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TNB Tech Minute: Nvidia Hits $2 Trillion

Plus: Change Healthcare is hit with a cyberattack. And internal reports from Meta finds that its paid subscription tools are being used to exploit children. Alex Ossola hosts.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Sat Feb 24, 2024 00:17
How SpaceX Is Deepening Its Ties With the U.S. Government

SpaceX has made a name for itself launching lots of big rockets. Shortly after Elon Musk founded the company in 2002, it won a launch contract with an undisclosed U.S. intelligence customer. Now, SpaceX is deepening its relationship with the U.S. intelligence and military agencies. In 2021, the company entered into a $1.8 billion classified contract...

Fri Feb 23, 2024 10:12
TNB Tech Minute: Google Limits AI Image Generation on Gemin

Plus: Reddit files for an IPO. And Vice Media stops publishing content on Alex Ossola hosts.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Fri Feb 23, 2024 00:59
Elon Musk Is Posting a Lot About Russia. That’s Got Experts Worried.

On the social-media platform X, owner Elon Musk has been making posts that some people see as pro-Russia, accusing him of being an apologist for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Musk has called these accusations "absurd.” WSJ columnist Tim Higgins tells host Alex Ossola why his comments are raising questions about how X will be used in the upcoming...

Thu Feb 22, 2024 10:11
TNB Tech Minute: Nvidia Sales Reach New Heights

Plus: Reddit plans to reserve shares for top users when it goes public next month. And EV startup Rivian plans to lay off 10% of staff. Alex Ossola hosts.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Thu Feb 22, 2024 00:16
How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Work

Artificial intelligence is already changing work across industries. Companies are looking to AI tools to help them operate more efficiently, and in some cases, increasing automation in their workforces. But as workers upskill and reskill how can they—and the companies that employ them—keep up with the pace of innovation? Andrew Ng, managing general...

Wed Feb 21, 2024 10:14

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