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  • We check our credit cards and bank statements to make sure everything is in order, but how often do you check your frequent flyer miles? On this episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim exposes the big business of how hackers are selling stolen frequent flyer miles on the Dark Web.

      

  • The number of spoofed websites used to steal sensitive information and commit identity fraud is on the rise. Amazon held an event this week announcing a bunch of new Alexa-enabled devices. Students have found a sneaky way to get out of doing homework. All that and more in Tech News Today.

      

  • In this episode of Tech News This Week, your airline miles might be for sale on the dark web. With midterm elections around the corner, lookout for political scam calls on the rise. Our growing addiction to technology not only has an effect on our relationships, but on our pets too! All that and more in Tech News This week from the digital world of Kim Komando.

      

  • Gaming expert or mass murderer? In many cases, the two are closely linked. With public shootings on the rise, you need to know the clues in technology that indicate a potentially dangerous person. In part 1 of this special Komando on Demand, Kim looks the connection between violent video games and what goes on in the mind of some of these culprits. She also gives some insider tips, case studies and interviews to help you spot trouble before it starts.

      

  • Apple unveiled its new iPhone models a little over a week ago and while having a few improvements, it might not be the best time to upgrade. In this episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim compares the new iPhone X to its predecessors in order to see if it's worth it to upgrade.

      

  • What laws protect our online privacy or take it away? What about our children’s? Learn about your rights to gain access to public records and find out what the government is keeping from you. Host and renowned attorney Steven Teppler and guest, retired FBI special agent Lawrence Wolfenden, discuss the benefits of open records and what laws the government has in place to safeguard our personal data.

      

  • Your bank account could be at risk after the latest breach of a popular online retailer. Apple is going to start tracking your calls and email to give your device a “trust score.” The holidays are right around the corner and we’ve got ways for you to save big on travel. All that and more in Tech News Today from Komando.com.

      

  • Remember when you got your brand new smartphone and the battery lasted for days? Fast forward a few months or so and the battery seems to drain to almost nothing every few hours. In today's episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim looks at the science behind our smartphone batteries and how they work differently than we thought.

      

  • In this episode of Tech News Today, Apple’s new iPhone XS takes stunning pictures and we have the proof. Amazon is coming out with at least 8 new Alexa-enabled hardware devices you can use in your home or in your car. A California man got caught by the FBI after posting illegal content on his Facebook page.

      

  • The Golden Age of Radio presents Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: “The McCormack Matter” - Part 5. A dying prison inmate sets Dollar on a trail of stolen money.

      

  • The Golden Age of Radio presents Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar: “The McCormack Matter” - Part 4. A dying prison inmate sets Dollar on a trail of stolen money.

      

  • Consumer Tech Update : Are streaming services really cheaper than cable?

      

We check our credit cards and bank statements to make sure everything is in order, but how often do you check your frequent flyer miles? On this episode of Consumer Tech Update, Kim exposes the big business of how hackers are selling stolen frequent flyer miles on the Dark Web.

 

 

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