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  • TNW 65: Megan & Jason Go to White Castle

    Thu 5:55pm By TWiT
    1:17 Bounty Hunters can find real-time location data on mobile phone users in the US, and all it cost Joseph Cox from Motherboard was $300 to do it.…
  • TNW 64: The Appleocalypse

    Jan 3, 2019, 5:44 pm By TWiT
    01:44 Tech predictions for 2019 with tech journalist Omar Gallaga.…
  • TNW 63: Best Interviews of 2018

    Dec 27, 2018, 5:30 pm By TWiT
    Megan and Jason pick a few of their favorite interviews from the year.2:18 Lawyer and legal professor Sandra Davidson discusses #PlaneBae and explains what rights we still have to privacy in the digital age.…
  • TNW 62: Snails Are so Boring

    Dec 20, 2018, 8:38 pm By TWiT
    1:51 Taylor Lorenz from The Atlantic writes about how Instagram users are promoting items as if they are paid sponsorships in an attempt to raise their profile in front of their peers.…
  • TNW 61: Data Exhaust

    Dec 13, 2018, 8:03 pm By TWiT
    1:35 What it means when companies track our phones and sell our location data. Jennifer Valentino-DeVries walks us through her investigation for The New York Times.…
  • TNW 60: Porch Pirates

    Dec 6, 2018, 8:33 pm By TWiT
    2:04 Civil had big plans to revolutionize journalism, but it fell far short of its token sales goal. Leigh Cuen from CoinDesk shares what this means for Civil newsrooms.…
  • TNW 59: No Money, No Lipstick, No Problem

    Nov 29, 2018, 8:57 pm By TWiT
    1:55 How Purple Air crowd sources its air quality sensors to bring vital information about pollution to everyone…
  • TNW 58: The Sonic Thud

    Thu 10:15pm By TWiT
    1:50 Sonic boom testing is starting again, and Dan Vergano from Buzzfeed says that new technology might make it more of a sonic thud. But is that good enough?…
  • TNW 57: Foldable Mosquitoes

    Nov 8, 2018, 7:06 pm By TWiT
    1:31 Everything Samsung announced this week, with David Ruddock from Android Police.…
  • TNW 56: Give Me Apple Store or Give Me Death

    Nov 1, 2018, 8:00 pm By TWiT
    1:44 This year for Halloween, MIT researchers allowed the Internet to control an actual human for a few hours. Niccolo Pescetelli joins to share some of the surprises from the live stream, and what lessons can be gleaned about humanity.…