Power of the media, Apple cash, Facebook again, and digital copiers.
1. Power of the media
4. Digital Copiers – Security Risk?
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This week on Waves of Tech 183, Steve and Dave are joined by Rick from Tech of Sports as they talk about Apple’s WWDC announcements and discuss an interesting meetup between Rick and a few Microsoft representatives. Enjoy the podcast and don’t forget to share the podcast with a family member, friend, or coworker this week. Get ready, it’s time to ride the waves of tech.
We share some personal IT stories that have shaped the beginning of our weeks and proudly support the men and women behind the scenes getting things up and running. Microsoft is attempting to modernize the voting system around the world with their new open source and free software called ElectionGuard. The art and enjoyment of magazines is fading away quickly and share why their place in today’s world still matters. Microsoft is also pushing out prompt messages letting users now to migrate to Windows 10 as support for Windows 7 support nears the end of life in January 2020. With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we share some technology related gift ideas that will surely bring a smile to the faces of your loved ones.
We kickoff the podcast sharing some quick tips to be aware of to avoid being scammed in your mobile app stores. Trust us, it’s a real thing. The rest of the podcast is dedicated to Amazon. Amazon Web Services handing out 19 grants for funding to improve city’s and businesses’ cloud based tools to improve public and transportation services. Amazon filed a trademark for a Meal-Kit that created a drop in Blue Apron’s stock by 12%, setting up a potential major move based on Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods. All this discussion leads to a question – Are there antitrust concerns with Amazon at this point?