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In the first hour
There are some bosses who monitor remote employees with keyloggers and spyware, and others who now classify you as a number – literally. Plus, one company’s “simplistic approach” to online voting could put your data at risk. And, DHS has a warning about a recent Windows 10 bug. How to make sure your PC is protected.watch listen
In the second hour
Most ISPs have temporarily removed data caps, but one Florida man still used so much bandwidth that he got his neighbors connection slowed down. Plus, Zoom might be the go-to for video conferencing, but Google just rolled out a new feature that might change your mind. And, how radar discovered a long-lost Roman city.watch listen
In the third hour
You’ve heard how offices will focus on things like better air filters and more social distancing, but what about a fully-enclosed workstation for each employee? Plus, a groundbreaking new invention for your smartphone could get rid of the hated camera notch forever. And, settings you need to know to keep your bank accounts safe.watch listen
- Out of work? 40 companies hiring work from home and remote jobs
- Kim had Susan Bennett on the show to tell us how she became The original voice of Siri
- Kim spoke with Gabriella Coleman who explained the hacktivist group Anonymous and what they’re up to
- Kim spoke with Mike Naab, whose eBook, “Side Hustle From Home,” goes into greater detail about the ins and outs of how to increase your income using Amazon Mechanical Turk
- Kim spoke with Molly Borman, author of “The Instagram Iceberg: Changing the Way We Think About Instagram as a Business Tool”
- Windows 10 patch fixes 129 vulnerabilities – how to update
- The common mistake that will lock you out of your own Netflix account
- How to find the SpaceX Starlink satellites in the night sky
- New Google Meet feature will change your video calls
- Here’s how much Apple will pay you to trade in an Android smartphone
- Check your phone! Two apps you need to delete now
- Remote workers, this southern city will pay you $2K to relocate
- Homeland Security warning: Patch this dangerous PC bug
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