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Liquid Death, fake social media influencers, real bionic girl Tilly Lockey | The Kim Komando Show

Liquid Death, fake social media influencers, real

In this episode of The Kim Komando Show, which aired on Bloomberg TV on May 18, 2019: If you’re too cool to drink a beer, maybe you’d like “Liquid Death” instead. Plus, a new kind of influencer is taking over social media - and they’re not even real. And, Kim speaks with a brave girl who lost her hands and forearms to meningitis as a baby. Now her disability is turning into a superpower, thanks to tech.

 

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Protect your devices when you travel, crazy concert tech you have to see

Protect your devices when you travel, crazy concer

If you’re taking your phone, laptop or tablet on a trip, there’s an alarming statistic that’s quadrupled over the past four years involving government agents seizing smart devices. Plus, new tech is making its way into concerts and you won’t believe the new sights and sounds. And, a new app promises to make household chores with your spouse fun.

 

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Dangerous fake Viagra makes rounds online, hide your phone from snoops

Dangerous fake Viagra makes rounds online, hide yo

In this week’s episode, buying your medications online is one way to save money but watch out. Drugs like Viagra might not only be fake, but filled with toxic chemicals. Plus, carmaker Ford is in the doghouse over their latest creation. And, can you be sure no one knows everything you do on your phone? Kim has the insider secrets to keep your info safe.

 

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Samsung’s folding smartphone cracks, Apple watch saves woman’s life

Samsung’s folding smartphone cracks, Apple w

In this episode, Samsung’s innovating new folding smartphone might not be all it’s cracked up to be. Plus, what will the car of the future look like? Will it fly? Maybe, but one concept car will know when you’re sad. And, Kim will speak with an 18-year-old woman who’s lucky to be alive, and it’s all thanks to her Apple Watch.

 

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Is Alexa eavesdropping on you? Plus facial recognition, PC snoops

Is Alexa eavesdropping on you? Plus facial recogni

In the first episode of this new season, Amazon has thousands of people working to improve Alexa, but you won’t believe what they hear. Plus, find out if facial recognition could be coming to a hotel near you. And, if you’ve ever wondered if someone is snooping on your PC or Mac, we’ll tell you the secrets tech pros don’t want you to know.