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The Kim Komando Show

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Kim Komando Facebook Page Statistics

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  • Have you ever had an app ask you to access your phone's location? How about the app that wants access to your smartphone camera and contact list. It has become second nature to share this info with the app, but did you ever stop to think: where does all this data go? Our lives are being tracked and sold to companies. In this podcast you will learn who is tracking you, how they can get to your personal information and most importantly where your data is being sent.

      

  • The Golden Age of Radio presents X Minus One: "The Martian Death March" from 9/8/55 starring David Pfeffer. The story of man's inhumanity to Martians.

      

  • Have you ever wondered how much Google knows about you? There is a way to find out. Learn all the data Google has on you with a few simple clicks. In this podcast, Kim looks at Google's new way for users to take a look at all the data they've collected from them whether it's Gmail, Chrome or any other Google product. The depth of the results may shock you.

      

  • The government shutdown is threatening the rollout of 5G. Verizon is testing a game streaming service. Hackers have earned millions in Bitcoin through ransomware. Microsoft’s Windows 7 has one year of support left. IMDb launches streaming service through Amazon. What’s new at the Detroit auto show. Instagram’s most liked post is no longer Kylie Jenner. All that and more in Tech News Today from Komando.com.

      

  • Phishing scams continue to get smarter and harder to spot. You can be charged for not answering your cell phone on cruise ships. A new batch of Adware apps in the Google Play store have been installed more than 8 million times. Google Assistant can now be accessed through Google’s mobile website. SpaceX is planning to lay off 10% of its workforce. AI is creating images of food that doesn’t actually exist. And Ford built robotic buttocks to simulate human sweat. All that and more in Tech News Today from Komando.com.

      

  • Jeff Bezos' divorce provides us with a cautionary tale: text messages are forever. In this episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim looks at a few of the details that led to Jeff Bezos divorce and why we all need to be aware that the text messages and images we send last a lifetime.

      

  • CES seems to be turning into an auto show. Amazon will now drop packages off in your garage. Jeff Bezos announced on Twitter he's getting divorced after 25 years of marriage. Kroger is changing the shopping game and could be a threat to Amazon. Phone carriers are still selling your location data. People with Samsung phones are having trouble deleting Facebook. Scientists say Mona Lisa’s eyes don't follow you around the room. All that and more in Tech News Today from Komando.com.

      

  • By now, you may have heard that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is getting and his wife are getting a divorce after 25 years of marriage. So, how much money are we talking? In this episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim talks about Jeff Bezos impending divorce and why it's the most expensive divorce in history.

      

  • A new take on a nearly 50-year-old game becomes an unexpected hit at CES. A tech refresh of a backyard staple means you can keep your drinks cold and your phone charged. A relatively new iPhone feature could be used to spy on you. The government shutdown could lead to frustration with your phone. New malware is hitting businesses to steal more data. And Jack Spirko from the Survival podcast joins to talk about storm safety for your family.

      

  • In this day and age, many people are looking the make a little extra money to help pay the bills. Thanks to the internet and social media, it's pretty common to see an ad or a video advertising a way to make money selling online using the Amazon marketplace. However, there are people out there making money not by selling on Amazon but by selling the "secrets" to getting rich on Amazon. And many people are losing a lot of money on these scams.

      

  • We'll showcase a few of Kim’s favorites from CES 2019. Ignore this scary new Facebook hoax. Sharing your Netflix password can now get you in trouble. There's another twist in Netflix's Bandersnatch. An experimental app could detect a drug overdose. Protect yourself from this scary iPhone scam call. And radio bursts have been detected in outer space. All that and more in Tech News Today from Komando.com.

      

  • My show is starting now and you can call me live at 1-888-825-5254 now! There’s so much to talk about today - like Jeff Bezos upcoming divorce, people are losing money trying to sell on Amazon, I’ll share my picks from CES 2019 and more!

      

Have you ever had an app ask you to access your phone's location? How about the app that wants access to your smartphone camera and contact list. It has become second nature to share this info with the app, but did you ever stop to think: where does all this data go? Our lives are being tracked and sold to companies. In this podcast you will learn who is tracking you, how they can get to your personal information and most importantly where your data is being sent.

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