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Welcome to episode 87 of the Blind Tech Guys. We trust you will enjoy this episode. As always, we thank you for your support and for being a part of the community.

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What’s New In The News


Xiaomi introduces 200W wired and 120W wireless HyperCharge tech


Samsung phones with AMD GPU to get ray tracing capabilities


LG smartphone production ends today


WhatsApp backtracks on limiting functionality for users who rhefuse privacy policy


Court docs: Google made it harder for Android users to find privacy settings


Apple tells podcast creators that the launch of its subscription platform is delayed


Windows 11 is coming?


11 Google Keep tips and tricks you need to know


Google is releasing Fuchsia OS, starting w/ 1st-gen Nest Hub ...

Main Topic

Thanks to a listener’s request, Marco demonstrates Google Keep and shows us how powerful it is.

Following on from our interviews related to ClubHouse and ClubDeck, Marco demonstrates how to use ClubDeck and Kirt demonstrates how to run ClubHouse on his Android phone.

Did You Know

Continuing our settings series, Kirt explores notification settings on his iPhone 8 and shares his thoughts on the pros and cons of iOS notifications compared to the Android way of doing it.

Listener Emails

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