Best codemobile podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Recode Replay
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Enjoy sessions from past events like Code/Media and the renowned Code Conference, along with other interviews hosted by Re/code journalists. Featured episodes include candid conversations with comedian Chelsea Handler, entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
 
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Continuing the Learn To Code series, today’s episode is all about mobile apps. The Apps: Mimo Javvy & Swifty - no website but search your app store Lrn SoloLearn Hopscotch ...and many more out there! The Learn To Code Series: Ep 5: Learn To Code Overview Ep 6: Free Online Resources Ep 7: Paid Online Resources Ep 9: Join A Group Have you tried a ...…
 
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BerryFlow Upstream
 
Following Code/Mobile conference, new Priv by BlackBerry leaks and a tempest of sentiment from the BlackBerry community at large – we’ll be discussing the strategic outlook for the company and its prized assets QNX, BBM and acquisitions across the last 20 months.Blog: https://berryflow.com/2015/10/berryflow-upstream-69-bide/Aired October 11, 20 ...…
 
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BerryFlow Upstream
 
Following Code/Mobile conference, new Priv by BlackBerry leaks and a tempest of sentiment from the BlackBerry community at large – we’ll be discussing the strategic outlook for the company and its prized assets QNX, BBM and acquisitions across the last 20 months.Blog: https://berryflow.com/2015/10/berryflow-upstream-69-bide/Aired October 11, 20 ...…
 
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BerryFlow Upstream
 
Venice sightings, Code/Mobile on the schedule and new BBM beta updates along with CTIA Super Mobility awards, BlackBerry’s had a pretty good week.Blog: http://berryflow.com/2015/09/berryflow-upstream-65-tiff/Aired September 13, 2015 - Join BerryFlow on social media - YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BBRYFLOW Twitter: https://twitter.com/bbr ...…
 
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BerryFlow Upstream
 
Venice sightings, Code/Mobile on the schedule and new BBM beta updates along with CTIA Super Mobility awards, BlackBerry’s had a pretty good week.Blog: http://berryflow.com/2015/09/berryflow-upstream-65-tiff/Aired September 13, 2015 - Join BerryFlow on social media - YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/BBRYFLOW Twitter: https://twitter.com/bbr ...…
 
Rene Ritchie returns to the show for a look back at the Apple year that was: the new one-port MacBook, Apple Watch's launch, WWDC and Apple Music, the iPhones 6S, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Apple TV, iPad Mini 4, iOS 9, Mac OS X 10.11, and, of course, the most important new product of the year, the Smart Battery Case. This episode contains absolut ...…
 
Rene Ritchie returns to the show for a look back at the Apple year that was: the new one-port MacBook, Apple Watch's launch, WWDC and Apple Music, the iPhones 6S, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Apple TV, iPad Mini 4, iOS 9, Mac OS X 10.11, and, of course, the most important new product of the year, the Smart Battery Case. This episode contains absolut ...…
 
Ericsson is maybe the largest communications technology company on the planet. This week, CEO Hans Vestberg tells Kara Swisher about the view from the top, and why he's excited about connectivity in the developing world and in cars. Later on, The Verge's Lauren Goode talks about our Code/Mobile conference and wearables, and Mark Bergen discusse ...…
 
Ericsson is maybe the largest communications technology company on the planet. This week, CEO Hans Vestberg tells Kara Swisher about the view from the top, and why he's excited about connectivity in the developing world and in cars. Later on, The Verge's Lauren Goode talks about our Code/Mobile conference and wearables, and Mark Bergen discusse ...…
 
Jawbone has been making wearables longer than almost anyone else. Onstage at Code/Mobile, CEO Hosain Rahman explains what he's learned in that time and why he thinks wearables haven't had their "iPhone moment" yet. Interview by Kara Swisher.
 
Next year, the FCC aims to raise billions of dollars through its wireless spectrum auction, which is at the center of the current fight among cell carriers. At Code/Mobile, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel talks with Ina Fried about the auction and more.
 
Jawbone has been making wearables longer than almost anyone else. Onstage at Code/Mobile, CEO Hosain Rahman explains what he's learned in that time and why he thinks wearables haven't had their "iPhone moment" yet. Interview by Kara Swisher.
 
Next year, the FCC aims to raise billions of dollars through its wireless spectrum auction, which is at the center of the current fight among cell carriers. At Code/Mobile, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel talks with Ina Fried about the auction and more.
 
Ericsson isn't in the handset business anymore, and the company is now hard at work on the technology that will link all your Internet-connected devices. Onstage at Code/Mobile, CEO Hans Vestberg talks about 5G and the "Internet of Things." Interview by Ina Fried.
 
Facebook spun out its own Messenger app, bought WhatsApp and is working on a lot of nifty integrations for them. At Code/Mobile, Facebook messaging chief David Marcus talks about acquisitions, WeChat, AI and more. Interview by Kara Swisher and Kurt Wagner.
 
"Father" of Android Andy Rubin thinks the next wave of computing will be "some form of AI," that eventually all of our data will be turned into grist for the cloud computing data mills. He's looking forward to it and explains what his startup incubator is doing to prep for it. Interview by Walt Mossberg.…
 
The arc of technology is long and bends toward connectedness. So says AT&T Mobility CEO Glenn Lurie onstage at Code/Mobile, talking smartphones, the FCC, cars and more. Interview by Ina Fried.
 
Ericsson isn't in the handset business anymore, and the company is now hard at work on the technology that will link all your Internet-connected devices. Onstage at Code/Mobile, CEO Hans Vestberg talks about 5G and the "Internet of Things." Interview by Ina Fried.
 
Facebook spun out its own Messenger app, bought WhatsApp and is working on a lot of nifty integrations for them. At Code/Mobile, Facebook messaging chief David Marcus talks about acquisitions, WeChat, AI and more. Interview by Kara Swisher and Kurt Wagner.
 
"Father" of Android Andy Rubin thinks the next wave of computing will be "some form of AI," that eventually all of our data will be turned into grist for the cloud computing data mills. He's looking forward to it and explains what his startup incubator is doing to prep for it. Interview by Walt Mossberg.…
 
The arc of technology is long and bends toward connectedness. So says AT&T Mobility CEO Glenn Lurie onstage at Code/Mobile, talking smartphones, the FCC, cars and more. Interview by Ina Fried.
 
BMW adviser Mark Platshon thinks that autonomous driving isn't a tech dalliance; there's a moral imperative because of the lives it saves. He talks about it with Ina Fried and Nauto founder Stefan Heck at Code/Mobile.
 
The banks don't think they'll unseat PayPal anytime soon, and Paypal feels the same way about the banks. Chase's Gavin Michael and PayPal's Bill Ready explain why in conversation with Jason Del Rey at Code/Mobile.
 
Tech companies like Apple and Google hog most of the attention when it comes to self-driving cars, but that doesn't mean auto makers are rolling over. Nissan's Maarten Sierhuis and Qualcomm's Chris Borroni-Bird explain what the car companies are up to.
 
BMW adviser Mark Platshon thinks that autonomous driving isn't a tech dalliance; there's a moral imperative because of the lives it saves. He talks about it with Ina Fried and Nauto founder Stefan Heck at Code/Mobile.
 
The banks don't think they'll unseat PayPal anytime soon, and Paypal feels the same way about the banks. Chase's Gavin Michael and PayPal's Bill Ready explain why in conversation with Jason Del Rey at Code/Mobile.
 
Tech companies like Apple and Google hog most of the attention when it comes to self-driving cars, but that doesn't mean auto makers are rolling over. Nissan's Maarten Sierhuis and Qualcomm's Chris Borroni-Bird explain what the car companies are up to.
 
Fitbit CEO James Park says that the fitness trackers won't end up in your junk drawer. He tells Lauren Goode and Ina Fried positive peer pressure keeps people attached to them, and so far, Wall Street seems to be buying it.
 
At Code/Mobile, BlackBerry CEO John Chen tells Ina Fried that if the company doesn't sell enough phones in the next year, it might get out of the handset business altogether. He has something else in mind, anyway.
 
Talking with Kara Swisher onstage at Code/Mobile, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong makes the case for why his company and its recent acquirer, Verizon, are a natural fit. He also dives deep into AOL's biggest assets, and how one manages editorial properties from the business side.
 
Fitbit CEO James Park says that the fitness trackers won't end up in your junk drawer. He tells Lauren Goode and Ina Fried positive peer pressure keeps people attached to them, and so far, Wall Street seems to be buying it.
 
At Code/Mobile, BlackBerry CEO John Chen tells Ina Fried that if the company doesn't sell enough phones in the next year, it might get out of the handset business altogether. He has something else in mind, anyway.
 
Talking with Kara Swisher onstage at Code/Mobile, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong makes the case for why his company and its recent acquirer, Verizon, are a natural fit. He also dives deep into AOL's biggest assets, and how one manages editorial properties from the business side.
 
Amit Singhal runs all of Google search, which includes everything from AI to the company's original profit engine. Onstage with Kara Swisher at Code/Mobile, Singhal talks about how Google is transforming its search business.
 
Amit Singhal runs all of Google search, which includes everything from AI to the company's original profit engine. Onstage with Kara Swisher at Code/Mobile, Singhal talks about how Google is transforming its search business.
 
Though the connected car is one of the hottest topics in the transportation sector this year, the concept of the connected car is anything but new: Systems like GM’s OnStar, BMW Assist and Lexus Link launched well over a decade ago, wirelessly linking millions of cars via GPS and the cellular networks that were just beginning to reach global pe ...…
 
What's the endgame of Apple Pay? How popular is it? How can Apple convince retailers to accept it? Apple Pay boss Jennifer Bailey addresses these key questions (and more!) in an interview onstage at the Code/Mobile conference. Interview by Ina Fried.
 
What's the endgame of Apple Pay? How popular is it? How can Apple convince retailers to accept it? Apple Pay boss Jennifer Bailey addresses these key questions (and more!) in an interview onstage at the Code/Mobile conference. Interview by Ina Fried.
 
Twitter finally has its CEO, and it's rolling out new products. But what comes next? What is Twitter doing to grow its audience? At Code/Mobile, Twitter product guru Kevin Weil tells Kara Swisher how the company is positioning itself for the future.
 
Twitter finally has its CEO, and it's rolling out new products. But what comes next? What is Twitter doing to grow its audience? At Code/Mobile, Twitter product guru Kevin Weil tells Kara Swisher how the company is positioning itself for the future.
 
Sales Kick Off for iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Google Begins Android Pay Rollout Discover Support Hitting Apple Pay on Wednesday 16 September Apple Pay Exec Jennifer Bailey to Speak at Code/Mobile Activision Announces Three Games (and Hardware) for Apple TV Plex Plans App for Apple TV Apple Shuttering HopStop in Wake of iOS 9 Currys PC World t ...…
 
Do some elements of your brand-building plan belong in a museum? Probably not. But just think: marketers who are still relying heavily on conventional direct mail are following a strategy that showed up before the Civil War. Product coupons? First seen in 1886. TV spots? Prompting us to change channels for 74 years now. Even BOGO offers have be ...…
 
Kara Swisher interviews Kim Kardashian at Code/Mobile 2014 to find out how she has used technology to aid in her celebrity and success and what it means to overshare in the social media space. Listen as Kim talks about how she uses tech to bypass traditional media and engage directly with her fans.
 
KGI Analyst Does Not Expect Bigger iPad Next Quarter Beats Announces Solo2 Wireless Headphones Walmart Announces Deals on Apple and Beats Gear for Black Friday Proximity: A Beacon Move from Samsung Citibank Exec Gushes About Apple and Apple Pay for Bloomberg TV Re/code Posts Video of Joswiak Interview at Code/Mobile BACtrackers Can Talk to Heal ...…
 
This week, we're talking about YouTube and how pretty soon you might be able to pay for privilege of skipping those ads, getting started as a professional voice actor, and what Vox Talk listeners... VOX Talk is your connection to the voice industry covering news about voice-overs and voice actors, hot tips on how to grow your voice-over busines ...…
 
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The Drill Down
 
This week, some retailers ban Apple Pay in favor of an upcoming service that’s already been hacked, YouTube to offer ad-free subscriptions?, AT&T misled millions and the feds are taking them to court, Fitbit joins the smartwatch race, Marvel plans out its next five years of superhero movies, and much more.…
 
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Ecommerce Conversations, by Practical Ecommerce
 
Ecommerce merchants strive for repeat business from existing customers. Our guest today owns a company that has produced a mobile app to encourage repeat orders. He is Dr. Alex Heiphetz. The mobile app is QRwave. He speaks with Practical Ecommerce’s Kerry Murdock.
 
Episode 671 - Judge Knows Code, Mobile Malware, No paycheck for Flashback, and Faceboom PM Malware.By Rick Hayes with Karthik Rangarajan.
 
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