Marketplace Tech Report
Marketplace Tech is a daily 4-minute show exploring how technology is shaping our lives.
On today's show, we'll talk about a slip in iPhone sales for Apple; the danger of internet-connected devices; and the possibility of "social hacking" during this election.
On today's show, we'll talk about the NBA's partnership with the company NextVR to broadcast games in virtual reality; a startup called Phone2Action, which aims to connect smartphone users to their lawmaker via app; and how we should look at AT&T as a company amid news it plans to purchase Time Warner.
On today's show, we'll look at how Americans feel about voting online; a Politico report that predicted the media could be vulnerable to cyber attacks on election night; and a new study that shows the share of women in tech is declining.
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.