Live from the Studio
February 23, 2019 – Hour 1
In the first hour of the Kim Komando Show, get a look at how far China will go to spy on their citizens. Plus, an airline passenger discovers a camera embedded in the seatback display. And, if your Android phone battery is draining fast or isn't responsive, you might have been roped into a major fraud operation.
February 23, 2019 – Hour 2
In the second hour, we’ll tell you about the foldable phone Samsung is ready to release, but it’ll cost you. You’ve heard about smartwatches and smart shoes, but a smart basketball jersey? Here's what the NBA showed off. And move over letters and numbers, one country is adding emoji into the mix.
February 23, 2019 – Hour 3
In hour three, just about everything in your home can be made smart, and that includes your circuit breakers. One automaker wants to help you avoid red lights. And the new Nike self-lacing shoes are having some technical difficulties: a firmware update is “bricking” their high-tech shoes.
February 16, 2019 – Hour 1
In the first hour of the Kim Komando Show, your smart speakers collect a lot of data about you, but now they want even more. Plus, data breach: if you have an account at one of these sites, your username and password might be for sale. And just about anything that’s connected can be hacked these days, including a popular new way to get around town.
February 16, 2019 – Hour 2
In the second hour of the Kim Komando Show, artificial intelligence is being used in a lot of fields, but it also has an artistic side. If you have a set of these washer and dryers, you don’t have to worry about running out of detergent any longer. And a major retailer is making changes to their app after some sneaky price changes based on where you are.
February 16, 2019 – Hour 3
In the final hour, Apple’s got a big announcement coming up, but some businesses aren’t thrilled about it. If you get lost, your smartphone and augmented reality will help you get to your destination. And there’s no shortage of match-making apps, but a new one that’s just for cattle might be the first of its kind.
February 9, 2019 – Hour 1
In the first hour of the Kim Komando Show, it’s a violent and scary new trend for thieves looking to steal iPhones. Here's how you can protect yourself. As auto technology evolves, cyber experts say cars are becoming more vulnerable to hackers. And if you have teens in the family, this is the new app they’re using.
February 9, 2019 – Hour 2
In the second hour, Kim tells you which companies have been caught recording what you’re doing while using their apps on your iPhone. Amazon could be using their new facial recognition technology to verify sellers. And Samsung has a new idea for a dating app, so you better make sure your refrigerator’s tidy.
February 9, 2019 – Hour 3
In hour three, one California company is ready to rock the home security market, replacing guard dogs with guard drones to protect your property. The NYPD is calling out navigation app Waze for telling people about police checkpoints. And watch for the sneaky fees on your monthly cable bill.
February 2, 2019 – Hour 1
In the first hour of the Kim Komando Show, Facebook is at it again, and this time they were paying people, including teens, to collect their personal information. Also, you know how these massive companies profit from your data, and you can too. And Kim tells you about the lengths some are going to trying to look like their filtered selfies.
February 2, 2019 – Hour 2
During our second hour, Kim tells you how you could get a $1.7 million dollar house, for just $25 and a heartfelt letter. Plus, the robot that’s been vacuuming your floors for years is about to move outside. And, a museum is bringing a painter who’s been dead for 30 years back to life through artificial intelligence.
February 2, 2019 – Hour 3
In hour three, learn how one navigation app is trying to keep you connected to GPS while you’re driving through underground tunnels. Kim also tells you how to avoid being fooled by a new wave of scams going through YouTube. And finally, Kim has the scoop on some of the new features coming to this year’s iPhone.
January 26, 2019 – Hour 3
Flying taxis may be closer than you think, thanks to a big name in the aviation industry stepping up. What it could mean for the future of travel around the city. And speaking of transportation, a new pickup truck wants to help you “see through” the trailer you’re hauling, using a sophisticated camera system. Finally, it might not be a person bringing those Amazon packages to your door for much longer. They’re already testing full-fledged delivery robots.
January 26, 2019 – Hour 1
Coming up in the first hour of The Kim Komando Show, do you think your private information is safe because you don’t have social media accounts? On the contrary, these social media accounts might actually know a lot about you. And speaking of social media, some men are paying to use Facebook and Instagram as a way to rekindle their love lives by manipulating their wives. In another report, it was a terrifying situation for one family when their Nest cam was hacked with a fake alert saying the U.S. has been attacked by North Korea.
January 26, 2019 – Hour 2
Then stick with us for the second hour of the show, where we’ll talk about some of the potentially groundbreaking smartphones set to the market this year. Will a foldable phone be as popular as these companies hope? Good news if you like using Apple Pay for mobile payments, because they’re coming to a lot more stores and restaurants. And it’s okay to take photos of your lunch again, thanks to a new nutrition app that wants to help you lead a healthier lifestyle.