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Are you buying Apple's new AirPods with wireless charging case? (The 3:59, Ep. 537)
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access_time2 hours ago
Also, we talk about Google's Stadia gaming service, more facial recognition and border tech.
What The Tech Ep. 433 - Google Gets Into Game Streaming With Stadia
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access_time21 hours ago
Google announced at GDC a new game streaming service called Stadia. How will Google's game streaming service change gaming? Andrew and Paul discuss that question and many others including pricing, game availability, and whether Google will be successful with Stadia.
Would you eat lab-grown meat? (The 3:59, Ep. 536)
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access_time1 day ago
Plus, facial recognition, and the new iMac.
Game On - Gold masks and Green Poison
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access_time2 days ago
Sam Loveridge, GamesRadar's new editor joins Adam to look at the 2019 Games BAFTAs nominations and to give The Division 2's bumps a feel. No Kirk McKeands were harmed in the making of this podcast.
Apple's iPad family welcomes back refreshed iPad Air, Mini (The 3:59, Ep. 535)
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access_time2 days ago
We also talk facial recognition and Google at GDC.
Does a foldable Razr smartphone tickle your nostalgia bone? (The 3:59, Ep. 534)
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access_time6 days ago
Plus, more on the Facebook outage and why DirecTV Now is a bad deal.
Do Pop-Up Selfie Cameras Justify Prices of Oppo F11 Pro, Vivo V15 Pro?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time6 days ago
We discuss the Oppo F11 Pro and the Vivo V15 Pro on this episode. Reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to discuss the two phones. Oppo F11 Pro (0:30) Pricing Specifications The pop-up selfie camera Similarities with Vivo V15 Pro The competition Performance Design and build quality Final thoughts and verdict
Does the Galaxy S10E slay the iPhone XR? (The 3:59, Ep. 533)
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access_time7 days ago
We break down the review of Samsung's "budget" Galaxy S10, talk about Verizon's 5G service and honor The Matrix.
Apple TV Service Rumor
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time8 days ago
Apple is holding an event later this month where they rumored to be announcing a new TV service. What would an Apple TV service look like and cost? Andrew and Paul discuss the rumored TV service and how it could impact other streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu and Netflix. Are there too many video subscription services?
Game On - Learning with LARP and Washington at war
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time9 days ago
Washington's under siege in the upcoming game from Ubisoft, The Division 2. Adam's spoken to the game's creative director and lead environment artist about putting D.C. front and centre. And what can we learn from a LARP? More than you'd expect. Nikolas Lloyd - Lindybeige on Youtube - has been out to the Czech Republic to take part in Legion: Siberian Story and come to a greater appreciation for snow. This podcast may include lengthy digressions.
Elizabeth Warren goes after big tech (The 3:59, Ep 531)
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access_time9 days ago
Plus, Jordan Peele's next horror flick from SXSW and Tesla reversing course.
Binge Marvel movies this weekend in honor of Captain Marvel
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access_time13 days ago
Netflix is the place to be for some heroes at home.
INSIGHTS #25 — Kunal Shah shares anecdotes from his entrepreneurial journey
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access_time13 days ago
We continue with the #InsightsPodcast series, and on this edition we have Kunal Shah, Founder & CEO of Cred and Founder & ex-CEO of Freecharge. Freecharge was part of the first wave of e-commerce startups along with the likes of Flipkart and Paytm. Freecharge was acquired for $450m by Snapdeal in 2015 making it the biggest startup M&A at the time. The podcast starts off with Kunal talking about his early days, how he started working at an early age of 15 to help his family survive through a severe financial crisis. He juggled between a full-time job, pursuing a bachelor’s in philosophy (chosen based on class timings that were possible given his commitments) and some freelance activities in the evening, making him financially independent at a young age. Kunal talks about his journey from a being a freelance designer and programmer, to building a small SaaS company that pivoted multifold to eventually become Freecharge. After Freecharge, Kunal did a couple of stints in investing, before deciding to startup again in 2018 with Cred. Kunal goes on to joke about how he has done everything under the sun from selling music CDs, selling Mehendi, doing SaaS, running a BPO company, having a laptop import business to eventually doing ecommerce. Kunal further delves into how he achieved product market fit for FreeCharge. It started with the simple idea of offering mobile top-up (which was the largest selling product at the time) free of charge to draw enough customers on the platform to potentially build a business on top of that, very much on the lines of the ‘loss leader strategy’ adopted by grocery stores to attract footfall. Kunal saw the big opportunity in mobile recharge space, which had a use case for 99% of population who were on the verge of getting comfortable with online transactions, thanks to IRCTC. That along with reduced interest among merchants who were selling it offline, due to diminishing margins made it a no brainer that these transactions would move online. Kunal nicely puts this into words: “I saw recharge as the gateway to a transacting India” Kunal goes on to jokingly call himself a mediocre founder who’s found a great product market fit. He adds: “Terrible product market fits, even with the greatest founders can never create value. Fighting headwinds never creates value, you only burn fuel.” Kunal also talks about how it is challenging to get investors and team members on board when dealing with original ideas that do not have any global models to serve as comparables. Interestingly, these original ideas that have disproportionate wealth creation opportunities. We see Kunal’s inner philosopher come out as he explains how platforms with high frequency of transactions almost always win because the trust and habit built over many transactions enables such categories to expand faster in a mistrust democracy like India. Kunal also sheds light on his famous Delta 4 theory that encapsulates the need for new products to create significant delta in value creation for the customer through superior product/ service experience making the switch from old behaviour to new behaviour irreversible, instead of giving massive discounts to infuse the delta in value creation for customers which is not sustainable without systematic change in behaviour of the consumer. The podcast ends with Kunal answering a few audience questions that include his words of wisdom to fellow entrepreneurs to succeed in a rapidly changing world: “Founders that try to fit in don’t raise the bar. So if you want to be an outlier, don’t try to fit in.”
VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)
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access_time14 days ago
We also discuss more foldable phones and talk Captain Marvel.
Chromium Around The Edge
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access_time15 days ago
Microsoft new Chromium based Edge browser is revealed in leaked screenshots. Andrew and Paul discuss recent history of web browsers like Firefox and Chrome. Andrew brings up Windows Lite. Is there any new info about Windows Lite? And Paul look back at the Microsoft Band. What went wrong?
Which is better: Roku or Amazon Fire TV? (The 3:59, Ep. 528)
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access_time15 days ago
Plus, Alexa now works with Roku, and Netflix vs. Spielberg.
Game On - Devils on the Cloud
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time16 days ago
The secret charm of the Devil May Cry series explored with Dom Peppiatt of the Daily Star and Games Radar's James Jarvis is looking to the future of the PC in the cloud. We also talk about the shape of consoles to come and the launch of the Daily Star's monthly tech and games supplement. On a point of order: Mr Peppiatt took pity on my frailness *cough-hack* and didn't correct me when I called him by his Twitter handle throughout. Such kindness should not go unmentioned.
Mate X, 5G: All of your MWC 2019 questions answered here (The 3:59, Ep. 527)
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access_time16 days ago
Also: What it's like inside a nuclear reactor.
Hulu unveils a new installment of Into the Dark
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access_time19 days ago
The horror anthology returns with Jimmi Simpson.
Huawei Foldable Vs. Samsung Foldable
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access_time19 days ago
Huawei unvels the Mate X at MWC in Barcelona. How does the Huewei Mate X foldable phone compare to the Samsung Galaxy Fold? Also at MWC, Microsoft debuts Hololens 2. Paul Thurrott discuss his thoughts on the new mixed reality headset. And Microsoft's Chromium based browser is coming.
Wikileaks may bring Trump's latest crisis (The 3:59, Ep. 526)
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access_time21 days ago
Plus, a US agency plans a task force as a tech watchdog and AT&T's ownership of HBO is official.
Is Samsung Galaxy S10+ the Best Android Flagship Overall?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time21 days ago
We discuss the Samsung Galaxy S10+, Galaxy Buds, and Spotify's India launch. Reviewers Aditya Shenoy and Ali Pardiwala join host Pranay Parab to discuss. Samsung Galaxy S10+ (0:30) Build Design Pricing Camera Performance Battery Life Should you buy it? Samsung Galaxy Buds (15:50) Audio quality Comfort Battery life Aggressive pricing Spotify India launch (23:39) Launch Features Catalogue Worth paying for?
Let's look inside Microsoft's HoloLens 2 (The 3:59, Ep. 525)
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access_time22 days ago
Friend of the show Scott Stein takes us into mixed reality.
Game On - Back to Hope County
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access_time23 days ago
Alyse Stanley reviewed Far Cry New Dawn for Polygon. She joins Adam to talk about what's changed in Hope County, Montana after a nuclear catastrophy and what Ubisoft gain by revisiting their game realms
With Galaxy Fold, Has Samsung Kicked Off a Revolution in Smartphone Tech?
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access_time27 days ago
We discuss everything Samsung announced at the Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event — S10, S10+, S10e, Galaxy Fold, Watch Active, Buds, and more. Editor-in-chief Kunal Dua joins host Pranay Parab. Samsung Galaxy Fold and more (0:30) Technological innovations Thoughts on folding display What it means for the smartphone industry S10 and S10+ First impressions Thoughts on pricing Reverse wireless charging Thoughts on Samsung’s position in the market S10e Form factor What it lacks compared to S10 Pricing Who should consider this one Galaxy Watch Active Interesting features Pricing Which smartwatches it competes against Galaxy Buds Thoughts on pricing Competition Why we are looking forward to trying it
HBO Now brings O.G. online
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access_time27 days ago
Jeffrey Wright stars as a maximum-security inmate ready to be released.
What The Tech Ep. 429 - Unfolding the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Fold
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access_time27 days ago
Samsung officially announces several new devices including the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10E. Andrew and Paul discuss the new Samsung hardware and pricing. Is Samsung heading for a dark future? Apple's new SDK will create iOS apps that run on Mac. Is Apple officially combining Mac and iOS?
INSIGHTS #24 - Girish Mathrubootham shares his lessons on Building & Scaling Freshworks
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access_time27 days ago
We continue with the Accel #InsightsPodcast series, and on this podcast, we have Girish Mathrubootham, Co-founder & CEO of Freshworks. Freshworks scaled from $1mn ARR to $100mn ARR in 5 years and 2 months, making it one of the fastest growing companies in the ecosystem, and one of the first SaaS companies in India to achieve this milestone. In this podcast, Anand and Girish discuss Girish's early life, the series of events that led to starting Freshworks and then discuss how Girish's ability to translate even the most mundane to interesting stories, his product training and focus on culture has helped build a successful organization poised to grow even further. Girish talks about his upbringing, and about how he was an average student in school and college, but really loved to learn, just not in a classroom environment. He attributes most of his learnings to after college as he could learn through practice, not confined to tests and a specific set of topics. Teaching is something close to his heart, and he is always looking for innovative ways to teach or communicate, and this has honed his storytelling ability. His learnings from Zoho and his ability to tell stories has helped him immensely as he scaled Freshworks, especially when it comes to hiring (Helpdesk is very boring, he says) and selling his vision for the company to a new hire. His motto for fundraising is very simple and is something he's been meaning to tweet for a while, "Data is your enemy, Story is your friend". He further delves into how he got into product at Zoho, and later how business models influence products, and it's not vice versa. Company culture is very close to his heart - Happy "work" organization is his motto, and he's always had an eye on how to build the organization's culture. The importance of culture fits within your organization and gearing the organization to stay true to its values is further highlighted. We end the podcast in true Girish fashion, discussing the next leg of growth for Freshworks - the jump to a $1bn business, and how he believes that Freshworks is not an aberration in the Indian Product space but is just the beginning of India producing great global product start-ups, with a simple, yet intriguing story.
All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)
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access_time27 days ago
Running through Unpacked event news, including S10, Galaxy Buds, 5G.
Galaxy S10 and more: Our big Samsung Unpacked preview (The 3:59, Ep. 522)
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access_time29 days ago
We'll break down all the rumors, from foldable to 5G phones.
Game On - Violent Games, violent teens?
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time30 days ago
Professor Andrew Przybylski, Director of Research at the Oxford Internet Institute, joins Adam to talk about the centre's new paper that looks at adolescent gamers and their behaviour.
What The Tech Ep. 428 - Samsung Galaxy S10 Pre-sale
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access_time1 month ago
Samsung puts the Galaxy S10 up for pre-sale ahead if it's official launch event next week. Why did Samsung put the S10 up for pre-sale without any pricing? Andrew and Paul speculate how consumers will feel about Samsung's foldable phone. How much would Samsung's foldable phone cost? Paul discusses upcoming Microsoft events and possible new devices. And Andrew and Paul discuss Amazon and Google's investments for 2019 such as Amazon's recent acquisition of Eero.
Apple will finally tell us why it spent $1B on video (The 3:59, Ep. 521)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus Android app tracking and Google's US expansion.
MicroLEDs and more: Staring into the future of TVs (The 3:59, Ep. 520)
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access_time1 month ago
Friend of the show David Katzmaier swings by to talk TV.
Will MWC 2019 Introduce Port-Less Phones to the World?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time1 month ago
An early preview of MWC 2019, where we talk about everything that has leaked so far and what to expect from one of the biggest events in tech. Deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo and reviewer Aditya Shenoy join host Pranay Parab. An early MWC 2019 preview Foldable phones The state of 5G and expected demos OnePlus’ expected demos Nokia 9 Pureview launch? Samsung’s event ahead of MWC Oppo and Vivo’s product briefing What Xiaomi will be up to The dream of a phone with no ports Wireless charging Hololens 2?
Smartphones will get weird and wild at MWC 2019 (The 3:59, Ep. 519)
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access_time1 month ago
We break down the rumored devices showing up in Barcelona. Also, we talk about Apple's need for an iPhone SE 2 and Amazon's acquisition of Eeros.
Game On: Eve's Apex Cult?
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time1 month ago
Sam Loveridge from Games Radar comes fresh from the dropship to discuss Respawn's surprise hit, Apex Legends. Caught at Fun&Serious in Bilbao; Weather Factory's Lottie and Alexis discuss their way of indie and, why has CCP taken to the road this year instead of throwing one big EVE shaped party?
The new wild and crazy life of Amazon's Jeff Bezos
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access_time1 month ago
We break down the Bezos drama and Magic Leap at Sundance.
Surprise! A new Big Mouth special arrives on Netflix
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access_time1 month ago
Time to talk about the birds, the bees and the hormone monsters.
INSIGHTS #23: Elad Gill and why the Growth mindset is extremely important for founders
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access_time1 month ago
We continue with the #InsightsPodcastSeries, and on this podcast, we have Elad Gill, author of high growth handbook. Elad has had significant experience with super high growth startups, with Google growing from 1500 people to 15000 people in 3 and a half years. After his stint at Google, Elad started a company called Mixer labs which was acquired by twitter in a few years, where the team grew from 90 people to 1500 people in a couple of years. This is when he started contemplating high growth, and how to build a machine that can recruit ten people a week instead of one person a month. What was supposed to be a blog post, became a massively successful book. Elad is also involved in as an operating executive, and investor or advisor to private companies such as AirBnB, Coinbase, Gusto, Instacart, Optimizely, Pinterest, Square, Stripe, Wish, Zenefits. A startup CEO until very recently was CEO only till they got the company off the ground, with professional management taking over, but since the days of Mark Zuckerberg, this has changed, with the founder and CEO being the mainstay with a very strong executive team backing them. Elad talks to us about the importance of the founder CEO, the vision and entrepreneurial spirit they bring to the table and he goes into greater detail about the evolving role of the CEO. While hard work is important for success, avoiding burn outs are even more important. It is important for founders to take a break, and take some time for themselves. Founders should focus on building relationships outside of work and this will be the support system for them when they go through really hard times at work. Silicon Valley founders create a mythos about themselves about how hard they work, but what we don't hear about is the vacations and breaks they take that enables them to push hard. As startups scale, it is important for the CEO to play multiple roles, but it is even more critical for them to realize their weaknesses and hire for those positions and be willing and open to learn from the next level. The "growth mindset" is extremely important for founders to lead the company and make it a truly generational one. Learning from your peers, and being able to trust them with their work and letting go is key to taking the company to the next level each and every time.
Moto G7 and LG G8 get the smartphone wars going (The 3:59, Ep. 517)
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access_time1 month ago
Also, we talk drones for home security and Twitter's results.
Google Assistant is making a run for Alexa (The 3:59, Ep. 516)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus, Spotify gets deeper into podcasts and Apple loses its retail chief.
Will Jio GigaFiber Have the Same Impact That Jio 4G Did?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time1 month ago
Everything you need to know about Jio GigaFiber, courtesy people on our team who are using the service. Hindi editor Sandeep Kumar Sinha joins host Pranay Parab. Everything you need to know about Jio GigaFiber How to get a connection Plans and pricing The current trial period Speeds on Jio GigaFiber The GigaHub router Why progress on GigaFiber is slow What to expect once the service is launched
What The Tech Ep. 427 - Xbox Live Everywhere
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access_time1 month ago
Andrew and Paul discuss Microsoft wanting to make Xbox Live cross-platform and available on iOS, Nintendo, and Android. Is this the next step towards cloud gaming? Andrew talks about the Super Bowl being available for free everywhere. This leads to a discussion on how Netflix has changed TV programming over the last decade.
Et tu, Apple? iPhones will tout AT&T's fake 5GE network (The 3:59, Ep. 515)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus, Google's earnings and Samsung fridge dating.
Game On - Steaming across Sunless Skies
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time1 month ago
Failbetter Games started to explore their Fallen London setting over a decade ago. Sunless Skies takes us back to a steam-age unlike any other. Eurogamer's Edwin Evans-Thirwell shares his thoughts on this darkly poetic setting and Failbetter's Adam Myers talks about the pleasures of life on the ætheric wave.

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