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We invite the Imposter Eraser, Pamela Sharpe, to explore whether or not a huge focus on STEM is the answer to our future.
Apple announces new phones, watches, and apps at yesterday’s September Apple event.
Capitol Records signs the first AI rapper, then drops him, security updates and new devices from Apple, and more Twitter drama than you can stand.
We feature the Director of the National Policy Network for Women of Color in Blockchain, Cleve Mesidor and explore the wild and crazy world of crypto, NFTs, and blockchain.
This week, a Michigan brings rural broadband to his home town, Musk sells a bunch of Tesla stock in case he needs it for his Twitter purchase, and fraudsters launder a half a billion dollars over crypto.
Manchester City FC fans don smart scarves, scientist profess high end video gaming has no affect on well-being.
Elon Musk predictably backed out of the Twitter deal last Friday and it’s still making news. We also talk about the James Webb Space Telescopes first pictures.
After months of prep, recording, and mixing my new podcast, The Cloud, launches today. Subscribe and listen to the first episode, What Happened to Smart Cities today!
Snap announces new selfie drones, Starbucks announces a coffee NFT, and Gizmodo releases more Facebook Papers.
More Elon Musk affects Twitter,
First News on 570 mints an NFT, Apple and Meta get phished by fake law enforcement, and Twitter announces a new edit button.
Last week’s Top Tech News on First News 570 recap is now on YouTube for your listening pleasure.
I spent two days at the AWS IMAGINE: NONPROFIT conference. I was inspired to do more to make a difference.
Mac Studio lock out users, US issues cyber alarm, and video game history under threat.
I analyze my NCAA Tournament bracket after one of the maddest weekends in March.
Ole chick, the Blerdmom, and I talk about our favorite on-screen blerds and why I’m more like Lord Nikon.
I share my experiences working with a business coach during the Studio Codeworks days and why you should consider hiring a coach during your entrepreneurial journey.
AMD completes $35 billion Xilinx acquisition, Facebook pissed at Apple again, and TikTok faces new data sharing scrutiny.
SONY buys Bungie for billions, NYT spurtles Wordle, and SEGA bows out of the coin-op biz.
An out of control SpaceX rocket is on its way to the Moon, crypto is still crashing, and incels are abusing chatbots.
KFC starts selling fake-chicken, GM sells used cars, Kim K gets sued.
Elizabeth Holmes was found guilty on 4 counts of defrauding investors this week in one of the most anticipated cases of the last year.
Listen to me and the Blerdmom get down and dirty with the annual tradition of figuring out if Die Hard is a Christmas movie. (I’m watching Lethal Weapon, another Christmas action movie, as I type this)
I reprise my annual egg nog recipe with two strategic tweaks.
Ape NFT sells for less, log4j breaks the Internet, and Apple fights AirTag stalkers.
Jennifer Lawrence to star in Apple+ Theranos drama, some new items added to the gift guide, Kickstarter jumps on crypto, and don’t play games while driving.
The Annual Holiday Gift Guide is back! Plus virtual real estate fetches a $2.4MM purse.
A crypto group plans to buy the US Constitution, IBM makes a quantum leap, and get ready for Black Friday.
This week’s top tech stories: crypto scammers make off with millions of Squid Games fans’ money, Facebook stops using facial recognition data in posts, and a girl sells $4 million in NFT art.
Tesla joins the trillion dollar club, Intel pushes for supercomputer supremacy, and Apple rattles app developers with new privacy tool.
Alexa user discovers how much data Amazon has collected on them, Facebook prepares us for a dystopian future, and the Fruit Company announces a new round of MacBook Pros.
This week’s top tech stories: Facebook was down for the count, small businesses lose out, and Windows 11 launches with new Start button.
Amazon asks you to apply to buy its latest product, Instagram for Kids is paused by Facebook, and brand influencers cuss out the industries they flaunt.
This week’s top tech stories: Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated by robot, new white paint cools buildings, and Cozomo de’ Medici doxxes himself.
This week’s news: regular people become astronauts and blast off a SpaceX rocket, the Fruit Company announces new phones and watches to burn money on, and the most powerful AI bot is…black.
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This week’s news: El Salvador is the first country to tenderly spend BitCoin, the FAA grounds Virgin Galactic, and Elizabeth Holmes v US heats up.
This week on First News 570: Chinese gamer kids are limited to 3 hours of play, NASA x Joby test flying cars in Big Sur, and Arizona and Georgia get iPhone drivers licenses first.