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On this episode of Last Week in Tech, the team: -tells you how to make sure you've actually turned off Google tracking your phone (http://pops.ci/Kw1Prg) -urgently explains "drop apps"—apps that lure you in with limited, time-sensitive products and prizes -debates if they would shut down robots that beg not to be turned off (http://pops.ci/2u2kM6) -and blasts off with Betsy Congdon, the lead engineer for the heat shield of NASA's Parker Solar Probe (http://pops.ci/BckY2p). Email us questions, suggestions, or unabashed compliments at LWIT@popsci.com or tweet us at www.twitter.com/LastWeekInTech. For all the stories we discussed and more, head to pops.ci/lwit. For all of Popular Science's technology stories, head to www.popsci.com/technology. Our team: Corinne Iozzio (www.twitter.com/corinneiozo) Stan Horaczek (www.twitter.com/stanhoraczek) Rob Verger (www.twitter.com/robverger) Eleanor Cummins (www.twitter.com/elliepses) Music by: Billy Cadden (www.twitter.com/billycadden) Edited by: Jason Lederman (www.twitter.com/lederman)

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