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This is the daily tech show to beat all others. Every afternoon, Monday-Thursday, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata dive into a funny, upbeat discussion about everything tech and the people who love it.

This is the daily tech show to beat all others. Every afternoon, Monday-Thursday, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata dive into a funny, upbeat discussion about everything tech and the people who love it.
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This is the daily tech show to beat all others. Every afternoon, Monday-Thursday, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata dive into a funny, upbeat discussion about everything tech and the people who love it.

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English


Episodes

We celebrate our final episode (Tomorrow Daily 411 show notes)

8/18/2016
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It's goodbye to the show, but we're sticking around, and we're excited about what's next. But first, we enjoy a good episode full of great tech.

Duration: 00:12:02


Intel's newest prototype makes today's VR headsets seem old fashioned (Tomorrow Daily 410 show notes)

8/17/2016
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Project Alloy isn't tethered to a PC, doesn't require external sensors and won't need controllers...but we might be waiting a while to see a commercial product hit retail shelves.

Duration: 00:02:10


Sushi-making robot answers one of our weirdest prayers (Tomorrow Daily 409 show notes)

8/16/2016
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We're not saying a sushi-making robot is at the top of our robotic wish list...but it's close.

Duration: 00:02:18


Metallic fake tattoos are interactive, look like fashion accessories (Tomorrow Daily show notes)

8/15/2016
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They might look like they fit in at a music festival like Coachella, but these temporary tattoos have secret superpowers.

Duration: 00:01:45


Robot tattoos, smart toast, VR exercise and Christian Spicer (Tomorrow Daily 407 show notes)

8/11/2016
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Guest co-host Christian Spicer joins us to chat about all the future news that's fit to print.

Duration: 00:09:48


HoloLens eyes movie making with Legendary Pictures (Tomorrow Daily 406 show notes)

8/10/2016
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We've seen Microsoft demos for all kinds of AR apps, and now, it's getting into Hollywood with a popular film studio partnership.

Duration: 00:01:54


Using VR to bike across Britain...without leaving the house (Tomorrow Daily 405 show notes)

8/9/2016
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Aaron Puzey is braving virtual elements and glitchy hazards as he bikes across the UK from the comfort of his home office.

Duration: 00:02:17


Massive industrial robot arm doubles as tattoo artist (Tomorrow Daily 404 show notes)

8/8/2016
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We don't think robots will ever replace a great tattoo artist, but it might be nice for tattoo shops to leave the most basic ink work to a robotic arm.

Duration: 00:02:01


SAM robot headed for assisted-living facilities to keep an eye on granny (Tomorrow Daily 403 show notes)

8/4/2016
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With elderly populations booming and long-term care facilities understaffed, SAM aims to take some of the non-medical burden off providers' plates.

Duration: 00:02:22


Chinese bus glides over cars stuck in gridlock (Tomorrow Daily 402 show notes)

8/3/2016
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Instead of building new infrastructure for public transportation, China's trying a 300-passenger bus made to drive over the streets.

Duration: 00:02:06


This exercise equipment doubles as a video game controller (Tomorrow Daily 401 show notes)

8/2/2016
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SymGym thinks it has a fitness hit on its hands with its controller machine, but would you use it at your local gym?

Duration: 00:02:02


This is the closest thing we have to loading a wheelchair into a mech (Tomorrow Daily 400 show notes)

8/1/2016
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We're loving the Ripchair, which aims to give disabled people the chance to enjoy outdoor areas with terrain too rugged to navigate in a standard wheelchair.

Duration: 00:02:09


We give +10 charisma to Geek and Sundry's Ivan Van Norman (Tomorrow Daily 399 show notes)

7/28/2016
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We deep dive into modern brain mapping, donut-delivering drones and glasses-free 3D at the movies. Also, we welcome Ivan Van Norman to the show to discuss his shows on Geek & Sundry and the resurgence of tabletop gaming.

Duration: 00:13:30


The key to unlocking large-scale glasses-free 3D might be...the Nintendo 3DS? (Tomorrow Daily 398)

7/27/2016
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Generally, we don't love 3D at the movies, but if this team at MIT can make high-quality 3D happen someday, we're listening.

Duration: 00:01:45


First commercial drone delivery in US included donuts, sandwich (Tomorrow Daily 397 show notes)

7/26/2016
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We'd be down to order drone-delivered donuts from a local convenience store. The chicken sandwich, though...not so much.

Duration: 00:01:48


Machine learning helped create a new map of the human brain (Tomorrow Daily 396 show notes)

7/25/2016
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Medicine is still using a brain map created in the early 1900s, but this new version adds almost 100 new regions.

Duration: 00:01:38


Ted Schilowitz talks Barco Escape and being a professional futurist (Tomorrow Daily 395 show notes)

7/21/2016
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We deep dive into robot cowboys, interactive LED art and golf cart jetpacks. Also, we welcome Barco Escape Chief Creative Officer Ted Schilowitz to the show to discuss new moviegoing experiences and what he does as 20th Century Fox's resident futurist.

Duration: 00:12:53


Bubba Watson hits the links in a golf cart jetpack (Tomorrow Daily 394 show notes)

7/20/2016
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It's totally a publicity stunt, but we'll watch anyone ride around in a gigantic jetpack.

Duration: 00:02:08


Australian robot gets put to work, herds sheep and cows (Tomorrow Daily 393)

7/19/2016
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This robot cowboy not only herds cattle, soon it will also monitor the herd's health and alert ranchers to any injuries or illness to livestock.

Duration: 00:02:08


You can use your phone to interact with this 'Crystal Universe' (Tomorrow Daily 392 show notes)

7/18/2016
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This Tokyo art exhibition combines large-scale visuals with technology and visitor interaction to create a whimsical experience for all.

Duration: 00:01:46

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