On today's show, we'll talk about the communication app Line, which may be the biggest IPO of 2016; tracking people using stingrays, devices that mimic cell phone towers; and the servers that power such games as Pokemon Go.
On today's show, we'll talk about an agreement between the U.S. and the European Union on new guidelines for sharing data across the Atlantic Ocean; Facebook's new "Secret Conversations" feature, which uses end-to-end encryption; and National Geographic Magazine's editing standards for photos.
On today's show, we'll talk about the use of bomb-diffusing robots to target criminal suspects — new territory for law enforcement; look at why Nintendo's Pokémon Go has become such a phenomenon; and interview people on the street about the Pokémon Go app.
On today's show, we'll talk about the psychology of online shopping; Twitter's plans to live stream Thursday night NFL games, along with its efforts to secure the digital rights to other sports events; and your hopes for the future of tech.
On today's show, we'll talk about when social media sites like Facebook should — or shouldn’t — remove user content; play this week's Silicon Tally with Bloomberg News reporter Alex Barinka; and look at a new report that shows education and teaching are among the fields least likely to be "automated."
Marketplace Tech®, hosted by Ben Brock Johnson, tackles the business behind the technology that’s obsessing us and changing our lives. With the listener in mind, this weekday segment examines everything from video games and robots to consumer protection and space travel.