Steve Shillingford joins us to chat about his new app Sudo, which puts safety and privacy back in your hands thanks to on-demand phones numbers and email addresses. Plus, @Brittlestar is back to talk about Musical.ly and why your pre-teens and teens can't get enough of growing community. We also chat with Beddit about how their sleep tracker measures your rest without disturbing you. In Socially Speaking, we discuss why a robot kill switch is the next must-have tech.
We chat with FoodMarble about AIRE, a portable app-connected gadget to help you better manage with your digestive system. Plus, Michael Josh is back from CES with his top picks (from friendly robots to ultra-thin TVs). We also speak with the inventor of email, Shiva Ayyadurai about the future of the inbox and why some people dispute his role.
Guy Kawasaki joins us to chat design basics with Canva. Plus, Jill Dyche from SAS on using big data to help rescue dogs and Jennifer Flanagan from Actua on bringing STEM studies to remote communities. We also talk with tech leaders from Maven and Ripples.
Jeff MacArthur joins us to talk about how Facebook is building new tools to fight fake news in the wake of the United States presidential election. Plus, our best Power Friend @Brittlestar brings us the latest on how a group of hardcore Viners (sort of) saved the Vine app. Also, on the show, KidsWifi CTO Kris Braun on his company's new easy-to-manage device to keep your kids safe online.
Smart home technology is improving daily to keep us safe inside our homes. Lockitron Co-Founder Paul Gerhardt joins us on this episode to explain why his company's innovative hardware and software is leading the way. Also on the show, Michael Josh shares some last minute gift giving ideas for the geek on your holiday shopping list. Plus, LiveLike Co-Founder Miheer Walavalkar explains how virtual reality is turning your living room into a sports arena (and why it will be a headset-free experience).
Food Cloud CEO Iseult Ward joins us from Dublin, Ireland to talk about connecting wasted food to charitable organizations. Also on the show, Hussein Fazal is in studio to discuss new chatbot service SnapTravel, the half human and half robot that can book your next hotel room (with an upgrade!). Plus, Amber Mac shares her top three picks from her Holiday Gift Guide, including what you need to know hatching Hatchimals under the tree Christmas morning.
Mike Dover visits us in studio to talk about his new book Dante's Infinite Monkeys: Technology Meets the 7 Deadly Sins. Also on the show, Actua's Jennifer Flanagan on visiting all corners of the country to inspire young people to learn to code. Plus, Valentin Nicoară of Vear joins us from Romania to discuss his Kickstarter campaign for new high-tech clothing called The Legs Jacket.
We talk to the North America Pokemon champ Bennett Piercy about the latest games for the holiday season, including Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon. Also on the show, Click and Grow's Mattias Lepp joins us from Estonia to explain how to build a self-contained kitchen garden with Smart Garden 9. Plus, our power friend @Brittlestar on emerging business models in the live streaming space.
We talk to Dan Grossman from Maven about why GM is turning down the car-sharing road. Also on the show, Fortune Magazine's Mathew Ingram on Twitter's alt-right hate speech crackdown. Plus, tech expert Michael Josh shares how Google is taking over (smart) homes.
TF073 - Jewelbots co-founder Brooke Moreland on building high-tech friendship bracelets for kids to code
We talk to Brooke Moreland, co-founder of Jewelbots, about building smart, programmable friendly bracelets to teach girls and boys how to code. Also on the show, Internet celebrity Casie Stewart on the importance of full disclosure when working with brands in the online space. Plus, how the Myo armband, a wearable gesture control and motion control device, plans to build the future of mouse-free computing. In socially speaking, we discuss the impact of fake news on Facebook.