Talked about what blockchain is and how it will recreate the way we do our transaction, storing of data, moving assets, and more.
Talked what's new with Apple, as discussed and presented on their latest Keynote Event, including what to expect in the much awaited MacBook Pro.
Talked about the big tech-media mergers (AT&T, Time Warner, Verizon, raising their concerns about privacy.
Talked about why Apple turns out to be the cheaper option that PCs in the long run, as IBM study shows.
Talked about the latest in technology, including the Apple's possible line-up for 2017, and what happened during the downtime with the major social media over the weekend.
Talked about the latest in tech news, including who is in control of the internet. Also, after the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7, now the exploding Samsung washing machine.
Talked about the widespread cyber attack that happened over the weekend, causing major social media sites to be greatly affected.
Craig opens the show discussing why the next president should take the tech industry seriously, as well as how the consumers will be greatly affected now that technology is developing faster than before.
Erik Knight is the founder and CEO of SimpleWan. Current IT Chair & Board member of the Arizona Science Center. Prior to SimpleWan he started COMVOICE, an early to market hosted VoIP company, and also an IT company; both successfully sold and rolled up by other companies. He also developed DirtSearch.org, which is a free background search site. Erik currently has 6 patent pending; all involving development and inventing new technologies. His specializations & experience include: Oracle DB; MYSQL/PHP; Cisco CCNA; Microsoft; Windows/Servers; and FreeBSD/Centos/Linux/Solaris. Summed up Several Database, Networking and Operating System Certifications.
With programing experience in over eight computer languages. Erik’s technologies and security experience has been reviewed by and used by fortune 500 companies and government organizations. He is a strong believer in investing back into the community. His philanthropy includes: Operation Home Front, St Joseph Hospital, Toys for Tots, Christmas Angel Program, ChildHelp USA, Make a Wish Foundation, Team Lizzy Bell, The Cade Purdue Foundation, CRS (Children’s Rehabilitation Services), and many more.
Craig continues covering the latest in technology, including the plate number and facial recognition system that the New York is testing to help prevent terrorism and other crimes.
Talked about the latest in tech news including how the new speed of the internet will make smart homes more interesting with 5G. Also, discussed why the next president should take tech seriously, and focus on the technology's effect on smart homes and autonomous vehicles on security and jobs.
Talked about why the next president should take tech seriously, including where the internet stands after being handed over to the United Nations, plus more tech news.
Talked about Samsung losing billions because of the Galaxy Note 7 going on fire, and what are the alternatives. Also, discussed why you need to delete your Yahoo account immediately.
Talked about why Samsung is going down with their Galaxy Note 7 that caught fire, and why Yahoo users don't have to think twice and just delete their accounts.
Michelline Dufort is a professional with deep skills and relationships in public policy, association management, non-profit organizations and strategic communications, and is a well-known entity in New Hampshire’s legislative and business arenas. Her first leadership role was as Executive Director of a Boston-based foundation that distributed hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants to area organizations until she relocated to New Hampshire to lead a prominent business association. That role led to a stint in higher education as a Vice President, and eventually to her own consulting firm with a roster that included a coalition of competitive energy suppliers and a joint venture of five healthcare systems.
In the public policy arena, Michelline launched an advocacy program for a statewide association and also has been the lead on a variety of legislative winning issues for a wide range of clients. At Cookson Strategies, Michelline leads the public policy side of the business for this small but powerhouse communications firm and oversees the operations of one of CSC’s most cherished clients, the NH High Tech Council. In the year and a half since joining CSC and NHHTC, the Council has grown in membership, programming, and engagement.
Craig continues the show with a report that shows emails containing malware has increased four times in the second quarter of 2016.
Craig explains what a canary is, its purpose, and how it is similar to the warrant canary as being used by the federal government. Also included in the news is why you should delete your Yahoo account immediately.
Craig continues, that despite the rising concern of email security issues with Yahoo, other US tech giants are not doing the Yahoo-style email spying.
Also, sharing some great apps that can be used for going online safe and securely.
Talked about the latest in tech this week, including the millions of Yahoo email accounts hacked and how this will create a great impact to many Yahoo users as well as the possibility of getting their associated online accounts compromised. Also in the news on how to get the real deals on Amazon.
Discussed the results of the Presidential debate, where people are actually getting their news today, and how a presidentiable uses social media to their advantage.
Also talked about what's next after President Obama has approved to give away the control of the internet to the United Nations.
Craig opens the show with the latest in the tech news, including the discussion of the great possibility that the internet will be given global governance and how it will impact the world wide web.
Cathy O’Neil received her Ph.D. in mathematics from Harvard University and, after a brief stint in academia, landed a position as a quant on Wall Street. She was eager to put her math skills to use, predicting movements in the market. But when she realized that the hedge fund she was working for was betting against people’s retirement funds, she became deeply disillusioned. Math was being used in a way she felt was immoral. She left Wall Street and became the financial advisor to the Occupy Movement, bringing their message to audiences from NPR’s Morning Edition to the WGA “Best Documentary” award-winning Frontline episode called “Money, Power, and Wall Street.” She then became a data scientist for a New York start-up.
Now, she is an evangelist for the cause that is at the heart of her book, writing about these ideas and much more on her blog Math Babe. O’Neil is uniquely situated to talk about the social and political implications of this kind of math given her deep knowledge of modeling techniques and an insider’s understanding of how companies are using them.
Craig wraps up the show on how the new FCC rules may free subscribers from the rising cost of cable plans.