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The Big Technology Podcast takes you behind the scenes in the tech world featuring interviews with plugged-in insiders and outside agitators. Alex Kantrowitz, a Silicon Valley journalist who's interviewed the world's top tech CEOs — from Mark Zuckerberg to Larry Ellison — is the host.
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Apple Bitz XL is everything good and bad inside the world of Apple from tech host Brian Tong. He brings on special guests and gives his raw honest take while having fun after covering and working for Apple for over 20 years. Support the show! www.patreon.com/briantong
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Let's talk about Prenatal, Pregnancy and Postpartum health! This podcast is all about authentic conversations centred on Perinatal health and wellbeing; from mood and anxiety disorders, to breastfeeding challenges, to grief and loss in the Perinatal period and literally everything in between! This is the place to have real and honest conversations about these experiences so we can break down barriers to accessing treatment and crush stigma! I open these conversations up by sharing my knowled ...
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Mark Gurman is Chief Correspondent at Bloomberg. He stops by Big Technology Poddcast for a brief recap of the week's Apple news, including its no-money deal with OpenAI. Ranjan Roy from Margins is also back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover: 1) Alex's Visit to NVIDIA 2) The Gurman interview - which covers a) Apple + OpenAI…
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Reed Albergotti is the tech editor at Semafor. He joins Big Technology Podcast to break down the week's news. We cover: 1) NVIDIA temporarily becoming the most valuable publicly traded company 2) Is NVIDIA a bubble? 3) What might disrupt NVIDIA? 4) Ilya Sustkever founds Safe Superintelligence Inc. 5) Who's funding Ilya? 6) Will SSI amount to anythi…
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A star-studded extravaganza (OK, it's James and Guy) to celebrate our 500th episode! Apple is reportedly suspending work on the Vision Pro 2 in order to focus on a cheaper Apple Vision product. Apple has discontinued its buy now, pay later option. Moltz recommends the board game Heat. If you want to help out the show and get some great bonus conten…
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Peter Diamandis is the founder and executive chairman of the XPRIZE Foundation, a New York Times bestselling author, and host of the Moonshot Podcast. He joins Big Technology Podcast for a fun, wide-ranging conversation touching on his belief around AI, his friendship with Elon Musk, Abundance and happiness, and how we can live longer, including an…
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It's a special WWDC24 Apple Bitz XL Podcast from Apple's Podcast Studio at Apple Park! Tech Youtuber Techmeout, Cherlynn Low from Engadget, and Lance Ulanoff from TechRadar join the pod for their reactions and impressions of the new Apple Intelligence platform, and what it means for the future of AppIe. Plus, our favorite features announced at WWDC…
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We discuss Dan's WWDC misadventures and then spend a little time on the announcements. Go to Lowe's to try out a Vision Pro. iOS 18 screen enhancements are kind of just catching up to Android. Craig Federighi and John Giannandrea chat with iJustine. We don’t really need Elon Musk’s opinion on WWDC announcements. If you want to help out the show and…
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M.G. Siegler of Spyglass is back to recap Apple's big AI-themed WWDC event and look ahead to AI's broader potential moving forward. Tune for an in-depth analysis of Apple's new AI features, and what they say about the strengths and limitations of the current AI models. We cover whether the new features will lead to an iPhone upgrade cycle, the stoc…
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Alex Kantrowitz joins on site from WWDC, where Apple just made its big AI announcement. Tune in for a quick recap of the event's news and the implications. We cover Apple Intelligence, Genmoji, Writing Tools, & more. And what it meens: 1) Apple needing to go bold 2) Opening the device up to take advantage of the next 18 months of AI development 3) …
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Visit Indeed.com/applebitz to start hiring now.It's the latest reports and rumors for everything we expect to see at WWDC24. And there's a whole lot more we don't know about. Artificial Intelligence will be everywhere and we'll see how Apple's partnership with OpenAI levels up iOS18.You can help support this show and my independent work at www.patr…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) Apple's WWDC AI preview 2) Apple's willingness to change its operating system with AI 3) Were Humane and Rabbit on the right track with bad execution? 4) Will the market react well to WWDC? 5) Apple is going to put cameras in AirPods? + Alex's experience …
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James Thomson joins Dan and John to give predictions for WWDC. Mark Gurman says there will be no new hardware at WWDC next week. Wondering where Lex is? Well... whatever this is. Windows Recall is just great. Consumer Reports suggests maybe avoiding the Rivian R1S. Our thanks to Indochino, where you'll find the best made to measure shirts and suits…
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Ben Smith and Nayeema Raza host Mixed Signals, a new media podcast from Semafor. And Joe Marchese is the general & build partner at Human Ventures. The three join Big Technology Podcast for a VC + Journalist conversation on whether the news industry can survive its dealings with generative AI tech providers, like OpenAI, after several publications …
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Walt Mossberg is a legendary tech journalist and longtime columnist for the Wall Street Journal. This is a preview of our premium Big Tech War Stories Podcast where Mossberg joins to discuss how he formed connections with industry titans like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Jeff Bezos, and what drove their thinking and strategies. In this preview we co…
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It's an interview with the team-up of Marvel Studios and ILM Immersive who talked about how they made 'What If?...An Immersive Story on Apple Vision Pro. How long have they been working on it, how did the project come together and what technical aspects of Apple Vision Pro made this unique experience possible from the popular Marvel Studios Animate…
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Brian McCullough, host the Techmeme Ride Home podcast, joins us our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) OpenAI teasing GPT-5 2) Or wait, was it GPT-6? 3) Satya Nadella speaks with Sam Altman about OpenAI's Apple partnership 4) How long will OpenAI and Microsoft be best buds? 5) Does OpenAI benefit by diversifying partnerships? 6)…
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We cover all the Apple News (upper case) and talk about slim iPhones. You know that Lex’s games are available on the web, but did you know he also has an app? Apple News is actually making publications some money. Rumors have Apple shipping a thinner iPhone next year. Our thanks to Zocdoc, a free app that shows you doctors who are patient-reviewed,…
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Louise Matsakis is a technology reporter and writes You May Also Like on Beehiiv. Matsakis joins Big Technology Podcast to discuss her recent story for Big Technology about how Shein and Temu snuck up on Amazon and what these two Chinese ecommerce companies have done to carve out a growing slice of the online retail market. In this story, we talk a…
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Visit Indeed.com/applebitz to start hiring now.It's my iPad Pro review with your thoughts and questions. Who does it make sense for? Plus, Apple's really doing a foldable MacBook, but do you really want it? The iPad Pro still doesn't run anything like macOS, so what would they put on this iPad Pro 'Pro'? And they better not call it that. Plus, Marv…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) Google's AI Overviews tell us to eat rocks 2) Is this a signal the web really is done? 3) Google's history of messy AI launches 4) OpenAI's super-alignment team in chaos 5) Is there immediate AI safety risk or did the team leave because there isn't? 6) Op…
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Scarlett Johansson bests OpenAI, Apple moves to dismiss and we talk iPadOS. OpenAI tried to co-opt Scarlett Johansson. It didn’t go well. Apple moves to dismiss the Justice Department’s suit against it. Apple has patched but not explained the photo bug in iOS 17. A girl who lost her voice has had it recreated by AI. iPadOS can be maddening sometime…
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Aaron Levie is the CEO of Box. Levie joins Big Technology Podcast to discuss the implications of AI getting cheaper and faster after OpenAI cut GPT-4o's prices by half and made it twice as fast. We also cover AI's impact of AI on jobs, the evolving AI safety debate, and how companies like Box are harnessing these powerful technologies. It was our f…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) OpenAI's GPT-4o announcement 2) Is voice + video the right user interface? 3) Do we need smartglasses for this technology? 4) Was ChatGPT-4o too flirty? (yes) 5) OpenAI's potential iOS partnership with Apple 6) Siri improvements are coming 7) What AI + ip…
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AI is bad, except when it's good. We discuss our reactions to the OpenAI and Google I/O events. The new iPads are good. As thin as two cheese slices! Federico Viticci has thoughts on what is holding the iPad back. John Ternus is the leading candidate for Apple's next CEO. If you want to help out the show and get some great bonus content, consider b…
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Dwarkesh Patel is the host of the Dwarkesh Podcast, where he's interviewed Mark Zuckerberg, Ilya Sustkever, Dario Amodei, and more AI leaders. Patel joins Big Technology to discuss the current state and future trajectory of AI development, including the potential for artificial general intelligence (AGI) and superintelligence. Tune in to hear Patel…
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It's my hands-on reactions to the new iPad Pro, iPad Air, Apple Pencil Pro and Magic Keyboard from Apple's Event in New York City. Who are these for? And when is a thin iPad too thin?You can help support this show and my independent work at www.patreon.com/briantong THANK YOU!Call into the show by recording a Voice Memo and sending it to applebitzs…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) Apple's bad iPad ad 2) Is the backlash largely due to the creative, of people's feelings about Apple as a company 3) Asking Claude about the reaction to the ad 4) Apple's big moment at WWDC 5) Apple building server-side AI compute 6) Better Siri 7) OpenAI…
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Our reactions to the new iPads and Pencil, the lineup as a whole and is everything better live? It happened. There are new iPads. And the Pros do have an M4 processor. Our thanks to Indochino, where you'll find the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great price. Use the promo code "REBOUND" and get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more. If y…
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Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Elizabeth Spiers are the hosts of the Slate Money podcast. They join Big Technology to discuss the economics and societal implications of artificial intelligence and robotics. Tune in to hear their nuanced take on the costs, challenges, and potential paths forward for companies like OpenAI and Tesla as they pursue ambi…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) Ranjan's visit to India and his use of Perplexity to gain cultural understanding and context 2) AI news' reliability 3) How social media drives the college protest 4) The need to elevate the reasonable voice 5) Elon Musk email Alex with details about X's …
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We're not buying the M4 iPad rumors. We also may not be buying new iPads. Some people are being forced to reset their iCloud passwords. Next week's iPad event will be "a different kind of event", whatever that means. Will the new iPads have M4 processors? The EU says "Eh, might as well do iPads, too." Assassins Creed is launching on iOS. Red Sweate…
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Alan Cowen is the CEO and founder Hume AI. Cowen joins Big Technology Podcast to discuss how his company is building emotional intelligence into AI systems. In this conversation, we examine why AI needs to learn how to read emotion, not just the literal text, and examine at how Hume does that with voice and facial expressions. In the first half, we…
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Visit Indeed.com/applebitz to start hiring now.It's what we expect at Apple's iPad Event on May 7th. Plus, Apple's looking for an AI partner. Will it be Google or OpenAI? And why this is the most crucial WWDC for Apple in years.You can help support this show and my independent work at www.patreon.com/briantong THANK YOU!Call into the show by record…
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Deirdre Bosa is the anchor of CNBC's TechCheck. She joins the show for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) Whether LLMs are running out of resources 2) The costly business of AI 3) Meta's stock drop after Zuck talks costs 4) Meta's roller coaster 5) Microsoft's AI results 6) The virtues of Claude 7) Google's impressive earnin…
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Apple announces an iPad event and is this the end of PCalc?! We'll ask PCalc developer James Thomson. But, no. Pencil in an Apple event for May 7th. Apple has cut made-up Vision Pro shipment numbers. The FTC has outlawed non-compete agreements. Apple is rumored to be finally shipping an iPad calculator app. Our thanks to Zocdoc, a free app that sho…
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M.G. Siegler is a venture partner at GV, formerly google ventures, and the author of Spyglass. He joins Big Technology Podcast to discuss what Apple may have cooking for its AI-themed WWDC event in June. We discuss what Apple may do on the consumer front, including how much of iOS it's willing to change in service of AI features. And then we dig in…
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Visit Indeed.com/applebitz to start hiring nowThe App Store opens up to Game Emulators. You can now play Nintendo games on your iPhone and it's awesome. Plus, the latest iPad Air rumors, The future of the M4 chip for Macs, and more!You can help support this show and my independent work at www.patreon.com/briantong THANK YOU!Call into the show by re…
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Alex Heath from The Verge is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) Taylor Swift's new album 2) Meta's new Llama 3 release 3) Does conversational AI work in a social media products? 4) Will the value of generative AI be realized in foundational models or products? 5) Zuck's new icon status 6) Bearded Zuck 7) The risks o…
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Everyone loves the new AI pins, Dan has fun with setting up a new iCloud account and Lex is mad at Xcode. The Humane pin is not getting good reviews. Jason wonders if anyone but a tech giant can make the next big thing. Limitless is another AI pin we have questions about. Lex bought a CarPlay head unit. If you want to help out the show and get some…
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Kara Swisher is the author of Burn Book and host of the Pivot and On With Kara Swisher. Swisher joins Big Technology to discuss the latest tech news and share her opinion of the nature of tech leaders. We discuss Marc Andreessen, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai, Tim Cook, Andy Jassy, Satya Nadella, Sam Altman, and Mark Cuban. Then we exam…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news. We cover 1) The Solar Eclipse! 2) AI Music generation software Suno 3) Google flipping of its AI narrative 4) Ranjan's reflections from Google Cloud Next 5) Is Google's AI enterprise bet the right strategy 6) Microsoft hedging its OpenAI bet 7) Implications of Mustaf…
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Robots, WWDC invites and breaking up your iCloud family is hard to do. Is Apple working on a robot? Is Jony Ive getting a billion dollars? Automattic definitely bought Beeper. This Raspberry Pi NAS looks very cool. Here's a video of it being deployed. Our thanks to Indochino, where you'll find the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great pr…
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Jack Clark is the co-founder of Anthropic and author of Import AI. He joins Big Technology Podcast for a mega episode on Anthropic and the future of AI. We cover: 1) What Anthropic and other LLM providers are building towards 2) What AI agents will look like 3) What type of traning is neccesary to get to the next level 4) What AI 'general intellige…
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Visit Indeed.com/applebitz to start hiring now.Apple Vision Pro levels up with the new Spatial Persona feature. The latest iPad Pro details and potential release date. Plus, is Apple working on their own Robot?You can help support this show and my independent work at www.patreon.com/briantong THANK YOU!Call into the show by recording a Voice Memo a…
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Ranjan Roy from Margins is back for our weekly discussion of the latest tech news, with special guest Zeke Faux of Bloomberg News and Number Go Up fame. We cover 1) Why crypto is thriving after poster boy SBF was convicted and sentenced 2) The latest rise of memcoins including dogwifhat and NFTs like CryptoDickbutts 3) Is this evidence of a deeper …
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Dan and Moltz talk AI, the new things they're trying out and Guy joins them eventually. Apple published a new paper on AI. Moltz bought a home security system from Abode. The immersive MLS video for the Vision Pro was meh. MLB struck out with its Vision Pro app. Dan is trying out SpamSieve. If you want to help out the show and get some great bonus …
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Marissa Mayer is the CEO and co-founder of Sunshine, the former CEO of Yahoo, and a longtime Google executive. She joins Big Technology Podcast to discuss why she's betting on consumer tech, building a new array of products including Sunshine Contacts and the newly released Shine, a photo sharing app. Mayer discusses how AI impacts building for con…
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Reed Albergotti is the tech editor at Semafor. He joins Big Technology Podcast to break down the week's news. We cover: 1) SBF's sentencing 2) Is 25 years fair? 3) Is FTX a symptom of crypto or an exception 4) OpenAI and Microsoft may build a $100 billion supercomputer 5) Will the supercomputer help OpenAI get closer to AGI 6) Why the supercomputer…
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We discuss the DoJ's case against Apple, the EU's investigation, and WWDC24. You might have heard the Department of Justice is suing Apple. The EU is also investigating Apple over its lack of DMA compliance. The company announced WWDC for 2024. Mark Gurman says iOS 18 will feature a more customizable home screen. Brian Tong did a ride-along video w…
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Jim Lanzone is the CEO of Yahoo. He joins Big Technology Podcast for the long awaited Yahoo Episode, a deep dive into a company that remains one of the most visited and influential property on the web. Tune in as Lanzone describes how Yahoo's verticals operate, how the company thinks about generative AI for its search bar, and whether it's still po…
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Visit Indeed.com/applebitz to start hiring now.Apple Bitz XL listeners get 15% off unlimited access to every class at masterclass.com/applebitzThe US has sued Apple for an illegal monopoly over smartphones. Special Guest and General Counsel Gil Cabrera jumps on the show to offer his expert insight. Plus, my interview with Apple's Greg Joswiak at Ap…
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