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Tap To Cash Might Make Mobile Payments Too Easy

Apple’s new Tap to Cash feature that allows iPhone users to tap their phones to initiate an Apple Pay transfer makes paying someone really easy.  The question is does...

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Apple's Take On AI

In this episode of The Tech Jawn, we cover Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference Keynote.  Brothech breaks down the new hotness coming to visionOS 2, iOS and iPad OS...

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Anybody Else Cancelling Amazon? The Tech Jawn 132

A pair of studies published in the journal Science indicate that predominately older Republican women are responsible for the vast majority of the “fake news”. Spotify is raising its...

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An Hour With Black, Female, Mechanical Engineer, Cherish Samuels

We’ve got something special in this week’s episode of The Tech Jawn.  We interview Cherish Samuels, a unicorn of unicorns, as she is a Black, female, mechanical engineer. We...

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Deepfakes for Good? – The Tech Jawn 131

Political deep fakes are a thing in India, they generally aren’t nefarious, and most politicians approve.  They probably need to do a better job at making sure folks know...

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What Aren't We Using Bots For? The Tech Jawn 130

Developer season is upon us with Google I/O kicking off, and, tech pettiness is on full display.  Apple announced iOS 17.5 and there are rumors that ChatGPT is coming...

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Get That Community College AI Degree – The Tech Jawn 129

By the time you hear this Apple’s Let Loose iPad Event has happened.  Here is all the new iPad hotness we think is going to be announced. The Supreme...

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Get Your TikTok “Ish” Together: The Tech Jawn 128

The Federal Trade Commission voted 3-2 along party lines to ban non-compete agreements for most employees allowing workers to switch jobs or start their own businesses more easily. A...

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Don’t Allow Your Thumbprint To Snitch:  The Tech Jawn 127

It appears that a lot of folks repeatedly sign up and cancel streaming services based on there being content on them we want to watch, and, they have a...

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Fiber Already Trippin' – The Tech Jawn 126

Hybrid work appears to be here to stay. Millennials are making it clear that they have no intention of returning to the office 5 days per week.  Artificial Intelligence...

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All About AI: The Tech Jawn 125

New York City’s city governance chatbot instructs citizens to break the law in some cases and government officials are a bit miffed journalists are telling the public about it....

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Talking Tech With Dr. Tonya M. Evans

A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences illustrates how AI fails to detect depression signs in social media posts by Black Americans as compared...

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