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  • CEA Updates – The Consumer Electronics Association has been expanding its international footprint for three years now, hosting its marquee CES Unveiled events in target countries around the world. And this week in Shanghai, CEA made a major announcement about plans for growth. Allison Fried explains on this week's CEA Update.
  • Consumer Reports Feature – Sharp Quattron Plus TVs claim to be a lower-cost bridge to the next generation of TV technology. But what are they really? Consumer Reports set out to test whether these TVs are HD, Ultra HD, or something entirely different. Electronics spokesman James McQueen is on the broadcast with the results.
  • Into Gaming Feature with Mark Lautenschlager
  • IFA Weekly Update – A consumer electronics trade show in Berlin, Germany that is rich in its own tech history.
  • OWC Feature with Larry O'Connor
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  • This Week In Tech History with Chris Graveline
  • Wireless Update from Verizon Wireless – Summer can be care-free for kids. Riding their bikes and playing in the neighborhood. But this means drivers need to be even more cautious. Chuck Hamby is on the show to tell us one way to be safer on the roads.

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This Week's Tech News, Part 1

Microsoft to eliminate up to 18,000 jobs
In a letter to employees early Thursday, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said the tech giant will slash its workforce by as many as 18,000 jobs over the course of the next year, with the first round of 13,000 cuts coming within the next six months. The software giant says job cuts will affect professional and factory workers as it moves to integrate Nokia devices business it bought earlier this year. More -- Fox Business News

17 Skype Tips to Help You Master Web Calling, Video Chat
Everyone knows what it means to "skype"—it's the modern verb for Internet phone calls and video conferencing, all on the cheap. No matter the mobile or desktop OS you use, there's a version of Skype that can connect you to friends, loved ones, and business associates far and wide. Boost your Skype experiences with these little-known tips and tricks. More -- Eric Griffith, PCMag.com

Students! Get your apps on
Thanks to the generosity of the Kay Family Foundation we're able to provide two scholarships to high school or college students building great apps. More -- Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times

HMMM... "Do Bankruptcy Attorney's really expect to get paid?"

This Week's Tech News, Part 2

LG shows off rollable display panels
LG Display has demonstrated flexible and transparent OLED panels with resolutions of 1,200 by 810 pixels that can be rolled up. The company said it will be able to manufacture TV screens of up to 50 inches in the near future. The technology could also have broad applications in smartphones and tablets. More -- The Korea Times

YouTube is reportedly in talks with Hollywood for content
YouTube executives are reportedly reaching out to Hollywood producers to create more original, premium programming. The service may offer between $1 million and $3 million for the TV-quality content, with a source saying the format would be shorter than the traditional half-hour network show. More -- Reuters

Yahoo is working on an app to help users choose most scenic routes
Finding the most beautiful and scenic route for travelers was the focus of a Yahoo Labs research team, who created an algorithm based on its findings. The project started by crowdsourcing opinions based on imaging and then created an automated beauty analysis to help predict the most scenic areas. Project leader Daniele Quercia says the goal now is to create a mobile application that can be beta-tested in the near future. More -- Engadget

HMMM... "Turtles can breathe through their butts."

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This Week's Tech News, Part 3

More than 677,000 comments are filed with the FCC on Net neutrality
The Federal Communications Commission has received more than 677,000 comments on its proposal for Net neutrality regulations. That suggests significant interest, although the agency received 2 million comments about a 2003 media-ownership proposal and more than a million comments about Janet Jackson's "wardrobe malfunction" during the 2004 Super Bowl. More -- Wall Street Journal

Why wearables must achieve smartphone status
Wearables such as the Fitbit and smart watch remain niche-market devices because they are not yet as indispensable in people's lives as mobile phones have become, according to participants at a wearable-focused gathering in San Francisco. Right now, wearables "are a solution looking for a problem, and that scenario rarely results in success," writes mobile tech commentator James Kendrick. More -- Cnet

Apple denies Chinese accusation that iPhones spy on users
Apple is denying an accusation from Chinese state media that its iPhones were spying on people using location-tracking features. In a statement posted on its Chinese website, Apple said the "frequent locations" feature in question neither tracks users nor shares their locations with third parties but rather helps them shop, find restaurants or get to work faster. More -- The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)/Digits blog

HMMM... "No piece of paper can be folded in half more than 7 times."

Tech Tip of The Week

Looking for a Date? … There's an App for that …
With everyone living at such a hectic busy pace these days, it's hard for people to meet new love interests or even friends. Online Dating has become very popular, as people don't even need to leave their home in order to find new people with similar interests. Sites like eHarmony, Match.com and Plenty of Fish allow you to sign up for free and submit information on who you are and what or who you are looking for then gives you contacts that fit. There are sites available that cater to a more specific group like Christian Mingle, which will match you up with others looking for faith based relationships, and Our Time matches singles over 50. Single Parents have sites available just for them, as do Farmers, Athletes and many more. There are a bunch of apps available that make it even easier to check out people you may be interested in and contact using the app like Tinder, OK Cupid and Zoosk. Be sure you are careful and what for signs of a Catfish and do your research. Dr. Phil, Love is Respect and wikiHow have some good tips and information to help. Wishing our single friends lots of luck on finding love … "Into Tomorrow"!

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