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Kim Komando Today

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Sound like a tech pro, even if you’re not! Award-winning popular host Kim Komando is your secret weapon.

Kim is in a class all her own. Her widely successful radio show is heard on over 500 stations in the United States and internationally in 175 different countries. Kim has millions of fans who love her down-to-earth, deeply relatable, and easy-to-understand way of talking about consumer tech.

Every episode is loaded with the scoop about the latest gadgets, online security, social media trends, and digital privacy. Kim makes it all entertaining and fun. With a mix of important news, practical advice, and compelling conversations, you’ll be able to make informed decisions and stay up-to-date with the latest trends in the tech world. 

Kim started her show and still owns it herself. She’s not part of a big broadcasting company. Her company has no debt or investors. That’s why many small business owners also turn to her for advice on growing their businesses using web-based tools. 

In the Kim Komando Today Podcast, every episode is loaded with ways to better your tech life. New episodes of the Kim Komando Podcast drop every Monday through Friday.

To learn more about Kim, the things she mentions, or submit a topic or question, drop by www.Komando.com
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The average age of cars in the U.S. is now over twelve and a half years, the oldest ever. I'll explain why people aren't buying new ones. Plus, police using AI for surveillance, a warning about AirTag stalking, and how to use your Amazon Echo as an intercom.
Invasion of privacy? CJ Sveen says his home insurance was dropped after aerial pics were used to spy on his property. Plus, Russian troops smuggle Starlink, Android's new "Find My Device" feature, and the crazy lengths one hacker went to avoid paying $100,000 in child support.
TikTok isn't the only Chinese app to worry about. A shopping app, downloaded by millions of Americans, uses sneaky tactics to monitor users. We spoke with Titan Crawford, founder of the Facebook group PDX Stolen Cars, which has helped recover over 3,000 stolen cars in Portland.
Over a dozen workers were caught faking keyboard activity and using mouse jigglers to look busy. Plus, CVS recalls 133 medications, the controversial Windows Recall faces a delay, and a must-know site for those wary of flying Boeing planes.
Don't die. That’s 46-year-old Bryan Johnson’s main goal in life. Bryan made $400 million when he sold his credit card processing company to eBay. Today, he lives in Los Angeles as a self-proclaimed "rejuvenation athlete" and spends his time and money trying to turn back the clock.
We talk with Rob Walch from Libsyn about the current state of podcasting and get his top tips for starting your own podcast. Plus, X makes your 'likes' private, SoftBank uses AI to make angry customers sound calm, and nobody likes being called a bot.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is here. We have the latest updates on iPhone, Mac, and more. Plus, Richard Godfrey says he knows where the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is, thanks to HAM radio operators.
Picture an AI smarty-pants to wash the dishes, clean the house and video chat with you when you’re not home. Plus, fakes on Facebook, no more sharing Disney+ passwords, and Amazon's Just Walk Out technology. 
You have a digital twin you haven't met yet — a virtual replica of yourself that can predict health issues and offer personalized advice. Here's the scoop. Plus, be aware of piano scams, kids and social media addiction, and the risk of falling for phone scams.
Nine months ago, the Marubo people got Starlink — now elders say everyone's lazy and hooked on porn. Plus, Tokyo's government launches a dating app, and remote job scams are on the rise.
His channel has more than 270 million subscribers, making him the most subscribed YouTuber in the world. What's the key to his meteoric rise? Plus, X allows porn, don't try this castor oil TikTok trend, and watch out for the latest scammer tricks.
Major fashion retailer Shein was caught selling millions of clothes containing toxic chemicals, some of which are linked to cancer. Plus, an Amazon driver ignores a house fire, Samsung washing machine drama, and police drones are here. 
The hack on Ascension threw its 140 hospitals and 40 senior facilities into full-blown chaos. Plus, Google's untrustworthy AI, tech phrases you'll never use again, and lost sleep from binge-watching.
Got concert tickets? Your personal info might be on the market. Plus, why Gen Z is ditching driving, the latest malicious apps on Google Play, and how an international burglary ring is using Wi-Fi jammers.
Plus, an interview with a a guy who lost big money to fake investments — and he's smart, folks! It could happen to anyone. 
The only way to truly delete iPhone pics, deepfake law written with help from ChatGPT, and a warning if your Samsung phone breaks.
A major cyber attack on a top U.S. hospital chain wasn't just another hack — it was a wake-up call. Apple has just unveiled its latest line of iPads, packed with new features that are sure to impress. Plus, OpenAI's new model and the best alternative to going to see a movie.
You're not just proving you're human — you're revealing your browser's dirty secrets. We also talk to Jeff Johnson from The Trek Planner about using Google Earth to find ancient ruins. Plus, Gen Z brings parents to job interviews and human skills bots can't replicate.
He's one of the most famous imposters ever. Now, he says, artificial intelligence is going to bring on a whole new wave of scams. Plus, a dangerous selfie fail, social media sperm donors, and robberies on Facebook Marketplace.
Web traffic is dying, and now Google is putting AI answers at the top of its search results. What does this mean for your favorite websites? Plus, Uber's new shuttle service, Tesla drivers ditch self-driving mode, and Jeff Bezos' email etiquette.
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Jun 10th
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Adam Balogh

poor Kim !!!!

Apr 13th
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Adam Balogh

shes always been a woman you dummies !!! geez... dumbasses !!!

Apr 13th
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Adam Balogh

shes a gear head too !!! Corvette girl ??? dodge demon ??? maybe a hell cat ???

Apr 12th
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Jan 15th
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Karl Schmidt

I've been listening to your Friday show since it came on as Tech Refresh. I have thoroughly enjoyed it and it is a great way to get good information in a humorous way. I would recommend everyone to tune in even if you're not into tech.

Oct 6th
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Dec 25th
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Albert Young

Thank you for sharing such an engaging discussion and the topic. I agree that self-driving cars aren’t some crazy future tech because they are here now. I think that self-driving automobiles are not 100% secure (like anything in the real world), but it has an excellent opportunity to solve issues such as https://samploon.com/free-essays/drunk-driving/; I came to this conclusion while reading their thoughts on drunk driving essays. They will work because they do already now; they will work more safely and smoothly with some upgrades and testing requirements.

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Dec 28th
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pdraggy

speaking of that (those) mario games AND that decluttr thing, well decluttr sounds like an online pawn site and that is just the scam that the mario game(s) are involved in. Heritage Auctions buys the games, cleans it up and "grades" it- or basically seals and authorizes it, than sells it but get this TO THEMSELF. This largely inflates the price and collectors hate this practice. Now you may notice I don't particularly comprehend the details so you might say I'm feedig to much into the youtube conspiracies and you'd probably be right! I'd just like to inform you that this (and probably the ipod/iphone thing heck any shocking too good to be true story- you know what we've all been taught about that) is probably a scam and we'd just appreciate if you didn't advertise that kind of stuff. Just realize we may be nutty conspiracy theorists (after all we don't want the prices inflated on our hobby lol is that so wrong?) but sometimes even the conspirators are right... or on the right track in

Aug 15th
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Doug Ruggles

Kim, why does your add for buyraycom/kimk.... take me to a bogus website with links deemed potentially harmful? (https://usd.alexa-cam.com/)

Nov 12th
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Nestor

Just started listening to this podcast. One episode in (virtual concerts) and I must say I realy like the ping pong aspect of host and guest. My only complaint is please sync the volume better. It might be on my end but from what I noticed is the ads that roll are super loud and im finding myself having to adjust the volume every time an ad rolls.

Nov 3rd
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pdraggy

Freaks and Geeks is such a fun highly underrated show with an 80s vibe, no idea where to find it though but its well worth the search. Red Oaks is another coming of age series with a strong 80s vibe made by Amazon Prime video. I really like the Prime series, Mozart in the Jungle.

Oct 28th
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Clinton Knight

last year the Prime Day prices were the same as July prices. It was truly a disappointment.

Oct 11th
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JC Preston

True story. Several of my podcast guests have been Digital Nomads. Many of them prefer to be called "Citizens of the World".

Mar 30th
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Ray Jayatunga

Great discussion and really valuable insight. My only criticism is that the background track is extremely distracting

Jan 18th
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Russell Hicks

love Kim Komando,

Jan 16th
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Phil Conti

thkq..very informative in laymen language.

Aug 2nd
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Pamela Grebe Richardson

Interesting content (have listened to several episodes) but it's a painful experience. There is way too much noise underneath the speaker and/or used to "illustrate" the information being presented. Unfortunately, with this episode, I have finally been driven away and will be unsubscribing.

May 18th
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