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In the first hour
Supercomputers are used for everything from forecasting weather to quantum mechanics and you won’t believe how fast the newest machine is. Plus, Google will now auto-delete the data it has on you – but there’s a catch. And, this so-called “psychic artist” promises to draw your future soulmate, for a fee of course.watch listen
In the second hour
We have all the details from Apple’s virtual conference, from major changes coming to your iPhone’s home screen to new features for your Apple Watch. Plus, Google is expanding its fact-checking tools to include images. And, find out the right way to clean your dirty earbuds. It’s easier than you think.watch listen
In the third hour
A high-end apartment complex in Las Vegas is working on a unique way to attract potential tenants and it’s all about fun and games. Plus, there’s a new 3D-printed smart home on the market, and this one promises to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria and germs. And, watch out for malware spreading through Google Search.watch listen
- Kim talks with Isabella McFadden, the 24-year-old designer who was the first to make $1 million on Depop selling original designs
- Kim connects with Charles Henderson, Global Partner and Head of X-Force Red IBM, to cover security tips for remote work
- Kim speaks with Andrew McAfee, Principal research scientist at MIT studying how digital technologies are changing the world
- Kim catches up with Etay Maor, Chief Security Officer at IntSights, to discuss the new scams involving YouTube accounts getting hacked
- How to delete yourself from the internet
- 8 ways to delete yourself from the internet
- Facebook hoax spreading about contact tracing, don’t fall for it
- Scary new malware spreading through Google search
- The one hack you need to properly clean your earbuds
- It’s the last day to get your cut of Yahoo’s $117.5M data breach settlement
- Siri tech trick lets you covertly record if you’re pulled over
- Smarter Siri, iOS 14, more privacy and everything else Apple just announced
- Warning: Bug allows complete takeover of dozens of popular routers
- If you’re struggling to pay your internet bill, read this
- Google will auto-delete your records after 18 months – here’s how to remove the data now
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