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Andy Taylor is Host of TechtalkRadio and its affiliate broadcast. He has been in the Technology Media since 1996 and has served on the Panels at Consumer Electronic Show Las Vegas and Moderated. He has presented a weekly broadcast on New Technology and Gadgets in Tucson's CBS Affiliate KOLD TV as well as been a guest on Radio Segments around the country. He currently serves as resident Tech Analyst for KMSB Fox 11 Tucson

Scott Sands WSPD talks with Andy Taylor of TechtalkRadio

Andy Taylor talked with Afternoon Show Host Scott Sands at NewsRadio 1370 WSPD about CES2017. Covered were some of the Technology idea certainly worth saving Pennies for and of course the ideas that had many scratching their heads saying “Why?” As Scott said “Do we really need to be that lazy?” however the answer most likely is “Why Not?”

Some of the Cool Innovations are discussed and some of the high points for this 50th Anniversary of CES put on by the Consumer Technology Association.

Check out the Video and be sure to check out Scott Sands (And Shaggy Too) on iHeartRadio! and the Podcast for the Show

The Microsoft Hidden Easter Egg!

Happy 8 Bit Day from Microsoft, One of the ways the company is celebrating is by letting you find the Hidden Egg! I remember playing with my son Ricardo on old 8 Bit Games and he always knew the Codes to find the Easter Eggs and yes, The Cheats!! Here ya go –

Go to and click in the Search Bar in the Top Left, Once There, press the up arrow key then up arrow again, down arrow, down arrow, left arrow, right arrow, left arrow, right arrow, and finally enter the B and the A and hit return.

Watch for the 8-Bit T-rex at the Bottom of the Screen,  then three coins which can be dragged to a slot that will appear saying insert coins (How many of these did we spend in Arcades)

It will provide you some links to games! Now, you can also visit our Main Page at – Click on the Listen Live graphic, then select Menu, you will see a Joystick there where you can play some cool games as well!

Happy 8-Bit Day!