We chat with CNN's Senior Tech Correspondent, Laurie Segall, about how her new series tackles uncomfortable questions about our relationship with technology. We also speak to Israeli-based Airobotics about their automated industrial drones. Plus, digital dad @Brittlestar joins us to explain why some web celebs are leaving Facebook. In Socially Speaking, we explore the future of the egg default avatar on Twitter.
We chat with David Cannington from Nuheara IQbuds about how hearables are dominating the wearables market and how his product can help you hear better on the go (in busy restaurants and more!). We also speak with Stanford University Adjunct Professor Reza Zadeh about his machine learning company Matroid, and how their technology can find products and people in videos. We also connect with our favorite tech reporter, Michael Josh, who just left Samsung's S8 launch in New York.
We chat with Wattpad CEO Allen Lau about a new spin-off app built just for his company's avid mobile readers. We also speak with Stephen Petranek, author of "How We'll Live on Mars," who explains how our kids might be moving to the red planet one day soon. Liat Mordechay Hertanu from 24me joins us from Israel to explain how how her new app, Complete, will help us all get more done.
If you're looking to get in shape with the latest tech, Craig Slagel from RunGo explains how his new app can help you explore a new city while you're working out. We also chat with Ryan Duquette, a top security expert, about keeping yourself safe online from phishing attacks. To save time in line, Jason Davies from MasterCard Canada discusses their latest digital payment innovation. Plus, in Socially Speaking, we discuss the truth about the latest Facebook hoax.
TF087 - Poverty, Inc. filmmaker Michael Matheson Miller joins us to talk about his hit NETFLIX documentary.
Keeper CEO Darren Guccione joins up from Mobile World Congress to talk about how to create better (and more secure) passwords. We also chat with filmmaker Michael Matheson Miller about his film Poverty, Inc, which examines the impact of foreign aid. Chakameh Shafii of TranQool explains how her new business can help you get access to licensed therapists from the comfort of your home. Plus, in Socially Speaking, we debate the benefits of locking smartphones while watching concerts.
Just in case you're impulsive, it's now possible to take back a text you sent before it gets to the recipient. We chat with On Second Thought app creator Maci Peterson about getting control of your messages. Plus, @Brittlestar joins us to talk about his new video series on Twitter and why he's a believer in video growth on this platform. We also get some insight on how to help parents of kids with ADHD with the IGotThis app.
AJ+ is spreading the news in unique, social, and mobile ways. Senior correspondent Ahmed Shihab-Eldin joins us to talk about how their organization is connecting a new generation of readers and viewers (and inspiring other media outlets to follow suit). We also chat with Jill Schoolenberg from GoDaddy about how her company is making website building simple for small business owners. Plus, Gadget Match's Michael Josh joins us from Milan with a report that rates the very best smartphone cameras in the world. Finally, in Socially Speaking, we love on and hate on Snapchat Spectacles.
We chat with well-known video blogger Amy Schmittauer about how to Vlog Like a Boss. Plus, CBO Johnson Cook joins us to talk about Greenlight, a new and innovative debit card that's built just for kids. Also on the show, the President of Sleepace, Howard Borenstein, shares how his company's devices can help you get a better night's sleep (at an affordable price!) and Globalive's Anthony Lacavera explains how a new global hub for artificial intelligence will further cement Canada as an AI leader.
Michael McNally joins us to talk about how the world's most famous toy company is using programming to bring LEGO to life. Plus, get expert advice from real "Sensay" people while chatting on your favorite messaging app. We also speak with Stream about making a living as a live video streamer. In Socially Speaking, we discuss the benefits of taking a pause from your job.
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.