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Episodes

See the light when it comes to germs and viruses in your car

2/27/2020
Blue beams of UV C light may be the future of a clean car.

Amazon discourages face mask price gouging, Konami Code creator dies

2/27/2020
In today's top news, Amazon warns sellers about price gouging face masks, the creator of the Konami Code passes away and facial recognition company Clearview AI suffers a data breach.

Checking the Nissan Connect tech in the 2020 Sentra sedan

2/27/2020
The Sentra's infotainment system is pretty basic, but thankfully, it's modern and it's easy to use.

The 2020 Nissan Sentra is all-new and better than ever

2/27/2020
The only thing the 2020 Nissan Sentra shares with its predecessor is its name. The new Sentra has a great design, a well-appointed interior and lots of standard tech.

UE Hyperboom is built to party

2/27/2020
Ultimate Ears' jumbo portable Bluetooth speaker packs serious punch and actually sounds like a real speaker.

Bob Iger drove Disney to scoop up our childhood

2/26/2020
From The Daily Charge: A look at the legacy of the man who put Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and Fox under one house.

Disney's surprise CEO departure while Baby Yoda steals Toy Fair (The Daily Charge, 2/26/2020)

2/26/2020
We discuss the big shake up at the House of Mouse, and run through the toys that impressed special guest Mike Sorrentino.

AutoComplete looks at the NTSB Autopilot hearing

2/26/2020
Today on AutoComplete, we explore the NTSB's findings from its investigation into the Tesla Model X crash that killed Walter Huang.

Huawei shows off new laptop, speaker and tablet for Europe

2/26/2020
The Chinese company has refreshed its MateBook X Pro with a snazzy green. It's also made a powerful speaker and a 5G tablet with a stylus, and they'll all be available in Europe.

Spending time with Huawei's new Mate XS

2/26/2020
Andrew takes the Mate XS out and about on a dreary London afternoon.

5 underappreciated features of your Google Home

2/26/2020
Your Google Home can do so much more than tell jokes and give you the forecast. Here are five ways to get more out of the Google Assistant built into your smart speaker or smart display.

2020 Corvette track test in Nevada

2/26/2020
We head to the twisty and challenging circuit of Spring Mountain to see just how well the new, mid-engined Corvette stacks up to the competition.

Coronavirus causes Olympic concerns, Amazon's new quick grocery store opens

2/26/2020
In today's top news, the IOC expresses concern about the potential impact coronavirus may have on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Amazon expands on its cashierless convenience stores with a grocery concept, and Tesla notifying customers Model Y preorders will deliver earlier than expected.

Schools are tracking kids and that raises all kinds of questions (Daily Charge, 2/25/2020)

2/25/2020
A look at how schools are using kids' phones for tracking purposes and how Firefox wants to make internet browsing more private.

Qualcomm unveils latest 5G Snapdragon chip

2/25/2020
Qualcomm announces its Snapdragon X60 chip. The new chip is designed to unlock performance of 5G across spectrum bands.

Firefox just got a lot more private

2/25/2020
From The Daily Charge: The browser made default encryption that keeps internet providers from looking at your web searches

Schools are tracking kids and that raises all kinds of questions (The Daily Charge, 2/25/2020)

2/25/2020
A look at how schools are using kids' phones for tracking purposes and how Firefox wants to make internet browsing more private.

How schools could use phones to track your kids

2/25/2020
Inpixon has contracted with several schools to introduce wristband trackers for classrooms.

A Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer might be the only car you'll ever want

2/25/2020
If you could only drive one car for the rest of your life, this wouldn't be a bad choice.

Xbox Series X specs revealed, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra camera verdict

2/25/2020
In today's top news, Xbox promises more graphics power and backward compatibility on its new console, reviews roll in for Samsung's new Galaxy S20 Ultra camera and NASA says goodbye to one of its 'Hidden Figure' trailblazers.