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In the first hour, as if you don’t have enough to worry about, now trolls, scammers and other cyber crooks are trying to capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic. Find out how to avoid being taken. Plus, ISPs around the country are pledging to keep your internet service turned on, even if you can’t pay the bill right now because of the pandemic.

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MARCH 20, 2020 – HOUR 2 More >>

In the second hour, your local stores aren’t the only retailers having trouble keeping shelves stocked. Amazon is, too, but has a plan to get back on track - by hiring 100,000 people. Plus, cyber attacks are targeting government agencies tasked with guiding pandemic response, while other hackers have decided to back off. We’ll tell you why.

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In the third hour, find out some of the more interesting methods being used to track the spread of coronavirus - including research into a video game incident back in 2005. Plus, don’t believe the viral posts claiming that 5G has something to do with the coronavirus. And, you can still watch Netflix with your friends with this handy extension.

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March 14, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, the latest tech headlines about the spread of coronavirus, including phishing scams you need to be aware of, and the impact working remotely could have on your home network. Plus, a scary new sextortion site promises nude photos of someone you know. And, find out about the best sites to watch movies for free.

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March 14, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, find out how phone location services turned an innocent man into a burglary suspect. Plus, a secretive app has a confession to make about a data exposure involving millions of personal records. And, you won’t believe the reason why a 36-year-old woman called 911 on her parents. Find out why it led to her arrest.

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March 14, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, a design studio has unveiled their vision for the future of cargo transport, and it’s not like any semi truck you’ve seen before. Plus, one automaker’s latest concept car is trading the steering wheel for joysticks. And, an electronics maker known for its TVs might have created a truly innovative foldable smartphone.

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March 7, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, businesses around the world are concerned about the potential impact of the coronavirus. Now, some are looking at AI-powered cameras that can detect if a person has a fever. Plus, there’s a scary new way scammers are pretending to be someone they’re not. And, find out how to keep political texts off of your phone.

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March 7, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, it’s no secret that Facebook knows a lot about you, but it’s not because they’re always listening. If you owned a certain model of iPhone a few years ago, you could be in line for a payout thanks to a class-action settlement against Apple. And, Google Assistant has a handy new trick you won’t find through Alexa.

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March 7, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, Boeing unveiled a new design for the future of combat helicopters. Find out about its high-tech features. Plus, here’s a new electric car concept that really “extends” past the competition. And, video games aren’t just for kids anymore. Find out how video game technology and simulators are helping doctors improve their work.

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February 29, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, for years the NSA quietly conducted mass surveillance of phone calls and text messages. You won’t believe how unsuccessful it really was. Plus, your smart speakers are listening even more than you think they are, thanks to your TV. And, a warning about a viral online challenge that could lead to serious injuries -- or death. 

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February 29, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, Amazon just opened a brand new grocery store but this one has no cashiers. Plus, move over, heart rate monitors and ECGs, because a new prototype promises to detect heart failure days in advance. And, you only have a few months left to upgrade your driver’s license if you ever want to jump on a flight again.

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February 29, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, find out about the maiden flight of an impressive manned drone that can perform aerial acrobatics and hit nearly 90 mph. Plus, a new singer-songwriter preparing to release its first album and go on tour isn’t your typical musician -- it’s a robot. And, we have a sneak peak of what’s rumored to be coming to future iPhones.

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