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MARCH 28, 2020 - HOUR 1 More >>

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MARCH 20, 2020 – HOUR 1 More >>

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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MARCH 20, 2020 – HOUR 3 More >>

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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February 22, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, a group of researchers say smartphone addiction causes physical changes to your brain similar to that of drug use. Plus, as more internet-connected cars hit the road, they become prime targets for hackers. But “hacking” some cars only takes a small strip of tape. And, find out how to fix the latest Windows update issue.

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February 22, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, malware that preys on coronavirus fears is spreading as fast as the illness. Find out how to avoid getting scammed. Plus, a unique device you wear on your wrist promises to keep your smart speaker from listening to private conversations. And, find out why a new camera feature on a smartphone is raising serious privacy concerns.

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February 22, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, jetpacks aren’t just science fiction anymore, as one company just passed a major milestone in a test of their high-tech wingsuit. Plus, a new wearable on Indiegogo promises to change your mood on demand with electromagnetic waves. And, find out how to avoid being fooled by clever Facebook Messenger scams.

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February 15, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, you won’t believe how much Jeff Bezos just spent on the most expensive home in L.A. - or how little it cost him. Plus, China has a new app that alerts citizens if they’ve been near people infected with coronavirus. And, if you think your Mac is immune to malware, think again, and now they’re prime targets for hackers.

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February 15, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, Apple and Fuschia are names celebrities gave their babies, and now it’s a trend among other parents. Find out why. Plus, Samsung wants to correct the mistakes of their original folding phone with a new model sporting a very familiar design. And, find out how much internet speed you need for popular streaming services.

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February 15, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, a grieving mother is using virtual reality to reunite with her deceased 6-year-old daughter. Plus, how first responders benefit from new tech, such as thermal heads-up displays that allow firefighters to “see” through smoke. And, no car keys, no problem with an exciting new feature that could be coming soon to iPhones.

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February 8, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, did you know that five major tech companies make up almost 20% of the stock market? Find out why that should worry you. Plus, scary new malware is targeting critical infrastructure control systems. And, 13 years after the debut of the iPhone, once-reigning smartphone maker BlackBerry might finally be finished for good.

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February 8, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, you can meet new people through the all-new Amazon Dating with Prime shipping, except for the fact that it’s a parody site. Plus, if you’re ready to upgrade to a new iPhone, you have a good reason to wait until March. And, as the iPad celebrates its 10th anniversary, we’ll share our list of the most essential apps you need.

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February 8, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, in Tomorrow’s Tech Today, hear about a self-driving rideshare car that doesn’t even have a steering wheel. Plus, expect to see more artificial intelligence showing up in places like convenience stores and fast food restaurants. And, what you need to know about a smart light bulb that could put your home network at risk.

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February 1, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, modern tech is helping track the recent coronavirus outbreak, but on the flip side, it’s also helping the spread of fake news. Plus, retailers behind targeted ads are going old school. Now don’t be surprised to see online ads showing up in your actual mailbox at home. And, find out how to get paid by using your Apple Watch.

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February 1, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, thousands of third-party sellers are on Amazon Marketplace, but who’s liable if something bad happens with a product you bought? Plus, another retro gadget is making a comeback. Ready for the return of the Sony Walkman? And, the video doorbell on your porch could be sharing data behind your back.

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February 1, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, you know Dyson for their vacuums and bladeless fans, and now they think you need their new $650 lamp. Plus, what’s being called the “world’s smallest flying car” has begun test flights. Find out just how small it is. And, did you know there are apps that will pay you for doing almost nothing at all? We’ll tell you about them.

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January 25, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, with this scary new app, anyone can snap a photo of you to find out who you are and where you live. Plus, shocking new details in the way Jeff Bezos’ personal phone was hacked. Is your device at risk? And, for the first time ever, some voters will be able to cast their ballots for elected officials through their smartphones.

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January 25, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, you’ll still have to wait months for the long-rumored 5G iPhone, but Apple could soon be rolling out a budget version of their existing handset. Plus, if you think AirPods are expensive, wait until you hear how much Louis Vuitton’s luxury earbuds cost. And, find out if owning an electric vehicle really is cheaper in the long run.

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January 25, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, a luxury automaker has a clever idea for a shape-shifting car seat that could benefit your health. Plus, your next contact lenses could have tiny AR displays built right in. Find out how they work and how the company behind them hopes they’ll be used. And, don’t fall for this scam site that promises to pay data breach victims.

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January 18, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, a recent study shows that 10 of the most popular apps, some of a very sensitive nature, are sharing your data with dozens of companies. Plus, make sure your PC is running the latest version of Windows 10 because of a major flaw discovered by the NSA. And, people are finding pictures of their dead loved ones on Google Maps.

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January 18, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, learn about the new design and other features Facebook is in the process of rolling out and what it means for you. Plus, applying for a job can be hard enough, but now you have to contend with AI screening as well. Find out how to get your resume through. And, how to use an iPhone as a Google security key.

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January 18, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, Ford is adding high-tech features to upcoming cars meant to keep you even more safe during your travels. Plus, there’s a new trend to make healthy choices while shopping, and it’s all in your DNA. And, if you shop at Amazon, chances are you’re going to need help with an order or two. Find out how to avoid getting scammed.

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January 11, 2020 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, at the annual CES event in Las Vegas, a lot of companies put a big focus on your privacy. Plus, SpaceX is launching more of their internet satellites into space. Find out why astronomers aren’t happy about it. And, a recent study says 40 percent of American adults can’t fix basic household problems without the internet.

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January 11, 2020 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, there were plenty of big announcements at the annual CES event this year, from massive TVs to artificial humans. Listen to find out what was announced, including the hits and the big misses. Plus, learn nine streaming service pro tips to help you save money. And, it’s already time to be on the lookout for these tax scams.

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January 11, 2020 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, from concept cars inspired by big movie sequels to yachts that respond to voice commands, the CES show had no shortage of transportation-related tech. Plus, one day your contact lenses might have computers built right in. And, if you haven’t already, it’s imperative that you update your PC from Windows 7 to Windows 10.

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