Everyday Tech

Everyday Tech

From Mississippi Public Broadcasting

Will a cell phone that fell in water still work? How can you tell if it's safe to shop on a certain website? With the fast-paced and ever-evolving world of technology, it's practically impossible to tackle it all alone, so Everyday Tech is here to help you navigate it all! From computer viruses to cell phone batteries to your social media accounts, MPB's Digital Media Director Ashley Jefcoat is here to answer your everyday questions about your everyday technology. With delightful hosts and calls from our viewers, Everyday Tech proves to be both helpful and enlightening in the world of technology.More from Everyday Tech »

Most Recent Episodes

Net Neutrality

Wiltz Cutrer and Jeremy Thompson explain net neutrality, and talk a little about web browsers.

Technology and Relationships

Jeremy Thompson and Wiltz Cutrer talk about technology and relationships. What should you reveal about yourself on dating apps? How does technology fit into today's relationships?

Everyday Tech Bite: Dating Apps

Looking for love? Wiltz Cutrer talks about practicing safe habits with dating apps.

The Battery Man!

Battery expert, Glenn Brown, talks about different battery types and battery life on tech devices.

SCAM!

Former "Everyday Tech" Host – Ashley Jefcoat joins Wiltz Cutrer and Jeremy Thompson to talk about scams!

Everyday Tech Bite: Scary Scams

Jeremey Thompson and Wiltz Cutrer talk about some common internet scams to look out for.

Internet Privacy

Is everything you do on the internet being seen by someone? How do cookies affect internet browsing?

Everyday Tech Bite: Internet Privacy

Wiltz Cutrer and Jeremy Thompson talk about the risks of divulging personal information on the internet and how much online privacy internet users really have.

Cutting the Cable Cord

The Everyday Tech team talks about alternatives to cable TV and why more people are choosing to get rid of cable.

Everyday Tech Bite: Cord Cutting

Wiltz Cutrer discusses some alternatives to cable TV.

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