The Nintendo Switch hits the shelves. Leo Laporte and Kevin Rose get a full review from John Davison of Glixel.com. Crickets could be the gateway bug to sustainable food. Tiny Farms founder Andrew Brentano talks about how they use tech to raise crickets and edible insects for food. Security expert Bruce Schneier joins us to talk about the latest RSA event and his concerns about regulating the Internet of Things. Fr. Robert Ballecer, SJ gives us a report from the Game Developers Conference 2017 in San Francisco. Megan Morrone continues her Facebook privacy tips and explains how to manage your location history. Then, it's the last iteration of our game of 'Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes' with Mike Elgan, Greg Ferro, Becky Worley, and Leo.
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