This Week in Tech (39)

This week solar-powered electric cars, a brand new type of wearable electronics, taking cues from Mother Nature to create high tech products, and a fitness tracker—for your dog!
This week: Can the blue light from your mobile devices cause you to get fat, have insomnia, and go blind? We'll find out. Also....how much does social media really influence our decisions, will Google will enable censorship in China, and driverless cars that deliver groceries to right your home.
This week, how mobile devices are both a danger—and an opportunity—for the US military, a new Facebook scam that could cost you big money, how hundreds of people lost their homes because of a computer algorithm, and new health concerns about how much time you spend staring at your screens.…
This week, an update on E-Bay’s retail revival program in Akron, Apple as the world’s first Trillion dollar company, continuing concerns about Russian interference in our elections, and a smarter way to sleep.  
This week, a new offshore wind farm in Lake Erie, 3-D printed guns, using robots to fight the opiod epidemic, and smart phone screens that won't break.  
This week, high tech agriculture—at the library, more Facebook controversy, new cyber threats, and smart phone applications that can help you stay healthy. https://soundcloud.com/wakr-newstalksports/this-week-in-tech-with-jeanne-destro-7-27-18
This week, high tech tires that can tell you when they need air, how the technology that’s supposed to make your home more safe and comfortable is being weaponized for domestic violence, how and why your supposedly private emails really aren’t private at all, and how one day, we may…
  This week, we're visiting Akron's "Makerspace", where tinkerers, inventors, and entrepreneurs can use both new and old technology to create, explore, and innovate. We'll also learn about a new invention to make the electrical grid "smarter", how we may one day use the whole surface our homes to generate…
This week, a major Supreme Court decision about cell phones and privacy, NSA surveillance, controversy facial recognition technology, and gaming addiction as an actual mental illness.   
UPDATE: A brand new Supreme Court ruling has just reversed much of the case law we discussed in this show. We'll have a follow up, with a whole new look at the issue in light of it, next week. This week, we're focusing on privacy, including news about an upcoming…
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