Now this is some bizarre payback: hear about a guy who has 21 tattoos of his online trolls. Do you lurk on your ex’s social profiles? I reveal the science behind why you do it — even if it’s not good for you. Also, Amazon shopping hacks for snagging deals and tips to ace voice […]
What should it cost taxpayers to bring the internet to remote areas? I tell you why it can be very expensive. Plus, teens are dying from TikTok challenges. A cellphone saves a guy from a jaguar attack, the rise of vacation photographers and Amazon starts charging for garage delivery. All that and much more, plus […]
This week, I talk to Bloomberg journalist Zeke Faux about his investigation into crypto scams, chat with Mozilla Foundation’s Jen Caltrider about the data your car shares and Brian from Roanoke, WV, about computer privacy.
Be careful with QR codes — clever new scams are spreading fast. How much is $1,000 in Apple shares from 1998 worth today? Hint: it’s a lot. A heartwarming Facebook story, fun ChatGPT-powered tools, video game speedruns, and how to upgrade your browser.
Is Google’s AI an atheist? Here’s what it will and won’t tell you. Plus, when will you die? Researchers made a calculator that can tell you with 78% accuracy. Rite Aid gets a facial recognition ban and 36 million Xfinity customers hacked. Plus, five tech tips for your best road trip! That and much more, […]
This week, I talk to Brother Tim about his amazing food pantry, give my advice to Anne who got grifted in a FB dog scam, and chat with Rob who needs a translation during video calls.
A video of a cat named Taters is laser-beamed 19 million miles into space. That’s not all — a guy in London is dubbed “the worst man on the internet” for tattling on bad drivers. Rite Aid is banned from using facial recognition tech, and, yep, you can now sext Santa.
It’s the end of an era — Google’s new AI search tool looks to kill website traffic. Got a Tesla? Over 2 million have been recalled to fix Autopilot flaws. Plus, an Amazon hack hoax goes viral, the origins of the Nokia ringtone, e-books track readers and tech myths you need to stop believing. That […]
This week, I chat with Stephen about tech for communicating with lost loved ones, talk with Jen on how to stop porch pirates, and help Nick find a microphone for his iPhone.
Google’s revealed its most searched terms for 2023 — hear what tops the list. We take a look at the World Excel Championships (yep, like the spreadsheets). Lady brings a gun into the MRI machine, and a cool tool to send off personal Christmas Cards.