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Our daily Q&A with KCBS Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid. Listen live M-F 3:50 PM on KCBS Radio All News 740AM and 106.9FM.
 
Vancouver Magazine called her "San Francisco’s sharp-witted solo answer to Ebert and Roeper." Sporting a different chapeau each week, she critiques recent movie releases, reviews new videos, conducts celebrity interviews, and offers interesting background on show business.
 
 
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Breaking news and analysis from around the Bay Area, the state capitol and beyond. Listen to KCBS Radio and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier’s reports LIVE on KCBS All News 740 AM and 106.9 FM Mondays through Fridays at 7:50 AM and 5:50 PM or listen to the podcasts ANYTIME posted here daily.
 
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There is still fallout stemming from Buzzfeed's story alleging that President Trump directed his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about the ramifications of Buzzfeed releasing that story and their legitimacy as a news source.…
 
As expected, Senator Kamala Harris announced today that she's running for President. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that Harris had to get in this week because the lanes are already starting to back up on the Democratic side running for president.
 
The future of California’s largest utility was thrown into question this week as it emerged that Pacific Gas and Electric is planning to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The math isn’t hard to figure out: PG&E could be on the hook for the immense financial costs associated with the devastating wildfires that have strurck California over the last ...…
 
Governor Gavin Newsom's wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom has a new position in the governor's office. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says she is the first partner and explains what means.
 
Narsai David talks about all the new foods that this year’s Fancy Food Show had to offer.
 
Verizon is introducing a new tool that will please many of its customers who are tired of getting spam calls. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid explains how they are able to filter out the illegitimate callers.
 
KCBS Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl reviews a movie about two people who fall in love during the Cold War and she discusses the upcoming Oscars.
 
KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown discuss what has happened this week in the Trump Administration.
 
Governor Gavin Newsom is taking on the Trump administration time over the government shutdown. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says that Newsom has announced that California will provide unemployment benefits to those who working without pay due to the government shutdown.
 
Privacy advocates are concerned with Facebook's 'Ten Year Challenge' which has users posting current photos of themselves along with pictures from 10 years ago. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid explains that they’re concerned that this will help facial recognition software better understand how you age.…
 
California's new law ended the requirement to post bail after being arrested is now on hold until November 2020. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that the bail bond industry are going to be voting on this referendum.
 
YouTube is trying to make the site a little less dangerous by banning prank videos. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says that it is not a new policy but YouTube does not permit videos that incite violence and that cause emotional distress.
 
The project to renovate Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco is way behind schedule - and way over budget. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that the Van Ness Avenue project is creeping up and it may or may not come within the budget.
 
Kaiser Permanente is taking its first step in its partnership with the city of Oakland to fight homelessness. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says Mayor Libby Schaaf's local businesses and chaities are picking up the slack due to Oakland's inability to finance the issue all on their own.…
 
Facebook is looking to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help fund local news. KCBS Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says the investment might help boost advertisement revenue.
 
Could Raiders end up playing in Oakland next season after all? The Bay Area News Group reports the possibility is set to be discussed later this week. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that this issue remains to be seen and it also depends on the lease.
 
With PG&E set to declare bankruptcy this month, State Senator Scott Wiener issued a statement earlier today saying the move could create an opportunity for officials in San Francisco. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says he’s talking about the idea of San Francisco setting up their own utility.…
 
Researchers say some government websites could be the latest victims of the ongoing government shutdown. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid explains why these sites are no longer proven to be secure.
 
This week in California politics kicked off with the inauguration of the state’s new governor, Gavin Newsom. And as the week progressed Newsom has been laying out his priorities with a series of appearances and releases culminating in a near two-hour address Thursday in which Newsom submitted his first budget proposal. On this adition of in Dep ...…
 
Senator Kamala Harris made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night and he asked her the big question. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says she is laying down the groundwork to run for President.
 
Narsai David gives us a fresh overview on lectins and how they benefit our diet.
 
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show has wrapped up in Las Vegas. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid was impressed with the roll up TVs.
 
KCBS Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl reviews a local Tony-Award winning musical.
 
The current government shutdown is about to break a record as the longest in U.S. history. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown explain what’s next.
 
Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled his first budget today; one notable break from the past was the length of his presentation, clocking in at close to two hours. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says his plan also takes into account this year’s budget surplus.
 
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is still going on. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid checked out some autonomous vehicles.
 
A federal judge is considering ordering PG&E to inspect all 106,000 miles of their electrical grid. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that PG&E is under criminal probation stemming from the San Bruno pipeline explosion.
 
Billionaire philanthropist Tom Steyer announced that he will not run for president in 2020, planning instead to devote his time on impeaching President Trump. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier speaks on why Steyer isn't going to run.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid is in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show and there's a variety of health/fitness-related technology that Larry is taking for a spin.
 
Did you know you're not supposed to recycle receipts? The ink and paper used can be toxic. Now California could become the first state to require business to offer e-receipts to customers. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that by 2020 all bridges will have an electronic toll system.…
 
Governor Gavin Newsom hit the ground running on his first day in office by proposing a broad overhaul of health care. Newsom is pledging the state's financial backing to an effort to lower prescription drug costs and expand Obamacare. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier has the story.…
 
KCBS Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid is in Las Vegas for the annual Consumer Electronics Show where 'Google Assistant' and other voice recognition features are becoming extemely popular at the show.
 
California Senator Kamala Harris is sending the biggest signal yet that she plans to run for President in 2020, she’s going on a book tour. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that Harris's novel is called The Truths We Told: An American Journey.
 
Alongside Governor Newsom, several Bay Area elected officials took the oath of office in Sacramento today including there's San Francisco's own Betty Yee as Controller, the East Bay's Tony Thurmond as Superintendent of Public Instruction, and San Francisco resident Eleni Kounalakis as Lieutenant Governor. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insid ...…
 
Apple is at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year and they are making a statement. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid is there to find out what the major tech companies are working on.
 
Governor-elect Newsom will take office today. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that income inequality is a huge issue and one that concerns a lot of people in California.
 
As we begin the new year it’s a good time to reflect on the year just passed. 2018 was of course a year with no shortage of news, and KCBS Radio has been there to cover every minute of it: 24 hours a day, seven days a week. On this edition of In Depth we’re going to be turning the microphone onto our own newsroom and speaking to some of the fol ...…
 
After serving a total of four terms as the 34th and 39th Governor of California, this marks Jerry Brown’s last weekend as Governor. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier talks about what might be on the horizon for him.
 
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is coming up. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid is driving his Tesla there and talks about the advancements in autonomous vehicles.
 
KCBS Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl discusses the upcoming Golden Globes.
 
San Francisco Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi becomes speaker of the House once again. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier and former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown discuss her political career.
 
Senator Diane Feinstein has taken a bold move by encouraging former Vice President Joe Biden to toss his hat into the ring for the 2020 Presidential Primary. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier says she said what she thought and she is sticking by it.
 
Microsoft has come up with a new method of using a voice assistant in public called "silent voice input," a quieter way to make commands into a device. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says that you have to whisper in a particular way.
 
Cash lanes at some Bay Area bridges have been backed up this New Year because of the toll increase. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that by 2020 all bridges will have an electronic toll system.
 
KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier speaks on Gavin Newsom's goal to "beef up" the educational programs in California and where those funds will go.
 
KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on what might have kept Apple from having a stellar sales holiday.
 
Despite being under fire for its roles in recent devastating wildfires in California, PG&E continues to persuade regulators to approve a rate increase of over 10-dollars a month starting in 2020. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier explains that under the rules, rate payers can be charged to improvements to on-ongoing safety.…
 
Facebook and several other major tech giants took a beating this year as concerns arose about their privacy policies, the spread of propaganda, and a lack of responsible leadership. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about how the public feels about these companies right now.
 
After the revelation that ICE officials had no previous contact with the man suspected of killing an officer in Newman, California's sanctuary laws are falling under intense criticism. KCBS Radio, KPIX-5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier speaks on the 'hot-button' issue of the state's sanctuary laws.…
 
KCBS Entertainment Reporter Jan Wahl reviews two films, both about larger-than-life political figures.
 
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