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23:00  19 december  2019
23:00  19 december  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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The Talking Tech podcast is available for you every day with a quick hit on the latest tech news, gadget reviews, opinion on tech trends and interviews with —In the Alexa smartphone app (which you use to control the Amazon Echo speakers), you enable the Talking Tech Flash Briefing skill.

Jefferson Graham offers tips on how to listen to the Talking Tech podcast via apps, speakers, TVs and the car. Be Smarter. Faster. More Colorful and get the

The Talking Tech podcast is available for you every day with a quick hit on the latest tech news, gadget reviews, opinion on tech trends and interviews with insiders.

On this page, you'll find quick links to all of our shows.

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Jefferson Graham offers tips on how to listen to the Talking Tech podcast via apps, speakers, TVs and the car.

You can hear #TalkingTech on:

Stitcher (on both Apple and Android.)

Apple Podcasts (Apple devices only.)

Google Podcasts (Android devices only.)

Spotify

or wherever you like to enjoy online audio.

Please rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts and "Favorite" us on Stitcher to help Talking Tech reach a wider audience.

For voice command on demand listening:

We have a new Alexa/Talking Tech skill!

—In the Alexa smartphone app (which you use to control the Amazon Echo speakers), you enable the Talking Tech Flash Briefing skill. Open the app, go to Settings, and click on Flash Briefings. From there, you can access search. Just type in "Talking Tech" and then enable the skill. Now, each morning, you can either say, "Alexa, play Talking Tech Flash Briefing," or "Alexa, play my Flash Briefing."

If you don't want the hassle, you can also on:

—iPhone/iPad: Say "Hey Siri, play Talking Tech with Jefferson Graham," and the show will directly come up via voice command.

—Google Home connected speaker: Just say "Hey Google, play Talking Tech with Jefferson Graham."

—Amazon Echo/Alexa: "Alexa, play USA TODAY Talking Tech podcast."

Follow USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham (@jeffersongraham) on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Listen to the Talking Tech podcast

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