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Hosted by Anexinet Sr. Mobile Strategists Steven Brykman and Glenn Gruber, this podcast covers all aspects of Digital Transformation, including strategy, mobility, security, development, design, testing and more. Anexinet is a leading technology consultancy and reseller, focused on technology-enabled business transformation strategies and solutions. Anexinet (www.anexinet.com) customers benefit from our holistic approach—from engaging front-end interactions to dependable back-end solutions, ...
 
From the shoes we wear on our feet to the high definition televisions in our living room, wearable devices, the sports universe is a breeding ground for technology. Writer and Photographer Rick Limpert will examine this each week on The Tech of Sports – With guests which include athletes, inventors and journalists that cover the intersection of sports and technology.
 
Conversations with people who are innovating in business for the post-pandemic future. These are the leading thinkers involved in driving and dealing with tech and other business innovations required for a successful but changing future. Voices include executives at brands, agencies, business leaders across multiple industries, and innovative startups. Subjects discussed include business transformations driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, virtual ...
 
Our technologies powered the smartphone revolution and connected billions of people in brand new ways. We pioneered 3G and 4G and led the way to 5G, sparking a new era of intelligent, connected devices. On this podcast, we talk with the people behind our technologies and explore the programs that make Qualcomm unique.
 
The data revolution has begun. The knowledge you will gain over your body, your health, your performance, will explode in the next 5 years. Empowering you to make better decisions about your body and get the results you’re looking for, instead of just guessing or following the latest opinion fad in health or fitness or anti-aging. The Quantified Body introduces you to the cutting edge in this trend – wearable devices, biomarkers, the latest lab tests, quantified self protocols, biohacking ta ...
 
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is a research-intensive medical school that fosters powerful collaborations on a thriving academic medical campus. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
 
Voice-first technology is becoming the operating system of healthcare, and it is poised to completely disrupt the way we experience everything in health and medicine. We are entering the era of ambient computing – smart speakers around us that are ready to carry out our commands through the most natural interfaces known to us – our voices. In this podcast, we discuss the latest news, projects, research, and breakthroughs about the rapidly expanding intersection of Healthcare and VoiceFirst t ...
 
This is a podcast about living your best life and shifting towards it every day. From health and money, through to entrepreneurship, creativity, sex, mindset and more, these no-holds-barred insights will help you seriously move the needle in your day to day, and expand outside your comfort zone. Because the truth is, change isn’t just *possible*... it’s much closer than you think. Join Nick Broadhurst — recording artist, entrepreneur and life-long learner — for radically honest conversations ...
 
Health and fitness information for women over 50 hosted by Jennifer Gale, author, International Presenter, Researcher and older women’s health and fitness tipster. Featuring special guests and experts on being a fit and healthy woman over 50. Learn the nitty gritty - everything you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask - about being fit and healthy after 50. Not your usual women’s health and fitness podcast.
 
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This week’s IoT podcast kicks off with a focus on Apple’s new HomePod mini and the inclusion of the Thread protocol on the device. We then discuss how it fits into the world of smart speakers and my own recent purchases, such as my feelings about the Echo Studio and the Nest Audio. We then talk about the $129 Nest Thermostat and what cheap thermost…
 
Dr. Mathews is the Brooke Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Florida and the Director of the Center for OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders at the University of Florida. Dr. Mathews completed her undergraduate education at Cornell University, and her medical training at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Mathews’ research and clinic…
 
A new stadium for the Los Angeles NFL teams brings a bunch of new technology to sports fans. Rick talks to Mark Quiroz, Samsung’s Vice President of Marketing, Display Division this week on “Tech of Sports.” Samsung’s outdoor LED products were exclusively used to build SoFi Stadium’s 70,000 square-foot dual-sided, center-hung videoboard – the first …
 
This week’s show kicks off with a bunch of data from Microsoft’s latest IoT Signals report which shows that, for a third of companies, COVID-19 is speeding up their IoT deployments. We discuss the data and then talk about updates on the Nvidia deal for ARM from ARM’s developer conference, a cheaper Jetson AI module, and another Telnet weakness. Yes…
 
Dr. Zurita Ona, Dr. Z, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in California. Her clinical work started first as a school psychologist and then as a clinical psychologist. She has significant experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with OCD, trauma, anxiety, and emotional regulation problems. Dr. Z is the founder of the East Bay Behav…
 
Rick talks to skateboarder, Jordyn Barratt about the Tokyo Olympics, and how she is training under new restrictions, staying focused and staying sharp! She has a great sponsor along for the ride in Clif Bar. The 2020 Olympics was set to be the first games to include skateboarding and where 21-year-old Barratt was ready to fulfill a lifelong dream. …
 
A conversation with Lior Elazary, Co-Founder and CEO of inVia Robotics, a high-tech company that focuses on providing robotics as a service.Lior has been Chief of Research and Development at Knowledge Base Solutions, Founder of Host Pro Inc., and Chief of Research and Development at EdgeCast Networks. At inVia Robotics, Lior focuses on artificial i…
 
This week’s show covers device launches from Amazon last week and Google this week. We also talk about connected coffee machines getting hacked, Amazon letting people pay with their palm, and Apple’s smart home patents. After that, we switch to developer news with Twilio’s new IoT platform and ARM’s chip designs for autonomous robots and cars. Voda…
 
In today's Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, Steve and Glenn discuss how the concepts of "flow" and "path to production" represent the future of event-driven systems with VMware CTO, James Urquhart. This episode also answers the following questions: How do backyard chickens represent an event-driven system…
 
Richard Wilkinson studied economic history and the philosophy of science at the London School of Economics before training in epidemiology. He is now Professor Emeritus of Social Epidemiology at the University of Nottingham Medical School, Honorary Professor at University College London and Visiting Professor at the University of York. Since his in…
 
Rick has an interesting talk with Matt Hassett, CEO and founder of Loftie, this week. Matt and his team are releasing the Loftie Alarm Clock. Yes, an alarm clock is still relevant in this age of smartphones and tablets. Matt is the founder and CEO of Loftie, a New York based company dedicated to creating better tech-life balance for people everywhe…
 
This week’s podcast covers our thinking on Amazon’s new Sidewalk network, but not the devices the retailer launched on Thursday. As part of the network conversation, we also discussed LoRaWAN network operator Senet’s new $16 million in funding before detailing three upcoming products from Wyze. We then talked about sharing Alexa routines, Google’s …
 
Since relaunching the podcast I have been getting a lot of questions via DM, so I thought for something different I would spend some time today answering your questions on the topics you want to get clarity on. If you are interested to know more about gut health, new music from me, how to get involved in crypto, Qanon, parenting, supplements, sprou…
 
Over the years, Prof. Brett Kahr has worked in numerous settings, ranging from the British National Health Service, to various universities, to the British Broadcasting Corporation, where he served for many years as Resident Psychotherapist on B.B.C. Radio 2, broadcasting to 15,000,000 people weekly and chairing the B.B.C.’s mental health campaign.…
 
Rick talks with Chris Madden of Matchnode this week on “Tech of Sports.” Sports and paid social media go together like peanut butter and jelly. But it’s a tricky mix. Matchnode is a digital marketing agency that specializes in paid social advertising. Through his agency Chris has worked on digital ad campaigns for Chicago sports franchises like the…
 
This week’s show kicks off with Kevin and I discussing Nvidia’s $40 billion plan to buy ARM. After that, we talk about Google’s upcoming event, a gesture interface for Nest thermostats, and the news from the Apple event. From there we talk about alternatives to IFTTT in case you don’t want to pay for a Pro plan, and then dive into news on IoT secur…
 
In response to the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, Jane Elliott devised the controversial and startling, "Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes Exercise." This, now famous, exercise labels participants as inferior or superior based solely upon the color of their eyes and exposes them to the experience of being a minority. Everyone who is exposed t…
 
Intriguing this week as Rick talks with US Navy Officer Candidate, Taylor Blotske, from Officer Training School in Newport, Rhode Island. Taylor is in the middle of this 13-week training school. He and Rick talk about what training school is like, where he wants to be in 5 years and some of the tech he uses. Blotske, a Stockbridge, GA native and 20…
 
This week the show starts with an overview on IFTTT’s new paid plan and then dives into the recent update on Project Connected Home over IP. There’s not a lot of news, but the effort is still progressing, which is something. We also discuss the new long-range Z-Wave standard, a new court ruling on geofencing data collection, and Apple’s upcoming ev…
 
An opinion leader and public speaker, Stephen G. Post, Ph.D. (University of Chicago, 1983) is the best-selling lead author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People: How to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life by the Simple Act of Giving (Random House Broadway). He has been quoted in more than 4000 newspapers and magazines, and featured on numerou…
 
We all know that what we eat impacts our health. But have we been overlooking another crucial factor? What if HOW we eat plays just as big a role? In this episode we dig into the importance of how you’re chewing your chow — including how underusing our jaws is leading to health issues (like poor sleep, impaired immunity and weight gain), the hidden…
 
Every summer, kids who attend Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab STEM summer camps explore IoT, robotics, and coding, creating their own inventions to express themselves and solve problems for their communities. While distanced learning made this year’s camps a little different, it also enabled more students than ever to participate.In this episode, host PJ Ja…
 
Rick is joined by Noah Syken of IBM this week on iHeartRadio to talk about what IBM is doing at the 2020 US Open. We all know the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of daily life, and sports for both fans and players have not been spared. As we adjust to a new reality, some sports are finding ways to slowly return under new rules and circu…
 
16-year MLB player, Todd Zeile, is part of the indie game developer, Bit Fry, based in New Hampshire. They are the first company to ever create a new, officially licensed sports gaming franchise that features star athletes from all the major sports leagues. Rick talks to Todd on this episode of “Tech of Sports”. You might have thought a huge develo…
 
This week’s show starts off with the FBI’s concerns about the Ring doorbell, then news about Apple and Google making their COVID-19 exposure notification framework easier for states to use. We discuss consolidation in the smart apartment market, vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s Azure Sphere and then dive into a heap of newly launched devices. First u…
 
Dr. Jorgensen writes: “I was born into a middle-class Black community in D. C. in 1941. I was part of the largest entering class of Blacks ever at Harvard in fall of 1958, served in the first Nepal group in the Peace Corps 1962-1964, and entered Social Psychology at Michigan in 1964 where I was the only Black student entering in either Psychology o…
 
ARM is back in our news lineup this week, as Kevin and I discuss who might be interested in buying the chip design company and why it decided not to spin out its IoT assets. We also talk about a new lock that opens with a touch, biometrics on other locks, and Fitbit’s new wearables. Some Roomba vacuums received a new update that makes them easier t…
 
Aaron McCormick is an author, entrepreneur, inspirational speaker and artist whose path to success and fulfillment defies societal norms and expectations in nearly every way.Raised by a single mom on the South Side of Chicago, McCormick, since the age of 23 was one of the world’s leading technology business transformation sales executives, earning …
 
Do you feel like you’re always stressed, even when nothing’s going on? And what about sleep — do you often wake up feeling depleted, even if you’ve had 8 hours? What if the answer to both these issues could be found right in front of you… in your nose? Join me for this mind-blowing episode, where we explore the powerful connection between your nost…
 
Rick talks to AR, VR and Mixed Reality expert, Jason Yim, this week on “Tech of Sports.” Even if movie theaters reopen, many consumers will not go. Amusement parks may not see attendance rebound to pre-COVID levels for years. In-person events, such as Comic-Con and live sports, will have to be vastly different moving forward. Across all forms of en…
 
In today’s Modern Digital Enterprise, the digital transformation podcast from Anexinet, GM & Executive VP of Digital, Al Sporer speaks with Digital Transformation SVP, Steve Tranchida and Sr Enterprise Architect, David Lavin on the topic of trends in Modern Enterprise Architecture. The episode defines what makes up a modern enterprise architecture …
 
This week’s show kicks off with the Bluetooth SIG’s effort to bring Bluetooth-based contact tracing to individuals who might not have phones, and then segues into what’s behind the Z-Wave Alliance’s organizational shakeup. After that, we pause to remember the passing of Verizon’s IoT platform dreams and cover the end (or maybe just a momentary paus…
 
Dr. Leanne Whitney is an independent scholar and Transformational Coach who holds a Doctoral Degree in depth psychology and specializes in the intersection of Western psychology and Yoga. She is the author of Consciousness in Jung and Patañjali (2018) and has published in Cosmos and History, the International Journal of Jungian Studies and Psycholo…
 
Rick talks to Miami Rap Artist, Dyamond Doll, this week on “Tech of Sports”. Dyamond Doll is beating all odds and taking the Miami music scene by storm during lockdown. The Miami Cuban-African-American native has been writing, rapping and singing since the age of 14. Now at 27-years-old and under Dark Boys Records’ wing, she’s reached over a millio…
 
Kristen Howerton is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the mother of four children within four years via birth and adoption. She is the founder of the blog Rage Against the Minivan where, in the midst of writing about the raw emotions and experience of motherhood, she has become a fierce advocate for social justice. Kristen has created se…
 
Pre-pandemic, and in celebration of International Women’s Day, Qualcomm employees gathered on campus for an engaging conversation about women in tech. Hosted by Qualcomm Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Vicki Mealer-Burke, Qualcomm President Cristano Amon took the stage with friend Roanne Sones, Corporate Vice President, Operating System …
 
This week on the IoT podcast we begin by talking about what the widespread adoption of ultrawideband chips in phones could mean for the IoT. From there, it’s on to Google’s always-listening software update, humans coming back into the QA loop, and earthquake detection on Android phones (there’s another earthquake project too!). Kevin also asks how …
 
Are you tired of getting into pointless arguments with your partner? Tune in to discover the 7 surprisingly simple techniques that will instantly change the way you connect and relate to each other, and that you can use to upgrade ALL the relationships in your life. This practical and personal episode doesn’t just give you a vision of where your re…
 
College sports are going through an interesting time and it’s not only the NCAA DI programs. Don’t forget about the DII and DIII programs around the country. Rick is joined this week, by his friend, Yair Banuelos, the Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at DII, Auburn Montgomery. Banuelos came to the Auburn Montgomery Warhawks from Western New Mexi…
 
This week’s show kicks off with us talking about Johnson Controls buying the remaining stake it didn’t hold in security company Qolsys and parallels with Google’s big partnership and investment with ADT. From there Kevin and I share a bit about our own smart home experiences, starting with my Alexa-related temper tantrum. Kevin then shares … Contin…
 
Rick is joined by longtime tennis teaching professional and organizer, Rich Neher this week on “Tech of Sports.” Tennis Pros hurting during Covid-19 can develop a second income stream thanks to his new book, “Drop-In Tennis Secrets.” Neher talks the publication of his new tennis book “Drop-In Tennis Secrets,” which is now available as a … Continue …
 
Today’s interview is conducted by Isabella Clarke, Oxford Graduate and Shrink Rap Radio collaborator. She is speaking with UK psychotherapist James Barnes. James Barnes MSc. MA. is a psychotherapist and mental health advocate based in Exeter, UK, who has a background in philosophy and psychoanalysis. He is currently working on reimagining and re-co…
 
Earlier this month, we marked a big anniversary — 35 years of innovating wireless breakthroughs that are helping change the world. There’s so much to reflect on, and no one better to do it with than our own co-founder Dr. Irwin Jacobs.Irwin, who retired from Qualcomm in 2012, recently joined a virtual fireside chat hosted by SVP and Division Presid…
 
Rick revisits a book he reviewed last year, by talking to the author, Jill Sylvester. The book is Trust Your Intuition. Jill is a licensed mental health counselor, author of the Nautilus award winning book,”Trust Your Intuition: 100 Ways to Transform Anxiety and Depression for Stronger Mental Health,” and host of the “Trust Your Intuition … Continu…
 
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