August 13, 2022

In this week’s show, Google search results may spill some of your most personal details. Here’s how to remove them. Plus, if you pay for cable, there are free perks you should know about. And a few simple ways to tell if someone has been snooping on your computer. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

August 6, 2022

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In this week’s show, in less than a month, Elon Musk went from musing about starting his own social media company to buying Twitter for $44 billion. Here’s what happens next. Plus, how tech helped a man reclaim his lost luggage. And get ready for an electrified Chevrolet Corvette. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 30, 2022

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In this week’s show, the government invests $400 million to bring high-speed internet to rural communities. Plus, Tesla’s Autopilot comes under fire once again after a driver kills a motorcyclist while using the hands-free feature. And Kim has a list of the best free Windows and Mac security downloads for your computer. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 23, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, the District Attorney in a major U.S. city wants her police department to tap into privately-owned security cameras in the name of public safety. Too bad it’s a violation of Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights. Plus, Kim has five ways to think more like a hacker to protect your money — and five signs your phone is tapped. And if you’re ready to sort out your messy photo collection finally, listen for the steps to get it done correctly. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 16, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, a new state law requires gun applicants to provide their social media accounts. I’ll tell you what officials are looking for. Plus, you know your phone and computer can be hacked, but what about your TV? There are three major warning signs. And today’s smartphone cameras are good enough to get pro-quality shots if you know the right tricks. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 9, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, North Korean hackers are targeting healthcare organizations. Kim has literal life-saving tips for anyone who works in the industry. Plus, Apple’s new Lockdown Mode for iPhone offers extreme security — and the company is willing to pay $2 million to anyone that can break through it. And Google knows way more than your email address and phone number. There are three creepy lists lurking in your account history that show Google knows close to everything about you. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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July 2, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, the FCC asked Google and Apple to remove TikTok from their app stores. You won’t believe just how much user info is being shared with the Chinese company behind the viral video app. Plus, the cryptocurrency meltdown continues as a major crypto hedge fund defaulted on a $670 million loan. And your phone contains a secret ID that’s supposed to protect your identity from advertisers. A new report shows your data isn’t as private as any of us might hope. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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June 25, 2022 More >>

  In this week’s show, ever wonder just how much money Big Tech companies make? I’ve got the inside scoop on how much Amazon, Google and Facebook make every single minute of the day. Plus, crypto scammers have a smart new way to fool even the savviest people into handing over money. And Amazon just debuted a new Alexa technology that would allow you to reconnect with a dead relative. Good idea or just plain creepy? That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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June 18,2022 More >>

In this week’s show, Amazon owns an encrypted messaging app that allows perverts to exchange child porn. Why hasn’t anything been done to stop this? Plus, a Google software engineer is on paid leave after claiming a Google AI program is alive. Does his claim hold water? And Apple has a plan to do away with passwords. Sounds convenient, but the jury is still out on whether it can really keep our accounts safe. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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June 11, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, my take on social media’s role in school shootings — and why they refuse to do anything about it. Plus, parents are suing Meta after their daughter’s social media use led to some dire consequences. And Americans are stripping down on the subscription-based OnlyFans site. You won’t believe how much money they’re making. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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June 4, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, a new study shows how easily the Amazon Echo, Google Nest and other smart devices can be hacked. Plus, Val Kilmer makes a comeback in “Top Gun: Maverick” with the help of AI, and IBM’s self-sailing ship crossing the Atlantic without any humans onboard just hit another snag. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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May 28, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, the upcoming 3G shutdown will impact far more than your old cellphones. Plus, move over, “Wordle,” here comes a puzzle game all about geography called “Worldle.” And Ford is making it easy to create your own 3D-printed accessories for one of its new trucks. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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May 21, 2022 More >>

In this week’s show, there’s a new twist in Elon Musk’s bid to buy Twitter. Find out why the deal is on ice right now. Plus, the government put the breaks on its plan to police online content and the Hollywood stars that have gone radio silent since crypto cratered. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

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