Episode #37 - Friday, March 9, 2018 - Tech Talk - Robot Burger Flipper, Flying Cars, Bitcoin Earning Space Heaters and more...

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Listen to Adam Oldfield today at 11:35 on the Bill Kelly Show for Tech Talk! Here are the exciting discussion tech topics for the show! The Flying car – Yes, the Dutch company PAL-V revealed its flying car, the PAL-V Liberty Tuesday. The two-seater vehicle is still in the research stage, with a final testing before production to take place after the Switzerland auto show. The company anticipates to take-off in 2019. It had a few of the flying vehicles on hand to show off. https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/7/17091136/flying-car-pal-v-liberty-geneva-motor-show-2018 Mission Impossible is coming out with a new movie and if you can believe that the government has actually started researching effective self-destruct solutions for mobile and drums. Including liquid destruction, explosive destruction. https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiEMksC1k_1D-MQP5Q8PaZkOMqFQgEKg0IACoGCAowlacCMKBPMOGbAg Remember the old days when you had your camera lens sticking out of your phone or your computer. A new technology is going to be coming out where you will click…

Episode #36 Tech Talk - Friday, March 2nd, 2018 Vision Assistant, Smartphone Radiation, Eye-Vac Touchless Vacuum, Smart Doorbell and more...

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Friday, March 2nd, 2018     Tech Talk      Episode #36 with Adam Oldfield on the Bill Kelly Show AM900 CHML. Piccolo is building a gesture-based smart home ‘Vision Assistant’. You remember when you had to actually say OK Google? Those days are done. Now you want it now you can turn on the lights simply by pointing at it. Open your fist and the TV will turn on. The sensors are located in the room and can see how you move your body without saying a word. https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiEKcXALOX_8FDjLFNVreDRJ4qFAgEKg0IACoGCAowlIEBMLEXMOc_ Little did you know smartphones still give off radiation. Maybe not as much as the days of the analog. However, these are the top five radiation phones. Xiaomi MiA1ONE PLUSHUAWEI MATE 9Nokia Lumia 630iPhone 7SonyiPhone 8 https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiENNHwd6miDqS9CRyNvPYwEUqFQgEKg0IACoGCAowrqkBMKBFMI_CEg Netflix is coming out in 2018 with 700 Originals. More programs than probably most seasons in the entire 1980s. Yes over 700 original programmed…

Episode #32 Tech Talk - Friday, January 26th, 2018. Bitcoin facts, Airbags For Your Waist, VR for Team USA, New privacy Browsers, Home Trash Compactor and more...

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Listen to Adam Oldfield on the Bill Kelly Show AM900 CHML on Friday at 11:35 am or on his Facebook page LIVE! BITCOIN, Even though it’s dropped to less than $11,000 in the past week Bitcoin continues to be used as a resource for people selling their home. You can now purchase a 5250-acre property for to 2.1 million or 124 Bitcoins. The main reason is the currency is available to be exchanged anywhere in the world. Allowing you to travel and use it anywhere. It’s hard to believe that in 2010 – in Florida a kid paid 10,000 bitcoins for 2 pizzas.  Today that pizza would be worth about $141Million. Stripe (online payment) no longer will allow for accepting BITCOINS along with a few other as the fee’s and transaction confirmations are taking too long. https://mashable.com/2018/01/23/bitcoin-stripe-payment-transactions-ending/#dsaBohjUsaq2 You know sometimes your legs can’t hold out and there is now airbags…

Episode #29 - Tech Talk - Friday January 5, 2018 - Olympics Facial Recognition, Intel Bug, Propose with this new iPhone Case and more...

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Listen to Adam Oldfield on Fridays at 11:35 am or watch him on his Facebook page! We talked about the internet of things and there is a new device that is available called Akita instant privacy. You plug it in connect to your router and it will look for suspicious activity and it actually will bury your private information as it does not save it on the cloud. http://mashable.com/2018/01/04/smart-home-privacy-device-akita/#cESUel9BdOqV You’re standing outside on your patio and you realize you’re just too far away to get that internet WiFi signal on your laptop or iPad. This new device from Netgear is water resistant and a satellite that extends your internet capability up to 2500 ft, because heaven forbid if you didn’t have Internet available to you everywhere on your property and a 2500 square feet that’s equal to having a barn a garden or down by the river. https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiEKiLbZ90sgBdBMu1Ke6ZlhAqIggEKhoIACIQd3d3Lm1hc2hhYmxlLmNvbSoECAowCDChmB4 You would…

Episode #28 - Friday December 8th, 2018 - Tech Talk Olympics Facial Recognition, Phone Case Ring Proposal, Stronger Wifi Signal with Extended Antenna,

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Listen to Adam Oldfield on 900 CHML on the Bill Kelly Show at 11:35 am Friday!  Olympics facial recognition, Intel Bug, Propose with this new iPhone case. We talked about the internet of things and there is a new device that is available called Akita Instant Privacy. You plug it in, connect to your router and it will look for suspicious activity and it actually will bury your private information as it does not save it on the cloud. https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiEMtfnSAGaEu5zIJxuWCuOtMqIggEKhoIACIQd3d3Lm1hc2hhYmxlLmNvbSoECAowCDChmB4 You’re standing outside on your patio and you realize you’re just too far away to get that internet WiFi signal on your laptop or iPad. This new device from Netgear is water resistant and a satellite that extends your internet capability up to 2500 ft. Because heaven forbid if you didn’t have Internet available to you everywhere on your property and a 2500 square feet that’s equal to having a…

Episode 18 - Tech Talk - Vader Vacuum, Smart Doorbell, Retail Partnerships, Smart Speakers, Casio Selfie Camera, iPhone X, Foldable screen

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Listen to Adam Oldfield on Tech Talk AM900 CHML on the Bill Kelly Show on Fridays at 11:35 am or on Adam Oldfields Facebook page LIVE! It’s official, as of December AOL Instant Messenger, better known as AIM  is signing off. Once the leader in instant messaging with over 18 million users and became the main plot of a few movies including 1998 You’ve Got Mail. It’s sad, to think you had 18 million people actively using your system and now it’s no longer relevant. https://www.salon.com/2017/10/06/rip-aim-famed-aol-instant-messenger-shutting-down-after-20-years/ Star Wars will be coming out shortly with the new film and I’m sure will be driving fans everywhere crazy. Look out for this Christmas for who’s going to want a dirt Vader vacuum made by Samsung that makes creepy breathing sounds. You have the option of a stormtrooper or Darth Vader to help you suck the force. https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiEH2M-JzhaJVMcJEPAZLkvrUqFggEKg4IACoGCAow3O8nMMqOBjD38Ak An Apple patent was released…

Episode #17 - Tech Talk - Smartphones will never be Cheap Phones, Gadgets to Keep you Warm and more...

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Don’t expect smartphones to get any cheaper. In fact, you might want to keep your smartphone you have for a while. The main reason is because of OLED screens. The bezel screen is controlled by 3 companies. Samsung, LG and a company in Japan that is trying to catch up with the technology. The challenge is that OLED 4K bezel-less display is a huge demand on the future of smartphones. This high demand is creating a high-cost. In summary, Samsung stands to make the most money especially when it comes to providing the product to the iPhone X. Not to mention all the other smartphones will be migrating to this new technology as we as consumers demand it. The challenge is, do we want to spend the money .   https://newsstand.google.com/articles/CAIiEIh06mYBZuVGZNF7YU2Mv0sqFggEKg4IACoGCAow3O8nMMqOBjD38Ak Google just invented Lifelogging. We spoke about cameras around your neck filming your life. A Google’s taking it one step…

Episode #15 - Tech Talk Alexa Powered Smart Glasses, Tesla AI chip for Self Driving cars, Nest Guard Key fob for your Smartphone and more...

Episode #15 - Tech Talk Alexa Powered Smart Glasses, Tesla AI chip for Self Driving cars, Nest Guard Key fob for your Smartphone and more...

by: Adam

Tech Talk for Friday, September 22, 2017 – Episode #15 Sept 22 – First day of Fall, the date sample they use when confirming your credit card AND Adam Oldfield’s Birthday! Forget delivering to your house, Walmart wants to deliver in your house. The retailer is kicking up its delivery game by partnering with August smart home devices to allow for in-home drop-offs. Certain grocery items may even be put away in the fridge and freezer by the delivery person. The pilot will begin in the states, where customers will allow one-time entry into their homes by delivery drivers by using an August Smart Lock. https://techcrunch.com/2017/09/21/walmart-partners-with-smart-lock-maker-august-to-test-in-home-delivery-of-packages-and-groceries/?ncid=mobilerecirc_recent Startup creation is in decline — and that hits the whole economy. 414,000 businesses were created in 2015, a new Census Bureau report finds, compared to 558,000 in 2006. And according to earlier data, the number of companies less than a year old declined…

Episode #14 - iPhone 8 with X Features, Number 2 Smartphone on the Market, Conductive Paint and more...

by: Adam

Listen to Adam Oldfield on 900 CHML on Fridays at 11:35 a.m. for the latest tech! Here is the line up for todays show! Should you or should you NOT charge your battery to 100%???? I’ll advise to which is the right choice for your phone, tablet! iPHONE 8 / X * Mixed reviews on the product; High Pricing for 2 products.* iPhone features:  facial recognition; OLED 4K display   (X only – no button), Wireless charging features. Apple watch (Cell, texting and more)….been around for 4 years already with Samsung.  Works great with the health side Apple full integration with the AR world. Security features – removing after 5 presses on the button the fingerprint ability…requiring a passphrase which is NOT required by law and encrypts phone A feature of the iPhone that I find useless is an emoji that can scan your face and turn it into a unicorn…

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