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Don't cut the cord on cable like a rookie (The 3:59, Ep. 503)
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access_time23 hours ago
David Katzmaier updates his advice for cord-cutters, the Marriott cyberattack may be the work of Chinese spies and Intel chips score a breakthrough.
What The Tech Ep. 422 - Worst Tech of 2018
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access_time1 day ago
Andrew and Paul run down their list of the worst tech of 2018. Andrew takes issue with all of social media. Did social media reach it's all time low in 2018? Andrew also questions YouTube and Google's identity. Paul's worst of includes Windows 10 Fall Update issues, and the Pixel 3 notch.
Game On - Big insights and small PCs
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time1 day ago
The Kids Insights survey has some interesting things to tell us about young people's attitudes to gaming and Intel has squeezed serious power into their 'Hades Canyon' Nuc machine
We break down Google CEO Sundar Pichai's big DC showdown (The 3:59, Ep. 502)
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access_time2 days ago
We talk China, data collection and political bias.
Apple, Qualcomm legal battle heats up in China (The 3:59, Ep. 501)
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access_time3 days ago
The iPhone maker is facing a possible ban in China, Qualcomm is trying to destabilize Apple and Intel, and Europe is tightening regulations on Silicon Valley.
CNET Book Club: Holiday 2018 gift guide special
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access_time3 days ago
Find a great gift idea with these books that are only available, or only really work, in physical dead-tree form, from a lavishly illustrated history of Dungeons and Dragons to the creativity-inspiring Wonderbook.
INSIGHTS Podcast Series — #20: Barath and Radhika on the Healthcare Landscape in India
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access_time6 days ago
We continue with the #INSIGHTSPodcast Series and in this episode, we focus on the healthcare sector and discuss opportunities and the market landscape using examples from the Accel portfolio. To talk about this exciting topic, We have Barath & Radhika, Principal & Sr Associate at Accel whose core focus investment areas are in Life sciences, Medtech and digital health. On this podcast, we discuss the healthcare landscape in India using examples from the Accel portfolio and what to look for while building out a healthcare company from India : Examples from Accel portfolio on problems being solved in healthcare for global markets Lifesciences What is life sciences - the model of an IP led lifesciences company solving global problems Mitra Biotech - Why did they choose to start in India? The solution to an age old problem - How do you understand the effects of drugs on tumors without bombarding a patient with the drugs Zumutor Building a platform to develop molecules for improving drug delivery to cancer cells Healthcare Delivery The problems with the healthcare delivery in India Moving care back to the home - counter intuitive insight and how Portea plugs the gaps in the delivery space Digital health Onco.com - using digital distribution to disrupt the current value chain and deliver better care for patients Using AI to deliver healthcare in the diagnostics space - How sigtuple uses digital distribution and AI to deliver healthcare and diagnose correctly. The Indian Advantage - Why healthcare is attractive in India Capital efficiency from being in India 3x-5x advantage in capital required from building from India Talent, Infrastructure arbitrage from India - The Indian pharma story for next wave of lifesciences Speeding things up - How India helps speed up development The regulatory advantage - lesser regulations for initial development of drugs Using the initial momentum and taking the drugs to more regulated markets for trials - the difficulty of trials in the Indian market Examples where the thesis on cost and time plays out The estimates from Axio - getting to market with 1/10th the capital and 60% of the time to get to market with a great product Setting the standards in India so the product goes global - no compromise on quality The healthcare business - things to consider while getting into the healthcare sector The trust process - building trust, and the time and effort it takes to build trust Importance of IP - having a good IP and using peer-reviewed publications for validation and marketing Patent portfolio and defensiblity of patents - defending incremental IP and not infringing existing patents, and filing patents to get it out in the world The team - building a team as the company grows, and the expertise required; the differences between life sciences, and non-life science businesses The Indian story - shift from communicable to chronic disease, infrastructure gap, mobile first country and the advantage technology provides in such an environment.
Alfred breaks down Super Smash Brothers Ultimate (The 3:59, Ep. 500)
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access_time7 days ago
We spend Episode 500 talking about Smash, the Apple Watch's EKG support and Corning's crazy bendable glass.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro: The Best Android Phone of 2018?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time7 days ago
The Mate 20 Pro is one of the best Android phones out there, and Asus ROG Phone wants to be the best gaming phone in the market. Reviewers Roydon Cerejo and Aditya Shenoy join host Pranay Parab to talk about these phones. Mate 20 Pro (0:30) Processor power Camera performance Thoughts on photos vs Pixel 3 Pricing and value Design and build quality The cons Final thoughts ROG Phone (16:22) Design ROG Gaming UI Accessories Marketing Performance Gaming performance Camera Battery life
We finally got to see 5G smartphones -- sort of (The 3:59, Ep. 499)
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access_time8 days ago
Qualcomm and Samsung show off prototype 5G phones, Hulu bets on anime and ads that show when you hit pause and that Avengers 4 trailer still isn't here.
What The Tech Ep. 421 - Best Tech of 2018
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access_time9 days ago
According to a new rumor Microsoft will be transitioning from it's Edge browser to a new Chromium based browser. Paul explains how that could impact users for the better. Andrew and Paul also run down their best tech of 2018. Paul's list includes digital assistants, Fortnite, and Windows 10 upgrades. Andrew's best of list includes the Pixel 3 camera, iPad Pro, and Nintendo Switch.
Want a 5G-powered iPhone? Get ready to wait (The 3:59, Ep. 498)
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access_time9 days ago
Plus, a look at Ring's Neighbors app.
Game On: The game's the thing
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time10 days ago
It's the Christmas games round up and this year we're talking about tabletop and screen games (and some that blend the two) with Andy Robertson from Ask About Games and Tabletop Gaming's Matt Jarvis
Samsung, Verizon are jumping into 5G together with next smartphone (The 3:59, Ep. 497)
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access_time10 days ago
We preview the Qualcomm Snapdragon Tech Summit and talk about a mashup between live theater and VR.
Bill Burr's F is for Family returns to Netflix
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access_time13 days ago
It may be crass at times, but it's fun.
Samsung needs a win with the Galaxy S10 (The 3:59, Ep. 496)
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access_time14 days ago
Plus, Apple's iPhone XR sales show strength.
Elon Musk's Boring Co. hits a wall with LA Loop project (The 3:59, Ep. 495)
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access_time15 days ago
We talk about Musk's Boring Co. hitting a snag, how the e-scooter craze can be hazardous to your health, and the week CNET spent with robot dog Aibo.
Is Realme U1 Essentially Redmi Note 6 Pro on Steroids?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time15 days ago
The Realme U1 packs impressive hardware at an excellent price, but is the experience good enough to trump stiff competition from Zenfone Max Pro M1 and Redmi Note 6 Pro? Deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo joins host Pranay Parab to discuss. Realme U1 (0:12) Hardware and specifications Build and design Camera Performance Marketing tactics Competition Pricing and availability
Ep 86: Phanindra Sama on how entrepreneurship is a self purification process
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access_time16 days ago
Over past few years, and especially as a rookie entrepreneur myself, a lot of what Phani said and did have started making sense. After the exit, he took his mother to London, her maiden foreign trip. Phani tells me now in this podcast that she’s not in a shape now to travel overseas. And his thoughts about how entrepreneurship is a self purification journey cannot be more relevant at a time when debates about a crisis of culture and integrity are at centre of India’s start ecosystem.
What The Tech Ep. 420 - LG Patents A 16 Lens Phone
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access_time16 days ago
Andrew and Paul discuss the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals they grabbed. Paul regrets not buying a new iPad. Paul also rants about cheaply made tablets that fail to deliver on working features. And LG patents a phone with 16 lenses. What would be the point of a phone with 16 lenses?
What will NASA InSight find on Mars? (The 3:59, Ep. 494)
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access_time16 days ago
We break down the momentous Mars landing, run through Cyber Monday and question whether "classic" consoles have hit a wall.
Game On - Battlefield climbs out of the trenches
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time17 days ago
How has Battlefield changed over the years? That's one of the questions put to DICE's Creative Director, Lars Gustavsson. And Andy Kelly and Martin Robinson join Adam to discuss the game.
Carfection: For the love of cars Podcast, Ep. 11 - BMW M3
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access_time17 days ago
This week on the Carfection audio podcast we're at the track for an epic shoot with every single generation of BMW M3 to see how this aspirational sports car has evolved over the decades.
What the heck can you do with 16 cameras on your phone? (The 3:59, Ep. 493)
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access_time17 days ago
We talk about a strange new LG patent, Elon Musk moving to Mars and Cyber Monday.
CNET UK Podcast 548: Taylor Swift's Spotify deal and Samsung's six-camera superphone
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access_time19 days ago
Taylor Swift's new record contract hopefully means a better deal for Universal artists and rumours point to Samsung's Galaxy S10 being huge and covered in cameras. We cover it all on the UK's best tech podcast.
INSIGHTS Podcast Series — #19: Narayan, Power2SME on Building a B2B marketplace for the India
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access_time20 days ago
We continue with our discussion on building for India in the #INSIGHTSpodcast Series and in this episode, we focus on selling to manufacturing SMEs. To talk about this important topic, we have Narayan, Co-founder of Power2SME, a "buying club" for SMEs. Narayan is a serial entrepreneur and before starting Power2SME, he was the founder & CEO of Denave, India's largest technology powered sales enabling services company. Previously he held various leadership positions in companies like Oracle and Microsoft. On this podcast, we discuss the need for a “buying club” for the Indian SMEs, the role of credit in the economy, the life of a few and inescapable market effects: Identifying a value proposition that can scale Solving the right problems - choosing a problem which is a real pain point for customers Importance of aligning with the interests of all players in the ecosystem Building out the marketplace Building out a marketplace for large sellers and small buyers How is the market structured, and the quality of supply in India Onboarding small unorganized players onto an organized marketplace Turning Skeptics to believers - getting your first large seller to take you seriously Working capital for SMEs Challenges with getting credit for SMEs and the challenges for banks to underwrite and service SMEs Why is working capital a big issue for SMEs? Potential for innovation Taking on risk with NBFCs to enable credit for SMEs The ILFS, liquidity crunch and how the credit system operates Lessons learnt from running a startup The ups and downs of running a startup - dealing with market effects Effects of policy and regulation on business and SME Diversification of portfolio of customers and lenders Advice for startup founders - the importance of building a strong leadership and mentorship network
Ep 79: Tarun Mehta on the importance of keeping to your core vision
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access_time21 days ago
Entrepreneurship is hard. No matter what you’re building. It becomes even harder when you’re building something that’s not understood by many, and even worse if the product is clearly ahead of its time. But founders are crazy. They see opportunities when no one sees them. They also get blinded sometimes by it and fail. When Tarun Mehta started building Ather Energy, India’s first electric two wheelers, his startup was being written off even before the pre-orders started. After getting his pitch rejected by 80 investors ( is that a magic number? Even Kabeer of Dunzo had similar number of rejections before getting funded), Tarun finally met Sachin Bansal. “What should I change in this pitch deck?” “Don’t change anything. This is how you’ll build this.” Perhaps only a fellow entrepreneur can empathize with another founder’s dogged optimism. So here’s to the entrepreneurial mafia being led by Sachin Bansal and several others.
Can Redmi Note 6 Pro Beat Zenfone Max Pro M1, Nokia 6.1 Plus?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time21 days ago
Redmi Note 6 Pro has big boots to fill and tough competition to stave off. Can it manage to succeed in India? Reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to discuss. Redmi Note 6 Pro (0:25) Design Build quality Display Battery life Performance Software Competition
What The Tech Ep. 419 - 2018 Black Friday Trends And Deals
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access_time23 days ago
Andrew and Paul discuss 2018 Black Friday trends and deals such as phones and smart speakers. What trends and deals made their list?
Don't waste your money on these Black Friday TV deals (The 3:59, Ep. 492)
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access_time23 days ago
Friend of the show David Katzmaier visits to talk TV.
Game On - Esports Awards 2018
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access_time24 days ago
Esports are a massive part of the gaming scene and Adam's been to speak to some of the industry's backroom boys at the annual Esports Awards
Apple's deal with Amazon: Good for you, but not this small seller (The 3:59, Ep. 491)
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access_time24 days ago
Plus: More Facebook scandals and Alfred Ng gets to talk about Super Smash Bros.
Michael Douglas stars in new comedy series for Netflix
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access_time27 days ago
The Kominisky Method puts together Douglas and Alan Arkin in a new Chuck Lorre show.
Yeah, Amazon even makes an Alexa-powered microwave now (The 3:59, Ep. 490)
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access_time29 days ago
Plus, a look at Amazon's Fire TV Recast and complaints about Facebook removing posts.
Is Google Pixel’s Night Sight the Future of Low-Light Photography?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time29 days ago
The Google Pixel line of phones just got a new feature called Night Sight, which dramatically improves low-light photos. Will this change the way smartphones capture low-light photos? Night Sight on Google Pixel (0:10) What is Night Sight? How it changes low light photography Is this magic or physics? When will other phones get this feature? What we want from Night Sight How this could reinvent smartphone photography
What The Tech Ep. 418 - The New 2018 MacBook Air
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access_time30 days ago
Paul talks about using the new 2018 MacBook Air. What does Paul like or not like about the new MacBook Air? Paul also explains why the new MacBook Air is the best thing to happen to the Microsoft Surface laptop. Andrew talks about his first impression of the new HP Spectre x360. How does the keyboard compare to the HP Elitebook?
Amazon announces HQ2 in a split decision (The 3:59, Ep. 489)
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access_time30 days ago
New York and Virginia -- and Tennessee? -- are Amazon's prime selection.
Game On - Farewell Prima, hello Breakthrough Brits
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access_time1 month ago
Brendan Sinclair, GamesIndustry.biz's North American Editor joins Adam to reflect on the closure of the game-guide maker Prima and what Microsoft's latest acquisitions might mean for the next Xbox. Lottie Bevan - co-founder of Weather Factory - is one of BAFTA's Breakthrough Brit's for 2018 and reflects on being brave enough to try something different.
Buying clothes online is about to get super weird (The 3:59, Ep. 488)
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access_time1 month ago
A look at the Zozosuit, a new Amazon-Apple partnership and Alibaba's Singles' Day.
R.I.P. HAL: Douglas Rain, Voice Of Computer In '2001,' Dies At 90
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access_time1 month ago
Rain was best known for the eerie, sonorous voice he lent to HAL 9000 in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film. However, he was also celebrated for his decades of performances on the Shakespearean stage.
CNET UK Podcast 547: Apple's iPad Pro and Andy's Red Dead 2 weekend
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access_time1 month ago
Apple's new iPad Pro may come with a high price, but Andy is still very excited for it. Plus, Rich tells us about Star Trek being highbrow.
AI News Anchor Makes Debut In China
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access_time1 month ago
"This is my very first day at Xinhua News Agency," says a sharply dressed artificial intelligence news anchor. "I look forward to bringing you the brand new news experiences."
Is Samsung Galaxy J2 Core a Budget Winner That Trumps Redmi 6A?
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access_time1 month ago
The J2 Core can provide tough competition in the budget Android phone segment and reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to discuss whether it's a worthy challenger. Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (0:25) Android Oreo Go Edition vs regular Android The app ecosystem Should you buy Redmi 6A over this? 8GB internal storage a problem? Gaming performance Cameras A creepy feature that everyone should know about Pricing and features Final thoughts
Every episode of Married...with Children hits Hulu
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access_time1 month ago
Cuddle up with Al and Peggy this weekend.
INSIGHTS Podcast Series — #18: Rahul Garg on building an eCommerce company for Industrial India
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access_time1 month ago
We continue with our discussion on building for India in the #InsightsPodcastSeries and in this episode, focus on building an eCommerce company for Industrial India . To talk about this important topic, We have Rahul, Co-founder of Moglix, a B2B marketplace for Medium to Large businesses. Before starting Moglix, He has held various leadership positions at Google in Asia Pacific and is a graduate of ISB and IIT Kanpur. On this podcast, we discuss building a B2B marketplace for the Indian Industry: Choosing the problem - How do you think about the problem to go after? Importance of market size, and conversely the lack of importance of the size in especially large markets The chicken and egg problem - What comes first in a marketplace - supply or demand? Solving for what comes first on your platform - Identifying the size of buyers and sellers and determining build out of your marketplace Contrasting between B2B and B2C - buying behavior and differences in customers Difference in the decision making process of B2B and B2C customers and ticket size changes the way people buy and product must be built out Cash flow - B2B runs on credit while a B2C is on cash being paid upfront; rethink cash cycles for your business Winning in the space - How Moglix built a well loved and resilient business Building a tech-first marketplace next platform to handle scale in the future Surviving the initial few years and emerging as winners in the space Hiring the right talent for the team, and hiring for B2B B2B businesses are unsexy, finding the right talent needs people with passion for the business and the problem you’re trying to solve Hire a diverse group of people who bring complementary skillsets to your team - Juggle responsibilities till you find the right hire for the role
Ep 78: Masterclass with Ashish Gupta
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access_time1 month ago
Ashish Gupta is an outlier for many reasons. A gold medalist in computer science from IIT Kanpur, Gupta built a startup (Junglee) and sold it to Amazon, has been through several near death experiences at his second startup (Tavant), and is now in the process of sunsetting his third entrepreneurial venture, Helion. None of the above make him an outlier though. Over years, Ashish has found a way into some of India’s biggest and most valued startups as an angel investor. From MakeMyTrip, to Flipkart and MuSigma, Gupta has been an early seed stage backer. It’s almost like getting a front tow seat in a blockbuster movie, and also being able to help produce it. There are very few investors who are as humble, intellectually honest and loved by the entrepreneurs. How and why does he stay that way? Please tune in to listen and read the full transcript below to find out more. Hat-tip to Kanika Berry for help with transcription of the conversation, which is produced lightly edited below:
Do you think Samsung's foldable phone is exciting or disappointing? (The 3:59, Ep. 487)
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access_time1 month ago
We discuss that foldable phone, Facebook Portal and the best smartphone you can't buy in the US.
Is the new MacBook Air really worth it? (The 3:59, Ep. 486)
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access_time1 month ago
We break down the svelte Air and talk about how restaurants are collecting your data with waitlist apps.
What The Tech Ep. 417 - Is the iPad a Laptop?
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access_time1 month ago
This week Andrew and Paul revisit the apple announcement from last week. Is apple trying to convince the consumer that the iPad is a laptop, if so why? The guys also talk about the innovation Intel has been up to and speculate whether they will release a 10nm chipset this coming year.
Samsung's foldable smartphone challenge (The 3:59, Ep. 485)
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access_time1 month ago
How is this thing not going to be a gimmick? Also, we talk about Bixby getting smarter and the biggest threat to the midterm elections.