December 17, 2013
A lot of us will get shiny new electronics this holiday season. So what happens to the old stuff? A new report shows the world will produce 65 million tons of electronic waste in 2017 alone. This hour we’ll talk about what’s being done to reduce that number. And we’ll learn more about airplane cell phone use– but don’t get ready to chat just yet.
December 10, 2013
What a bummer it would be to find out you were dead…via Twitter. This year has been dubbed “year of the web hoax,” and this hour we’ll talk about why we continue to fall for them. We’ll also examine the sharp decline in sales of the personal computer. Some say it’s the end times for the PC. Then we’ll get the latest in gadgets for kids.
December 3, 2013
One of the most frustrating aspects of holiday shopping, besides waiting on line inside, is looking for a good parking spot outside. This hour, we’ll take a look some apps that promise to help you find the best spot. Plus, we’ll discuss Amazon’s latest innovation for delivering packages faster.
November 26, 2013
The draw of great deals may have some camping out on the sidewalk for Black Friday, but for others, a good app is all you need. This hour we’ll hear about some shopping apps that might help out this holiday season.
November 19, 2013
Ohio State’s football team is having an impressive season, but so is its marching band. Videos of its elaborate half-time shows have gone viral, and this hour we’ll learn how they’re using technology to boost creativity. We’ll also get the lowdown on the best kitchen gadgets to get you through the holidays, and the latest in gadgetry.
November 12, 2013
Twitter just went public. This hour we’ll take a look at how it’s doing so far, and what we can expect in the future. Then we’ll get the latest in kids’ apps, and a look at what’s new in the gadget world.
November 5, 2013
We Americans love speed. We like fast cars, fast money and fast food. So for a country that pioneered so much of the web, it’s pretty shocking that our internet speeds rank among the slowest and most expensive in the developed world. This hour we’ll talk about why. Then it’s the latest on a new blogging platform, and news from the world of gadgets.
October 29, 2013
These days everything seems to be “smart:” Our cars, our phones, our water. But not everyone thinks smart televisions are such a brainy choice. This hour we’ll examine TV trends, and then take a look at the world of PJs and laptops and see how working from home helps and hinders productivity. Last, we’ll get the latest from the world of gadgets.
October 22, 2013
You expect a bank to save your money, but you don’t necessarily want them to save all your personal data…and then share it. This hour we’ll talk about who’s trading personal secrets, and what’s being done to stop it. We’ll also discuss a new encryption system that some have called “unbreakable,” and we’ll get the latest from our gadget guru.
October 15, 2013
So far, artificial limbs, functioning guns, musical instruments and even human stem cells have been recreated using 3D printing. Coming up, we’ll talk 3D scanning technology that could be in your home, we’ll hear about the latest and greatest apps, and we’ll find out what’s new with Nintendo.