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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.
 
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ConnectSafely
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Bringing you the leading voices in the field of Internet safety, privacy, and security.
 
Get useful, practical how-to advice on computers and technology - in plain English - from tech guru Larry Magid. - Goalmine.com
 
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CBS Radio News
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CBS News Radio is a dynamic and compelling radio news network featuring CBS News-on-the-Hour, the CBS World News Roundup, Reporters Notebook, Tech Talk with Larry Magid, and much more.
 
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Lurksquad Films
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Lurksquad Films have been making sketch comedy videos for the past decade and have recently been getting recognition for their work. They just had their MTV Scarred Spoof recently featured on Nick Cannon's Short Circuitz on MTV and have had videos featured on The9 at Yahoo and Myspace. Lurksquad consists of Nick Spears, Chris Marquis, Adam Marquis, Garrett Lynn, and Mark Magid. All videos are written, directed, and produced by Lurksquad Films. Laugh it up.
 
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Facebook has announced that the public comments on your news feeds will now be ranked. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid spoke about its latest efforts to improve user experience.By Radio.com.
 
Kickstarter has a new set of guidelines for projects on the site. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid says Kickstarter is getting more specific with the verbiage that should be used to set proper expectations for potential backers.By Radio.com.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on the lithium-ion battery and electric vehicle subassembly factory in Sparks, Nevada and just how much of the factory is automated.By Radio.com.
 
ConnectSafely CEO Larry Magid and K-12 Education Director Kerry Gallagher take a shot answering a very popular question. When is the right time to get a child a smartphone?By ConnectSafely.
 
Amazon is shuttering its restaurant delivery service, which was available to Prime members. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on why the service struggled to be profitable.By Radio.com.
 
Quibi, a new video streaming service backed by some big-names in the tech and entertainment industries, is aiming to launch next April. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says this streaming service will will only have short form programs for viewing on your phone.By Radio.com.
 
After 18 years, iTunes is almost completely gone now that Apple is putting a stop to the app and diverting users to Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says all your content on iTunes will be fine.By Radio.com.
 
The FCC is giving phone companies greater power to block robocalls. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about how phone companies will be able to help filter out robocalls.By Radio.com.
 
YouTube is updating its hate speech policy in answer to the call for a tougher stance on hate-based media found on the site. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on the delicate nature of where sites like YouTube or Facebook end up drawing the line.By Radio.com.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid talked about a recent study that says targeted advertising does not make that much more money for website owners.By Radio.com.
 
ConnectSafely CEO Larry Magid and educator and ConnectSafely K-12 Education Director Kerry Gallagher talk about their use of the Facebook Portal as well as other smart displays and speakers that they have tested. There are privacy and safety implications, but they can be managed.By ConnectSafely.
 
Apple is giving users a new way to sign into apps. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says this option may be better for people who are concerned about their privacy.By Radio.com.
 
A recent commentary on CNet's Roadshow blog says that the autopilot on a Tesla isn't as dangerous as some people claim as long as you use it correctly. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says that he does agree with Ashley Esqueda who wrote the commentary.By Radio.com.
 
A study done in Italy shows that students who used Twitter to discuss a novel learned less and performed worse on a test than students who used traditional classroom methods. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid explains why Twitter discussions may not be the best way for students to learn.By Radio.com.
 
According to the World Health Organization, a gaming disorder is similar to an alcohol addiction. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on if other technology addictions should be addressed and the impact a gaming disorder can have on gamers.By Radio.com.
 
A new report shows that Google has a shadow workforce that outnumbers the amount of full time workers at the company. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid discusses how this affects employees and the company.By Radio.com.
 
Many are pushing Amazon to end its sale of facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about why the technology has created backlash and how Amazon is responding.By Radio.com.
 
Facebook has decided against taking down a slowed down video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that makes her appear to be drunk. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says it’s not against their terms of service.By Radio.com.
 
Amazon is working on a wearable device that can read your emotions. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says this even creeps him out.By Radio.com.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on the methods that Apple is utilizing in order to shield users from privacy issues and what kind of pressure this might put on sites like Facebook.By Radio.com.
 
Just days after blacklisting Huawei, the U-S government is issuing a warning over another type of technology from China. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about the concerns with drones.By Radio.com.
 
Alphabet is giving its Google Glass a new look. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says they are getting more serious about the enterprise market.By Radio.com.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on the reasoning behind taking a Facebook group from public to private.By Radio.com.
 
First there were foldable phones, now Lenovo has come out with a foldable PC. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid was able to check one out and talks about his experience with it.By Radio.com.
 
Named after the city in New Zealand where 51 people were killed by a gunman who streamed the act via Facebook, The Christchurch Appeal has the backing of 17 countries as well as the European Commision. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on what the goal of this appeal is.By Radio.com.
 
Security researchers say hackers were able to exploit a vulnerability in WhatsApp to install spyware on phones. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says that WhatsApp has put a fix in the app store for download.By Radio.com.
 
Apple will let cord-cutters subscribe to HBO and Showtime among other channels on its Apple TV app. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says they’re trying to play catch up with services like Netflix and Amazon Prime.By Radio.com.
 
Summer is almost here, which means that kids will be out of school. While that means that they do have more time to use their devices, i's also time for fresh air, exercise and -- for many -- family vacations. In this episode, ConnectSafely CEO Larry Magid and K-12 Education Director Kerry Gallagher talk about how parents can help their kids ac ...…
 
You can delete your voice recordings on Amazon Alexa, but the transcripts may live on. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks how to delete your recordings and the privacy issues in question with Alexa.By Radio.com.
 
Google’s I/O Developers Conference wraps up today where they talked about Artificial Intelligence. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about the ways that artificial intelligence could help save lives.By Radio.com.
 
The Google Pixel 3A, which debuted at the annual developers conference in Mountain View, has a lot of the same tech as the Pixel 3. One of the biggest differences, though, is the price. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on the pros and cons of Google's latest entry into the smartphone world.…
 
Microsoft's new version of Word will not only check your spelling and grammar, but also help you become a better writer. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid explains how Microsoft Word’s artificial intelligence help you by making writing suggestions.By Radio.com.
 
Earlier this week Democratic congressional leaders reached an agreement with President Donald Trump over 2 trillion dollars on infrastructure spending. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid shares his predictions.By Radio.com.
 
ConnectSafley CEO Larry Magid and K-12 Education Director Kerry Gallagher talk about how adults can support youth who have been affected by bullying. Why do some kids have a horrible time after being bullied while others are able to bounce back. The answer lies, in part, with resilience, but also on support from adults and other upstanders…
 
Spotify is testing out voice-enabled ads. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid discusses how Spotify consumers can directly interact with advertisers.By Radio.com.
 
But why is Apple cracking down on these particular apps? KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on Apple's motives and if they'll face a backlash from the companies whose apps are being removed.By Radio.com.
 
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke at the company's F8 event in San Jose today, saying that they are moving from "..a town-square to a digital living room." KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on these changes and how much of this shift is due to Facebook's recent issues with privacy.By Radio.com.
 
Samsung is set to introduce a new tv for millenials which features a 43 inch screen that can be rotated to display videos vertically. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid explains that the Sero will be able to mirror a person’s phone.By Radio.com.
 
The Presidential election campaign is heating up. And with it will come lots of claims, counterclaims and, likely, plenty of inaccuracies. In this conversation, ConnectSafely.,org CEO Larry Magid and K-12 Education Director, Kerry Gallagher, talk about how teachers and parents can help young people process it all.…
 
We hear a lot about sexting, which is when people send intimate images to each other. But when it comes to teenagers, there are some serious issues involved. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says that the problem is these images can get out to the wrong people.By Radio.com.
 
This is a question that many people ask themselves when it's time to get a new computer or laptop. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on the pros and cons of both choices.By Radio.com.
 
In an effort to teach kids financial responsibility, the BusyKid app turns chores into an opportunity to save, donate, and invest allowances earned. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on this app and how it works.By Radio.com.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on Roav, a charger for your car that not only offers up USB ports but also works with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant - depending on the version that you get.By Radio.com.
 
Tesla held its first ever Autonomy Investor Day, putting the spotlight on its self-driving technology. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about how Tesla is collecting data to improve their self-driving cars.By Radio.com.
 
The day after the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, ConnectSafely CEO Larry and K-12 Education Director Kerry Gallagher talk about how it's possible to virtually visit Notre Dame, the way it looked before the fire as well as other iconic places that many may never get to see in person as well as historic events.…
 
Earth Day is coming up next Monday. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid has been putting together a list of ways people can help conserve energy and help the environment while still using tech devices.By Radio.com.
 
The Mueller report has been released to the public with President Donald Trump claiming total vindication and Democrats saying it outlines disturbing evidence of misconduct. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid talks about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election using social media.By Radio.com.
 
KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on HardwareCon 2019, where Larry will be hosting a panel on the future of transportation.By Radio.com.
 
The short answer is yes! But some devices require more work when it comes to making sure your private conversations stay private. KCBS Radio’s Technology Analyst Larry Magid speaks on how to "mute the mic" and more.By Radio.com.
 
Although much of the historic artwork inside the Notre Dame Cathedral is believed to be lost following the devastating fire; the interior of the Cathedral and much of that artwork has already been captured online thanks to virtual reality. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid gathered a compilation of virtual reality tours from before th ...…
 
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