May 15, 2021

In this week’s show, the latest on the ransomware attack that crippled the Colonial Pipeline and what it means for the future. Plus, how Android is about to follow Apple’s lead when it comes to your privacy. And, researchers developed a way to control Venus flytraps with only a smartphone. That and much more, plus all your calls and questions.

May 8, 2021 - Hour 1

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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.

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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 More >>

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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