Tesla, Tesla, Tesla. We discuss the reviews of Tesla's Model 3, what's going on in Elon's brain case and why Tesla is under investigation by the US Justice Department.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang, Len Peralta and Shannon Morse.
Amazon introduces scores of new Alexa products. New Echo's, new features for existing echos, and an car based echo. We breakdown the announcement, pick through the product lineup and figure out what exactly you should be excited about.
YouTube is retiring its gaming App and bringing all its features directly into YouTube. Plus Google is giving up some control of AMP and Amazon plans on releasing 8 new voice-powered assistants later this year.
Conventional wisdom states that robots will eliminate a huge demand for human labor causing an increase in the unemployed and lead to a well spring of discontent and social tension. However, a new study from the World Economic Forum indicates that robots will instead create more jobs than they displace.
India's Aadhaar ID system's databased has been compromised via a software patch. Tinder makes its "Top Picks" curated match service available worldwide. The Ocean Cleanup Project started towing System 001 to the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" to begin field trials of the apparatus and evaluate its effectiveness at cleaning plastic garbage from the ocean.
We checkout the latest developments in the world of cryptocurrency as New York approves the Winklesvoss backed Gemini Trust and Paxo Trust stablecoins and we raise the question about the long term stability of cryptocurrency.
Medical data has always been treated as sacrosanct. But if startup Hu-manity has it way you might be treating your own medical data as more of a commodity and not just a privacy issue.
Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Roger Chang and Justin Robert Young.
The president of the International Olympic Committee has told the AP “We cannot have in the Olympic program a game which is promoting violence or discrimination... They, from our point of view, are contradictory to the Olympic values and cannot therefore be accepted.” Meanwhile eSports tournaments will be held at the 2018 Asian Games. Can eSports find legitimacy among traditional sporting competitions?