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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.
 
Smart Tech Today explains the exciting, dynamic, and sometimes-confusing subject that is the Internet of Things. Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli guide you through smart switches, lights, thermostats, speakers, and other connected tech. Every week, learn how to make the most of your smart tech. New episodes every Monday at 2:00 pm Eastern / 11:00 am Pacific / 18:00 UTC
 
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.
 
At WHOOP, we are on a mission to unlock human performance. We measure the body 24/7 and provide detailed analytics to our members regarding strain, recovery, sleep, HRV and more. Our clients range from the best professional athletes in the world, to Navy SEALs, to fitness enthusiasts, to Fortune 500 CEOs and executives. The common thread among WHOOP members is a passion to improve. What does it take to optimize performance for athletes, for executives, for anyone? We've launched this podcast ...
 
Smart Tech Today explains the exciting, dynamic, and sometimes-confusing subject that is the Internet of Things. Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli guide you through smart switches, lights, thermostats, speakers, and other connected tech. Every week, learn how to make the most of your smart tech. New episodes every Monday at 2:00 pm Eastern / 11:00 am Pacific / 18:00 UTC
 
We are putting a shoulder into the fitness industry and pushing it forward into the modern digital age. Eric Malzone, co-founder of Fitness Marketing Alliance, interviews the brightest movers and shakers in the fitness industry. Topics will vary covering best business practices, marketing secrets, technological advances and much more. If you're a fitness professional, this is how you keep your edge sharp.
 
Cell Robotics, in conjunction with CellUnited.com, welcomes our resident informatic Jennifer Doe as she delivers the latest in drone, robotics, cognitive science and wearable technology news. Want your segment to be read on our show? Tweet @fmethods for more information. You'll enjoy "Today in Drone news..." if you like: technology, sci-fi, science, news, ambient, space, NASA, military, defense, action, adventure, science fiction, futurists, neo, nu-media, transmedia, Wired, electronics, gad ...
 
Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Through these startup stories episode podcasts we hope to inspire you and shape your thinking on various entrepreneurial topics such as choosing startup ideas and starting own business, market and product validation, startup growth and growth-hacking, funding and getting finances, venture capital, angel investors and pitching; but also wider topics such startup incubators and accelerators, startup events and startup communities around the world. We hope you will get inspired from the Inspire ...
 
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, ...
 
What’s new, what's hot, what's awesome, what's awful. Tech news from Forbes senior contributor John Koetsier, including interviews with tech leaders. Topics include AI, robotics, IoT, smart home, consumer electronics, and the massive moves that big tech companies like Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and others are making that impact our lives. Full transcripts are available at johnkoetsier.com, plus video on YouTube.
 
In this podcast we will be investigating materials science and engineering by exploring cutting edge materials technology, the history of different materials, the commercialization of new materials, and exciting advances in processing and characterization. We’ll be covering things like the unlikely discovery of superglue or teflon and we’ll also reveal the fascinating backstories about modern biomaterials like dialysis filters, we’ll update you on exciting new technologies including wearable ...
 
Some of the world's leading inventors and researchers share demos, breakthroughs and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
Each week Geoff will be serving the latest tech news, reviews and advice in simple terms. This is a central location away from the newspapers, magazines, websites, TV and radio appearances where Geoff can take the time to explain the latest in technology when it's convenient to you. Suitable for all ages and knowledge levels. All the information from each show will be available at GeoffQuattromani.com/blog
 
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 ...
 
The Wrap is Australia's fastest technology podcast - wrapping news, analysis and reviews in an earful that you can hear in just five minutes. Phones, laptops, TVs, headphones, cameras, computers... it's the week in tech in the time it takes for you to grab a bus or eat your toast in the morning.
 
The Sony Walkman started the personal electronics revolution with a cassette on your hip. Now we don’t dare leave our house without a smartphone and cars are our largest technology “wearable.” This show keeps you up to date on new tech that you need or may need to stay away from in the digital age.
 
Non-elite, woke and very much weekly, your good friends Nick and Jon talk fitness, running and tech. Expect: marathon training, nutrition and weight discussions (trigger warning for that, btw), and a lot of badly thought through equipment purchases. Proud home of Nick's Shit Bluetooth Headphone Review. Non-pick for Runner's World 50 podcasts to run to, 2019. Please read the show notes. Ask if you'd like a Sticker.
 
The mind machine is a podcast devoted to the latest research in applied neurosciences, physiological computing, neuroadaptive interfaces and human factors psychology. Each episode features a conversation with a different researcher about their work. Our discussions will focus on emerging technologies, such as: brain-computer interfaces, system automation, affective computing, wearable sensors and assistive technology. The conversations will cover technical aspects of the work as well as pote ...
 
Can I use blockchain technology? Will artificial intelligence take over my career? What exactly is "Machine Learning"? These are some of the questions „SHIFT – Living in the Digital Age“ tries to answer. The program focuses on a single topic – in depth and in detail. We talk to experts, present the key facts and explain complicated subjects in a simple manner. SHIFT – substantial, never superficial.
 
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Apple’s iOS 14 is probably the most privacy-safe mobile operating system on the planet. But a major part of the planned functionality was delayed until 2021. At the time, Apple said the reason was that mobile developers weren’t ready yet. As it turns out, that might not be true. And Apple has now admitted that its own advertising attribution softwa…
 
Apple has extended Apple TV+ for free for three more months for customers who bought an Apple product and received their first year free. The good thing is: now there’s actually content worth watching on the service. “We’re giving you extra time to discover the latest Apple Originals and catch up on shows returning for a second season,” my email fr…
 
This week the U.S. government filed suit against Google. Smart move, or just politics? And, which member of big tech -- Amazon, Facebook, Apple -- is next? Google is a behemoth. It owns search in English and many other languages and, with Facebook, dominates digital advertising. But is it a monopoly? And should the government have filed antitrust c…
 
Today’s smartphones boast powerful cameras that fit right in our pockets. This means you don’t need an expensive DSLR or photography expertise to capture life’s beautiful moments. From photos to video, it’s empowering.“What I absolutely love about how far the technology has come right now is it enables anybody to become a content creator, right? Be…
 
This week we start and end with dying devices. First up, we talk about Google discontinuing its Nest Secure alarm system and sensors (it will still support existing systems in the field). We then talk about Nanoleaf’s new products including lights that support Thread. This week is full of smart speakers as we discuss the new Acer Halo and I offer m…
 
Raising $1.75 billion wasn’t enough to make Quibi a success. Nor was a massive spend on advertising. The short-form video startup had a short six-month lifespan during which it spent at least $63 million on TV, web, and print ads, according to ad intelligence firm MediaRadar. While that’s a significant amount of money on marketing, it’s only good f…
 
This week we discuss the latest security camera from Arlo, review the latest vacuum from Ecovacs and review the Pixel 4a with 5G and Pixel 5. We also take listener questions around webcam advice and a guide to buying a laptop. Don't forget to leave a review and feel free to contact me directly at any time. You can follow Geoff Quattromani on Twitte…
 
58% of global e-commerce is concentrated in just six companies. And just four Chinese companies account for almost half of global digital sales. Global e-commerce reached $3.4 trillion last year, according to a new report from Activate Consulting. Thousands of brands and retailers divvy up just 37% share of that, while six giants who are mostly Chi…
 
Apple may hold another event next month, Product RED Solo Bands now available, overheating issues with some Apple Watch SE models and a beautiful Hermes display in the Apple Park store. Plus reviews of the Solo loop band and the clock and stopwatch apps. Apple Solo Loop band Apple Park Store Hermes Display Watch OS 7.0.3 for Series 3 iPhone 12 unbo…
 
Rick is joined by Tony Horton this week on “Tech of Sports.” Fitness Icon and Expert Personal Trainer to Tom Petty, Billy Idol, Bruce Springsteen and Stevie Nicks, Tony Horton, believes that real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle. Exercise, whole foods, and the right mindset is the formula that leads to a vibrant…
 
Shane is the founder of Dark Horse Rowing, the leading educator of indoor rowing education and career training for fitness professionals and athletes. Shane has a BA in Business Administration, a certified CrossFit Kettlebell Certificate, a CrossFit rowing certificate and is CrossFit Level 1 Certified, Concept 2 Master instructor, and a certified A…
 
Chef Dan Churchill joins the WHOOP Podcast to break down everything you need to know about nutrition. Dan is an expert on physiology, fitness, and the science of nutrition and sits down with Will Ahmed to explain why eating late can negatively impact your sleep and how mindset can completely alter digestion and prevent you from reaching your weight…
 
Cinnamon is a new video platform with a couple of unique features. First, you get paid for videos you upload. Second, it happens without ads. And third, it plans to bridge the gap between creators and viewers with a technology called Shorts that makes creators out of consumers. To get the scoop, we’re chatting with the CEO, Róbert Tarabčák.…
 
Apple is removing a browser app from the App Store that allows people to play Stadia, Google’s streaming game service, according to the developer. “My app is being removed from the App Store,” Zachary Knox tweeted today about his Stadium Full Screen Browser app. “I was ‘extending WebKit’ by hooking it into the native GameController framework and th…
 
Matthew and Mikah discuss all the interesting new tech coming to the HomePod Mini; they discuss CarPlay, Android Auto, and Echo Auto; and they strap on their VR helmets. HomePod Mini Supports the New Thread Protocol That Could Transform the Smart Home | Gizmodo: https://bit.ly/2TaO2FY The HomePod mini could be Apple's secret weapon for expanding Ho…
 
Matthew and Mikah discuss all the interesting new tech coming to the HomePod Mini; they discuss CarPlay, Android Auto, and Echo Auto; and they strap on their VR helmets. HomePod Mini Supports the New Thread Protocol That Could Transform the Smart Home | Gizmodo: https://bit.ly/2TaO2FY The HomePod mini could be Apple's secret weapon for expanding Ho…
 
In this episode, I am talking to Natasha Dzurny from TechnoChic. TechnoChic Tech-Craft Kits provide resources, inspiration and supplies for crafters to explore technology and techies to explore craft. Natasha is the founder of TechnoChic and she is using her passion for arts and crafts and DIY tech to transform the way the world understands and cre…
 
Katherine Rowe is data-driven sports strategist conducting research and strategic consulting for a range of sports properties and brands. The topic of today's discussion is centred on a research project she conducted with Professor Kirk Goldsberry (an ESPN NBA analyst and noted leader in the world of sports analytics) on understanding the makeup of…
 
When you hear of massive wildfires you probably think of the usual suspects: lighting, a campfire carelessly left unattended, making a cigarette butt thrown from a vehicle. What you probably don't think of is materials fatigue of a steel hook. This micro episode centers on the story of the Camp Fire in Butte County, California that took 85 lives, d…
 
For a company which started counting your steps, they're now a brand looking after your entire wellbeing. From workout videos, measuring stress, smartphone notifications and a week of battery life. Fitbit is the first name that comes to most minds when they think about wearables and fitness trackers and we're delighted to have them on the show. Sha…
 
Can the Dyson Pure Hot + Cool clean your air from smoke and soot? That’s what I have been testing for parts of the past few months during the western fires that hit California, Oregon, and Washington State. They’ve been banished from the news cycle thanks to the impending election, but the fires this summer were devastating, horrific, and massive. …
 
This week, Apple held its last event of 2020, announcing the iPhone series 12. But is this version worth upgrading to? We take a deeper look at the iconic smartphone and its most promising features. Ted Kritsonis joins us later in the show to discuss another iconic smartphone, the new Google Pixel. Will this smartphone measure up for Android lovers…
 
Should social media censor free speech? Something fairly unprecedented happened this past week: Facebook and Twitter both blocked a NY Post story. Now … whatever you think about that story (and I think it’s pretty flimsy) blocking it almost immediately is pretty shocking. How should social media deal with controversial subjects … or false informati…
 
Do we now have near real-time gene sequencing? And if so … what does that unlock? In this edition of TechFirst with John Koetsier we chat with Dr Roel Wuyts, principal scientist at IMEC and a professor at KU Leuven about gene sequencing, which used to take a lot of time. Remember the Human Genome project? It started October 1, 1990 and completed in…
 
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…
 
Hear more on this week's solo episode of the Spirit of 608 podcast. Ask Spirit of 608 a question <3 <3 <3 Oh hey there! Please help the podcast out and leave us a rating and review on iTunes. This stuff is key to the show's success, and I appreciate you helping me play the game. <3 <3 <3 HOW TO LISTEN: Listen online: Just press play above or subscr…
 
You might think the iPhone 12 starts at one dollar under $800. You might even have a distinct memory of seeing a price that looked suspiciously like $799 during the Apple special event yesterday. And you’d be right on one of those two beliefs. (The latter.) This story is live on Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnkoetsier/2020/10/14/no-the-ip…
 
No surprises in this show. Here is a roundup of everything Apple announced, including my thoughts and opinions on how it compares to the competition. We discuss the iPhone 12 range, the impacts to other iPhones and the new HomePod, is smaller going to make it better? We also take two Boost Helpdesk questions around TV streaming and front door monit…
 
Jonathan Goodman is the founder of the Personal Trainer Development Center and author of multiple bestselling books for personal trainers. In addition, Jon founded the first-ever certification for online fitness trainers, the Online Trainer Academy. When Jon started Online Trainers Academy, how did he know we were going to have a pandemic in 2020 t…
 
Chris Herren was a high school and college basketball star who eventually made his way to the NBA, but also saw his career and life derailed by drug and alcohol abuse. Now 12 years sober, Chris is one of the leading addiction prevention and recovery advocates in the country and uses WHOOP at his treatment centers to help people find their path to r…
 
We watched almost 7.5 billion hours of live streaming content in the last three months, up 92% from last year. Amazingly, just one company owns a massive 91.1% share of all the hours streamed: the Amazon-owned Twitch. So Twitch is definitely the 900-pound gorilla of the live-streaming category. Or it is it? This story is published on Forbes here: h…
 
This week we talk about the Razer Gaming event, Fall Guys Season 2, Playstation 5 backwards compatibility news, Google Assistant getting custom shortcuts, Google G-Suite getting upgraded to Workspaces, new Fossil Watches, and much more! The Curious Tech podcast featuring Hobie Henning and Devynn Rizo. We chat about technology, robots, 3D printers, …
 
Matthew and Mikah talk about a bunch of new updates coming to the Google Assistant, IFTTT's new Pro subscription offering, and the two take on your smart tech questions. On this episode of Smart Tech Today with Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli: Android's new Sound Notifications will alert you to 'critical sounds' around you | CNET: https://cnet…
 
Matthew and Mikah talk about a bunch of new updates coming to the Google Assistant, IFTTT's new Pro subscription offering, and the two take on your smart tech questions. On this episode of Smart Tech Today with Mikah Sargent and Matthew Cassinelli: Android's new Sound Notifications will alert you to 'critical sounds' around you | CNET: https://cnet…
 
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 …
 
I am talking to Debra Ansell - she’s the creator of the blog Geek Mom Projects and the founder of Bright Wearables - they sell hackable and customizable accessories for kids. Debra is a technophile mom of three boys and always looking for new projects to tackle. I love what she wrote in the about me section of her blog: \“I decided to start bloggin…
 
Travis McDonough is the founder and CEO of Kinduct, an Athlete Management System (AMS) which collects data from external sources and automates certain reporting and alerts regarding human body performance and well-being. Kinduct is used by over 550 teams, leagues, athletic associations, performance centers, military and healthcare organizations aro…
 
This week we sit down with the HMD Global Country Manager ANZ, James Robinson. Resurrecting a brand we all trusted and loved was no mean feat and bringing Android into that mix was their best move yet. James gave us some good insight into the evolution of the brand and how they now continue to support their customers. Don't forget to leave a review…
 
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