In this episode of Nope, Sorry, CNET editors debate what to look forward to most in the new year, as well as what tech should die in 2019. Plus, now that all the Christmas movies are over, what is the best Christmas movie ever?
Lawmakers questioned Google's CEO Sundar Pichai for over three hours, looking for answers on alleged anti-conservative bias, plans for a censored search engine for China, and data collection. Here’s an 11 minute overview.
The implications of emerging technology experiences stand to shape human relationships, business expectations, culture, politics, and beyond for generations to come. How can it drive a “human-centric” digital transformation?
1:35 When companies track our phones and sell our location data. 20:31 How the Apple Watch ECG app compares to others 34:52 downfall of We Roam. 47:45 about search engine bias, politics, and the Monopoly Man.
The ways in which technology affects the future of work is relevant to all of us; hear about initiatives that seek to address this topic by developing programs to help Americans adapt to the digital economy.
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.