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Episode 67: Is Being There Virtually Almost as Good?

Companies and people around the world have found convenient and practical uses for virtual reality. Listen to learn about some entertainment options that could also be making the move to VR.

Episode 66: Why Smaller Microprocessors?

These tiny chips that run our electronic devices are getting tinier. Find out what this means for the technology that we use in both the office and at home.

Episode 65: Mark Cuban’s Tech Start?

Although you might know a few things about Mark Cuban’s personal life and professional career, you probably don’t know exactly how he rose to the top as an entrepreneur.

Episode 64: Warranty Sticker Shocker

Ever wonder about the repercussions of tinkering with, upgrading or self-repairing your tech gadgets? Turns out they might not be as dire as some companies want you to believe.

Episode 63: The Wi-Fi Alliance

Meet the Texas-based nonprofit group that is working behind the scenes to help with all things Wi-Fi, from product innovations to internet and download speeds.

Episode 62: Popularity of Fortnite

Gamer or not, there’s no doubt you haven’t heard of the video game that’s attracting millions of players from around the world. But if somehow you haven’t, here’s what it’s all about.

Episode 61: Voice Tech Too Real?

Sometimes robots are better off sounding, well, robotic. Earlier this year, Google ran into quite a few complaints with their latest automated voice technology.

Episode 60: Innovation Labs

When it comes to product testing, innovation labs are where the top tech companies are spending their time and money to ensure premium technology for themselves and their consumers.

Episode 59: Migrating your Email Address

Got some old email addresses you’d like to retire? Here’s a few best practices for getting rid of old addresses safely and efficiently.

Episode 58: 3-D printing on demand

If 3-D printing has caught your eye, there are ways to play and experiment with this new tech without committing to spending a fortune on a printer of your own.