May 30, 2019
Tesla is clearly the most well-known brand name in electric vehicles. However, in an op-ed, Adam Kaslikowski makes the case that it may not last much longer as a solo company. On today's episode we'll give you a history of EVs, walk through the article, and take a look at where and how electric vehicles will play a...
May 23, 2019
How do you feel about Facial Recognition software? San Francisco just banned governmental agencies from using it and now other organizations are examining it's use. We'll discuss the potential benefits and flaws of this software and try to determine where we stand on this cutting edge technology.
May 16, 2019
Amazon is currently investing $800 million dollars to bring their facilities up to the point where Prime Deliveries will be one day standard for everyone. This is great for the consumer, but what is the cost for the employees? We'll walk through where we are now, to what they are planning with Prime Air, and even...
May 9, 2019
Uber and Lyft drivers went on strike this week. Should Lyft and Uber drivers be able to eventually unionize, or should they remain contractors? There is a lot to unpack this week as we take a look at Uber going public, ride sharing, and the Gig Economy.
May 2, 2019
Facebook announced some major steps to changing their service at the F8 - Facebook Developer Conference. Privacy was mentioned a lot, along with a complete platform redesign and an emphasis on groups. What does all of this mean for the world's largest social media platform? We'll fill you in on the details and ask...