2:04 what went wrong with Civil? 14:02 Huawei CFO Mung Wanzow arrested. 21:18 EyeDetect uses algorithms for lie detection. 39:28 A new game called Turing Tumble. 51:27 about the rise in porch theft, and how apps help.
Who controls the Internet? Large corporations and governments -- that's threatening digital privacy, says Tamas Kocsis who shares his plan to build an alternative, decentralized network that returns power to everyday users.
1:55 Purple Air crowd sources air quality sensors. 16:56 On-demand motorized scooter companies. 27:41 Digital artist spins a web 42:48 Amazon baby registries deceptive ad practices. 57:23 the new Google Pixel Slate.
In a talk about the alarming ways tech companies deceive their users, an expert shares insights about the personal information you've agreed to let companies collect, and how they use your data at a scale you could never imagine.
CNET’s Dan Ackerman shows off some of his favorite gaming, two-in-one and MacBook laptops of the year, just in time for holiday gift shopping. Not surprisingly, the first to be mentioned is an Apple product.
1:50 Sonic boom (or thud) testing is starting again. 13:23 Amazon selected three cities to split its HQ2 between. 29:21 Third generation Anki Vector robot and its features. 40:21 New Raspberry Pi 3 A+ is announced.
In this week's What The Future, Elon Musk walks through the Boring Company's new LA tunnel, a look at a robot that changes its shape to get where it needs to go, plus, a real-life AT-ST walker right out of Star Wars.
1:31 Everything Samsung announced this week. 16:57 Magic UX wants to change the way you think about multitasking on your phone. 31:22 Get tips on Black Friday deals with Trevor Daugherty from 9to5Toys.