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  • I tried Apple’s new Way to Play video games in a giant virtual reality bowling alley

    Apple has a new way to play video games – and I got to try it out! Apple is adding new features to iPhone software that will make it easier for game developers to create augmented reality video games. At Apple’s WWDC 2019 event, I got to play a prototype bowling game to see how it works. The game is called Swift Strike – it’s just a prototype, but the simple demo could usher in an entirely new way to […]

  • Los Angeles public school gets 1 of the 1st earthquake warning systems on the west coast

    The first public school on the West Coast gets its own dedicated earthquake early warning system in classrooms! Eagle Rock High School in Los Angeles is one of the first to get an earthquake early warning system hardwired into classrooms. Now, up to a minute before shaking starts teachers and students will get a heads up! A specialized receiver gets the alerts which are then pushed out automatically to the public address system. We spoke to Josh Bashium the founder […]

  • DJI Osmo Action Cam one-ups GoPro by adding a front facing screen

    The new action camera with a feature that GoPro doesn’t have! The DJI Osmo Action Cam is similar to a GoPro, but it has one feature that can really come in handy: a  front-facing screen! This means you can put yourself into the shot and know that you are properly framed up! Rich has been testing out the new DJI Osmo Action Cam for the last few weeks and found it to be a great action camera with amazing stabilization. The one […]

  • Walmart’s new $64 tablet is actually pretty good

    Walmart has created its own line of Android tablets with affordable price tags and they’re surprisingly good for basic tasks. Want a tablet but you don’t want to spend a bunch of money on an iPad? Walmart now has two Android tablets the company created under its house brand Onn (pronounced like the opposite of off). The best part: they start at just $64 dollars. I was skeptical, but after playing around with them for a while, I’m convinced these […]

  • Companies are using artificial intelligence to screen for problematic employees

    Watch how a startup named Fama Technologies is using artificial intelligence to help weed out problem employees – before or after they join an organization. Learn more:

  • Google now lets you order takeout food without downloading apps – here’s how

    Google now lets you order food online from popular delivery services including Postmates and DoorDash without having to download any apps. Here’s how to do it! If you’ve ordered food online, you know how tricky it can be to find the restaurant you want from the app that delivers it. Now, Google is streamlining the process. Just search for the restaurant or dish you want in Google Search, Maps or Assistant and look for the big “order online” button. You’ll see […]

  • Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is the New Pokemon Go

    There’s a new Harry Potter game to download to your phone right now! Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is the latest game from the same folks who created Pokemon Go. The game uses augmented reality to place the action in the real world around you. We were at the launch event at Universal Studios, but you can play the game anywhere! It’s available to download right now for iOS and Android. NOW: Listen to the Rich on Tech podcast where I talk about the tech I […]

  • Hottest tech items at Consumer Electronics Show Asia

    MILWAUKEE — Technology companies from around the world are in Shanghai, China for the Consumer Electronics Show Asia. Rich DeMuro is there and takes a look at some of the hottest items.

  • The new Mercedes A-Class is packed with a lot of high-tech features

    MILWAUKEE — The new Mercedes A-Class is packed with a lot of high-tech features. Rich DeMuro joins FOX6 WakeUp with the details.

  • Searching for a new job? The websites and apps to help

    MILWAUKEE — Searching for a new job? Rich DeMuro joins FOX6 WakeUp to talk about the websites and apps that can help.

  • The biggest changes coming to iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad and more

    Apple kicked off it’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference with a laundry list of improvements coming soon to the iPhone, Apple Watch, Apple TV, iPad and more. Here’s a look at some of the biggest changes. San Jose, CA – WWDC 2019 kicked off with a keynote from Apple executives including CEO Tim Cook. The company showed off the many changes coming soon to Apple products through software updates arriving this fall. Here’s a look at some of the most notable […]

  • These teen app developers get to go to Apple’s WWDC

    Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference 2019 kicks off today in San Jose. We talked to two teenage app developers who get to go thanks to a special scholarship for students. WWDC is an exciting event if you’re into Apple products. The weeklong event kicks off with a keynote where company execs show off upcoming features for the iPhone, Mac computers, Apple Watch, Apple TV and more! Among the rumored additions: a systemwide dark mode for iOS and a more independent Apple […]

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