In this episode, James Oates demonstrates new third party application integration with Siri in iOS 10. He shows us how to find out which applications are available for Siri integration, and how to activate them. He selects three applications to take on a test run. See how well Uber, Skype, and Roger work with Siri.
In this episode, James Oates introduces us to the built in Windows Mail client, which is a part of Windows 10 Anniversary Update. He shows us how to configure multiple accounts, create a signature line for our outgoing mail, how to create and send a message, how to reply to a message, how to activate a link within a message, how to quickly navigate a webpage using Microsoft Edge, how to search for a message, how to find all of your mail folders, how to use mail filters, how to format text in a message, and how to create and send a message using Cortana. Throughout this podcast, James uses Narrator, the built-in screen reader from Microsoft. He also shows us most of the handy keyboard shortcuts for Windows Mail.
Join Jessica with Tamas, Leo and Joel for another exciting VIP! This week, Google held their Google Event on October 4th, where they announced several new products. You won’t want to miss this exciting update as our team brings you the latest news and insights about these exciting new products, including the new Pixel phones, the all new Google Assistant, the Chromecast and the all new Google Home and Google Router. Google has stepped up their game in the world of virtual reality with their new Google Daydream VR Headset (Pictures) Daydream Product Info
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Here, Alex walks us through editing presets by hand using Notepad. Since basically everything that’s good isn’t accessible in the music world, you gotta do silly and time-consuming workarounds. Depending on what kind of tone maniac and audio aficionado you are, you might decide to go through this.
Do you enjoy board games? Would you like to play them with your sighted friends? How about board games and online socialization? Welcome to Quentin C’s Playroom, a platform that can be accessed via The Web for iOS, Android and Mac or via a downloadable program For PC. With over 26 games to choose from, an online social chat interface and a graphical interface, this client is perfect for just about everyone.
The amazon’s Fire tablet has a lot of content to offer via its app store including games, apps and more. The problem is that not all apps that are on other app stores make it to amazon’s ecosystem. Fortunately, since FireOS is based on Android, it’s possible to get the Google Play Store onto your Fire tablet. In this Podcast, Leo demonstrates how to install the play store using a script from Root Junky. Keep in mind that if you haven’t already, you will need to obtain the Google USB drivers for the tablet.
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Join Jessica Rickards along with James Oates, Joel Ramos and Nelson Rego for another exciting tech-filled VIP. You won’t want to miss a minute of this week’s exclusive content as we take you from the latest NFL Twitter Revolution to the newest announcements from Google about their new line of products. For all the Apple fans, you won’t be disappointed. We’ve got a lot of cool topics lined up for you as well, including a discussion of the latest updates to iOS 10 and TV OS. You’ll want to stay with us to the very end for our special treat as Nelson reveals, for the first time on this VIP, his brand new iPhone 7+!
In this episode, James Oates demonstrates the new features in the Mail app for iOS10. He shows us the new unsubscribe feature which allows us to quickly unsubscribe from unwanted mailing lists. He shows us how to arrange messages that appear in a thread, and how to easily navigate through those messages with a new feature that has been added to the rotor. He shows us how to filter mail which is an indispensable feature for those who have a large number of messages. Finally, he shows us how to use the new edit feature on the rotor which appears when composing an email. This allows for some basic formatting, and James shows us how to use this feature to add an email attachment to an outgoing email.