October 12, 2019 - Hour 1

In the first hour, it’s been established that smart speakers and other devices are listening to what you say, but now they could also be watching. We have details. Plus, facial recognition is becoming more common at airports, but at what cost to your privacy? And, there’s a new scam on the rise that can catch you off guard.

October 12, 2019 - Hour 2

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In the second hour, put the jet skis away because soon, you might be able to glide just a few feet above the water. Plus, high-tech concerts are becoming more and more popular, because these shows star musicians who have passed away. And, if you think your iPhone is charging more slowly, you’re not imagining it. We’ll tell you why it’s happening.

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October 12, 2019 - Hour 3

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In the final hour, Apple could have even more tech on the way sooner than you might think, including special glasses. Plus, we’ll tell you how you can turn off Facebook’s most annoying feature. And, if you have an Amazon Echo smart speaker, we’ll tell you the essential settings you should change to keep your privacy intact.

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October 5, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, it wasn’t just new laptops and tablets Microsoft unveiled at their latest event. Now they have plans for their own folding phone. Plus, Tesla’s newest feature is meant to add convenience, but instead it’s leading to a number of fender benders. And, more than 200 million accounts of this popular gaming app have been exposed.

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October 5, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, Rolls Royce has their own vision for a car of the future, combining luxury with artificial intelligence. Plus, ever wanted a trashcan that will take itself to the curb? Now you can live the dream. And, if you’re tired of rush hour traffic and you live in this big city, you can catch an Uber that will fly you across town in a helicopter.

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October 5, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, if you prefer the classic look of a jean jacket, consider a high-tech upgrade to one that will answer your calls. Plus, you’ll never lose the pieces to this AR-powered board game. And, how fast can you tap out a message on your phone? You’ll never believe how many words per minute some people are typing.

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September 28, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, after years of promises and months of waiting, the Samsung Galaxy Fold has arrived. Now the question is, can we actually trust it? Plus, Facebook just bought a startup working on mind-reading wristbands. Find out what they’re planning. And, Google might have achieved “quantum supremacy,” but what is that? We’ll explain.

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September 28, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, you won’t believe what powers this wildly expensive superyacht concept. Plus, Samsung has plans for a new TV that will offer faster streaming than anything you had before. And, you don’t have to pay big bucks for Photoshop to get the best editing tools. We’ll tell you about the free alternatives.

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September 28, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, one company’s popular safety product replaces your bicycle helmet with an airbag for your head. Plus, Google Maps is rolling out a new feature that’ll make it much harder to track where you’re going and where you’ve been. And, we’ll tell you why you need to update your iPhone to the latest iOS 13.1 right now.

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September 21, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, a new report says your smart TVs and other devices are collecting and sharing data far more than you realize. Plus, Facebook’s creepy new gadget could be watching you while you’re watching TV. And, NBC just announced details for its upcoming streaming service, along with some surprising plans for reboots.

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September 21, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, we’ll tell you about Uber’s new feature that could detect trouble on your trip automatically. Plus, Apple’s new iOS blocks some apps that want to track you, but Facebook is trying a new way to get around it. And, those private meetings on your Google Calendar might not be so private after all, and could easily be exposed.

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September 21, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, Amazon is adding a big new feature to its streaming music service that most competitors don’t have. Plus, what you need to know about dozens of malware-filled apps that you need to remove from your phone. And, Google has new tech on the horizon that combines features of two of their biggest products.

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September 14, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, all the details about Apple’s latest iPhones, other tech and their streaming service looking to take on both Netflix and Disney. Plus, the next big disruption for business could make selling your house much easier. And, Google is about to start collecting even more data, this time with your face.

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September 14, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, Audi has an idea of what a hi-tech offroad vehicle should look like, and you’ll never believe what it uses for headlights. Plus, we’ll tell you about the gaming system of the future your kids are sure to want, no matter how outrageous it is. And, you’ve heard about color-changing light bulbs, but what about color-changing ink?

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September 14, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, the next time Alexa doesn’t know the answer to your question, the voice assistant will go asking for help. Plus, a cautionary tale about what not to do if the bank accidentally deposits thousands of dollars into your account. And, a warning for Instagram users that your private posts might not be so private after all.

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September 7, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, another major leak of Facebook records, this time totalling more than 400 million. Plus, you’ve seen deepfake videos but now thanks to AI there are deepfake voices. And it cost one company hundreds of thousands of dollars. We’ve got the details.

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September 7, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, move over Bruce Willis; NASA has a real plan to keep an asteroid from colliding with Earth. Plus, another group of experts is predicting what the world will look like in 50 years and they’ve got some interesting ideas. And, Facebook has finally rolled out a new feature to protect your privacy. We’ll tell you what setting to change.

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September 7, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, Apple’s annual event to announce the latest iPhone and other tech is right around the corner. We’ll tell you what to expect. Plus there’s another dumb phone on the way to help break smartphone addiction, but it comes with a heavy price tag. And, we’ll tell you what you need to know before getting rid of your old phone.

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August 31, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, you might think social credit systems like they have in China could never make their way into the U.S., they’re actually already here. Plus, recent tests show some of the most popular smartphones out there leak far more radiation than government safety limits. And, Amazon is still selling thousands of unsafe products.

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August 31, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, if you get tired of product placements popping up in your favorite TV shows and movies, bad news. Those “ads” could be getting much more personal. Plus, if you’ve ever wanted to see things from your pet’s point of view, now you can. And, forget the car keys. With this new SUV, your phone is the only thing you’ll need.

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August 31, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, Amazon-owned Ring’s partnership with law enforcement around the country is bigger than we thought. Plus, how’s your posture? If you slouch while working at your desk, this smartwatch will tell you to sit up straight. And, if you’re thinking about buying a new laptop, wait until the beginning of October. We’ll tell you why.

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August 24, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, before you dive in and apply for Apple’s shiny new credit card, there’s an agreement you might not be aware of that could cause trouble later. We’ll tell you how to opt out. Plus, 2019 is on track to be the worst year for data breaches ever. One trick could help protect your accounts. And, find out when the new iPhones come out.

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August 24, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, one company’s fully-functional spaceport is complete, and they’re almost ready to begin commercial flights into space. Plus, you never have to stop watching your favorite shows with this 4K TV-equipped smart bed of the future. And, you could be in line for a big payday from various class-action lawsuits.

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August 24, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, a gadget that’s been online since the dawn of the internet we know today is about to be shut down. Find out about the webcam that’s been online for 25 years. Plus, we’re expecting to see upgraded Apple Watches announced alongside the new iPhones. Find out what’s in store. And, why it’s the perfect time for a new laptop.

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August 17, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, you might start seeing cameras where you least expect, as the Pentagon is testing surveillance balloons over six U.S. states. Plus, robocall blockers are meant to protect your privacy, but they could actually be doing the opposite. And, it seems no connected device is safe from hackers, not even your fancy DSLR camera.

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August 17, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, learn about spears and boats equipped with shark-repelling technology. Plus, there’s a new trend for redesigning office spaces to lower your stress levels and make you happier. And, one woman decided that the best way to never lose her car key again was to have it implanted directly into her arm.

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August 17, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, a new foldable phone is on the way from another major tech firm, but will it cast a shadow over Samsung’s Galaxy Fold? Plus, watch where you’re walking because you might be seeing a lot more delivery robots hitting the pavement. And, Google has a new tool for teachers to put a stop to plagiarism in the classroom.

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August 10, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

Learn how technology is ushering in the concerts of the future, from augmented reality to immersive 3D sound. Plus, there’s a new sport to play and it was created entirely by artificial intelligence. And, make sure you’re aware of new I.D. requirements for domestic air travel. They go into effect sooner than you think.

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August 10, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

Facing scrutiny from the public and quite a few governments, Facebook unveiled a site and app redesign, along with other big changes. Plus, you’ll never believe some of the most vulnerable passwords people are still using. And for the very first time, an aerial drone was used to deliver a life-saving organ for a transplant surgery.

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August 10, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

Google made some big announcements this week, from more AR to issues involving your privacy. We’ve got the details. Plus, a lot of advocates are voicing their concerns about Amazon Echo Dots for kids, and the sensitive data they collect. And move over, self-lacing shoes, Nike is ready to start scanning your feet to find that perfect fit.

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August 3, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, another day, another data breach but unlike a number of others so far this year, this one affects more than 100 million people who used Capital One. Plus, the next time you buy a house, Amazon might give you thousands of dollars worth of coupons and tech. And, your generic phone chargers could lead to serious injuries.

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August 3, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, you won’t believe what one group says will be in homes of the future, like furniture that changes shape. Plus, here’s your chance to get your very own flying motorcycle, but i’ll cost you. And, you may think you’ve seen crazy smartphone designs before, but a new Samsung patent for a 3-screen phone could take the cake.

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August 3, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, Elon Musk says streaming services are finally coming soon to Tesla vehicles. Find out which ones. Plus, 3M’s new packaging material may completely eliminate the need for boxes and tape the next time you need to ship something. And, watch out for scammers on Nextdoor and other places you might not expect.

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July 27, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, Google wants to take detailed scans of your face, and they’ll even pay you a tiny amount for it. Plus, Microsoft plans to distribute free software to secure voting machines and prevent tampering with the next big election. And, if you were affected by the massive Equifax data breach in 2017, you could be owed up to $20,000.

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July 27, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, a first-of-its-kind skyport is nearly complete in Miami at one of the most luxurious residential condo towers in the world. Plus, as more and more devices become connected, it was inevitable that smart diapers would become a reality. And, a new design for the middle seat on airlines might be a welcome change for your elbows.

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July 27, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the final hour, massive amounts of data is being transferred to the cloud but you probably wouldn’t expect it to get there by tractor trailer. Plus, you could earn thousands of dollars if you’re able to break some of Google’s products. And, a viral new website can turn your selfie into a 15th century work of art. We’ll show you how.

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July 20, 2019 - Hour 1More >>

In the first hour, ever feel like you’re being watched? The Happiest Place on Earth is going all-in tracking theme park guests to generate extra profits for Disney. Plus, Elon Musk wants you to buy a Tesla, go to space and now get a microchip implanted into your brain. And, forget the cameras; now you can add flamethrowers to your drone.

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July 20, 2019 - Hour 2More >>

In the second hour, there’s another delivery robot on the way and this one’s fast enough to take travel in the bicycle lane. Plus, we’ll tell you about amazing new hologram technology for translating languages. And, the world’s largest outdoor TV is on the way, and you won’t believe how much the 300-inch beast costs.

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July 20, 2019 - Hour 3More >>

In the third hour, a viral joke about raiding Area 51 with more than a million people to “see them aliens” is getting a real warning from the U.S. Air Force. Plus, take me out to the ballgame where you might soon see robots as umpires. And, what you need to know about the trending app that makes you look older and its major privacy risks.

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