Would you feel comfortable being diagnosed by a doctor over face-time instead of going to the office? In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explores three apps that do just that … bringing the doctor to you in the comfort of your home.
As we get older, sometimes we forget to be curious about the world we live in, but a day at Portland’s Oregon Museum of Science and Industry will definitely reignite your curiosity. It’s one of the nation’s leading science museums and it’s not just for children. Dave Jones shows us around.
Join us on Thursdays for new editions of Destination Oregon where Dave Jones takes you to some of the most interesting and beautiful places across our state.
Scammers will try anything to get money from unsuspecting victims. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker tells us about a scam going around that uses false information to pressure people into paying up.
Reading reviews is a great way to decide where to eat or where to stay if you’re traveling. But how can you be sure if what you’re reading is true and accurate?
In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker tells us about a website that analyzes reviews and sorts out the fakes.
A fuoco! Shredding the nets with five three point field goals in the opening 12 minutes, Tony Adamo helped stake Mountain View High to a 25 point second quarter lead the Cougars would cultivate into a 67-45 victory over crosstown rival Bend Senior High in a Mountain Valley Conference boys’ basketball game in the Black Hole Friday evening.
With a game high 18 points—all in the first half—and his che bello effort, the Cougar senior earned Century 21 Relentless Player of the Game honors.
You can find instructional videos for almost any project on the internet, but they aren’t always quick and concise. Anyone who has looked up a recipe online knows what we’re talking about. Sometimes you just want the instructions … no life story necessary.
In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker has an app with a collection of do it yourself videos that are quick and to the point.
For this Origin Story, where we introduce you to awesome people doing awesome things, we are talking personal products for athletes. The company is called Zealios. It was started by two guys who played rugby together with a goal to make an entire line of personal products for athletes, from shampoo to sunscreen.
Thanks to BendBroadband Business for sponsoring Origin Stories where we introduce you to people turning their passion into a profession every Friday night on Central Oregon Daily.
TikTok is one of the most popular social media apps right now, especially among young people. This What the Tech? segment is aimed at the parents of TikTokers. If you think your kids might be spending too much time on the app, Jamey Tucker has some advice for getting them to cut back.