Molly Wood

The newest addition to the Marketplace team, Molly Wood serves as the backup host for all Marketplace shows and as the tech correspondent when not hosting.

Wood’s experience covering personal technology spans all media – print, online and broadcast. A frequent contributor to Marketplace Tech and other national media outlets, Wood also launched the CNET podcast Buzz Out Loud, which was one of the early successes in tech podcasts. She also created and executive produced “Always On with Molly Wood” at CNET.

A long-time admirer of Marketplace, she is excited to join the team and contribute her unique voice and perspective.

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Features by Molly Wood

Digital advertising is expected to hit $50 billion this year.

Technology meets advertising, with you as the target

Thanks to automation, the digital ad business is expected to hit $50 billion.
Posted In: technology, video, advertising
The AOL logo is posted on a sign in front of the AOL Inc. offices.

Verizon is buying AOL. What now? Let us explain.

It might sound crazy, but it's all about mobile video ads.
Posted In: Mergers and Acquisitions, aol, Verizon
Google's European headquarters.

EU officials move to regulate US tech companies

Companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook would face tighter rules overseas.
Posted In: Google, Amazon, European Union, regulation
The Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset is demonstrated on stage during the 2015 Microsoft Build Conference on Wednesday at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.

Build 2015: We should all be 'failing' like Microsoft

CEO Satya Nadella touted Windows 10 — but the cloud is where the money is.
Posted In: Microsoft, windows 10, windows, augmented reality, virtual reality, HoloLens

At RSA, desperate for data to help understand threats

At the RSA Conference, security pros are looking for answers to stop breaches.
Posted In: RSA, cybersecurity, hackers, privacy
Antitrust charges the European Union has brought against Google could cost the search engine company billions of dollars.

Why it's hard to tell good monopolies from bad

The European Union has brought an antitrust case against Google.
Posted In: Google, anti-trust, Monopoly

The Netflix 'State of the Union'

Netflix announces earnings today, and expectations are high.
Posted In: netflix

New York City considers restrictions on electronic cigarettes

The city council in New York is considering the same restrictions for e-cigarettes that already exist for regular cigarettes.
Posted In: e-cigarettes

Xbox One doesn't look backwards

Critics are complaining the Xbox One isn't backwards compatible.
Posted In: Xbox One, Microsoft

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