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Join host Kent Osborne and his panel of geeks for a look at technology and questions from listeners.

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Cut, Copy, Paste creator dies, safe online payment practices, and draconian drone regulations

On today's techradio we talk about the passing away of a notable Xerox PARC employee, SDPB's Heather Benson talks to us about your online payment safety, and we wrap the show up talking about important drone regualtions in the works.

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HBD Google Maps, Ransomeware in SD, and listener questions

On today's show we discuss the 15th birthday of Google Maps, ransomware that hits close to home, and take listner questions. Science and Technology reporting is brought to you by SDN Communications, your business broadband provider. Learn more at sdncommunications.com

January 3rd TechRadio: CES preview, privacy

Host Kent Osborne was joined by Amos Aesoph, he is Chief Security Officer at the Sioux Falls technology services company Xigent , and Craig Mount owner of the Rapid City digital marketing firm Classy Brain. Science and Technology reporting is brought to you by SDN Communications, your business broadband provider. Learn more at sdncommunications.com

TECHRADIO Dec 20 2019

Today on in the moment TechRadio we looked back at the decade that was – and looked forward to a shiny new tech future. Our cast of techies joining us today was Amos Aesoph, Chief Security Officer at Xigent, and Jeffery Litterick, Senior Network & Security Architect, at BIT in Pierre.

Dec. 6th TechRadio

Join us for a look at the Peleton ad backlash, talk future phone tech, the homoginazation of social media apps and more. Support for technology and innovation reporting comes from SDN Communications, your business broadband provider. Learn more at sdncommunications.com

2019 Guide to Geek Gifting

On our annual Guide to Geek gifting, we talk about the lessening impact of Black Friday in recent years, and ideas for gifting. The folks at EarlyBlackFriday.com do a great job organizing the ads for you, and also passed along some tips we talked about on the show as well: 1) While a lot of retailers are trying to move "Black Friday" to earlier in the week, Best Buy is trying to extend Black Friday even further this year by releasing new doorbuster deals on Black Friday and the Saturday after

Fitbit news, political ad ban, and FTC fines

Classy Brain's Craig Mount joins Amos Aesophe from Xigent Solutions for an hour of tech news and discussion on the November 1st, 2019 TechRadio. Support for technology and innovation reporting comes from SDN Communications, your business broadband provider. Learn more at sdncommunications.com

Lots of gaming news and tips on buying tech on the 18 Oct Techradio

Personal Tech for the Non-Techy When it comes to shopping for a new phone, computer or other personal technology, the options can be overwhelming. Every article, every salesman and every person you talk to has a different view on the subject. It may seem like the more you learn, the less you know about what is the best option for you. Before you even head to the store or the web to start shopping, take a moment to ask yourself a few key questions that can help narrow the list: 1. What do you

Surface hardware, NN, and Facebook Journalism

Kent, Amos, and Jeff discuss the news of the day, take listener questions, and learn of local events on the October 4, 2019 TechRadio. Support for technology and innovation reporting comes from SDN Communications, your business broadband provider. Learn more at sdncommunications.com

Body modification, Dark Patterns, DefCon on TechRadio

On today's TechRadio we talk a bit about body modification to incorporate tech, deceptive marketing practices called dark patterns, and round out the discussion talking about last weekends DefCon. Support for technology and innovation reporting comes from SDN Communications, your business broadband provider. Learn more at sdncommunications.com

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