Sound like a tech pro, even if you’re not! Award-winning popular host Kim Komando is your secret weapon. Kim is in a class all her own. Her widely successful radio show is heard on over 500 stations in the United States and internationally in 175 different countries. Kim has millions of fans who love her down-to-earth, deeply relatable, and easy-to-understand way of talking about consumer tech. Every episode is loaded with the scoop about the latest gadgets, online security, social media trends, and digital privacy. Kim makes it all entertaining and fun. With a mix of important news, practical advice, and compelling conversations, you’ll be able to make informed decisions and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in the tech world. Kim started her show and still owns it herself. She’s not part of a big broadcasting company. Her company has no debt or investors. That’s why many small business owners also turn to her for advice on growing their businesses using web-based tools. In the Kim Komando Today Podcast, every episode is loaded with ways to better your tech life. New episodes of the Kim Komando Podcast drop every Monday through Friday. To learn more about Kim, the things she mentions, or submit a topic or question, drop by www.Komando.com
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Plus, following a heart attack and triple bypass in 2020, Billy Smith bought an Apple Watch. It sparked a passion for running. He's now conquering marathons. Meanwhile, 100% of people house hunt online, streaming has hidden costs, and private mode isn't truly private.
Plus, Gary Larock needed a kidney, so his family turned to Facebook. A stranger, Cecelia Hendee, saw it and stepped in with a life-changing decision. Apple is opening up to Android messaging, and the Feds want to monitor your car. Also, affordable home mesh Wi-Fi systems.
Plus, Tony is a pro photographer. He has 53 years worth of pics and no way to organize them. I help sort things out. Humane's AI-powered pin looks to beat the iPhone, but will it win? How to check traffic before you drive, and the best charging cords that don't break the bank.
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Plus, Joseph Cox from 404 Media looks into how U.S. police are using Fusus, an AI-powered surveillance tool for scanning license plates and more. Also, why ads are everywhere, AI in legal negotiations, and a hidden list showing apps that eavesdrop.
Plus, Patti's facing a tech nightmare. The IT guy she hired turned against her, hacking her online life and controlling her tech. I help her fight back. Also, a look at Waze's new crash hotspot alerts, Elon Musk's spicy chatbot, and the emergency cash you should keep on hand.
Plus, Graham Cochrane is a side-hustle whiz. After a job loss in 2009, he now pulls in $160K/month from two businesses in passive income — and he shares how he did it. Also, Citibank wants you to stop getting paper bills and what to do if your laptop gets stolen.
Plus, Will Kemper is a third-gen farmer from Indiana. He's looking to automate some of his farm work, and I've got some tips. What should you do if your EV catches fire? It's not what you'd expect. How to sell the stuff in your closet, and the trick to wiping location data from pics.
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Plus, I'm talking to Professor Scott Galloway about his views that Gen Z should be educated on mating dynamics — especially with sexbots on the rise. I’ll also show you how to spot phony retail sites, introduce a woman who turns her dating app matches into music, and highlight ChatGPT Plus's new file analysis tool. Don't miss out.
Plus, TikTok's Jacob Knowles shares his journey from lobsterman to social media star. I've got the lowdown on Apple's "Scary Fast" event. Boston Dynamics' robotic dog now serves as a talking tour guide, courtesy of ChatGPT, and hackers crack a $200 million Bitcoin puzzle.
Plus, there's a new term you need to know: Artificial General Intelligence, or AGI. I'm here to decode it for you. Men, did you know your phone might be messing with more than just your notifications? Yep, we're talking sperm counts. Stick around for the lowdown on doorbell cams, and a shortcut to whip through those long privacy policies.
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"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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