Steve's dad calls him for some help with his computer troubles.
"Going Deep with David Rees" host David Rees demonstrates the perfect handshake technique.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel talks about preparing for cyber attacks on U.S. power grids.
"Lights Out" author Ted Koppel explains how America's power grids are vulnerable to cyber attacks.
The comedians talk their way out of traffic tickets as Google's low-speed self-driving car.
Thomas Edison takes credit for inventing movies.
Ronny Chieng finds an alternative to America's expensive and woefully outdated voting machines.
Lewis Black finds out how McDonald's and Chuck E. Cheese's are adapting to millennials.
Jeff's already terrible birthday is ruined when the aliens reveal to him what the future looks like.
Inspired by advances in virtual reality, Ronny Chieng creates his own simulation experience.
Jordan Klepper reveals a way around the questionable ethics of using apps like Spotify and Uber.
Trevor reports on service apps like Uber, which are both convenient and morally questionable.
In honor of Thomas Edison, the comedians dream up some less-than-brilliant inventions.
Seth Rogen discusses working with Michael Fassbender and Kate Winslet in the biopic "Steve Jobs."
Ryan Adams plays the song "Style" from his Taylor Swift cover album, "1989."
Governor Chris Christie explains his plan to regulate immigration using fingerprint technology.
Wolf Blitzer tries (and fails) to read the icy body language of President Obama and Vladimir Putin.
Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO of Bumble, explains how her app empowers women in dating.
The comics reveal which websites infect their users and offer advance buzz on the iPhone 8.
Teen inventor Ahmed Mohamed describes what it felt like to be arrested at his Texas high school.