Marketplace Tech Report
Marketplace Tech is a daily 4-minute show exploring how technology is shaping our lives.
On today's show, we'll interview the CEO of Emotiv about the company's EEG headsets, a type of hardware that could one day be used for everything from teaching better focus to controlling robotic limbs. Plus, we'll also play this week's Silicon Tally with Greta Johnsen, the co-host of the Nerdette podcast and a reporter and anchor at WBEZ.
On today's show, we'll talk about the possibility that Kodak will release a smartphone; interview Janet Murray,the interaction designer and director of Georgia Tech's experimental television lab, about the future of television; and raise the question of who's winning the hardware debate: Apple or Google?
On today's show, we'll talk about a new tool from MIT that has the capability to analyze tweets about the election; review Google's new flagship smartphone, the Pixel; and look at the meaning of the term "autopilot" and whether the car industry is using it accurately.
On today's show, we'll talk about the end of Apple's ambitions to build an electric car; a protest by Instacart workers against the company's plans to replace tips with service fees; and Netflix's higher-than-expected earnings this past quarter.
On today's show, we'll talk about rumors that Disney may want to acquire Netflix; the credibility of online polls; and the possibility of a Pokemon Go update that will include rare Pokemon you can't catch in the current version.
On today's show, we'll talk with the Washington Post's Caitlin Dewey about what she learned investigating Facebook's trending topics section; play this week's Silicon Tally with Ashley Esqueda, senior editor at CNET; and look at rumors about a Pokemon Go update that will include rare Pokemon you can't catch in the current version.