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Code Forward, one of MSNBC's online-only shows, covers hot-button issues in technology, from GamerGate to Girls Who Code.  The show also looks at the tools that make life easier and the world better.  Catch up on past episodes here.

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Blockfeed aims to elevate your news diet

Blockfeed aims to elevate your news diet

08/25/15 05:01PM

A new news app called Blockfeed wants to enhance your local and hyper-local news experience - but does it get the job done? Phil Perkins, CEO of Blockfeed, and Adam May, Editor-in-Chief of Blockfeed, join to discuss the project. watch

Amazon's corporate culture comes under fire

Amazon's corporate culture comes under fire

08/19/15 04:56PM

A scathing report in the New York Times paints a portrait of brutal working conditions at online retail juggernaut Amazon. But does the article tell the whole story? Jillian D'Onofro, Technology Reporter at Business Insider, joins to discuss. watch

Is online dating really killing romance?

Is online dating really killing romance?

08/19/15 04:53PM

Are online dating services like Tinder and OKCupid really doing in the traditional notions of romance and courtship? Alex Howard, Senior Editor of Tech and Society at The Huffington Post, joins to discuss. watch

The debate over unlimited parental leave

The debate over unlimited parental leave

08/13/15 04:28PM

Many tech giants have offered extended or unlimited vacation time and parental leave to employees - but is the deal as sweet as it seems? The Washington Post's Drew Harwell joins Nisha Chittal to discuss. watch

Triller lets you channel your inner pop star

Triller lets you channel your inner pop star

08/13/15 04:21PM

Sammy Rubin and David Leiberman join to discuss their new app, Triller, which lets users create music videos right on their smartphone - no film school or music industry experience necessary. watch

Is Facebook Live killing Internet equality?

Is Facebook Live killing Internet equality?

08/13/15 04:11PM

Facebook's new live-streaming video feature is ruffling feathers, due to its exclusivity - but is limiting availability of the service to celebs and politicians really such a bad thing? Robert Scoble, Futurist at Rackspace, joins to discuss. watch

Can 'Lantern' make the Internet more free?

Can 'Lantern' make the Internet more free?

07/30/15 04:14PM

An American app developer is making it harder for countries like China and Russia to control which Internet sites their citizens are able to visit. Adam Fisk, Founder of Lantern, joins to discuss how. watch

Huge news for the world of e-sports

Huge news for the world of e-sports

07/30/15 04:10PM

An epic man-cave in the sky, a big security risk for Andorid users, and big news in the world of e-sports: Nellie Bowles discusses the week's biggest tech headlines. watch

Hackers strike controversial dating site

Hackers strike controversial dating site

07/23/15 04:49PM

Nisha Chittal is joined by Patriarch Equity Founder, Chairman and CEO Eric Schiffer to discuss the massive hack attack against controversial dating site Ashley Madison, and what the lasting effects of the incident could be. watch

The woman behind the viral Airbnb resume

The woman behind the viral Airbnb resume

07/23/15 04:41PM

How did Nina Mufleh manage to grab the attention of Airbnb? By creating one of the most epic and widely-viewed resumes on the Internet. Nina Mufleh and The Huffington Post's Jenny Che join to discuss the project. watch

The music-streaming war heats up

The music-streaming war heats up

07/09/15 03:17PM

The battle for marketplace dominance between Apple Music and Spotify is getting interesting. The Huffington Post tech editor Damon Beres joins to discuss why. watch

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