Tonight we talk to Roberto Baldwin about self-driving cars, car sharing, and cars that tell your parents when you're speeding. We discuss the latest tech news, including the FDA-approved heart monitor Apple Watch band called AliveCor by ex-Googler Vic Gundotra. Also, Living Social might be going under, car makers will fund UC Berkeley AI research, Windows 10 mobile gets Twitter, and Padre checks in with Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica from the Games Developer conference in San Francisco.
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- Vic Gundotra, Former Google+ Boss, Is Building a Heart Monitor for the Apple Watch
- Hacker Admits to Stealing Celebrity Nude Photos, Takes Plea Deal
- The disturbingly simple way dozens of celebrities had their nude photos stolen
- Local deals site LivingSocial lays off 280, over 50% of staff, outsources customer services
- Twitter launches on Windows 10 Mobile
- Chevy's new Malibu keeps teens safe from themselves
- GM teams up with Lyft to offer drivers short-term rentals
- Automakers Go Back to School to Learn to Build Self-Driving Cars
- Oculus will launch with 30 VR games—but are they any good?