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Wednesday, July 26th
The Future Of War Is Now
For several years,
helped lead the hunt for some of the world's most dangerous terrorists using some of the world's most advanced technologies. Now he's telling his story in his new book Drone Warrior: An Elite Soldier's Inside Account of the Hunt For America's Most Dangerous Enemies. We talked with Brett about his time in war zones and you can also hear our entire interivew in the
WCBS Author Talks
Monday, July 24th
Hackers Are Taking Aim At Hotels
A group of hackers that focuses on cracking the security at hotels has come up with a new way to steal information from people using a hotel's wi-fi.
Tuesday, July 18th
Young Innovators To Watch Winner: MACAY Labs
This week on Dishin Digital we're talking with some of the Nwe York City area students who were honored at the recent
Young Innovators To Watch Awards.
at 18 years old, Abigail Brown is the oldest member of
and they've already come up with a mod for Motorola phones that audiophiles will love.
Young Innovators To Watch Winner: ADVISE
All week we're taking a look at some of the winners of the recent
Young Innovators To Watch Awards
. Today we're hearing from a
that's working on a way to help the visually impared avoid injuries. Congratulations to 14-year-old Deeya Patel, 13-year-old Nitin Seshadri, 12-year-old Divek Patel, 11-year-old Karan Keerthy, 11-year-old Sriram Pankanti and 10-year-old Srinath Duri.
Monday, July 17th
Young Innovators To Watch Winner: White Water
All week on Dishin Digital we're taking a look at some of the winners of the recent
Young Innovators To Watch Awards
handed out at CEWeek in Chelsea. Today we talked with Sharon Lin, a Stuyvesant High grad who came up with White Water: an app that can scan water samples for harmful bacteria and particles.
Thursday, July 13th
Computer Font May Have Raised Flags of Corruption by Pakistani Prime MInister
Could a computer font be key to taking down the Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif?
Wednesday, July 12th
NASA Will Be Throwing DART at Asteroids
NASA is creating technology to save Earth from dangerous asteroids. Their Planetary Defense Team has come up with Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART).
Tuesday, July 11th
Healthcare Over Skype
A Utah healthcare system,
, is putting tele-medicine to work to let doctors care for patients across hundreds of miles.
Monday, July 10th
A Camera Company Goes Full Smartphone
, the company known for making high-end movie cameras, is now getting ready to start making its own
Thursday, July 6th
A VR Playground Arrives In NYC
There's a new way to experience virtual reality in New York City.
is now open near the corner of 34th Street and 5th Avenue.
Wednesday, July 5th
unGlue Your Kids From Their Devices This Summer
is new way to help break your kids away from their phones and tablets while out on summer break.
Tuesday, July 4th
Big Data Is Making Twizzlers
, the company behind Twizzlers, has turned to big data to help make them even better.
Monday, July 3rd
New Ways To Protect Against Ransomware
As AI is being put to work to fight the recent spate of ransomware, Microsoft is also working a new way to protect the next version of Windows 10.
Thursday, June 29th
Jaguar Bringing Whole New Meaning to Gas and Go
A new system is rolling out the lets Jaguar drivers pay for gas right from their car's touch screen.
Wednesday, June 28th
Tech Companies Getting Together to Fight Hate Speach
Some of the biggest tech companies are getting together to fight hate speech. Youtube, Twitter, Microsoft and Facebook have created the Global Internet Forum to fight terrorism.
Tuesday, June 27th
Taking A Beta Bite Of The Apple
If you're just dying to try out the latest
beta of iOS
, then there are a couple you things you need to know about before taking the plunge.
Monday, June 26th
Facebook Takes On TV
Facebook may be ready to jump into television.
Thursday, June 22nd
Netflix Letting You Shape the Stories
Netflix now providing interactive stories that gives viewers a choice about what will happen next.
Wednesday, June 21st
Windows 10 Story Remix Helping You Sort Your Photos and Videos
Windows 10 Story Remix will help you make sense of the thousand of the photos and videos filling up your digital storage.
Tuesday, June 20th
Managing All Your Tech With IFTTT
If you have a whole bunch of tech that just doesn't talk to each other, then
may be perfect for you.
Monday, June 19th
Athletes Get The VR Edge
Some of the best soccer players in the world are now turning to virtual reality to get an edge on the pitch.
Thursday, June 15th
A Digital Native Takes Lessons To The Real World
A company that was born online and helped create a new way to buy mattresses,
, is now taking a lot of the lessons learned on the internet and moving into the world of physical stores.
Wednesday, June 14th
Lego is Helping Your Kids Turn Bricks Into Robots
Lego is ready to give building and coding a boost. Your child can learn to code. You can now buy the Lego Boost Kit.
Tuesday, June 13th
A Mousepad Does Double Duty
is ready to launch a mouse pad that does much more than just sit under your mouse. It'll be able to charge your mouse too.
Monday, June 12th
Soccer is Huge in Spain and So is Watching Game Highlights Online
Big week for Spain's popular soccer team La Liga with playoffs kicking off and that also means that it's a big deal for the tech team. The tech team caters to a new generation of fans follows the team by watching game highlights online.
La Liga Races Into The Digital Age
, the leading soccer league in Spain, is putting a lot of high tech to work, including artifical intelligence, to reach over a billion fans around the world.
Thursday, June 8th
littleBits Makes A Big Jump
A Chelsea-based company,
, has launched a new way for kids to build toys. Now, along with assembling their own electronic toys, kids can program them too.
Wednesday, June 7th
A Wall is Being Developed
A Silicon Valley designer is working on a virtual wall that may finally give Pres. Trump the wall he's been dreaming of.
Building a Virtual Wall
A VR pioneer is proposing a virtual wall along the Mexican border.
Tuesday, June 6th
You can get control of your inbox with a few tips and a little work.
Monday, June 5th
A Computer For Your Wallet
Intel is ready to launch a full-fledged computer that isn't much bigger than a credit card.
Thursday, June 1st
A Quck Way To Turn Your Bike Into An Electric Bike
If you want a little boost the next time you take a bike ride, the
bike wheel may be the best thing you can add to your bicycle. You can see pictures of the bike on the
WCBS Facebook page!
Wednesday, May 31st
On His Own
In today's edition of Dishin Digital Android's creator has set out to create a phone all his own.
Tuesday, May 30th
A New Phone....With The Kodak Name
A new device with the Kodak name raises an interesting question: is it a phone with a camera attached? Or a camera with a phone slapped on?
Monday, May 29th
A company called Inmoji has come up with the next level for emoji.
Thursday, May 25th
Lightning McQueen Drives Off The Movie Screen
The company that brought BB-8 to life has now turned its sights to Lightning McQueen.
Tuesday, May 23rd
Tesla's Still On Track For A Car To Drive Itself Across The Country
Tesla founder Elon Musk says his his company is still aiming to have a car drive itself completely across the country by the end of the year.
Monday, May 22nd
A Power Cables That Can Charge Your Phone AND Back It Up
Backing up your smartphone can now be as simple as plugging it in to charge it.
Thursday, May 18th
New Kindles For Kids
is out with several new Kindle Fire tablets including, for the first time, tablets geared specifically for children.
Wednesday, May 17th
HTC's New Flagship Phone Comes With A Squeeze
The new Android phone from
can do a whole lot with a simple squeeze.
Tuesday, May 16th
Google Is Giving iPhone Users Their Own Personal Google
Google is working on a verson of the Google Assistant for the iPhone. Instead of using Siri iPhone users would be able to use Google Assistant to lauch searches and conversations.
Monday, May 15th
A New Smartphone That Could Last Days On A Single Charge
A Chinese company is ready to roll out a new Android phone that could for several days between charges.
Thursday, May 11th
Fake News Hits USA Today
USA Today now says millions of its followers on Facebook were bogus accounts.
Wednesday, May 10th
Amazon's Echo Show Capitalizing on the Voice First Revolution
Amazon introduces the Echo Show. The company isn't the only one looking to let you get things done by talking to a device. Apple and Microsoft are jumping into the ring with their own devices.
Tuesday, May 9th
Get Active With a New Ring
that fits on your finger is coming soon.
Monday, May 8th
YouTube Vs. Netflix
YouTube is set to pour millions of dollars into original shows and movies this year to take on Netflix. Plus, we'll tell you how you can help convince Netflix to pick up your favorite show!
Thursday, May 4th
IBM's Watson Is Finding An Artist
has teamed up with artists to create a series of portraits on display at
in Lower Manhattan.
Wednesday, May 3rd
Enjoy reading by the pool? Paul Murnane introduces us to a new e-reader that will allow you do so without worrying about it getting wet.
Tuesday, May 2nd
A New High Tech Way To Carry Around Sheet Music
A Japanese company is ready to start rolling out a new way for musicians to carry around thousands of pages of sheet music.
Monday, May 1st
Printing a Building
Researchers at MIT have figured out a way to print a building.
Thursday, April 27th
Amazon's Echo Look Has a Hands Free Camera
Amazon wants to keep an eye on you with Echo Look.
Wednesday, April 26th
Fighting Fake News
Google and the founder of Wikipedia are each pushing forward on new ways to fight fake news.
Tuesday, April 25th
Controlling A Drone...With Your Head
Drone maker DJI is coming out with a headset that'll virtually put you in the cockpit of a drone.
Thursday, April 20th
Chrome Targeting Ads
Google is reportedly ready to make an ad-blocker part of Chrome.
Wednesday, April 19th
E-Sports Are Taking A Leap
E-sports are poised to become medal events at the 2022 Asian Games in China.
Tuesday, April 18th
Our Bandages Are on the Road to Becoming Smart
Reasearchers at Swansea University in Wales are putting together plans to test out bandages that could be created in a 3-D printer.
Monday, April 17th
Tech Hits Ohio
Ohio is home to a couple of weird tech stories.
Thursday, April 13th
Flying a Cell Tower
Verizon Wireless is now running tests on, essentially, a flying cellular tower that could be put in place over disaster zones.
Wednesday, April 12th
They Can Still Steal Your Cell Pin or Password?
Researchers now say it doesn't matter how good the pin or password on your cellphone is they can probably steal it and there's nothing you can do about it.