Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Nov 4, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, November 4, 2014

HTML EMBED:
COPY

On today's show, Dan Weissmann talks about Michael Dell launching his new private Dell computer company. Also, Dan Wallach, Professor of Computer Science at Rice University, on why voting machines malfunction. Plus, Ben chats with Lisa Selin Davis, writer for Quartz, about living one week without using cash or credit cards, just mobile payments.

Segments From this episode

Living without cash or credit cards for a week

Nov 4, 2014
Lisa Selin Davis limited herself to mobile payments. Spoiler alert: it was hard.

On today’s show, Dan Weissmann talks about Michael Dell launching his new private Dell computer company. Also, Dan Wallach, Professor of Computer Science at Rice University, on why voting machines malfunction. Plus, Ben chats with Lisa Selin Davis, writer for Quartz, about living one week without using cash or credit cards, just mobile payments.

The future of this podcast starts with you.

Every day, Molly Wood and the “Tech” team demystify the digital economy with stories that explore more than just “Big Tech.” We’re committed to covering topics that matter to you and the world around us, diving deep into how technology intersects with climate change, inequity, and disinformation.

As part of a nonprofit newsroom, we’re counting on listeners like you to keep this public service paywall-free and available to all.

Support “Marketplace Tech” in any amount today and become a partner in our mission.