If you've ever wanted to experiment with quantum computing on a smaller scale, IBM is offering a great opportunity.
If you've ever wanted to literally get away from it all, Jet Capsule's floating house concept might be of interest to you.
The paid music-streaming service may be getting a cleaner look in time for the June developers' conference, while rival Spotify rolls out a new look this week. Also, Hulu plans to stream live TV in a cord-cutting bundle.
An Australian businessman says he created the digital currency, but experts find flaws in his proof. Bridget Carey explains the bigger questions surrounding the mystery of "Satoshi Nakamoto."
Questions over the 5th Amendment are raised when judges can order you to unlock a device with your print -- but you can't be forced to give up your password. Also, Sony may have its own legal trouble with a video-recording contact lens, and celebrities at the Met Gala attempt to bring tech to fashion.
Rumors suggest we might see manmade meteor showers at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, but we'd also be OK seeing a drone "fireworks" show at opening ceremonies.
The app is in denial that it's a social network, so Bridget Carey has some words for the bird. Meanwhile, Google wants to inject tech into your eyeball and Samsung tucks in tykes with virtual reality.
Scott Stein is back on the show to talk about his first year with the Apple Watch and what Nintendo is up to with their recent announcements regarding the NX and The Legend of Zelda.
Apple's earnings and the lack of new, exciting products could spell trouble, unless they sell a bajillion iPhone 7s.
Apple Safari RSS, the default Mac OS X browser, beats Opera, Firefox, and Internet Explorer as the best Web browser for Mac users.
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