We talk to Internet celebrity Jason Nash about why he went from the small screen to the big screen with his famous friends. Plus, Teresa Coles from CreatAthon explains how they're on a mission to deliver $100 million in pro bono marketing services to the nonprofit marketplace by 2020. Also, Anthony Weil joins us from Brazil to talk about how One X can measure your skin antioxidant level directly from the palm of your hand.
We talk to tech expert Marc Saltzman about apps to save you money while you're shopping and the future of cashless purchasing. Plus, Amber's brother and business partner Jeff joins us to talk about the new Macs and their family's very first computer. Also, @Brittlestar shares his thoughts on the future of Twitter and if video is the platform's best chance for a bright future.
We talk to the co-author of The Future of the Professions about how technology will replace traditional jobs like doctors and lawyers. Also on the show, Akira CEO Dustin Walper joins us to discuss how an app can improve on-demand healthcare and usher in an new era of AI-enhanced medicine. We also take a look at Lyfie, a ping-pong-size camera for your phone to share 360 experiences with your friends.
We talk to one of the founders of Gate, a crowdfunding campaign that wants to sell you the first all-in-one connected smart lock. Plus, SAS' Jill Dyche joins us to talk about how to use big data to help rescue dogs. We also speak to Pieter van der Does, CEO and co-founder of fin tech superstar Adyen, about how they became Silicon Valley's payment system of choice with mega clients such as Uber, Netflix, and Facebook.
Bring Donald Trump to life with an app and temporary tattoos, all thanks to a new "campaign" from Digital Howard. Run your amateur sports team or league like the pros with TeamSnap. Plus, @Brittlestar joins us to talk about the latest social media apps that make video editing on the go easier than ever.
After rocking her role as Vice President of Media at Twitter, Kirstine Stewart talks to us about her new adventure as the Chief Strategy Officer at Diply. If you have a baby at home or on the way, Adam Rivera from Tulip joins us to explain how his company's latest technology can keep infants safe and parents peaceful. We also chat about the top three laptop trends this fall.
Gilad Beeri from Apollo Shield joins us to talk about how to keep drones from flying into restricted spaces (without destroying them). We also talk to retail futurist Doug Stephens about why Amazon is heading offline to connect with consumers. In Socially Speaking, we discuss when and why parents should stop sharing photos of their kids on Facebook. Plus, how the Tack app helps you to streamline your digital life for easier access to your files.
We talk to Garin Toren, founder and CEO of messageLOUD, about how his app can stop distracted driving. Plus, women owned and operated company ZON on how to charge your phone with "patio power" at resorts or in your backyard. Finally, Bloomberg's Gerrit De Vynck is back to talk about the iPhone 7 and other Apple news.
We talk to Michael Josh in Berlin as he rounds up all things tech from IFA. Plus, Erica Mozes from Hyr joins us to talk about Madison, their AI tool that will change the future of shift work. Finally, Chef Mike Ward brings tech to the kitchen including a smart frying pan.