Jefferson Graham wanted to know why Lyft drivers recently accepted his ride, then canceled, with no explanation. So he reached out to Ippei Takahashi, who runs the Ride.Guru website, for some answers and tips on what consumers could do, on Talking Tech.
Trump's plan to limit protests draws resistance, some communities return to normal after Hurricane Michael, airlines get strict on emotional support animals and Medicare premiums and deductibles are set to rise.
Guitar player Richard Smith lives out of his car 70% of the year, touring the country gigging. He joins Jefferson Graham on Talking Tech to explain the technology he uses to keep up with dates, the latest music, his website and fans. Hints: it's one small device.
The crew of the Mothership is taking one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind in this week's episode. Hosts Kelly Lawler and Brian Truitt talk new Neil Armstrong biopic "First Man," and how successful "light sci-fi" space movies like "Gravity" and "Interstellar" are in Hollywood and with audiences.
Plus, Melania Trump will give her first television interview as first lady, Trump officials hope an American pastor in Turkey will be freed soon, the MLB Playoffs resume and the Mega Millions jackpot rises to 548 million dollars.
Along with new phones, a tablet and a new speaker, Google just unveiled an ambitious plan to scare away telemarketers. Jefferson Graham is joined by USA TODAY's Edward C. Baig and Eli Blumenthal to explore how it might work.
Jefferson Graham is back from a week in Japan, and reports on tech innovations and oddities found in the world's biggest electronics shop, Tokyo's Yodibashi-Akiba, and one new announced product from Panasonic that might give office workers pause.
Plus, Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples Day are marked, it's been 20 years since Matthew Shepard became a wake-up call, the Nobel economics prize will be announced and Meghan McCain returns to 'The View.'