Longer days and warmer temperatures mean that summertime has finally arrived! As schools are wrapping up the school year and kids are looking forward to summer break, parents are more than likely trying to figure out how to keep their kids busy for the next couple of months. SumnerOne’s Technology Expert, Rion Kolosieke joined Guy Phillips and the KTRS crew to talk about STEM camps for kids.
We kicked off Memorial Day weekend last Friday with our Tech Talk segment on The Big 550 KTRS on The Guy Phillips Show. Even though Guy was unavailable, his co-hosts Heidi Glaus and Josh Gilbert kept the show rolling with our IT expert, Randy Moore. The group talked about a little bit of everything from charging your cell phone on the go to ransomware and a little bit of everything in between. Tech Talk presented by SumnerOne is your go-to resource for the latest in technology news and a good laugh each week!
Facebook can recognize us in photos, and our faces can unlock our smartphones, facial recognition software is in play all around us. Our IT expert, Jeff Groby, joined Guy Phillips and Heidi Glaus for Tech Talk on The Big 550 KTRS to discuss the positives and negatives that can go along with the growing software changes.
Can my device hear me? It's been a hot question on everyone's mind since people have been adding devices like Amazon Alexa to their homes at a steady pace. Our IT expert, Rion Kolosieke, joined Guy Phillips, Heidi Glaus, and Josh Gilbert on location at Laumeier Sculpture Park for Tech Talk on The Big 550 KTRS to answer the burning question.
What's the difference between a hacker and an ethical hacker? SumnerOne's IT expert, Jeff Groby, headed off to The Big 550 KTRS to discuss the difference and help a few listeners with device questions for Tech Talk last week.
When you were younger and would dream about what the future would be like, surely you imagined self-driving or even flying cars. Our IT expert, Rion Kolosieke, joined Guy Phillips and his crew last week for Tech Talk to discuss where current technology is at when it comes to self-driving vehicles and the different concerns it could bring to the roadways.
Have you noticed an influx of robocalls in the past few years? A recent study by Consumer Reports stated that on average there are 1,500 robocalls generated every second in the United States! As shocking as that it, the number of calls has increased more than 50% since 2017. Robocalls are annoying and becoming increasingly harder to detect. Our IT expert, Jeff Groby, joined Guy Phillips last week for Tech Talk on KTRS to tackle the topic and share some tips for end users to avoid the infuriating calls.