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Best Tech Podcasts We Could Find
Over the years, technology has advanced to become a vital part of people's everyday lives. People use technology to communicate with friends and family regardless of their location, get information from the stock market, check the latest news, and much more. Podcasts as a media have enabled people to follow the latest news and trends in technology, while commuting, working out, walking in the park, etc. What is more, they can be followed even without Internet connection, in any part of the day. The podcasts offered in this catalog discuss about important topics in technology. Some of them discuss about the operating systems, software and game development and development techniques and trends. Other podcasts discuss about tech startups, SEO, SMM and digital marketing. There are podcasts where game fans can get the latest news on DotA, LoL and other games. Also, some hosts invite leading names in technology to discuss about the impact of technology on society as well as about big ideas that could change the way society functions.
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TechStuff is a show about technology. And it’s not just how technology works. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture.
 
Want to take control of the future? In each episode of this podcast, Entrepreneur magazine editor in chief Jason Feifer takes something that seems concerning or confusing today, and then learns its surprising history, what important things we’re missing, and the solutions that can make us smarter and better. (The show was previously called Pessimists Archive.)
 
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Every Tuesday and Friday, tech journalist Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Silicon Valley has a solution for everything, but who do its ideas really serve? Every Thursday, Paris Marx is joined by a new guest to critically examine the tech industry, its thought leaders, and the worldview it spreads. They challenge the notion that tech alone can drive our world forward by showing that separating tech from politics has consequences for us all, especially the most vulnerable. But if tech won't save us, what will? This podcast isn't simply about tearing tech down; it al ...
 
Cal Newport is a computer science professor and a New York Times bestselling author who writes about the impact of technology on society, and the struggle to work and live deeply in a world increasingly mired in digital distractions. On this podcast, he answers questions from his readers and offers advice about cultivating focus, productivity, and meaning amidst the noise that pervades our lives.
 
Tech News Briefing is your guide to what people in tech are talking about. Every weekday, we’ll bring you breaking tech news and scoops from the pros at the Wall Street Journal, insight into new innovations and policy debates, tips from our personal tech team, and exclusive interviews with movers and shakers in the industry. Hosted by Zoe Thomas
 
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
 
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I read Reddit stories with emotion and with funny voices. My most popular subreddits are r/Prorevenge, r/Entitledparents, and r/Choosingbeggars Subscribe to unlock bonus episodes: https://anchor.fm/rslash/subscribe
 
Video games: They’re serious business! Except when they’re not serious at all. Each week on Triple Click, video game experts Kirk Hamilton, Maddy Myers, and Jason Schreier journey into the fascinating world of games. They’ll explore hot topics in video game news and culture, answer burning listener questions, debate the pros and cons of the biggest new games, and replay old classics together.
 
We are in the midst of a digital revolution, where the line between our physical world and cyberspace is blurring. Tech Tonic is the show that investigates the promises and perils of this new technological age. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Vergecast is the flagship podcast from The Verge about small gadgets, Big Tech, and everything in between. Every Friday, hosts Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz hang out and make sense of the week’s most important technology news. And every Wednesday, David leads a selection of The Verge’s expert staffers in an exploration of how gadgets and software affect our lives – and which ones you should bring into yours.
 
Welcome to Critical Role, home of a bunch of nerdy-ass voice actors playing tabletop roleplaying games! Enter a world of glorious imagination and improvisation with a group of the finest collaborative storytellers around. Here you’ll find our TTRPG and adjacent shows, including Critical Role, Exandria Unlimited, 4-Sided Dive, and a growing selection of one-shots.
 
For more than a dozen years, the Stack Overflow Podcast has been exploring what it means to be a developer and how the art and practice of software programming is changing our world. From Rails to React, from Java to Node.js, we host important conversations and fascinating guests that will help you understand how technology is made and where it’s headed. Hosted by Ben Popper, Cassidy Williams, and Ceora Ford, the Stack Overflow Podcast is your home for all things code.
 
A podcast about technology and political economy /// Agitprop against innovation and capital /// Hosted by Jathan Sadowski and Edward Ongweso Jr., Produced by Jereme Brown /// Hello friends and enemies Listen anywhere that fine podcasts are distributed. Subscribe at patreon.com/thismachinekills to get premium episodes every week.
 
Download This Show is your weekly guide to the world of media, culture, and technology. From social media to gadgets, streaming services to privacy issues. Each week Marc Fennell and a team of people far smarter than him (his words, not ours) take a fun deep dive into how technology is reshaping our lives.
 
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On Tech tent this week, Professor Gina Neff and Eva Blum-Dumontet on how individuals and tech companies should react to abortion becoming illegal in parts of the US. David Martin Ruiz from the Eurpoean consumer group BEUC on what it calls Google's "fast track to surveillance" for its users, and making virtual reality sound immersive, with Professor…
 
Elon Musk says he put his $40 billion acquisition of Twitter on hold over bots on the platform, and he demanded to see the social-media company’s data on fake or spam accounts. In recent weeks, Twitter complied, sending over a massive data dump. Now the billionaire and his team need to sort through it. WSJ tech reporter Sarah Needleman joins host J…
 
Apple has another policy proposal for allowing third-party payments in iOS apps. To catch you up, Apple is facing various pressures to allow third-party payments for apps in its iOS App Store. YouTube announced new policies to try to fight comment spam and channel imitators. We try to answer the question of why do we still not have waterproof phone…
 
A controversial ruling by the US Supreme Court has had a big impact on the country as a whole and the tech industry is no exception. Plus, one FCC commissioner wants Apple and Google to remove TikTok from their app stores. And Major League Baseball might be fed up with human umpires. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Pre-show: Marco flirts with his past Follow-up: Bitcode has been deprecated Previously, on ATP #205 (Overcast timestamp link) (Transcript) New big HomePod rumor Ricky on Passkey syncing YubiKey Very important Caffè Macs follow-up BNPL Planet Money The 256GB 13” M2 MacBook Pro has crummy SSD performance 15” MacBook… something? #askatp What makes WWD…
 
Technologists have been crowing about “the metaverse” for a long time now, and here at WIRED we’ve written about it quite a bit, too. But sometimes we’re still unsure exactly how to define this next generation of the internet, which is contingent on 3D experiences (instead of the flat, 2D screens we’re currently glued to) and also a persistent, con…
 
Paris Marx is joined by Brian Merchant to discuss the impact of the iPhone after 15 years, including its effects on how we work, how we use technology, and what it’s meant for Apple. Brian Merchant is a tech journalist, author of The One Device: The Secret History of the iPhone, and co-editor of Terraform: Watch/Worlds/Burn. Follow Brian on Twitter…
 
Roe vs. Wade, Amazon robots, Twitter Notes, Nothing Phone (1) U.S. tech industry frets about handing data to states prosecuting abortion. Meta Clamps Down on Internal Discussion of Roe v. Wade's Overturning. Google tells workers they can relocate 'without justification' following the Supreme Court decision. Big Tech is silent on data privacy in pos…
 
Coming up today: how Covid tracking apps are pivoting for commercial profit and we talk about the future of genome sequencing. The stories we talked about this week: How Covid Tracking Apps Are Pivoting for Commercial Profit https://www.wired.com/story/covid-19-data-switch/ How Genome Sequencing Will Change Our Lives https://www.penguin.co.uk/books…
 
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Kara and Scott take a look at how corporations are adapting to a post-Roe world, including Facebook blocking abortion content, and major pharmacies limiting the sale of Plan B. Also, Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s contract was extended and Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann is stepping down. Plus, Cassidy Hutchinson’s blockbuster testimony and Snapchat’s subscr…
 
Build automation tools automate the process of building code, including steps such as compiling, packaging binary code, and running automated tests. Because of this, build automation tools are considered a key part of a continuous delivery pipeline. Build automation tools read build scripts to define how they should perform a build. Common build sc…
 
The Verge's Nilay Patel, David Pierce, and Alex Cranz chat with transportation editor Andrew Hawkins about EVs, trucks, Tesla, and Starlink. Segment 1 - 02:07 Hyundai gives first look at Ioniq 6 EV as market share surges Electric vehicle companies have a serious quality problem Segment 2 - 23:44 Tesla reportedly doesn't have enough desks after Musk…
 
Huge thanks to the more than 73,000 devs from 180 countries who spent 15 minutes each completing our 2022 Developer Survey. This year’s survey was longer than usual, since we wanted to ask about new topics as well as provide a historical throughline to understand how your responses have changed over the years. Among the takeaways from the survey: 2…
 
Duck Team deals with the literal fallout of the Mothership air yacht! Calder offends Albin, Sol questions his origins, and Callie sets out to right a wrong. Support us at Patreon.com/Naddpod to get access to the after-show and a bunch of other Naddpod content! Get tickets to our upcoming live shows at naddpod.com/live. Music/Sound Effects Include: …
 
Killnet hits Norwegian websites. Hacktivists are tied to Russia's government. Amunet as a case study in C2C market differentiation. C2C commodification extends to script kiddies. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos examines borderless data. Rick Howard speaks with Cody Chamberlain from NetSPI on Breach Communication. Roscosmos publishes locations of…
 
The teddy bear: Is it cute and cuddly, or a “horrible monstrosity” that’ll destroy humanity? In 1907, many people feared the worst — that this new toy would ruin young girls’ developing maternal instincts, and lead us to a terrible fate. This is the story of how the teddy bear changed us all… and how we then changed the bear. The “Build For Tomorro…
 
Pick up the one-page RPG A Familiar Problem for FREE at stores participating in Free RPG Day! Visit darringtonpress.com/familiar to learn more. Marisha Ray takes the RPG A Familiar Problem to Exandria with a chaotic crew of scrappy, stressed-out animal pals on an adventure! This one-shot features Critical Role’s own Laura Bailey, Matthew Mercer, an…
 
This week's episode is your one-stop shop for pet bathing strategies, games like Redout 2, Neon White, and a Starship Troopers RTS (??), the news from the Nintendo Direct not-so-Mini, the wrestlers-liking-video-games industrial complex, the great Sonic 3 soundtrack mystery, and a paean for Bernie Stolar. Advertise on The Nextlander Podcast at Gumba…
 
Credit scores are these three digit snapshots — usually a number between 300 and 850 — that represent a borrower’s risk of default. They’re calculated by algorithms that use a borrower’s credit data, like the history of their credit payments, the amount of debt they owe, how long they’ve owned credit cards and more. Much of that data is collected a…
 
Creating great creative tools is extremely difficult. There are thousands of paths a user could take, and every aspect of the user experience has to be carefully considered and optimized for performance. And when you try to add real-time collaboration on top of that, you can be sure that you’re left with almost no time to focus on the core user exp…
 
We have a special investigation from Professor Ed, who takes us on a journey through the history and development of innovation policy and venture capital in China. We begin with the massive government Torch Program that, starting in the 1980s, set about engineering a national innovation sector on a scale never seen before. Then in the 1990s we see …
 
Celsius, one of the largest crypto lenders, has been under pressure. And people active in the sector have been keeping a watchful eye. The lending giant promoted itself as lower risk but higher reward than traditional banks. But investor documents from last year show Celsius was actually built on risk. WSJ reporter Eliot Brown joins host Julie Chan…
 
Omer Dembinsky, a Data Research Manager from Check Point Research, joins Dave to discuss their Brand Phishing Report for Q1 2022 and how DHL, Maersk, and AliExpress were all in the top 10 list. Joe and Dave have some listener follow up from the 200th episode discussing how many redirects are too many. Joe has two stories this week, the first on how…
 
This week, the Triple Click gang opens up the mailbag and takes some of YOUR questions about all sorts of fun things. Wouldn't it be nice if games let you turn off all the microtransactions? What's it like revisiting old games with a modern eye? And what are our favorite board games (aside from Candyland)??? One More Thing: Kirk: Players Maddy: Neo…
 
Most technology companies rely on open source software projects. But open source software projects are often maintained by a group of people that is not affiliated with any particular company. When an open source project develops too much technical debt, it can become a tragedy of the commons. Who is responsible for maintaining these open source pr…
 
We examine the role algorithms play in limiting free-speech; we hear about the development of bacteria-driven lighting in France; we explore how the shape of our cities can influence weather patterns; and we learn about new research that applies a chemical approach to the simulation of touch.
 
How many millions of dollars makes the difference between calling something water resistance and water proof? One tech manufacturer certainly found out the hard way.Plus, smart speakers want to bring your grandparents back from the dead to read you a story book.And why apps tracking periods could become legally dangerous in the USAGuestsTegan Jones…
 
Snap is now offering a $3.99 a month subscription called Snapchat Plus, with exclusive and early access features. Startup, Oonee, is developing a kit for modular parking pods that can securely store 8 to 80 bicycles at a time. Security experts raise warnings over potential malware aboard container ship systems potentially affecting control of the s…
 
NATO's response to Killnet's cyberattacks on Lithuania. Influence operations in the interest of national market share. SOHO routers are under attack. YTStealer is out and active in the wild. RansomHouse hits AMD. CISA releases six ICS security advisories. The most dangerous software weaknesses. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton takes a look …
 
From nourishing our foods to storing massive amounts of carbon, soil is teeming with diverse microbial life that could slow global warming. Climate change scientist Jane Zelikova calls for agricultural practices that protect Earth's soil by growing climate-adapted crops that don't mess with the microbes. "Soils are the literal foundation of life on…
 
#165: Viktor recently (sort of) attended KubeCon EU 2022 in Valencia, Spain. In this episode, we talk about everything that Viktor saw and experienced. We also attempt to answer the age old question, how was the conference food? YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/devopsparadox/ Books and Courses: Catalog, Patterns, And Blueprints https://www.devo…
 
On this week’s episode, Rachelle and Madison decided that, because of the recent Supreme Court news, it was time to take respite in some good online fun. They talk about the Olsen twins making pizza, Adam Lambert’s stellar vocals, plastic bags, musicals, and plenty more. Make sure to check out our Twitter for a thread with all the things mentioned …
 
The Verge's David Pierce and Alex Cranz chat with health technology reporter Nicole Wetsman and senior privacy and cybersecurity reporter Corin Faife about the privacy vulnerabilities for people seeking abortions in a post-Roe United States, and how people can protect their information. 29:28 - David reports on why the internet is so bad at recomme…
 
Apps that track menstrual cycles or fertility collect a trove of sensitive data about users. Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last Friday, striking down the constitutional right to an abortion, some of those app companies are moving to change how they handle that data. On today’s show, WSJ personal tech columnist Nicole Nguyen joins h…
 
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