It’s a historic episode tonight on GulchCast as we say goodbye to our live broadcasts, but don’t be getting all weepy on us. We’ve got a ton of things to talk about, including a rather nasty phishing scam that circulated last week, a massive cyberattack on one of France’s major political parties, and the latest developments in a controversial dark web sex crime case. But it’s not all doom and gloom…there’s a new OTT cable competitor on the block, we have the details. Cryptocurrency markets are absolutely exploding in value. And we’ll meet the robot that MIT thinks is the future of construction. All this and more on this episode of GulchCast!
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!
GulchCast returns after a bit of an unplanned hiatus, catching up on some huge stories from the tech & security world. WikiLeaks presents disturbing documents from the CIA, and a legal case in California reveals the FBI was using Best Buy employees as unofficial forensics teams. We’ll talk about the likely impending doom of RadioShack. But it’s not all dark and despair…a young entrepreneur at Stanford has an awesome new concept that you’ll kick yourself for not thinking of first. All this and more tonight, on GulchCast!