Bit coins are a form of virtual currency and they are collected by a type of online mining. It’s not picks and shovel mining of course, and in today’s What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explains how criminals could be using your computer to mine for them.
How we get internet access is sort of a mystery. Sometimes it’s lightning fast and other times you can’t even load a Google search. If you’re WiFi has seemed bogged down, there could be a reason behind it. Jamey Tucker explains in today’s What the Tech? segment.
Sometimes we have an abundance of motivation, other times it can seem hard to complete even the simple tasks. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker introduces an app with one goal: to brighten your day and give you that extra drive to accomplish your goals.
Virtual reality has become the newest tech in gaming in the past few years, but now there’s new tech that incorporates that virtual experience into the real world. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker gives us a look at how augmented reality might be coming to a screen near you.
It seems like hackers are a concern for everyone, breaking into everything from banking accounts to social media. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker shares a warning from the National Security Agency (NSA) for Windows users about something that could put everything on your computer at risk.
If you have ever worked a physical job or maybe had to bribe a few friends to help you move, there’s now a technology to make these tasks a little easier. In today’s What the Tech segment, Jamey Tucker is in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronic Show to check out some wearable robots that can give the wearer superhuman strength.
When you think of followers, Instagram jumps to mind. What you might not have known is that Facebook has followers too. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker explores the convoluted lengths you have to go to if you want to hide your Facebook content.
We’ve all been there … you’re stuck on a problem and then suddenly … Eureka! In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker takes us to Eureka Park at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show.
Television screens are huge and we’ve come a long way from the days when a giant tube was attached to the back. In this What the Tech? segment, Jamey Tucker shows us the latest TVs at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
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