September 11, 2021

In this week’s show, Amazon’s latest push to attract new workers includes promises of free college degrees. Plus, one year later, Facebook and Ray-Ban finally reveal new smart glasses. And NASA is testing air taxis that can transport you from one side of the city to another in minutes. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

September 4, 2021

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In this week’s show, find out why Facebook is cutting back on the amount of political news showing up in your feed. Plus, a new rumor about iPhone 13 involves making calls through satellites — but there’s a catch. And how Logitech plans to make your computer keyboards and mice safer. That and more, plus all your calls and questions.

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August 28, 2021

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In this week’s show, what you need to know about a new data exposure involving nearly 40 million people. Plus, a warning about the viral and dangerous “milk crate challenge.” And how an airplane manufacturer plans to replace in-flight paper magazines with digital versions featuring flexible displays. That and more, plus your calls and questions.

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August 21, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, the Taliban hit 600K followers on Twitter, while Trump is still banned. Find out how social media networks are responding as the Taliban rises in Afghanistan. Plus, smartwatches track everything from steps to sleep, and it was too much for one woman — leaving her with a serious health condition. And Kim has the details on when the iPhone 13 and Apple Watch 7 are coming, along with all the standout features leaked so far. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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August 14, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, a Senate panel has been told China has enough stolen data to create dossiers on every American. Plus, we got a closer look at LG’s luxurious $100K rollable TV and all the details. And Google is working on an AI tool that could change the way we search online. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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August 7, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, another massive data breach involving Facebook affects more than 530 million people. Plus, instead of getting rid of that old phone, Samsung will help you turn it into something else. And how holograms could go mainstream as the next evolution of virtual communication. That and more, plus all your calls and questions

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July 31, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, while the economic recovery continues from the pandemic, Big Tech profits are soaring to new heights. Plus, a notorious app wants to pay users to livestream crime scenes. And hear about the latest streaming service coming to Tesla vehicles, along with ‘Car Wash Mode.’ That and more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 24. 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos had a message for customers and employees following his brief trip to space, and it wasn’t well-received. Plus, two new celebrity voices have been added to your Echo speaker. And new tech allows museums to watch how you react to artwork. That and more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 17, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, that “anonymous” advertising ID on your phone might not be so anonymous, thanks to a loophole. It’s hard to get the blue checkmark verification on social media, so here come the scammers. And one expert says marrying robots will be “normal” by the end of the century. That and more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 10, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, at least 1,500 businesses have been impacted by one of the worst ransomware attacks ever. How to protect yourself. Plus, you can try out Microsoft’s updated Office software before it’s released. And how to make six figures as a commercial drone pilot. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 3, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, how technology is being used to aid rescue workers at the scene of a collapsed condo building in Florida. Plus, major wireless carriers just rolled out a new system to reduce the number of robocalls you receive. And a new blood test can detect 50 types of cancer. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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June 26, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, legal scholars are working on new rules when it comes to countries hacking other countries. Plus, Windows 11 has been officially announced and we have all the details on what’s coming. And a major battery breakthrough could lower phone charging times to five minutes. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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June, 19, 2021 More >>

In this week’s show, a big week for cryptocurrency, including the U.S. government’s plan to create its very own “digital dollar.” Plus, a new leak reportedly shows Microsoft’s next major version of Windows — and it looks very familiar. And Amazon’s cashierless store of the future has finally arrived. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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