Innovation Now is a daily 90-second radio series and podcast that gives listeners a front row seat to hear compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping our future.
Join host Manoush Zomorodi on the quest for more purposeful use of technology in our world and in our lives. Each show tackles a different dilemma of the digital age, and gathers wisdom from everyone from elementary school teachers to big name techies. WNYC Studios is the producer of other leading podcasts including Radiolab, Death, Sex & Money, Freakonomics Radio and many others.
This award-winning series explores The Future of Everything. What can we expect of next week, next year, next century? What will we eat, drive, wear, live in, vote for, want to buy, and want to avoid? What mistakes of the past will we make again, and which ones have we learned from? From the next tick of the clock to the ultimate end of the universe, every subject is fair game. Composed of interviews and essays, it's hosted by the author and futurist Stephen Euin Cobb. Guests include: famous authors and the occasional celebrity, but mostly futurists, innovators, technologists, analysts, entrepreneurs, and those pushing the limits of technology, as well as those struggling to understand the trends growing strong around us now--since it is those trends which will create the future in which we will all live. This program is not about magic, or prophecy, or psychic divination. Instead, we attempt to use verifiable facts as our foundation, and from them extrapolate forward. All such extrapolations--regardless of the credentials of those putting them forth--must be considered pure opinion. Time alone, will allow these extrapolations to be verified or nullified. Topics and themes explored include: nanotechnology and biotechnology; organlegging and organ transplants, molecular manufacturing and computers wired directly into the human brain; extropianism, transhumanism and the technology of individual immortality; terrorism, globalization, global warming and nuclear proliferation; cryonics and cryogenics; genetic engineering and the human genome project; embryos, cloning and stem cell research; astronomy and other space explorations (NASA, Hubble, exoplanets, SETI, ESA, CCCP, lasers and space probes); the singularity, robots, robotics and artificial intelligence (AI); remote sensing and waldoes; legal and illegal uses of the Internet (hackers and hacking, viruses and Trojan horses); solar cells, peak oil and alternative energy; aging and medical longevity; FTL (faster than light travel, as in Star Trek and Star Wars) and worm holes (as in StarGate SG-1); progress in health, education and neuroscience, as well as evolution, agriculture and inventions; and how what was once science fiction and fantasy is now biology, chemistry and physics. Everything from futurism to futurology. To learn more, check the show's website at: www.TheFutureAndYou.com
Digital Impact Radio Built by and for Technology Savvy Professionals, The Digital Impact Conversation looks at the journey digital Impact is making. Digital Impact Radio is a regular monthly output from the Linked in group Digital Impact Conversations, where you will hear about Capability, Projects, Go-Lives, Partners and Emerging Trends that make a Digital Impact.
An opinionated daily technology talk show. Chris Fisher is joined by a rotating cast of characters. Far removed from the valley bubble we tell the honest truth about some of tech’s biggest demigods. With insights on current events, and perspective from the past ones Tech Talk Today promises to be interesting, or fail live trying.
Tech News Today explores the most important stories of the day in conversation with the world's leading journalists live each weekday at 10:00am Pacific, 1:00pm Eastern, 17:00 UTC. Give us your news and views at 260-TNT-SHOW or firstname.lastname@example.org, or watch recorded shows on our website at http://twit.tv/tnt.
The Long Now Foundation's monthly Seminars About Long-term Thinking were started in 02003 to build a compelling body of ideas about long-term thinking; to help nudge civilization toward our goal of making long-term thinking automatic and common instead of difficult and rare. The SALT talks are curated by Stewart Brand and supported by Long Now members who also get HD video of the Seminars. You can become a member and support the series for just $8 a month: https://longnow.org/membership/
Every week Leo Laporte talks to the smartest people in the world about the most important topics in technology. Records live at https://twit.tv/live every Monday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
Fire was our first true piece of technology. Around its warming glow, we would tell stories, share our thoughts, and bond with the people we love. Centuries later, our fires have been digitized, and thrown into everyone's pocket. They are infinitely more powerful. This is a podcast dedicated to exploring the intersection of technology and storytelling, from two writers connected by circuits, wires and a passion for writing.
Tim Robertson and David Cohen host TechFan, a Stoplight Networks produced weekly show with a focus on all things Technology. From iPads to XBox, Google to Nintendo, we cover our favorite subjects with some of the best guests in the tech world.
Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech. Records live at https://twit.tv/live every Sunday at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific / 22:00 UTC.
So many podcasts are about our digital devices. Analog(ue) is a show about how these devices make us feel and how they change our lives for the better, but also for the worse. Hosted by Casey Liss and Myke Hurley.
A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking, from politics to media to environmental sustainability. One single audio file of the whole program - good for continuous listening.
Computer Talk Radio is a nationally syndicated broadcast radio program on computers, technology, and your life. Benjamin Rockwell, the show host and a computer nerd, leads the team as the expert guide through the technical jungle of jargon, and the valleys of viruses, to reach the pinnacle of power of your computer problems. Additional team members Keith M. Sedor, Steve Keske, Deb Shadovitz, and Jesse Peloski, all help along the way each week with their own words of wisdom.
A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons, the 404 podcast, with hosts Jeff Bakalar and Justin Yu, gives you the latest news in gadgets, social media, video games, and movies with snarky commentary and the occasional tasteless joke.
Exponent, a production of Stratechery.com, is hosted by Ben Thompson and James Allworth. In this program we seek to explore the massive effect technology is having not just only technology companies, but also on society as a whole. Ben Thompson is the author of Stratechery, a blog about the business and strategy of technology. James Allworth is the co-author with Clay Christensen of "How Will You Measure Your Life" and a writer for the Harvard Business Review. Visit the website at http://exponent.fm for show notes and to subscribe. To see old Stratechery.FM episodes, please visit http://stratechery.fm
The Vergecast is your source for an irreverent and informative look at what's happening right now (and next) in the world of technology and gadgets. Hosted by Nilay Patel alongside a cavalcade of tech luminaries, The Vergecast is the only podcast you need to make sense of the week in tech news. And your life.
تابعنا عبر آيتونز مجانا: http://is.gd/u4L2TP هايبرستيج هو منصة رقمية تغطي عالم التكنولوجيا وتقاطعه مع المجتمع والثقافة إضافة للعلوم والفنون. يحاول الموقع إلقاء الضوء على التغطيات التكنولوجية العالمية وآراء معظم كبار نقاد التكنولوجيا ومراجعات الكتب ومقالات الرأي التي يكتبها فريق هايبرستيج. لهايبرستيج أيضاً مجموعة من البرامج الصوتية (البودكاست). برامجنا الدورية هي هايبرلينك بودكاست، تحديثات وأخبار حول الويب والتكنولوجيا والعلوم. كودكاست الذي يناقش آخر تقنيات عالم البرمجية والتطوير والعديد من البرامج الأخرى التي يمكن متابعتها من صفحة البودكاست. تقوم هايبرستيج على جهود فردية من الفريق المؤسس، لذلك فإن دعمك للشبكة بأي طريقة سيؤدي حتماً الى فرصة أكبر في النجاح والتوسع في البرامج والمواضيع التي يتم نقاشها في برامج الشبكة. يمكنك دعمنا عن طريق تقييم برامجنا أو كتابة مراجعات (review) على برامج الشبكة على آي تونز. يمكنك أيضاً أن تنصح أصدقائك بالإستماع لبرامجنا. يمكنك أن تساهم بشكل مادي لإبقاء شبكة هايبرستيج قيد العمل ولضمان إستمرارية البرامج التي يتم تقديمها عبر هايبرستيج. يمكنك التبرع عبر PayPal، سيتم إضافة إسمك مع رابط حسابك على تويتر في الصفحة الخاصة للمتبرعين لإبقاء شبكة هايبرستيج. شكراً لك :) http://hyperstage.net/about يمكنكم التواصل معنا، الكتابة أو المشاركة عبر email@example.com
This is the official podcast of Tested.com. Tested brings you the week's technology and science news, with hosts Will Smith, Norman Chan, and Jeremy Williams. There's no jargon here, just solid explanations of the week's news--and plenty of wacky tangents. Make sure you stick around after the outro for fake outtakes!
Ctrl-Walt-Delete is a new show from The Verge featuring legendary tech reviewer Walt Mossberg and Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel. In each episode, Walt and Nilay will dive into the modern tech landscape using Walt’s extraordinary depth and experience to tell stories in entirely new ways. There will also be jokes.
Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Jason Snell and Dan Moren and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Dan Moren and Jason Snell.
Vector takes the most important topics in technology today, focuses on them from interesting angles, and then discusses the hell out of them. Hosted by Rene Ritchie, Georgia Dow, Dave Wiskus, Guy English
هايبر لينك بودكاست هو برنامج أسبوعي يبث على الإنترنت. يناقش البرنامج آخر أخبار الويب والتكنولوجيا والإعلام الجديد ويحاول تغطية الأخبار بأسلوب جديد يعتمد على النقاش واستضافة شخصيات مهمة في هذا المجال. البرنامج من تقديم بشر كيالي وصالح كيالي.
Every few weeks the Maximum PC gang gets together to talk tech, answer your computer questions, and then let Gordon Mah Ung deliver his incomparable Rant of the Week. This is the official podcast of Maximum PC. Tune in!
Every two weeks Bad Voltage delivers an amusing take on technology, Open Source, politics, music, and anything else we think is interesting, as well as interviews and reviews. The show is presented by Jono Bacon, Jeremy Garcia, Stuart Langridge, and Bryan Lunduke.
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. On this feed, you'll find TEDTalks video to inspire, intrigue and stir the imagination from some of the world's leading thinkers and doers, speaking from the stage at TED conferences, TEDx events and partner events around the world. This podcast is also available in high-def video and audio-only formats.
The List App co-founders B.J. Novak and Dev Flaherty talk about their new mobile-social app for making lists and how tech is changing the entertainment world. Later, Lauren Goode joins Kara to talk about Apple's new iPad Pro and whether it's worth the upgrade.
Hossein Derakhshan hard-coded the Iranian internet in Persian as one of Iran's first bloggers. But after he was jailed for 6 years, the web he loved looks a lot different. Read his piece! https://medium.com/matter/the-web-we-have-to-save-2eb1fe15a426#.rjb75j64i Also, Katie and Ryan initiate Julia into the world of "buttchugging." Photo by Arash Ashourina
A few weeks ago, we did an episode on how to get a better range of perspectives in your digital life. BuzzFeed's Tracy Clayton and Katie Notopoulos said the metric for success is to build a feed that's "10 percent infuriating." A lot of you had really strong reactions, and there was a theme: you wanted to know what to do when the opinions you're seeing online are so different from your own that they border on offensive or even bigoted. At this tense moment of protests on college campuses, shootings in the Midwest and beyond, and violence in cities across the world, we've decided that the time is ripe to revisit our episode from last December called “Your Facebook Friend Said Something Racist. Now What?” It will help you navigate a particularly infuriating Facebook feed – or maybe just the Thanksgiving table: "LARA" is a system promoted by the National Council for Community Justice (Note to Self/Piktochart)
Topics: how public libraries are transitioning from quiet rooms filled with books to embrace all forms of media and information, including the vastness of the Internet. Also: similarities between the current rise of ebooks and the rise of paperbacks in the 1960's and 1970's; the trend toward shrinking book lengths; the worlds-largest shared universe; and a back door method for breaking into becoming a writer for Baen Books, a back door which is still open and available to the entire online world. Toni Weisskopf is an award-winning editor and the head of Baen Books, one of the largest publishers of SF&F in America. Davey Beauchamp is an author, anthologist, voice actor, and professional librarian. Hosted by Stephen Euin Cobb, this is the November 25, 2015 episode of The Future And You. [Running time: 25 minutes] These interviews were recorded at the science fiction and fantasy conventions LibertyCon in Chatanooga TN and ConCarolinas in Charlotte NC. Stephen Euin Cobb has interviewed...
Episode 34: Clarence talks Digital Experience with Adrian Jones, MarketingCube (01;16) What are customers looking for in Digital Marketing (02:49). Digital Experience - it's all about the Customer and Speed of Delivery is Key (07:16) The Key Building Blocks for a Customer First Approach (13:23) The Need for a Roadmap and Being Prepared for Change Listen in and join the Digital Impact Radio Show! Run time: 17:10
As YouTube Creators get legal support from YouTube are they also becoming the establishment angry at others using THEIR work? Is Facebook the next battleground? What is fair use anyway? Patrick Beja and Tom Merritt discuss. MP3 Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org. Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or give as little as 5 cents a day on Patreon. Thank you! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods, Kylde, TomGehrke, sebgonz and scottierowland on the subreddit Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Welcome to the seventieth episode of the TechnoBuffalo Show! On this week’s episode Todd and Sean will be discussing the Lumia 950, Black Friday and more. And, as always, taking questions from the audience!
Dell pulls a Superfish with easily cloneable root certificates, Amazon has some passwords leak & Jeff wants to show you his self landing rocket. Plus the fun news for Sci Fi and Netflix fans & of course, our Kickstarter of the week!
Anchor: Mike Elgan and Co-Anchor: Zoya Sheftalovich 11/24/15: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos launches a rocket into space and then lands it gently back on earth, Apple is getting ready to launch Apple Pay in China, Snapchat lets you view major events from several viewpoints, and more... Guests: John Wenz, Kari Paul, and Cecilia Kang Check out the full show notes for today's episode. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/tnt. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Neste episódio do DatabaseCast Mauro Pichilian (@pichiliani), Wagner Crivelini (@wcrivelini) e o convidado Pedro Antônio Galvão Junior (@JuniorGalvaoMVP) entram na sala de aula para por fim na bagunça. Neste episódio você vai aprender onde e como banco de dados é ensinado dentro da sala de aula, discutir didática, observar comportamento, ser firme na disciplina, jugar o que é um professor bom ou ruim e saber como não deixar o professor com dor de cabeça. NOVIDADE: Acessem o canal do DatabaseCast no YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8EUZ3gYTxJi-gr4azFJGYA Confira o preço promocional da camiseta do DatabaseCast Fluxo Matrix com tecido especial (tipo tradicional econômico) http://www.vitrinepix.com.br/databasecast/compre/produto/279697/Fluxo-Matrix Veja a caneca Datas SQL com a sintaxe para manipulação de datas no Oracle, SQL Server, Mysql e PostgreSQL. http://www.vitrinepix.com.br/databasecast/compre/produto/355275/Canecas Confirma o livro "Conversando sobre banco de dados" em: http...
The pundits we all listen to are no better at predictions than a “dart-throwing chimp,” and they are routinely surpassed by normal news-attentive citizens. So Philip Tetlock reported in his 02005 book, Expert Political Judgement—and in a January 02007 SALT talk. It now turns out there are some people who are spectacularly good at forecasting, and their skills can be learned. Tetlock discovered them in the course of building winning teams for a tournament of geopolitical forecasting run by IARPA—Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity. His brilliant new book, SUPERFORECASTING: The Art and Science of Prediction, spells out the methodology the superforecasters developed. Like Daniel Kahneman’s THINKING, FAST AND SLOW, the book changes how we think about thinking. Philip Tetlock is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. With his co-researcher (and wife) Barbara Mellors he is running the Good Judgement Project, with its open competition for aspiring forecasters.
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A newly released Fitbit feature called “SmartTrack” can automatically detect when users have started working out. KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid says this just made monitoring exercise routines, from cardio workouts to basketball games, a whole lot easier.
Tomb Raider and a little something Extra Everyone's favourite homicidal archae-o-vandal Lara Croft's return in 'Rise of the Tomb Raider' discussed with Rik Henderson and Chris Jellyman. And what little something Extra does Microsoft have in stores for us?
Your grocery store is scanning your face. Retail shops are increasingly using facial recognition to catch shoplifters. Do we want them too? Is it worth it? Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt discuss. MP3 Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org. Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or give as little as 5 cents a day on Patreon. Thank you! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods, Kylde, TomGehrke, sebgonz and scottierowland on the subreddit Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Host: Leo Laporte Guest: S. Shankar American Megatrends (AMI) is a leader in BIOS, UEFI, Remote Management, Network Data Storage, Android Solutions and more. Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/triangulation. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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Anchor: Mike Elgan and Co-Anchor: Lindsey Turrentine 11/23/15: Domino's lets you order a pizza with the push of a button, the EFF goes after Facebook and other social networks for censorship, Google invented a Star Trek-style communicator, and more... Check out the full show notes for today's episode. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/tnt. Thanks to Cachefly for the bandwidth for this show.
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In the wake of the terrorist attack in Paris, France that left 130 people dead and many more injured, countless stories began to flood out into the world. Briefings, eyewitness accounts, and calls for safety lit of the airwaves, crossed oceans, and dominated the internet. Everyone wanted to know what was happening, who was doing it, and where.And that once again lead to the latest instance of a fairly recent phenomenon that journalists, news outfits, and ordinary people now must contend with: trying to find up-to-the-minute truth, in real time, in a sea of falsehoods, a distorted reality. Show Notes: "Breaking News" – Medium "The English Speaking World Could Learn A Lot From France To Rebuild Trust In The Media" – Medium "In The Realm Of Verification, Context Is King" – Medium "Twitter's New 'Moments' Feature Has Become My SportsCenter Replacement" – Recode
Debate 2: Need for Identity Management for Digital (01:02) Setting the Scene (01:56) David Grenham explains why identity makes sense (5:01) Clarence Cheah wants to leave identity to the next guy Listen in and join the Digital Impact Radio Show! Run time: 8:11
Debate 1: Are APIs the New Application (01:03) Setting the Scene (02:11) Chris Muir and Daniel Choi highlight APIs for Awesome Productivity (4:01) Bill Hicks and Ravi Pinto talk about APIs being only a small part (8:23) Bill Hicks has more to share Listen in and join the Digital Impact Radio Show! Run time: 11:07
Host: Leo Laporte ISIS vs. Anonymous, app streaming, 30 years of Windows, love stock, and more. Guests: Erin Griffith, Dan Patterson, and Alex Wilhelm For additional show notes, visit twit.tv/twit/537. Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twit. Bandwidth for This Week in Tech is provided by Cachefly.
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This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast. This time, I chat about some recent news stories that caught my attention, including: David Cameron capitulates to terror, proposes Britain’s USA Patriot Act Congressman: To stop ISIS, let’s shut down websites and social media Carnegie Mellon Says It Was Subpoenaed-And Not Paid-For Research On Breaking Tor Tor is getting a major security upgrade The Internet Will Always Suck FCC Refuses To Force Websites To Adhere To ‘Do Not Track,’ And That’s A Good Thing How to Baffle Web Trackers by Obfuscating Your Movements Online BitHub, an experiment in funding privacy OSS Google Public Policy Blog: A Step Toward Protecting Fair Use on YouTube You can subscribe to a feed of articles I am reading for more. You can follow my random podcast items on HuffDuffer too. https://archive.org/download/2015-11-22TheCommandLinePodcast/cmdln.net_2015-11-22.mp3 You can directly download the MP3 or Ogg Vorbis audio files. You can grab additional formats and audio source...
This week Myke and Casey talk about their current feelings about the Apple Watch, how Casey's blog is progressing, sausage rolls, and New York. This episode of Analog(ue) is sponsored by: Foot Cardigan: Make giving socks as gifts fun and cool! Get 10% off any subscription using code ANALOGUE at checkout. Hover: Simplified Domain Management. Use code 'CATCHINGUP' for 10% off your first purchase. Tom Bihn: It's time to upgrade your bag. Links and Show Notes Cortex #17: Dialing Down - Relay FM Dialing DownCGP Grey's post about stepping back from the internet. Tiff's question of Casey Egg in the basket Tramshed Restaurant CW Pencil Enterprise The High Line FAO Schwarz: The magic may return Subscribe to Six Colors iPad Pro: New tricks for old dogs - Six Colors ControlPlane Neutral #6: Alternate!
Special guest Jason Snell joins the show to talk about iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, how iOS still feels like *iPhone OS* at a fundamental level, and Don Norman and Bruce Tognazzini’s overwrought “How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name” article for Fast Company. Also: the new membership program at Six Colors. Sponsored by: Harry’s: High-quality shaving products. Use the promo code “talkshow” to save $5 off your first purchase. Warby Parker: Boutique-quality, classically crafted eyewear at a revolutionary price point. Squarespace: Build it beautiful. Use promo code “GRUBER” and save 10 percent. Braintree: Easy online payments. If you’re building a mobile app and searching for a simple payments solution, check out Braintree. Links: Jason, writing at Macworld, on the iPad Pro’s keyboard shortcomings. Don Norman and Bruce Tognazzini, writing at Fast Company: “How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name”. Ferrite Recording Studio: a full-fledged iOS audio editing app.
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Brett and Christina discuss the iPad Pro, the best apps for the Apple TV, and (of course) a list of comedians, actors, and TV shows. iPad Pro The Shuttle App Store search improvements A fix for slippery iPhones Altos Adventure Lumino City Earthlapse Shadowmatic Sketchparty TV BetterTouchTool Plex Air Video Server HD HD Homerun Mac App Store certificate snafu Let's Encrypt Limitless Limitless TV Marguerite Moreau Camp Dakota Hannah Hart Key and Peele Mindy Master Of None Graham Norton
The Gear VR ships int he US and Volvo wants to us the Hololens to sell cars. By this time next year when we all have VR what will we use it for? Darren Kitchen and Tom Merritt have some ideas. MP3 Using a Screen Reader? Click here Multiple versions (ogg, video etc.) from Archive.org. Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. A special thanks to all our supporters–without you, none of this would be possible. If you are willing to support the show or give as little as 5 cents a day on Patreon. Thank you! Big thanks to Dan Lueders for the headlines music and Martin Bell for the opening theme! Big thanks to Mustafa A. from thepolarcat.com for the logo! Thanks to our mods, Kylde, TomGehrke, sebgonz and scottierowland on the subreddit Show Notes To read the show notes in a separate page click here!
Jill Schlesinger is reuinited with the show once again to meet Russ for the very first time. The crew chats about a wide gamut of topics including Aziz Ansari's new Netflix show, Twitter's value, Jill's trip to Turkey and much, much more.
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Hosts: Mike Elgan, Christina Warren Guests: Ron Amadeo, Sean Hollister, Mike Murphy, Kyle Wiens 11/20/15 : Volvo's using Microsoft's Hololens to sell you a car, LG cancelled its cell phone smartwatch the LG Urbane 2, IBM's Watson supercomputer is already making your holiday shopping list, and more... Check out the full shownotes for this episode
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We look at the hard numbers of the biggest sector in the tech industry, have a skeptical discussion around YouTube coming to the aide content creators & debate Google+’s new UI design. Then we fail to make even the most obvious Kickstarter sound compelling & wrap it all up with a little technical disaster vamping.
Ben and James discuss PC Gaming and the fascinating way in which it monetizes, leading to a wide-ranging discussion about how business has changed because of the Internet. This episode is sponsored by Wealthfront. See recommended portfolios and get up to $15,000 managed for free by visiting Wealthfront.com/Exponent. Links Chris Dixon: Lessons From the PC Video Game Industry — Medium Jared Sinclar: Saving the iPad — JaredSinclair.com Ben Thompson: Grantland and the (Surprising) Future of Publishing — Stratechery Ben Thompson: TensorFlow and Monetizing Intellectual Property — Stratechery Justin Williams: The Chicken or the iPad Pro — Medium Ben Thompson: Games and Good Enough — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Venture Capital and the Internet’s Impact — Stratechery Ben Thompson: Selling Feelings — Stratechery Hosts Ben Thompson, @benthompson, Stratechery James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review Podcast Information Feed iTunes SoundCloud Twitter Feedback Sponsorship Inquiry
Today on The Vergecast, Nilay and Dieter are joined in studio by Lauren Goode to continue their discussion about the iPad Pro, as well as how it stacks up against the Surface Pro 4. In addition, the panel will discuss the end of Rdio, as well as the best set-top box on the market. Nicola Fumo once again occupies the hypeseat.
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