Leo Laporte and Nathan Olivarez-Giles talk about what the Supreme Court ruling on printer cartridges means for your right to repair stuff. Nathan went down to Aloft Silicon Valley to see a room service robot named Relay, from the folks at Savioke. The Head of Product & Design, Adrian Canoso will join us and show us what this robot can do. The new game from Ubisoft, Star Trek: Bridge Crew is out. We sent our hosts on a 'seven-minute mission to boldly go where no hosts have gone before' on PSVR. We'll also talk to the Senior Creative Director at Red Storm, the developers of the game. And speaking of Star Trek, we'll meet a doctor who won the XPRIZE for a working Tricorder - the DxtER by Basil Leaf Technologies. Georgia Dow will share some resources for teaching kids to code. Missed out on Nintendo's NES Classic? Bryan Burnett will show you how to make something even better with a Raspberry Pi 3. And, we'll answer your questions in the Mail Bag!
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- Google Chrome Will Automatically Block Annoying Ads
- Password manager OneLogin hacked, exposing sensitive customer data
- The Supreme Court Just Bolstered Your Right to Repair Stuff
- Meet Relay - The first autonomous delivery robot for busy places people work, live, & play.
- Star Trek: Bridge Crew
- Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE
- Basil Leaf Technologies