SafetyCast 2 Calling For Help

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Show Description Leslie, George and Meaghan discuss setting up the fastest ways to contact people in the event of an emergency and providing medical information for first responders. Leslie demonstrates setting up Emergency SOS settings in iOS and talks about the settings for the Apple Watch app. George demonstrates adding emergency contacts for android users.… Continue Reading SafetyCast 2 Calling For Help

#iAUnboxCast 44 – Google Pixel 4

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Show Description On this episode, Jason, Aleeha, and Michael unbox the Google Pixel 4 Providing Feedback We love hearing from you, so feel free to send an email to [email protected]. You can follow us on Facebook, and Twitter. You can also find us on Reddit, and all around the web. Also, don’t forget to check out our YouTube page, and… Continue Reading #iAUnboxCast 44 – Google Pixel 4

Progressive Web Apps vs Native Apps: A Comparison

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Software applications have typically been written to work in our operating systems like Windows and macOS, but with the improvements made to the Internet, it is now possible to make web pages that act like software applications. A few examples of this would be Gmail, Google Docs, or Microsoft Word online. These web based applications… Continue Reading Progressive Web Apps vs Native Apps: A Comparison

#iACast 129 – What Is An App

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Show description On this episode, Michael and Jason discuss the fundamental definition of an app. They also discuss some of the differences between Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android apps, and the methods for developing them. News Android 10 has been released. Apple’s September 10th event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater. Ad SwiftUI… Continue Reading #iACast 129 – What Is An App

Differences between iOS and Android App Development

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Becoming a developer for any platform requires a lot of time, dedication, and will, but sometimes it helps to have resources out there to just read and learn from. iOS and Android are two platforms that dominate the industry, so lets take a look at these platforms, and what it takes to develop for them.… Continue Reading Differences between iOS and Android App Development

#iAcast 98 – Technological camouflage

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On this weekly episode of the iAcast, Aleeha, Jason, Matt, and Michael discuss the latest Google Event in the news section. In the main topic of the show, the panel talks about companies attempting to make home technology look apart of the decor of your home.  For our picks this week, Aleeha chooses a parcel… Continue Reading #iAcast 98 – Technological camouflage

#iACast 91 – Convergence Of Technology

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On this episode of the iACast, Michael, Aleeha and Jason discuss the convergence of technology ideas and concepts between manufacturers and across operating systems. We also address pros and cons of a technological convergence, and how it might affect accessibility. News Google has released Android Pie. Some 2018 MacBook Pro owners are experiencing an issue causing… Continue Reading #iACast 91 – Convergence Of Technology

#iACast 88 – Beta Comparisons

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On this episode of the #iACast, Michael, Jason and Scott discuss the differences between the Apple, Microsoft, and Android beta programs. We also discuss an overheating issue that affected some 2018 MacBook Pros. While Apple has released a software update that is said to fix the overheating problem, the update was not yet available at the time… Continue Reading #iACast 88 – Beta Comparisons

#iACast 86 – Benefits of Code

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This episode of the iACast is a combined episode with the iA CodeCast podcast where we discuss everything related to code. On this episode Michael, Aleeha, and Jason discuss how coding can be rewarding and an amazing career opportunity instead of it being a chore. News We start the show by talking about the new… Continue Reading #iACast 86 – Benefits of Code