May 8, 2021 - Hour 1

In the first hour, you can take a trip to space as soon as July if you win an auction for a seat on a new rocket. Plus, you won’t believe how much companies like Amazon and Apple make every single minute. And while celebs like Elvis and Marilyn Monroe have been gone for decades, you wouldn’t know it from their social media followers.

May 8, 2021 - Hour 2

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In the second hour, one lawmaker’s cautionary tale about why it’s not a good idea to attend a Zoom meeting while you’re behind the wheel. Plus, like it or not, get ready for two-factor authentication to be enabled on your Google account. And details on a new earthquake alert system that’s now in place on the west coast of the U.S.

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May 8, 2021 - Hour 3

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In the third hour, Facebook is taking on Nextdoor with its new “neighborhoods” feature. Plus, it seems Apple really is working on a foldable iPhone but we’ll explain why you shouldn’t expect to see it anytime very soon. And shoppers at one major grocery store chain could soon be getting their orders delivered by drones. Find out where.  

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May 1, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, the global chip shortage is only getting worse, and it’s going to make it harder to find everything from a new computer to kitchen appliances. Plus, a strange revelation as the U.S. Postal Service admits spying on people through social media. And, a big internet outage in one town wasn’t the work of hackers — it was wildlife.

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May 1, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour another major privacy feature has finally arrived on your iPhone that will fundamentally change how apps can track you across the web. Plus, Samsung just held its third event of the year to unveil new laptops that further bridge the gap with smartphones. And hear about a privacy-focused browser that pays you to watch ads.

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May 1, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, we already have smartwatches, smart rings and smart glasses. Now the next major evolution in wearable tech could be electronic skin. Plus, find out how deepfake satellite images could result in a “severe national security threat.” And a practical tech tip with easy steps to erase your browser and social media search history.  

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April 24, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, what appears to be an Amazon delivery van was spotted in NYC stealing barricades, and Amazon calls it an imposter. Is it happening in other cities? Plus, Apple’s next wave of privacy updates are coming to iPhones next week — what they mean for you. And not answering this IRS crypto question could delay your refund.

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April 24, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, from the long-rumored AirTags to new iPads and iMacs, we’ll go over all the tech Apple just revealed. Plus, More than three months after being shut down, the free speech app Parler is coming back to the Apple App Store. Instead of getting rid of that old phone, Samsung will help you turn it into something else.  

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April 24, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, after losing members, Netflix is looking to add revenue through AI that digitally adds product placements into older movies and TV shows. Plus, in the biggest Windows taskbar update in years, you can now customize widgets like news and weather. And Google Meet is adding new features soon, like video backgrounds.

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April 17, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, the company promising to implant a microchip into a person’s brain says it could happen this year. Plus, the fight against offensive terms has made its way to computing, and a debate is underway. And don’t worry about that big Microsoft software vulnerability, because the FBI might have fixed the problem for you.

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April 17, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, following a two-year wait, LG’s rollable TV is finally available to order in the U.S., but you’ll have to be rolling in it to afford one. Plus, don’t buy a new iPad or Mac until after Apple’s big event on April 20. Wait for the deals. And after 20 years, the entire line of Logitech Harmony universal remotes are being discontinued.

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April 17, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, experts say the next evolution in virtual communication is holograms and it could go mainstream before the end of this decade. Plus, move over Tesla, because some Ford Mustang Mach-E and F-150s are getting a self-driving upgrade this year. And anexercise bike for streaming and gaming is here to make working out fun.  

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April 10, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, another massive data breach involving Facebook, this time involving more than 530 million people. Find out what to do. Plus, while doctors might tell you it’s a bad idea to Google medical symptoms, a new study says otherwise. And be on the lookout for “Zoom Zombies” on the road. Sounds like a bad movie, but it’s real.

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April 10, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, T-Mobile just made a major announcement about 5G home internet service. Find out how it’s different from your existing network. From Pokémon to baseball, trading cards are all the rage again and now eBay is making it even easier to list them. And hold off on buying these Google products. They could soon go on sale.

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April 10, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, now you can use the “Find My” app on your iPhone to locate missing gadgets not made by Apple. Plus, Sonos and Ikea are working on a new kind of smart speaker that you could technically call a work of art. And Elon Musk’s other company, Neuralink, says it has the tech to bring back dinosaurs, just like in “Jurassic Park.”  

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April 3, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, cybercrooks selling vaccines and fake certificates on the Dark Web won’t just take your money — it could also lead to trouble with authorities. Plus, cryptocurrency is coming to PayPal. Find out what it means for you. And Nike just filed a lawsuit against a company selling blood-filled versions called “The Satan Shoe.”

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April 3, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, do any of your passwords use the name of your favorite baseball team? That’s a bad idea, especially now that the MLB season is underway. Plus, Google Maps is rolling out big updates, including an “elevating” new feature and another that could add time to your trip. And, avoid a fake Instagram message hitting your DMs.

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April 3, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, a startup is promising that a new battery made up of diamonds and nuclear waste could last tens of thousands of years. Plus, hear about Boston Dynamic’s latest warehouse robot that can move 800 boxes per hour. And with technology advancing every day, which programming languages should adults and kids learn?  

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March 27, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, Big Tech CEOs from Facebook, Google and Twitter testified before a Congressional panel this week about misinformation. Find out what it means for you. Plus, the NFT craze is showing no signs of slowing down and now robots are getting in on the action. And 90-year-old actor William Shatner has a plan to live on through A.I.

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March 27, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, if you live in an area with bad internet service, now the FCC wants you to report it directly to them. Plus, Facebook-owned Instagram is apparently getting ready to launch a new version of the app for children. It’s not a good idea. And Disney plans to release movies in theaters and at home on the same day, but there’s a catch.  

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March 27, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, new tech is about to open the door for hard drives with much larger capacities and they’re coming soon. Plus, new details on Apple’s long-rumored mixed reality headset, including how shockingly lightweight it is. And if you already think it’s hard saying no to candy bars in the checkout line, wait until you hear about a new robot.  

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March 20, 2021- Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, a cautionary tale after a hacker was able to intercept someone else’s text messages, then take over their online accounts. And it only cost $16. Plus, get ready for vaccine passports as more people travel again. And now you can sabotage your own Zoom meeting with sounds of crying babies and more with this new tool.

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March 20, 2021- Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, Facebook wants you to believe it’s “mind reading” tech is new, but we’ve heard it all before. Plus, a popular dating app is about to roll out a new feature allowing users to run criminal background checks on any potential matches. And you might think Google is already too invasive, but its latest gadget watches you sleep.

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March 20th, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, a new Netflix drama follows a company that matches a person with their soulmate using DNA, but it’s closer to reality than you might think. Plus, on your next visit to Disney World, your smartphone could serve as your ticket to get in. And a woman recently underwent a tattoo removal procedure with the help of a robotic arm.

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March 13, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, reports say cyberwar against Russia is about to be declared following the massive SolarWinds hack of government agencies. Plus, there’s a reason you can’t borrow certain e-books from your local library, and you can blame Amazon. And your smart speakers could soon track your heart rate without touching you. Find out how.

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March 13, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, a digital piece of artwork was just auctioned and you won’t believe how much it sold for. Plus, Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is adding a new wellness app for its line of connected smartwatches. Great features, if you can afford the watch itself. And Amazon’s long-rumored home robot could be coming sooner than you think.

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March 13, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, while NASA is planning return trips to the moon, Russia and China have just teamed up to build their own lunar base. Plus, SpaceX is leading the way for satellite internet with Starlink, but the company doesn’t plan to stop with broadband that only works at home. And a major airport plans to start using your eyes as a passport.

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March 6, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, controversy after reports that Amazon has quietly updated its policy on hate speech and is removing books and movies in a way that could be considered censorship. Plus, cookies that track you around the internet are going away, but you’re not out of the woods. And a 10-second video clip just sold for $6.6 million. Find out why.  

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March 6, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, find out how a new addition to Facebook’s upcoming AR smart glasses could put your privacy at serious risk. Plus, Gatorade is getting into the wearables game with a new patch that tracks your sweat levels. And we’ll tell you about handy new features coming to your favorite video-conferencing services.

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March 6, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, if you’ve ever dreamed of going to the moon, find out how to apply for the first private trip with a Japanese billionaire. Plus, drones are getting even more sophisticated, incorporating advanced artificial intelligence, and they could be coming to a police department near you. And video calls could soon be using holograms.

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February 27, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, find out why the very niche website, chess.com, has suddenly exploded in popularity with millions of users worldwide. Plus, it’s no surprise that apps like Gmail collect a lot of data, but now you can see just what Google is taking thanks to Apple’s new privacy labels on iPhones. And hear Alexa’s hilarious response to a child’s question.

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February 27, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, Toyota has begun work on what’s called the city of the future in Japan and you won’t believe some of what’s being planned. Plus, in a major push, Zillow is now offering to buy homes based on their controversial “Zestimates.” And YouTube just launched supervised accounts for kids but the question is, what took so long?

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February 27, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, from Google to Facebook, Big Tech is pretty secretive about respective algorithms that curate feeds. What if one day you could choose your own? Plus, find out about the clever new cycling glasses developed by an Olympic athlete that can see behind you, too. And all the details about the USPS mail delivery truck of the future.

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February 20th, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, prosecutors say North Korean hackers motivated by revenge over a movie mocking their leader stole more than $1 billion in cyberattacks worldwide. Plus, don’t believe all those positive reviews on Amazon. Fake reviews are still a major problem. And controversial social media app Parler is back online — sort of.  

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February 20, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, we’ll tell you about Panasonic’s strange new companion robot that just sold out. Plus, Amazon just announced a new Kickstarter-like program where they’ll build new Alexa gadgets if there are enough preorders. Just wait until you hear about the cuckoo clock. And if you’re a Microsoft Office user, it’s getting a big upgrade for iPads.

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February 20, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, Facebook is reportedly building its own smartwatch that’s set to debut next year. The biggest surprise is that it took them this long. Plus, a new COVID-19 test has been announced that can be analyzed with an app on your phone. And if you love looking at the night sky, wait until you hear what could be coming to the next iPhone. 

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February 13, 2021 - Hour 1 More >>

In the first hour, you might have heard that a small town’s water plant was hacked, but you won’t believe how easy it was. Plus, a massive database of 3.2 billion leaked email and password combinations was just dropped online and your data is probably involved. And a new documentary explores why more Americans are stripping down online. 

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February 13, 2021 - Hour 2 More >>

In the second hour, a new study shows how an Apple Watch could predict COVID-19 about a week before a swab test. Plus, find out about the latest backyard gas grills that connect to your phone. And Apple AirPods can be a choking hazard for kids, but apparently the same can be said for adults — as one man found out the hard way.

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February 13, 2021 - Hour 3 More >>

In the third hour, if you’ve been curious about SpaceX and its satellite internet service, you might be able to sign up now. Read the fine print first. Plus, the company behind the game Fortnite has made it easy to create fake yet creepily-realistic fake people. And Apple Maps is about to get a feature that could make you switch from Google Maps.

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