Dishin' Digital

Dishin' Digital

Paul Murnane brings you the latest on technology in Dishin Digital on WCBS Newsradio 880.

  • Tuesday, December 6th
  • Smart Watch Picks for the Picky Holiday Shopper

    In another installment of Dishin' Digital's Guide to the Holiday CNET Senior Editor Scott Stein gives his pick for the best smart watches to buy this Christmas holiday season.
  • Monday, December 5th
  • Looking for a TV for Christmas?

    Our Dishin' Digital guide to the holidays continues with CNet Senior Editor David Castmyer with some advice for the Christmas shopper looking for the perfect TV.
  • Thursday, December 1st
  • Tech Gift Ideas for the Runner in Your Life

    Here is Dishin' Digital's guide to the holidays searching for the best tech gift for the athlete on your list.
  • Wednesday, November 30th
  • Microsoft's Personal Shopping Assistant

    Just in time for the holidays, Microsoft launches its new personal shopping assistant. 
  • Tuesday, November 29th
  • Using Shopping Apps This Holiday Season

    Make sure your shopping apps are legitimate.
  • Wednesday, November 23rd
  • Facebook Trying to Solve Bogus News Story Problem

    Facebook Chief Mark Zuckberg considering options to put in place stronger detections to flag fake news stories. 
  • Tuesday, November 22nd
  • Introducing LeEco. The Netflix of China

    LeEco, the Netflix of China, has gone from movie and tv production into making hardward like televisions and smartphones.
  • Monday, November 21st
  • Jaguar is Going Electic

    Jaguar Cars is launching it's first electric car for 2018.  A stylish Jaguar I-Pace all-electric SUV.
  • Thursday, November 17th
  • LEGO Dimensions Building in a Magical Way

    Lego Dimensions Story Packs helping kids expand their imaginations.
  • Wednesday, November 16th
  • The Power Of The Period

    The tiny period can pack quite a punch in a text message.
  • Tuesday, November 15th
  • Fighting Fake News

    Google and Facebook are now both stepping up to take on the spread of bogus news stories.
  • Monday, November 14th
  • Virtual Reality Brought To The NFL

    The NFL has jumped on the virtual reality bandwagon. It seems they have begun planning to produce post game highlights for three games this year in virtual reality with a company called Next VR. 
  • Thursday, November 10th
  • The Bitdefender BOX

    After the recent cyber attacks using millions of devices from the so-called Internet of Things, security company Bitdefender has a way to make sure your devices aren't being used by hackers.
  • Wednesday, November 9th
  • Smart Highways Changing The Way Britons Drive

    Hundreds of miles of smart highways in Great Britian are now changing the way some commuters drive and are hitting speeders hard.
  • Tuesday, November 8th
  • The New Look For Digital Assistants

    Alexa, the digital assistant that lives in the Amazon Echo, is moving to some new digs while Samsung is working on an AI assistant all its own.
  • Monday, November 7th
  • Ready To Run?

    If you're inspired to start running after seeing thousands tackle the New York City Marathon, Jeff Dengate, the Shoes and Gear Editor at Runner's World has some suggestions for some tech that can help get you going.
  • Thursday, November 3rd
  • A New Phone That Can See The World Around It

    A new phone from Lenovo is the first one with Google's Project Tango built in, letting the phone see the world around it and opening the door to more augmented reality.
  • Wednesday, November 2nd
  • Microsoft Pushes Creativity

    Microsoft's latest push is into creativity with an update to Windows 10 called the Creator's Update and some brand new hardware with creativity at its heart.
  • Tuesday, November 1st
  • Minecraft Super League Gaming

    When you think about Minecraft you normally think about building.  But these guys are thinking about battling. 
  • Monday, October 31st
  • Hack Puts 911 In Danger

    An 18-year-old is now facing charges after a link he posted on Twitter unleashed an attack on the 911 system.
  • Thursday, October 27th
  • Google Jamming With Jamboard

    Google's coming out with a big new piece of hardware -- a digital whiteboard called the Jamboard.
  • Wednesday, October 26th
  • A Heads-Up Display For Almost Any Car

    A new device is out now that can add a heads-up display to your car.
  • Tuesday, October 25th
  • 500 Channels....and nothing to watch?

    You already know about places like Netflix and Amazon Prime.  But there are whole lot of other places online to find TV shows and movies to watch.
  • Monday, October 24th
  • Kodak Jumps Into The Smartphone World

    Kodak reaches back into its photographic create a brand new Android smartphone.
  • Thursday, October 20th
  • Venture Capital Goes Digital

    Alex Mittal, co-founder and CEO of Funders Club, talks about how his company uses technology to find and invest in new companies.
  • Wednesday, October 19th
  • New Headphones From Plantronics Promise Pro Quality On A Budget

    The new Plantronics BackBeat PRO 2 headphones are available now for $199.99.
  • Tuesday, October 18th
  • Is Samsung's Bottom Line in Jeopardy?

    A recent survey says 40% of current Samsung owners will not buy another Samsung.  
  • Monday, October 17th
  • Google Search Is Going Mobile-First

    Google's getting ready to make handling searches from mobile devices a priority.
  • Thursday, October 13th
  • Shutting Down A Tracking Tool

    Some of the world's biggest social networks are stopping a tool used by law enforcement from accessing their data.
  • Wednesday, October 12th
  • Facebook Wants To Spread The Internet

    Facebook is working on a program called Free Basics to help spread the internet across the country.
  • Tuesday, October 11th
  • The Danger Of The Internet Of Things

    The billions of devices making up the "internet of things" could be a massive opportunity for hackers hoping to launch cyber attacks.
  • Monday, October 10th
  • Worries About Cybersecurity Fatigue

    The near-constant warnings about cybersecurity may be giving people security fatigue.
  • Thursday, October 6th
  • Facebook Goes After Snapchat

    Facebook is testing out a new service called Messenger Day that looks a lot like Snapchat.
  • Wednesday, October 5th
  • A Rechargeable Monster Battery

    The company Lightors created a monster battery with a mini usb port to recharge for longevity.
  • Tuesday, October 4th
  • Fashion Meets Augmented Reality

    A fashion show in London is using Microsoft's HoloLens to bring show off new clothes using augmented reality.
  • Monday, October 3rd
  • Facebook At Work

    Facebook is launching a new way to work with a service called Facebook at Work.
  • Thursday, September 29th
  • Project Jacquard Introduces the Smart Jacket

    don't like the smart watch?  Well, Google and Levi's have created an interactive denim jacket.
  • Wednesday, September 28th
  • 76ers Buy Up eSports Franchises

    The Philadelphia 76ers expand into video game competition, buying up two eSports teams
  • Monday, September 26th
  • Snapchat's Spectacles

    Snapchat now has glasses with a camera! Spectacles, Snapchat's first hardware product, can record up to 10 seconds and is expected to be released this fall!
  • Wednesday, September 21st
  • AT&T'S Project AirGig

    AT&T trying to provide ultra fast high speed internet by using power lines.  
  • Thursday, September 15th
  • Muzik One Headphones

    Startup Muzik One has created the smartphone of headphones.
  • Wednesday, September 14th
  • Lampix Provides a Smart Light

    Still using a lamp to light up a room? Join the 21st century.
  • Tuesday, September 13th
  • Let The Scanner Read It For You

    Its seems researchers have found out a way to use terahertz radiation to read a book without even opening it!
  • Thursday, September 8th
  • The Force is With You

    A wristband created by Sphero will allow you to control the Android BB8.
  • Wednesday, September 7th
  • Two For One

    At the IFA Conference in Berlin, Lenovo introduces the world to the Yogabook and what it could mean for laptop users. 
  • Tuesday, September 6th
  • Crowd Funding Sites Helping Teachers

    More and more Teachers are turning to crowd funding sites to fund their classrooms.  
  • Thursday, September 1st
  • Star Trek Still Firing Our Imaginations

    Let's take a look at how they built Star Trek.
  • Wednesday, August 31st
  • How Star Trek Helps Shape Our World

    Executive Producer Elliot Halpern has teamed up with The Smithsonian Channel to shines light on today's technology that was influenced by Star Trek. The special is entitled Building Star Trek and premieres this Sunday.
  • Tuesday, August 30th
  • Save Your Info With HP's Sure View Technology

    HP has created screens on new laptops that have built in filters. Sure View technology is the answer to stopping prying eyes. 
  • Monday, August 29th
  • Technical Luxury For Your Wrist

    Luxury smart watches and fashionable fitness trackers will be released soon by Garmin and Kate Spade.    
  • Thursday, August 25th
  • Gaming With Security

    A security program called Orwell has created a game for users to become apart of a secret security team and sniff out terrorist activity. 
  • Wednesday, August 24th
  • Android 7.0 or You Can Call it Nougat

    Android has out done itself with its new version 7.0 better known as Nougat.
  • Tuesday, August 23rd
  • Dementia Detector

    A new game has been created to help doctors detect dementia. 
  • Monday, August 22nd
  • Add Brains to Your Car With Samsung's Connect Auto

    Get Samsung's Connect Auto App for Android or iPhone through AT&T.  You'll be able to track your car's location and get maintence alerts
  • Thursday, August 18th
  • Ford's Autonomous Cars

    Ford Motors wants to push driverless cars into overdrive for companies like Uber and Lyft .
  • Wednesday, August 17th
  • X-Ray Vision with Wall-A-Bot

    A new handheld device lets you pretend to have Superman's x-ray vision.
  • Tuesday, August 16th
  • Audi Has New Traffic Light Assist Technology

    Audi introduces V2I technology called Traffic light information that will be in select 2017 Audi Q7 and A4 models this year.
  • Monday, August 15th
  • DuoSkin: A Smart Tattoo

    DuoSkin is a smart  tattoo for your digital devices.
  • Thursday, August 11th
  • A Smartphone and Action Camera All in One

    There's a new smartphone for action lovers. Kyocera DuraForce Pro.
  • Wednesday, August 10th
  • A Unique Guitar Tuner

    An I-phone app not only can tune your guitar but also lets you know the sound it's making.

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