Kim Komando Today
Want to learn more about this digital life we’re all immersed in? Each day, Kim Komando shares the tech news that impacts you, smart tips to get more out of your devices, and essential ways to protect yourself from hackers and scammers — all in just 30 minutes.
Kim and Andrew talk about a photographer's wild rescue from the snow, all thanks to a drone. Plus, a TikTok video about ghost kitchens goes viral, "The Simpsons" predicts the Apple Vision Pro, and 20 tech phrases that have disappeared.
Anastasia Synn is the world-record holder for tech implants in her body. She can make calls right from her wrist, detect metal objects, and yes, her hands are magnetic. Plus, we talk about Elon Musk's humanoid robot and a Gen Z work debate that's going viral.
Kim, Andrew, and Allie try guessing what clickbaity articles are about, or not — and yes, you can play this with your friends! We talk about 5 tech headlines that'll get you in the know, and why a professor is calling for more diverse robots. Plus, we'll share our great tips.
Plus, Drew Barrymore fell for a catfishing scam. Also, an AI-created ad targeting Hamas somehow lands on Hulu — we'll dive into that. Ever wonder what it's like to work for Bill Gates? We've got some insider info. That and much more!
Tommy DeVoss has exploited over 10,000 of companies — Yahoo, Uber and even the US government. After facing prison, he's turned his life around.
Plus, Kim discovered her feet pics are for sale online, why car insurance prices are through the roof and how Andrew got scammed by Uber.
Kim and Andrew chat with Bryan Johnson about his one-of-a-kind anti-aging journey with Project Blueprint. Get this: he's shelling out $2 million a year to turn back the clock. Plus, we've got the scoop on a pastor's bizarre claim of heavenly guidance into a crypto scam. That and much more!
Kim, Andrew, and Allie talk all things tech! Today, we're covering a GoFundMe scam, Ring's new policy on police footage requests, the latest in AI cooking tools, plus tips on handling situations when kids stumble upon iffy content online.