On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Caleb Denison break down the biggest-trending topics of the day, including the end of Windows 7 support, Apple’s latest refusal to unlock a cell phone, plans to open Super Nintendo World in Japan, fallout from the Houston Astros’ use of tech to cheat, the effort to choose the Mars Rover’s name, and more.
Peter Yared, founder and CEO of InCountry, also speaks with Nibler about keeping data local and compliant when each country in the world has its own data requirements.
We then bring you more from last week’s Consumer Electronics Show, as John Velasco talks about smart home tech that should be in your home soon, including the Lockly Vision, which won our Best Smart Home Tech award.
Urban mobility is going through some big changes, and we speak with Max Smith, chief executive officer of OjO Electric, about designing a better e-scooter and rideshare system.
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