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Brian Shrader shares what's new in technology on WRAL's 9 a.m. Newscast.
Brian Shrader talks about gardening apps that can help gardeners of all levels.
Some Instagram users are concerned that the app's new sensitive content filter is blocking their posts.
Another big internet outage happened early Thursday morning, impacting a global content delivery network, causing many major websites to go down -- including the Southwest Airlines website. United Airlines and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange also were affected. It's the second big web interruption in the past couple of weeks.
Apple is planning to build new facilities and create 20,000 new jobs in the U.S. over the next five years.
Apple is expected to debut AirTags -- little devices you'd attach to items like keychains and then use Bluetooth to find them if you lose them.
More than 500 million Facebook accounts were involved in a massive security breach. Brian Shrader explains how to prevent that from happening to you.
DoorDash has launched same-day delivery for COVID-19 tests.
Talking Tech reviews some of the best ways to keep porch pirates from stealing your packages.
As we try to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, there's a new battle brewing over vaccine passports -- digital proof on your phone that you've gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Monday, Microsoft Teams and some of its other services suffered a glitch, affecting users working from home across the globe.
Smart speakers like Alexa can detect heart rhythms, a new study finds.
"The Insider" reports Amazon is working on a new home robot -- an Amazon Echo on wheels that can scan and assist you around the house.
Do you notice that your friends with Verizon 4G are able to download things quicker than you even if you have 5G? There's a reason!
My Heritage, which uses DNA testing to help you figure out your genealogy, has unveiled a new service that uses artificial intelligence to bring still photos to life.
In other Talking Tech news, Google is donating $800M to COVID-19 response efforts and WHO is encouraging video gaming amid pandemic.
In an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus, restaurants are shutting down dining rooms. But is it still safe to get food delivered?
The pandemic isn't stopping tech companies from unveiling new products. Brian Shrader is Talking Tech with some big news from Microsoft and Apple.
Brian Shrader is Talking Tech with the way one app is encouraging users to meet, and he also has details about a new way to watch TV with your friends.
As coronavirus concerns shut down offices across the country, more individuals are working from home.
Brian Shrader is Talking Tech Monday morning with one thing you can do at home if you're having problems with your connection -- and also, some new details about Google's coronavirus website.
If you've ever talked about taking an extra class or two to acquire a new skill, but never had the time -- no more excuses. Brian Shrader is Talking Tech with some apps that can help you learn.
Sleep deprivation can have all sorts of harmful effects on your body -- from depression to heart disease. WRAL's Brian Shrader is Talking Tech with some apps to help you get a better night's sleep.
On this week's Talking Tech: Tinder App is sending pop-up alerts to help protect users from coronavirus and offering tips from the World Health Organization. John Legend's Voice leaving the Google Assistant App on March 23. Sunset tonight marks national day of unplugging. Try to get outside this weekend and set aside your screens!
Google is canceling its largest event because of coronavirus. Also, Facebook has decided to skip the South by Southwest conference in Austin later this month. Facebook joins Twitter, Intel and TikTok in pulling out of South by Southwest.