TSA: “We’re from the government, and we’re here to help. Now bend over.”
Is your fitness tracker lying to you? Science says, “Probably.”
GulchCast returns, and tonight we’re discussing the biggest story in America, the manhunt for Steve Stephens, the latest in a series of social media criminals. We’ll discuss the psychology of people who post violent acts to Facebook & Twitter and talk about what we can and should be doing about it. We’ll also talk about the latest troubles for EpiPen maker Mylan, and NBC wants to help its local affiliates connect with the next generation of TV. And we’ll also talk about the Right To Repair, the next legal fight on the horizon in the tech world. You won’t want to miss it!
WikiLeaks just dropped a major bombshell on the intelligence community.
Mac owners need to be on the lookout for new Russian malware.
Could Qi induction charging be coming to the iPhone?
Apple user? Your cleared browser history might not be as clear as you think.
LG’s 5K monitor looks great, but doesn’t play nice with network hardware.
Should Apple be required to build everything it patents?
Apple advises users to use iTunes to update to iOS 10.