel 3a series smartphones. These are premium mid-range phones that provide a flagship camera experience. Many reviewers are raving over it, but do they seriously pack the punch with the rest of the […]

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Amazon wants one-day Prime shipping, and the Galaxy A50 is a great mid-range phone – Episode 19

Amazon wants to bring in 1-day shipping. Amazon announced that it is wanting to upgrade all Prime shipping to one-day for all Prime subscribers. They already have on-day shipping options for some Prime products for Prime subscribers in eligible areas. However, shipping logistics cost money, but since Amazon makes billions, they continue to upgrade the […]

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Sony’s tall Xperia phones & Nokia 9 Pureview – Episode 18

Sony Xperia 1 Cinematic video is often shot in 21:9, but does that mean we need smartphones which can natively view such content? Sony seems to think so since they released their Sony Xperia 1, 10, and 10 Plus smartphones with 21:9 ratio displays. The Xperia 1 is their flagship offering, with a 6.5″ OLED […]

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Galaxy S10 and more from MWC 2019 – Episode 17

Galaxy S10 smartphones Samsung unpacked the Galaxy S10 series in San Fransisco, California on February 20, 2019. The S10 series includes three phones this year, the S10E, S10, and S10 Plus. They all have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 6 or 8GB of RAM, and 128, 256, or 512GB of storage, choices varying by model. […]

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Moto G7: Has budget gotten too expensive? – Episode 16

Motorola released its G7 series of budget smartphones. But has the price of these “budget-friendly” phones gotten too high? Find out in episode 16 of the Serious About Tech podcast.

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Electric Cadillac and Collection #1 Data Breach – Episode 15

Cadillac is moving into electric vehicle territory. Cadillac, owned by GM, is planning to sell electric vehicles and SUVs in order to retain its shrinking market share. Learn more at Business Insider. Collection #1 Security Breach collection Troy Hunt, a security researcher, released Collection #1. Collection #1 a large collection (87GB) of email and password […]

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Episode 4 – Cortana and Alexa… Friends? The iPhone X and the Equifax Breach

  Cortana and Alexa… Friends? Cortana and Alexa are now able to talk to each other, giving you cross-compatibility from Echos to Windows PCs. You can say to Alexa, “Alexa, open Cortana”, and you can give commands that Cortana will understand. The same works with Cortana, “Hey Cortana, open Alexa.” iPhone X Apple announced the […]

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Where are the summer episodes?

You may be wondering when I am going to record and release the episodes for July. I have show notes ready for one episode, so I may record it this week. If I don’t, it is because I am very busy with summer activities. I am also looking for a guest to come on and […]

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Episode 1 – LastPass, Samsung Galaxy S8, Windows Creators Update – Serious About Tech! podcast

    Announcements We want to know what you want us to talk about! Send us feedback. Windows Creators Update The Windows Creators Update is an update for Windows 10 that will bring 3D Paint, game mode, and extra privacy settings to Windows. It will come in mid April 2017. LastPass LastPass had a security […]

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What’s coming from Serious About Tech!

What’s coming in SAT? Here are some topics: eBay, websites, podcasting, and much much much much more. But remember, you can change these or submit new ideas! Just contact Serious About Tech! This podcast will have several segments every week. Your Security Brief will give you updates on your security and privacy online. There will […]

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