Marketplace Tech for Monday, June 15, 2015
Jun 15, 2015

Marketplace Tech for Monday, June 15, 2015

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Airing on Monday, June 15, 2015: Will this be the year that virtual reality takes it place in gaming? We’ll see when the E3 conference kicks off. More on that. Plus, it's been three days since the FCC's Net Neutrality rules officially took effect. We'll talk to Brian Fung, technology reporter for the Washington Post, about what that means. And with 4 million current and former government employees receiving notifications that their personal information has been hacked, we take a look at why the fix is not as simple as issuing new social security numbers. ESET researcher Stephen Cobb tells us more.

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Virtual reality is star of this year's E3

Jun 15, 2015
VR is poised to meet the masses in mobile technology.

Airing on Monday, June 15, 2015: Will this be the year that virtual reality takes it place in gaming? We’ll see when the E3 conference kicks off. More on that. Plus, it’s been three days since the FCC’s Net Neutrality rules officially took effect. We’ll talk to Brian Fung, technology reporter for the Washington Post, about what that means. And with 4 million current and former government employees receiving notifications that their personal information has been hacked, we take a look at why the fix is not as simple as issuing new social security numbers. ESET researcher Stephen Cobb tells us more.

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