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Today's major tech stories include two major robocall court cases starting, Google's plan to translate and transcribe different languages in real time and Congress' message to Google to stop incentivizing misleading information about climate change.
We're not sure that anyone asked for a 503-horsepower version of BMW's compact SUV with a Competition spec chassis and suspension, but we're pretty excited that such an insane machine exists.
There's finally a Mini electric you can buy. It's big fun on a small scale -- but there's a catch.
Friend of the show David Katzmaier swings by to talk about flat-screens and football.
Today's major tech stories include a report saying Avast has been selling its user's web browsing data, the FCC authorizing commercial use of the coveted "on-go band," and how the DeLorean Motor Company might be getting ready to stage a comeback.
We've got a while to go before Apple's annual refresh of the iPhone, but reports are coming in left and right. The device could get an overhaul in more ways than one.
In today's top stories, Google says it will experiment with how it displays search results after some backlash to recent changes. Meanwhile, the creator of Vine releases a new six-second video app called Byte.
Look past the new Sonata's polarizing exterior, and you'll find one seriously high-quality midsize sedan.
I had a chance to try out Mojo Vision's prototype smart contact lens, with a tiny monochromatic display designed to sit right on your eye, feeding you information as you need it. With demos showing the potential to see in the dark and navigate menus with your eyes, Mojo Vision appears to be aiming for the sweet spot between clunky AR goggles and invasive brain-computer interfaces like Neuralink.
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