Tech News 2Night

Get your tech news and get on your way. Tech News 2Night brings you the evening's top tech news plus a deep dive into the big stories of the day. Hosted by Sarah Lane, Tech News 2Night records live, weeknights at 4pm PT/7pm ET.

April 30, 2014
#77: F8, New NASA Spacesuits, New Free Hulu Content

PC Mag writer Jill Duffy talks Facebook's F8 conference, Hulu's getting mobile free, Google stops scanning student email, the future of NASA's spacesuit design, & more!

April 29, 2014
#76: FAA Investigates Tornado Drone Video

The FCC Chairman takes on net neutrality again, Twitter's stock plunges, the new Macbook Air, iWatchs may already be in production, Acer shows off Liquid Leap, the Nod ring, Amazon's wearable store, and is drone footage of tornado damage legal?

April 28, 2014
#75: Google's Self-Driving Car's New Tricks

Why Homeland Security says you should stop using Internet Explorer until it is patched, Adobe's Flash player is vulnerable, Apple's big security breach, Skype Group Video calling is free, AT&T takes on in-flight WiFi, and Google's self-driving cars rack up 700,000 miles.

April 25, 2014
#74: The Rise of Pinterest

More details around the rumored Amazon Smartphone, HTC loses it's design chief, Google's plan for Wi-Fi, more Amazon smartphone details, Netflix on cable, and the rise of Pinterest.

April 24, 2014
#73: FCC Angers Net Neutrality Fans

The FCC proposes new rules some say will end net neutrality, Facebook buys Moves, Amazon beats estimates then takes on FedEx and UPS, Microsoft beat earnings, tech giants fund OpenSSL, Google+ loses its chief, and Google Glass is NOT on sale for everyone.

April 23, 2014
#72: Is Apple Innovating?

Apple made billions but has it peaked?, Facebook's earnings aren't too shabby either, Amazon Prime adds HBO, Siri might come to Apple TV, Etsy buys Grand St., and is the FCC destroying net neutrality?

April 22, 2014
#71: Aereo Faces the Justices

Aereo faces the Supreme Court, AT&T wants to be Netflix, the features of Amazon's smartphone, Apple opens OS X testing to all, the "Russian Facebook" founder flees, Twitter's new profile pages for all, and robots that prepare and serve food.