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Elon Musk’s humanoid Tesla robot could come out in months. Plus, Cruise is now charging for rides in its driverless vehicles in San Francisco and Instagram is testing an AI face-scanning tool to verify age. Also, Twitter wants writers to publish longer content with Notes, spray-on plant coating could replace plastic food wrap and a few ways to stop Google tracking. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Want to rearrange your furniture, but not sure how it will look? Use IKEA's new AR app to visualize your new space. Plus, a Google News redesign emphasizes local stories, Brave's new tool lets you create and share your own search rankings and Wi-Fi calling is a fix you need to know about. I'll also share a tech trick you can use to access Google Maps or Apple Maps when you don’t have cell service. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Want your dead grandmother to read you a story? If Amazon's new Alexa AI feature comes to life, you could clone dead voices. Plus, hackers are taking over jacuzzis, Anna Sorokin is selling NFTs and the FBI warns of crypto fraud on LinkedIn. Oh, and you won't believe how much money Big Tech companies make per minute. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The Los Angeles Times said air taxis would soon fill the skies. Is this true, or just fake news? I've got the answer. Plus, Apple plans to end passwords forever and UC Berkeley finds a link between phone use and cancer. In this 30-minute podcast, I'll also tell you how to get free money from class-action lawsuits. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Europe is moving closer to universal charging cables. Will we get the same here in the U.S.? A new bill could put a stop to some of those scummy data-broker sites. Plus, three easy ways to get Alexa, Siri or Google Assistant to understand you better. And the internet is losing its collective mind over Kim Kardashian's red carpet walk in Marilyn Monroe's famous dress. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Want to get your Amazon Prime packages by air? Here's how to get drone deliveries. Plus, Netflix officially announced Squid Game season two, Sony made a $3,700 Walkman and Webex is introducing seamless Apple CarPlay support. Oh, and four states have approved digital license plates featuring GPS tracking and Dark Mode. I've got all the details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Would you share an electric motorbike with other people? Lime thinks you should. Plus, Firefox gives total cookie protection to all users by default — and Amazon treats influencers at a luxury resort. In this 30-minute podcast, I'll tell you about a handy site that alerts you when your favorite show comes back, along with three steps to take before you trade in or sell an old phone. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
A software engineer says Google has a self-aware AI that's as smart as a seven-year-old child. Plus, Apple plans to end passwords forever and Delta Air Lines just set strict time limits for airport lounges. I've also got the disgusting details on an encrypted messaging app Amazon needs to rein in. In this 30-minute podcast episode, you'll also get a few helpful tech tips. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Warren Buffet was right about cryptocurrency. But is Elon Musk right about working from home? Listen to this 30-minute podcast for my take. I'll also cover the Ring controversy that has people asking, "Do doorbell cameras violate privacy?" Plus, Uber expands — as do rental car scams. Also, this new smartphone tool lets you identify just about anything. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Smartphone malware is getting worse. A variant can steal passwords, bank details and your two-factor authentication codes. Plus, updates for iPhone and Android are here and Allie has the best reasons to update. Also, the crew takes on the debate captivating the internet right now: Are there more wheels or more doors in the world? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Make digital people on this free website. They look just as real as you and me. If you think that's creepy, how about Facebook hackers? Look out for these red flags of a compromised account. I'll also tell you how to make your smart fridge a TV and how to use an iPad as a second computer monitor. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Tweeting a spoiler? Put a content warning on it. You should also watch your inbox for this new Instagram scam. Plus, Furbo’s latest pet cam gives you 360-degree views. In this episode, you'll get the inside scoop on seven exciting new iOS 16 features and a photography hack for action shots. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
When it comes to school shootings, everyone is talking about guns. We need to talk about social media, too. Here's why. Also, a family sues Meta for fueling their daughter's self-harm. In this episode, you'll also learn about a new app that helps you track sharks — as well as six signs your phone was hacked. I'll also tell you about a job you can do without any clothes. Even better, you'll learn how to find low gas prices and which dangerous apps you need to remove from your phone right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The CDC has your cell phone records. Plus, you need to watch out for a new online payment scam. Speaking of scams, be careful when you scan QR codes — here's why. In this episode, you'll also learn how to share a YouTube video at a precise starting point, how to quickly delete accounts you no longer use and how to find your parked car using Google Maps. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
NASA just rolled out its massive new rocket. Apple announced during its WWDC 2022 conference that the iPhone 7 won't get the iOS 16 update. It also revealed new devices and hardware — as well as new features coming to your iPhones, iPads and MacBooks. Plus, want to play old computer games online? Matt's got you covered. Also, if you have a Gmail account, don't miss out on this 30-second privacy check. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Have you ever wondered, "What kind of bird is that?" Download this bird ID app to find out. Plus, Apple patents a dual-display MacBook, Wi-Fi 7 test shows off speeds of 30 Gbps and Microsoft Flight Simulator gets a Top Gun add-on. I'll also tell you how to check your pulse using your phone and how to set up an online will. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Want to save money on your subscription services? Sign up for a family plan. You don't even have to use your family! Plus, how to electronically sign PDFs and make phone calls through Facebook thanks to a Messenger update. Plus, what to expect from Apple's upcoming software updates and future gadgets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Amazon Echo, Google Nest and other devices can be hacked. Here's how. Plus, Val Kilmer makes a comeback in Top Gun, a judge rules that Ring video doorbells violate privacy and IBM's self-sailing Mayflower suffers another fault in crossing the Atlantic. Also, virtual children to play with will be common in 50 years. In this episode, you'll also learn why your home needs its own email address and how to remove yourself from creepy people search sites. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Plugging in a USB cable the right way feels like a no-brainer. Then why do we get it wrong on the first try so often? Here's a secret trick you can use to put your USB drive in the right way the first time. I'll also share a useful Google trick, news of an Instagram scam, Zuckerberg's latest metaverse hijinks and whether the Ford F-150 Lightning Truck is worth the money. You'll also learn about 15 clever uses for your Amazon Echo — and security steps you can’t skip. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
A new kind of ransomware is on the loose, and victims can't pay to get the encryption key to their files — they must complete three acts of charity. Plus, Val Kilmer is back in "Top Gun: Maverick," thanks to the help of AI and deepfake technology. And Facebook is losing one of its best security features. We'll tell you what to do instead to keep your account safe. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comments (14)

Albert Young

Thank you for sharing such an engaging discussion and the topic. I agree that self-driving cars aren’t some crazy future tech because they are here now. I think that self-driving automobiles are not 100% secure (like anything in the real world), but it has an excellent opportunity to solve issues such as; I came to this conclusion while reading their thoughts on drunk driving essays. They will work because they do already now; they will work more safely and smoothly with some upgrades and testing requirements.

May 2nd

Emilia Gray

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Dec 28th


speaking of that (those) mario games AND that decluttr thing, well decluttr sounds like an online pawn site and that is just the scam that the mario game(s) are involved in. Heritage Auctions buys the games, cleans it up and "grades" it- or basically seals and authorizes it, than sells it but get this TO THEMSELF. This largely inflates the price and collectors hate this practice. Now you may notice I don't particularly comprehend the details so you might say I'm feedig to much into the youtube conspiracies and you'd probably be right! I'd just like to inform you that this (and probably the ipod/iphone thing heck any shocking too good to be true story- you know what we've all been taught about that) is probably a scam and we'd just appreciate if you didn't advertise that kind of stuff. Just realize we may be nutty conspiracy theorists (after all we don't want the prices inflated on our hobby lol is that so wrong?) but sometimes even the conspirators are right... or on the right track in any case. Thank you Videogame collecting nerds, Esquire

Aug 15th

Doug Ruggles

Kim, why does your add for buyraycom/kimk.... take me to a bogus website with links deemed potentially harmful? (

Nov 12th


Just started listening to this podcast. One episode in (virtual concerts) and I must say I realy like the ping pong aspect of host and guest. My only complaint is please sync the volume better. It might be on my end but from what I noticed is the ads that roll are super loud and im finding myself having to adjust the volume every time an ad rolls.

Nov 3rd


Freaks and Geeks is such a fun highly underrated show with an 80s vibe, no idea where to find it though but its well worth the search. Red Oaks is another coming of age series with a strong 80s vibe made by Amazon Prime video. I really like the Prime series, Mozart in the Jungle.

Oct 28th

Clinton Knight

last year the Prime Day prices were the same as July prices. It was truly a disappointment.

Oct 11th

JC Preston

True story. Several of my podcast guests have been Digital Nomads. Many of them prefer to be called "Citizens of the World".

Mar 30th

Ray Jayatunga

Great discussion and really valuable insight. My only criticism is that the background track is extremely distracting

Jan 18th
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Russell Hicks

love Kim Komando,

Jan 16th

Phil Conti

thkq..very informative in laymen language.

Aug 2nd

Pamela Grebe Richardson

Interesting content (have listened to several episodes) but it's a painful experience. There is way too much noise underneath the speaker and/or used to "illustrate" the information being presented. Unfortunately, with this episode, I have finally been driven away and will be unsubscribing.

May 18th
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