Jason Howell and Megan Morrone talk to Sapna Maheshwari from the New York Times about the dark corners on YouTube Kids. Kashmir Hill of Gizmodo has been researching some crazy stories about Facebook's People You Might Know feature. Ben Fox Rubin from CNET offers tips on voice shopping and other new ways to buy stuff online. Plus, privacy vs. convenience with the new Amazon Key service that lets a delivery person into your house to drop off packages. Ben Stein from 8i Studios based out of Culver City California to show how you can record of photorealistic holograms of people that you can view in VR later.
- 1:22 Sapna Maheshwari
- 17:00 Kashmir Hill
- 31:58 Ben Fox Rubin
- 43:34 Ben Stein
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