If you want to try a different virtual meeting tool than Zoom, Facebook has their own app. Jamey Tucker tells us the differences between the two video meeting options in this What the Tech? segment.
With the COVID-19 craziness going on, there’s a good chance you go to the store and what you need isn’t there.
Jamey Tucker has a solution. It’s an app where shoppers list what hard-to-find necessities are at the stores they shopped at, making it easier to track down that last roll of toilet paper.
Earth Day was on Wednesday – a good reminder of the beauty around us and our role in keeping it clean. Part of that means knowing how to properly dispose of your electronic devices. Jamey Tucker explains the do’s and don’ts in this What the Tech? segment.
Many of us have been using Zoom for months. It’s a great way to meet remotely with the pandemic going on. If you’re worried about being the prettiest face in the virtual room, pay attention to this. Jamey Tucker has some tips to improve your Zoom experience.
Facebook is jumping on the train and trying to create their own COVID-19 tracker. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explains how it will work and why it might not come together.
We all have different knick-knacks lying around that we could probably do without … But even if you haven’t used it in months … Tossing things is easier said then done. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker has an app that makes de-cluttering your living situation rewarding. It’s called Get rid of it.
There’s one item you might not expect that has gone way up in demand under COVID-19: web cams. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker tells us where to get a quality web camera while supplies are short.
While we’re all stuck at home, there are plenty of Facebook challenges going on, but are they safe to participate in? The short answer, yes, if you follow a few simple rules. Jamey Tucker explains in this What the Tech? segment.
Zoom meetings are being used by everyone … families, workers, even whole classes, and with that comes a little bit of troubles. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explains how people are abusing the program for their own enjoyment.
They’re always listening … Google and Apple are working together to release a coronavirus tracker so you could know if you come in contact with somebody who tests positive the app uses your phone’s Bluetooth data to keep track of who you’re around. Jamey Tucker explains how it all works in today’s What the Tech? segment.