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Noah Glick

The tech industry continues to grow at a rapid pace in northern Nevada, with more companies continuing to move to the region. But what do these jobs actually look like? And what kind of wages can workers expect?

Renoites Catching Pokemon, Releasing Privacy

Jul 12, 2016
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People walking around while staring at their phones isn't a new phenomena, but the wildly popular mobile Pokemon Go game is taking it to another level. Reno Public Radio's Julia Ritchey reports on how the craze is catching on locally, even amid privacy concerns.

So for those who did not come of age in the late 90s, here's a quick primer on Pokemon Go. It's an augmented reality adventure game that uses your phone's GPS to make animated characters, called Pokemon, appear on the screen. The goal is to, as the old theme song goes...

ESD America

The legal battle between the FBI and Apple has re-ignited the debate over privacy and security. As Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick reports, a Nevada phone maker is taking the side of user privacy.

For 11 years, Nevada-based ESD America has been selling a phone, called a Cryptophone, that they say can’t be spied on.

Buzz Bruner is the director of strategy for the company and chatted with our media partner, KNPR in Las Vegas.

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The annual Game Developer Conference took place in San Francisco this week. The conference added a track on virtual reality for the first time this year, and Reno Public Radio's Amy Westervelt strapped on a headset to check it out.

That's the trailer for EVE: Valkyrie, one of two virtual reality games that will come with the Oculus Rift headset when it’s released on March 28. The hotly anticipated virtual reality gaming package costs $599 and is expected to revolutionize not only games but film, advertising and more.

Technology has opened a whole new world of spying on your partner.