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About a year ago, Elon Musk was doing so much crazy stuff, I was desperate for someone to tell me what was going on. So, I reached out to Rob Maurer from the Tesla Daily podcast to be a sort of Elon whisperer for me. Rob was great and gracious, and actually, that was the beginning of the weekend bonus episode idea in a way. Well, a year on… let’s take Elon’s temperature… and Tesla’s. Great conversation with Rob about where Tesla is at, and also, congrats to the Tesla Daily podcast on turning 2 years old! Subscribe now! Tesla Daily!Sponsors:Capterra.com/ride
YouTube shuts down channels over Hong Kong content, some of Facebook’s Libra partners are having second thoughts, the WSJ finds some shady items on Amazon, the reviews of the Galaxy Note10+ are in, and the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:BRD's Top 10 Crypto MemesPixelUnion.netLinks:Google shutters more than 200 YouTube channels amid Hong Kong protests (CNBC)Facebook’s Libra backers look to distance themselves from project (Financial Times)Amazon Has Ceded Control of Its Site. The Result: Thousands of Banned, Unsafe or Mislabeled Products (WSJ)SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10 PLUS REVIEW: SHOULD YOU SPEND FOR THE STYLUS? (The Verge)The Galaxy Note 10+ Is Damn Near Perfect (Gizmodo)REVIEW: SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE10+ (Wired)Weekend Longreads:Top 10 Crypto Memes (BRD)All 84 startups from Y Combinator's S19 Demo Day 1 (TechCrunch)Here are the 82 startups from day 2 of Y Combinator's S19 Demo Days (TechCrunch)The Exclusive Inside Story Of The Fall Of Overstock’s Mad King, Patrick Byrne (Forbes)The Sports News Site Haters Love to Dunk on Keeps Signing Up Subscribers (Bloomberg Businessweek)The quantum revolution is coming, and Chinese scientists are at the forefront (Washington Post)YOU ARE ALREADY HAVING SEX WITH ROBOTS (Wired)Sad cartoons and melancholic hip-hop inspired YouTube’s new vaporwave scene (Polygon)
The Xiaomi Mi A3 is here and its flaws remind us of its predecessors and make us wonder whether Xiaomi is interested in selling its Android One phones. Reviewers Aditya Shenoy and Roydon Cerejo join host Pranay Parab on this episode. Mi A3 (0:30) Design Software Camera Value for money Android One What people want from Android What manufacturers gain from this programme
Leaks of Apple's iPhone 11 Pro confirm plans for the new generation to include upgraded cameras. Andrew and Paul look ahead to Microsoft October event. Will Microsoft announce more than just a refresh of it's Surface line? And Andrew and Paul ponder whether 5G wireless internet will usher in the era of wireless internet at home.
Will we see an iPhone Pro next month? Google has a new proposal for ad tracking, Android deserts dessert nomenclature, why hasn’t tech solved parking yet, and why The Irishman might be a major fork in the road for Netflix.Sponsors:PixelUnionBRD.com on Twitter!Links:Apple Readies Camera-Focused Pro iPhones, New iPads, Larger MacBook Pro (Bloomberg)Google proposes new privacy and anti-fingerprinting controls for the web (TechCrunch)Google deserts desserts: Android 10 is the official name for Android Q (The Verge)The Google Play store’s visual refresh (Android Developers Blog)Google DeepMind Co-Founder Placed on Leave From AI Lab (Bloomberg)SpotHero raises $50 million to bring underutilized parking spaces online (VentureBeat)Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is a perfect example of Netflix’s big screening dilemma (The Verge)Classified Ad:Nintendo Dispatch is a weekly Nintendo podcast with Nintendo fans Michael, Christina, and James. Each week they breakdown the latest news, game releases, and happenings in the Nintendo universe. No topic or game system is off limits as we discuss at the Nintendo Switch, 3DS, Nintendo's mobile games, theme parks, merchandise, and whatever else awesome Nintendo is doing. Join them each week for a new episode of awesome. Go to nintendodispatch.com or search Nintendo Dispatch on your podcast app right now to subscribe.
Next gen chips from Intel, the real HQ2 for Amazon is in India, the controversy around Apple blocking ad tracking on kids apps is a real case for King Solomon, and Ben Thompson makes a compelling bull case for WeWork.Sponsors:Pixelunion.netRead the Blog Post from BRD: HereLinks:Intel Launches Comet Lake-U and Comet Lake-Y: Up To 6 Cores for Thin & Light Laptops (AnandTech)Dell unveils new XPS, Inspiron, and Vostro models with Intel Comet Lake processors (VentureBeat)Exclusive: Alibaba postpones up to $15 billion Hong Kong listing amid protests: sources (Reuters)Amazon opens its biggest global campus in India (Reuters)Gmail in G Suite now uses AI for inline spelling and grammar suggestions (VentureBeat)Shazam data is powering Apple Music's newest chart, the Shazam Discovery Top 25 (TechCrunch)Apple aims to protect kids’ privacy. App makers say it could devastate their businesses. (The Washington Post)The WeWork IPO (Stratechery)Classified:The Merge Conflict podcast is a weekly discussion with developers Frank and James on all things development, technology, & more. After years of being friends, Frank and James finally decided to sit down and start a podcast about their lives as mobile developers using Xamarin. Much more than just another mobile development podcast, Merge Conflict, reaches all areas of development including desktop, server, and of course mobile. They also cover fun things happening in the world of technology and gaming and whatever else happens to be on their minds. Head to mergeconflict.fm to learn more or search Merge Conflict in your favorite podcast app today to subscribe.
Twitter suspends a bunch of China-linked accounts, is Apple TV+ dead on arrival? 23 towns in Texas are hit with ransomware, and why isn’t Alexa in your car?Sponsors:DataTribe.com/challengePixelUnion.netBRD's Longread About LibraLinks:Information operations directed at Hong Kong (Twitter)Removing Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior From China (Facebook)Updating our advertising policies on state media (Twitter)Apple Targets Apple TV+ Launch in November, Weighs $9.99 Price After Free Trial (Bloomberg)Apple splashes $6bn on new shows in streaming wars (Financial Times)States to Move Forward With Antitrust Probe of Big Tech Firms (WSJ)Sony to acquire Insomniac Games (Polygon)Over 20 Texas local governments hit in 'coordinated ransomware attack' (ZDNet)The first Lightning security key for iPhones is here, and it works with USB-C, too (The Verge)Amazon Wants to Put Alexa in Cars. Google and Apple Are There Already (Bloomberg)
What does Cyberpunk Red tell us about CD Projekt Red's upcoming game in the same universe? Peter Allison's been hands on and has some thoughts. The Warsaw Uprising was happening 75 years ago. It took a terrible toll on the city and its people. Krzysztof Paplinski, the producer of 'WARSAW' - a tactical WWII RPG - explains his team's approach to a difficult topic.
Libra gets competition, Spotify and Roku get family friendly, Amazon is sitting out the launch of Disney+ (for now), Ikea is serious about becoming a smart-home player, and can the world’s largest semiconductor chip kickstart an AI revolution?Sponsors:Pixelunion.netBRD.comLinks:Binance planning to launch ‘Venus,’ similar to Facebook’s upcoming cryptocurrency Libra (The Block)Spotify's Premium Family plans get an explicit content filter (Engadget)The Roku Channel is adding a kids and family section with free TV shows and movies (The Verge)Disney+ will stream on these devices at launch (The Verge)Ikea goes all in on smart home tech (The Verge)Hacker Releases First Public Jailbreak for Up-to-Date iPhones in Years (Motherboard)A new unicorn is born: Toor Insurance raises $100 million for a $1 billion valuation (TechCrunch)Root raises $350 million to drive auto insurance change (Axios)Cerebras (Pierre Lamond)
On a recent weekend longreads segment, I recommended a piece by The Verge’s Julia Alexander asking whether Netflix’s recommendation algorithms were broken, or maybe borked. We’re going to talk a bit about that today, but since Julia is on the Streaming Wars beat at The Verge, you know how I love to talk about the streaming wars, and we are right about at the point where the battle is going to be joined in earnest. Sponsors:CognitoHQ.comWix.com/podcast:)
Coinbase says all your bitcoin base are belong to us, Apple sues a “virtualization” company, was Amazon offering vendors a pay to play scheme with Amazon Choice, and, as always, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:Metalab.coMacStadium.com/ridehomeLinks:Exclusive: Coinbase Buys Xapo Custody for $55 Million, Eyes Lending Business (Fortune)Apple Files Lawsuit Against Virtualization Company Corellium for Illegally Replicating iOS and Apple Apps (MacRumors)Amazon offered vendors ‘Amazon’s Choice’ labels in return for ad spending and lower prices (Digiday)YouTube shuts down music companies' use of manual copyright claims to steal creator revenue (TechCrunch)Weekend Longreads Suggestions:Weird gadgets that are actually really useful (ZDNet)Trump Tumult Has Gadget Giants Splitting Along U.S.-China Lines (Bloomberg)THREE YEARS OF MISERY INSIDE GOOGLE, THE HAPPIEST COMPANY IN TECH (Wired)WEWORK ISN’T A TECH COMPANY; IT’S A SOAP OPERA (The Verge)WeWTF (ProfGalloway.com)Elon Musk’s Neuralink: Both an evolution and a plan for radical change (Ars Technica)SpaceX’s First Astronauts Train Up for Space, but Crew Dragon Faces Delays (Inverse.com)HOW A 'NULL' LICENSE PLATE LANDED ONE HACKER IN TICKET HELL (Wired)
On this episode reviews editor Jamshed Avari joins host Pranay Parab to discuss all things Vivo. Vivo S1, Vivo Z1 Pro, and overall strategy (0:30) Design Software Camera Value for money Innovation Flagship segment What we want to see from Vivo
Looks like Netflix has company in the comedy game.
Facebook tweaks groups, Google Assistant lets you remind family members, can we be training voice AI in a better way, say hello to the Sega Genesis Mini, and the free app that can save your life out in the wilderness.Sponsors:Metalab.coMacstadium.com/ridehomeLinks:Facebook is simplifying group privacy settings and adding admin tools for safety (The Verge)THE SEGA GENESIS MINI BUILDS ON WHAT MADE NINTENDO’S TINY CONSOLES GREAT (The Verge)UPS has been quietly delivering cargo using self-driving trucks (The Verge)Stay organized and productive with new Assignable reminders (Google)Do Tech Companies Really Need to Snoop Into Private Conversations to Improve Their A.I.? (Slate)What3words: The app that can save your life (BBC News)
Unconscious bias can be at work without our realizing it, and even when we genuinely wish to treat all people equally, ingrained stereotypes can affect our visual perception, attention, memory, and behavior. This has an impact on education, employment, housing, and criminal justice. In Biased, with a perspective that is scientific, investigative, and informed by personal experience, Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt offers us insights into the dilemma and a path forward. Come ready to learn and be inspired as Eberhardt presents a hopeful framework for discussion and action by connecting racial bias with the scientific study of the brain. The good news is that we are not hopelessly doomed by our innate prejudices -- Eberhardt reminds us that racial bias is a human problem -- one all people can play a role in solving.
WeWork files for its IPO, a huge data leak reveals fingerprints, facial recognition data and more, are you going to have trouble taking your MacBook Pro on your next flight, why Two and a Half Men is the next big piece in the streaming wars and why I’m bullish on an Airbnb for boats.Sponsors:Metalab.coMacStadium.com/ridehomeLinks:WeWork files for long-awaited IPO (Axios)Major breach found in biometrics system used by banks, UK police and defence firms (The Guardian)FAA Bans Recalled MacBook Pros From Flights (Bloomberg)AI Startup Boom Raises Questions of Exaggerated Tech Savvy (WSJ)HBO Max eyeing ‘Big Bang Theory’ and ‘Two and a Half Men’ in $1.5 billion deal (The Daily Dot)Facebook Paid Contractors to Transcribe Users’ Audio Chats (Bloomberg)Peer-to-peer boat rental marketplace Boatsetter raises $10M as it looks to grow globally (TechCrunch)Subscribe to the ad-free feed right HERE in your podcast browser!
Tumblr finds its final home (hopefully), new Snap Spectacles, a new gaming startup tries to one-up Fortnite’s social model, why your DSLR camera is a prime ransomware target, and yes, Twinfluencers are apparently a thing.Sponsors:MacStadium.com/ridehomeMetalab.coLinks:Verizon to Sell Tumblr to WordPress.com Owner (WSJ)Snap Unveils a New Version of Video-Recording Spectacles (Bloomberg)Microsoft Cancels Super Duper Graphics Pack for Minecraft (Thurrott.com)Singularity 6 raises $16.5M from Andreessen Horowitz to create a 'virtual society' (TechCrunch)Security researchers find that DSLR cameras are vulnerable to ransomware attack (The Verge)Twinfluencers Are Taking Over the Internet (The Atlantic)Design Memes: The Origin of those Helvetica List T-Shirts (HowDesign.com)
Jio Giga Fiber new plans, launch offers, IoT devices, jio holograms, MR and more -ஜியோல என்ன புது ஆப்பர ? 4K டிவி இலவசமா ? உண்மை என்ன? in Tamil Tech News
Would you want (or need) a 108MP smartphone camera? The “Ninja” Blevins/Twitch breakup explained. The cat-and-mouse between Chrome and paywalls explained. Credit where due for Apple on wearables, and why touchscreens might not be a user interface panacea.Sponsors:Metalab.coLegacybox.com/rideLinks:Samsung's 108-megapixel mobile sensor closes in on mirrorless cameras (Engadget)Ninja calls out Twitch after his dormant channel highlights porn (updated) (Engadget)The New York Times is still detecting Chrome Incognito Mode after Google’s fix (9to5Google)Apple Deserves More Credit for Wearables (Above Avalon)How Facebook Is Changing to Deal With Scrutiny of Its Power (NYTimes)Navy Reverting DDGs Back to Physical Throttles, After Fleet Rejects Touchscreen Controls (USNI News)
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Uber and Lyft continue to lose money hand over fist, Huawei has a backup OS plan, Piano has a smarter paywall for news outlets, people are texting their “number neighbors” and of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:MealimeCognitoHQ.comLinks:Uber Posts $5.2 Billion Loss and Slowest Ever Growth Rate (NYTimes)Huawei reveals HarmonyOS, its alternative to Android (Engadget)Facebook Offers News Outlets Millions of Dollars a Year to License Content (WSJ)How Piano built a propensity paywall for publishers — and what it’s learned so far (NiemanLab)Here's why the internet is obsessed with 'number neighbors,' a viral trend where people text phone numbers one digit away from their own (Business Insider)The Weekend Longreads Suggestions:The Lonely Work of Moderating Hacker News (The New Yorker)I Tried Hiding From Silicon Valley in a Pile of Privacy Gadgets (Bloomberg Businessweek)How Globalization Broke Gateway, the Cow Computer Company (Motherboard)Python is eating the world: How one developer's side project became the hottest programming language on the planet (ZDNet)With warshipping, hackers ship their exploits directly to their target's mail room (TechCrunch)Scientists Are Stuck on the Mystery of Tape (Engadget)
The Vivo S1 is a strong contender in the sub-Rs. 20,000 price segment, but should you buy it? Reviewers Aditya Shenoy and Roydon Cerejo join host Pranay Parab to discuss. Vivo S1 (0:30) Design Build quality Display Performance Camera Software Battery life Vivo S1 vs Realme X vs Redmi K20 Verdict
We continue with our #InsightsPodcast and on this edition we have with us one of India’s biggest business legends, Nandan Nilekani, co-founder of Infosys, its current Non-Executive Chairman and the brains behind building aadhaar while serving as the Chairman of Unique Identification Authority of India. He is a Padma Bhushan awardee and was listed by TIME Magazine to be among the 100 most influential people in the world in 2006 and 2009. In this episode, Nandan shares experiences from both his business days and from his more recent journey of public service. Nandan starts by giving a glimpse into his formative years of growing up in Bangalore and then Dharwad and making it to IIT Bombay without having access to any of the coaching classes. He credits his social skills and the confidence that helped him take risk and build a large company like Infosys to his IIT days, when he dabbled in the many social activities that IIT has to offer and played a key role in organising IIT Bombay’s cultural fest- ‘Mood Indigo’. Talking about his early days, from meeting Narayan Murthy while interviewing for Patni Computer Systems to co-founding Infosys in 1981, building India’s first software campus in Bangalore in 1992 and going public in 1993, Nandan says that the vision to build a globally competitive technology company out of India and the planning for scale by focusing on building an aspirational brand for employees and setting audacious goals for growth helped scale the way Infosys did. “When we were a 3-5 million dollar company, we talked about becoming a 100 million dollar company. When we were approaching 100 million dollar in revenue, we asked what it takes to reach a billion dollars in revenue.” Nandan talks about how having a 5 year blue sky plan, 3 year strategic plan and 1 year operating plan helped ensure the right mix of nimbleness of a startup and the professionalism of a large corporate. More on the entrepreneurial journey at Infosys, reimagining it as a cloud service in the podcast. Talking about his next entrepreneurial stint as employee #1 at UIDAI, Nandan elaborates on the unique experience of building a team that was an amalgamation of stalwart bureacrats from the public sector and top tech talent from the private sector, working together to successfully roll out aadhaar. Citing the famous ‘thinker-doer’ approach, Nandan mentions about how his experience in playing across thinking and executing roles in both public and private work settings made him uniquely positioned to achieve UIDAI’s mandate. Opening up on the personal front, Nandan says that his curiosity to learn new things, being open to learning from others in an attempt to constantly stay relevant, desire to do something new and willingness to live with uncertainty are all part of his core beliefs that define his value system. Nandan talks about how the dual approach of being execution obsessed while being able to step back and think big picture is something that’s helpful for founders to think clearly. On scaling as a founder, Nandan has a simple tip- “Being frugal with your time is important. I am generous with my money, but frugal with my time. Money, you can give it away and make it again. Time is a perishable resource.” Talking about the present day startup ecosystem, Nandan is excited and hopes to see the next generation of Kotak, HDFC, TCS, Infosys emerge that create jobs for millions, and leverage India’s growing 2 trillion dollar economy and the many ecosystem enablers such as Jio, aadhaar, India Stack and data empowerment and hopes to see leaders spread their power, by delegating, empowering and sharing the glory. Tune in to the podcast to hear the full story.
All the headlines from the Galaxy Note 10 event, to what degree does Zuckerberg really want to keep Instagram independent, Google is expanding podcast search capabilities, you can now tell Alexa to slow down, and Netflix bags Benioff and Weiss and what that means to the streaming wars.Sponsors:MealimeOriginate.mobiLinks:The 7 biggest announcements from the Samsung Note 10 event (The Verge)Google Maps lets you pull up flight and hotel reservations on the go (CNET)Google will start surfacing individual podcast episodes in search results (The Verge)Now you can choose how fast Alexa talks on your Amazon Echo (The Verge)Instagram's lax privacy practices let a trusted partner track millions of users' physical locations, secretly save their stories, and flout its rules (Business Insider)'Game of Thrones' Creators Close $200M Netflix Overall Deal (The Hollywood Reporter)
We have a launch date for Disney+ and we also have confirmation of a wicked compelling bundle, FedEx officially breaks up with Amazon, Amazon trades accusations with CVS and Walgreens, iOS API changes make life difficult for Facebook, and why it might be make or break time for TikTok.Sponsors:Originate.mobiMealimeLinks:Disney Announces $12.99 Bundle For Disney+, Hulu, & ESPN+ Available At Launch (The Streamable)FedEx Ends Ground-Delivery Deal With Amazon (Bloomberg)Amazon’s PillPack is battling with CVS and Walgreens over getting patient prescriptions (CNBC)Revealed: Microsoft Contractors Are Listening to Some Skype Calls (Vice)Facebook Hit by Apple’s Crackdown on Messaging Feature (The Information)Slack unveils new admin security controls (ITPro)The biggest risks to TikTok (The Interface)End of an era? Microsoft’s MSDN Magazine is ending its run after more than three decades (Onmsft.com)https://fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/join/privateMutant Podcast Army Classic league (Code: rd6c2i)Mutant Podcast Army Head2Head league (Code: bt0y07)
The Apple Card is here (for some of you), industrial cyberattacks have doubled, are Yelp and Grubhub partnering to hurt restaurants, Amazon’s scoot robots come to Southern California, 5G comes to New York City and what to expect from tomorrow’s Samsung event.Sponsors:MealimeJoybird.com/ride Promocode: RIDELinks:The Apple Card starts rolling out today (TheVerge)Cyberattacks against industrial targets have doubled over the last 6 months (ZDNet)Microsoft: Russian state hackers are using IoT devices to breach enterprise networks (ZDNet)Microsoft launches Azure Security Lab, expands bug bounty rewards (ZDNet)Yelp is Screwing Over Restaurants By Quietly Replacing Their Phone Numbers (Motherboard)Amazon Squeezes Sellers That Offer Better Prices on Walmart (Bloomberg)Amazon’s Scout robots roll out in Southern California (Venture Beat)AT&T rolls out (limited) 5g in (parts of) New York City (TechCrunch)Note 10 Plus? Here’s what to expect from Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked on August 7 (Digital Trends)
Cloudflare stops doing business with 8chan, two big new smartwatch releases, why the Athletic believes people will pay for sports news, the 22 year old founder of the newest unicorn, and why used electric vehicles might signal EVs are entering the mainstream.Sponsors:Mealime.comMintMobile.com/rideLinks:Terminating Service for 8Chan (Cloudflare Blog)8chan: the far-right website linked to the rise in hate crimes (The Guardian)The Problem Isn't 8chan. It's Americans. (Buzzfeed News)Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active 2 brings back the bezel control (The Verge)Fossil’s latest Wear OS watches have 1GB RAM, smart battery modes, Snapdragon Wear 3100 (9to5Google)Huawei tests smartphone with own operating system, possibly for sale this year: Chinese state media (Reuters)News discovery app SmartNews valued at $1.1b (TechCrunch)Silicon Valley’s Latest Unicorn Is Run by a 22-Year-Old (Bloomberg Businessweek)NOW ON USED CAR LOTS: GREAT ELECTRIC VEHICLES FOR CHEAP (Wired)Subscribe to the ad-free feed!
Each week, Sean Carroll hosts conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, philosophy, culture and more. Start listening now at: http://wondery.fm/MindscapeAB
The Vox/Recode family has a new podcast, Land of the Giants. And so we’re going to talk to Jason Del Rey, the voice behind the first season of this podcast, which focuses on Amazon. But look, I’ve wanted to get someone on to talk turkey with me about Amazon for a while now, because they're at this weird place where… maybe they’re the most powerful tech company in the land? What does that mean, for them AND for us? Jason Del Rey was the perfect person to ask.Sponsor:Vistaprint.com/ride
Google and Apple suspend their programs where humans listen in on what you say to your voice assistant, Google will let Android users in Europe pick a search engine, Verizon tortures the very definition of words, Amazon dash buttons have an official end date, and the Weekend Longreads Suggestions.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.comWix.com/podcastLinks:Apple suspends Siri response grading in response to privacy concerns (TechCrunch)Google will charge search providers to be the Android default in Europe (The Verge)Amazon is going to kill your Dash button (CNET)Verizon overhauls its ‘unlimited’ offerings with four new plans and $5 price cuts (The Verge)Weekend Longreads Suggestions:WHEN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE COMES WITH A FEW CATCHES (Wired)Your Next iPhone Might Be Made in Vietnam. Thank the Trade War. (NYTimes)Late Night Dispatch: Tuca & Bertie versus The Algorithm (Julia Alexander)Where Everyone’s an Influencer (The Atlantic)America’s DIY Phone Farmers (Motherboard)What Happens When the World’s Population Stops Growing? (The Atlantic)CLASSIFIED:Tips tricks and commentary from the world of Cisco brought to you by the people that know it best. Conf T, or Configure Terminal for the newbies, is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by Cisco Systems Engineers where we discuss various Cisco technologies, best practices including Cisco Validated Designs, and overall commentary regarding Cisco and Technology in general. With new topics covered every two weeks across the entire Cisco portfolio, this is one of the best ways to keep up on everything Cisco. If you manage Cisco networks, be sure and subscribe to "Conf T with your SE" so you can stay up to date and informed. Conf T with your SE is available on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, and anywhere else fine podcasts are found.
Reviewers Roydon Cerejo and Aditya Shenoy join host Pranay Parab to discuss how PUBG Mobile Lite runs on some of the most affordable Android phones in India. PUBG Mobile Lite (0:30) What the game is about Difference between PUBG Mobile Lite and PUBG Mobile Phones we tested PUBG Mobile Lite on How it plays on these phones How PUBG Mobile Lite is better Download and install sizes What to expect in the future
Intel’s faster new chips, Bird’s more durable new scooters, Samsung’s new lack of a headphone jack, Cisco settles with the government, IBM’s facing an age discrimination lawsuit, Cloudflare’s planning an IPO and the new season of Fortnite.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.comCapterra.com/rideLinks:Intel unveils its first 10th-gen laptop CPUs (Engadget)Bird’s new electric scooter has a better battery and anti-vandalism sensors (The Verge)Dongle life: Galaxy Note 10’s 3.5mm to USB-C adapter pictured in leak (SamMobile)Cloudflare Said To Pursue September IPO, We Say Heck Yes (Crunchbase News)Cisco to Pay $8.6 Million to Settle Government Claims of Flawed Tech (NYTimes)IBM Fired as Many as 100,000 in Recent Years, Lawsuit Shows (Bloomberg)Jeff Bezos Sells $2 Billion of Amazon Stock After 4% Stake Transfer (Bloomberg)Solar-sailing satellite proves it can use light to propel through space (The Verge)And Now, a Bicycle Built for None (NYTimes)Fortnite season X adds mech suits, a meteor, and ‘volatile rift zones’ (The Verge)Classified:Would you like to discover a happier, healthier, more focused life? Would you like to become a better version of yourself? Cactus.app [read as: cactus dot app] increases your self-awareness through guided self-reflection and gives you a private place to journal your thoughts. Cactus.app encourages you to think about the impact of your experiences, prompts exploration of your feelings, and proposes actions to enhance your experiences. And, it’s free. Check it out at cactus.app. And, by the way, this is not an app in the app store _yet_. You have to go to cactus.app to check it out. Link in the show notes.
Microsoft confirms rumors of a Windows 10 cloud restore feature. What is cloud restore for Windows 10? Andrew discusses buying his first 4K TV. This leads to Andrew and Paul talking about Bob Lazar, Area 51, and UFOs. Was Paul abducted by aliens? Plus the guys touch on the Apple card, Apple buying Intel's modem unit, and more.
Apple isn’t selling as many iPhones, but they want you to know that that’s just fine. Samsung isn’t selling as many high end smartphones as they’d like, but seemingly no one is. There’s a new Galaxy Tab, Facebook hasn’t given up on their Portal ambitions and the rise of the livestreamed funeral business.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.comDataDogHQ.com/ridehomeLinks:Apple Reports Third Quarter Results (Apple PR)Samsung's Q2 profit halved from low memory demand (ZDNet)Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 is its latest volley against the iPad Pro (The Verge)Spotify Grows to 108M Paid Subscribers Compared to Apple Music's 60M (MacRumors)Facebook Approached Netflix, Disney to Support TV Chat Device (The Information)Amazon concedes market share in battle for online consumer goods sales (TalkBusiness.net)NOW EVEN FUNERALS ARE LIVESTREAMED—AND FAMILIES ARE GRATEFUL (Wired)CLASSIFIED:There is a great new podcast on venture and startups. It’s Called LA Venture and it’s all about the Los Angeles venture and startup scene. It's useful if you're looking for funding or just interested in getting to know the LA investors. Admittedly, it's hosted by two VCs interviewing other VCs and everyone is talking about themselves. But, we're all avid TechMeme listeners so perhaps we've picked up some of Brian's ability to make our stories snappy and enjoyable listening. (ooh… flattery will get you everywhere)… Search for "LA Venture" hosted by TenOneTen. Great place to get venture insights if you're already caught up on TechMeme Ride Home listening. Again, LA Venture by TenOneTen.
Another day, another data breach… but this Capital One breach has some odd new wrinkles, the Android smartphone industry continues to be a tough gig for most manufacturers, I’m ready for smart contact lenses and apparently, the YouTube creator community is ready for a union.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.comPaintYourLife.com: Text the word TECH to 48-48-48Links:Capital One says data breach affected 100 million credit card applications (Washington Post)Amazon's cloud was at the heart of the big Capital One hack, even though it doesn't seem to be at fault (Business Insider)Sony and LG still struggled to sell smartphones in Q2 2019, surprising nobody (Android Police)Scientists create contact lenses that zoom on command (Engadget)Techstars raises $42 million from SVB and Foundry Group to accelerate its growth in Europe and beyond (Tech.eu)Israel's New Top Unicorn: Monday.com Hits $1.9 Billion Valuation With $150 Million Raise (Forbes)Real estate platform Compass raises another $370M on a $6.4B valuation en route to an IPO (TechCrunch)PBS & PBS Kids Coming to YouTube TV Later This Year (The Streamable)The YouTubers Union Is Not Messing Around (Motherboard)
Google continues to leak Pixel 4 details itself, Github bans users from specific countries, will we eventually see a TikTok phone? Consolidation in the food delivery space, and all hail our first official Fortnite World Cup Champion.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotelyLightstream.com/rideLinks:(Don’t) hold the phone: new features coming to Pixel 4 (The KeyWord)GitHub confirms it has blocked developers in Iran, Syria and Crimea (TechCrunch)Amazon Wants to Rule the Grocery Aisles, and Not Just at Whole Foods (NYTimes)China's ByteDance, after Smartisan deal, says developing smartphone (Reuters)TikTok owner ByteDance confirms plans to produce a smartphone (The Verge)Europe's top court sharpens guidance for sites using leaky social plug-ins (TechCrunch)Just Eat £9bn merger plan sends shares soaring (The Guardian)Sony is crowdfunding a wearable 'air conditioner' (updated) (Engadget)Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf, 16, wins Fortnite World Cup singles and $3 million (ESPN)
The T-Mobile/Sprint merger gets the go-ahead, a whole bunch of odds-n-ends Apple stories, SoftBank announces a new Vision Fund, the biggest earnings wrap-up of the calendar quarter, turns out that Chris Hughes was serious about breaking up Facebook, and the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:Pixelunion.netFiresideconf/rideLinks:T-Mobile and Sprint merger approved by Justice Department (The Verge)Apple and Goldman Sachs Credit Card Targeting August Launch Date (Bloomberg)Trump says Apple will not be given tariff waivers or relief for Mac Pro parts made in China (CNBC)Apple buys Intel’s smartphone modem business (The Verge)SoftBank CEO Takes More Control in New $108 Billion Vision Fund (Bloomberg)Chris Hughes Worked to Create Facebook. Now, He Is Working to Break It Up. (NYTimes)The Weekend Longreads Suggestions:How Google Photos joined the billion-user club (Fast Company)The Man Who Built The Retweet: “We Handed A Loaded Weapon To 4-Year-Olds” (BuzzFeed News)What is Microsoft doing with Cortana? (The Verge)The Hidden Costs of Automated Thinking (The New Yorker)The Onion’s Guide To TikTok (The Onion)Ursula K Le Guin's Earthsea Books
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Samsung says we will finally see the Galaxy Fold in September, Tesla has a bad earnings miss, Deep Mind and Waymo partner to hopefully speed up AV development, AT&T can’t stop dialing up new streaming services and a gadget, game and documentary review trifecta.Sponsors:PixelUnion.netSVB.com/nextLinks:Samsung says it has fixed the Galaxy Fold and will release it in September (The Verge)Apple Suppliers See Demand for New IPhones Stabilizing This Year (Bloomberg)Telsa reports larger-than-expected losses of $408 million in second quarter (TechCrunch)Facebook warns of costly privacy changes, discloses another U.S. probe (Reuters)DeepMind and Waymo collaborate to improve AI accuracy and speed up model training (Venture Beat)AT&T is launching another new streaming service this fall called AT&T TV (CNET)AT&T Chief: HBO Max Will ‘Ultimately’ Offer Live News, Sports (Variety)IKEA SYMFONISK review: Sonos speakers at IKEA prices (Gizmodo)Wolfenstein: Youngblood Review (IGN)NETFLIX'S THE GREAT HACK BRINGS OUR DATA NIGHTMARE TO LIFE (Wired)The Ad-Free Feed Is HERE!Get Your Classified Ad-Read HERE!
The FTC comes down on Facebook, but is the new DOJ probe really what Silicon Valley should worry about? Cruise won’t be self-driving taxis in San Francisco this year, Snap really seems to be on the rebound, and is media piracy poised for a major comeback?Sponsors:PixelUnion.netSVB.com/nextLinks:U.S. government issues stunning rebuke, historic $5 billion fine against Facebook for repeated privacy violations (The Washington Post)Google launches Gallery Go, a lightweight alternative to Google Photos (The Verge)GM’s Cruise delays driverless taxi service, plans to build country’s largest EV fast charger station (Venture Beat)Snap shares surge as results smash estimates (CNBC)DoorDash CEO announces that now your tips will go to delivery workers (Engadget)PLEX MAKES PIRACY JUST ANOTHER STREAMING SERVICE (The Verge)CLASSIFIED AD:Here's something new for the RideHome audience. Attention investors, those thinking about investing and those long interested in the music business. A tightly held start-up in the Music Publishing space is looking for some investor love. Rocket Songs is changing the way musicians across the globe get their hands on professionally written songs. With songwriters that have written for:• Chris Stapleton• Beyonce• Kings of Leon• top K-Pop acts• And many others!Up until now songs from these songwriters have been in a vault (literal and figurative) at Music Publishing Houses. But we're making them available in a state-of-the art marketplace. We are live. We are converting users and making money. But we need Seed Round money and we're not friends with any top VC or angel investors. So, if you want... to help disrupt the multi-billion dollar publishing industry, to help a start-up with a proven business model. Reach out! Email: InvestIn@RocketSongs.com and check out RocketSongs.com. But also, for serious investment inquiries: InvestIn@RocketSongs.com. Link in the show notes.
Apple may buy Intel’s floundering 5G chip division, new rumored iPhone models seem like modest bumps, the attorney general dreams of an impossible encryption backdoor, a Facebook design flaw potentially exposed children to strangers, the NSA consolidates cybersecurity, Uber tests an all-in-one subscription plan, a suit against AT&T over a cryptocurrency theft can proceed, and winking face money bag 100% you should use emoji at work. Sponsors Pixel Union Marketing by Moe Links: Apple in Advanced Talks to Buy Intel’s Smartphone-Modem Chip Business (WSJ) Apple to release three ‘iPhone 11’ models this fall, including A13 chip, new Taptic Engine, more (9to5mac) US attorney general says encryption creates security risk (AP) AG Barr and Trump Want to Open Government Backdoors into Americans’ Personal Devices Video Available Here (Ron Wyden statement) Facebook design flaw let thousands of kids join chats with unauthorized users (The Verge) NSA Forms Cybersecurity Directorate Under More Assertive U.S. Effort (WSJ) Uber tests monthly subscription that combines Eats, rides, bikes and scooters (TechCrunch) Cryptocurrency investor’s $224 million suit against AT&T over stolen coins moves forward (CNBC) Yes, You Actually Should Be Using Emojis at Work (WSJ)
Equifax agrees to a settlement over its massive 2017 data breach, Microsoft invests a billion dollars in an generalized AI startup, Huawei is linked to North Korea’s cellular network buildout, Google settles multiple lawsuits, including a decade-old one about Wi-Fi snooping, Apple’s sequel to Tim Cook becomes apparent, and senseless violins. Sponsors Cloudbaker Pixel Union Links: CFPB, FTC and States Announce Settlement with Equifax Over 2017 Data Breach (CFPB) Proving you deserve $20,000 from the Equifax settlement will be nearly impossible (CNBC) With $1 Billion From Microsoft, an A.I. Lab Wants to Mimic the Brain (New York Times) Microsoft invests in and partners with OpenAI to support us building beneficial AGI (OpenAI press release) Leaked documents reveal Huawei’s secret operations to build North Korea’s wireless network (Washington Post) Google Finds Cheap Way Out of Multibillion-Dollar ‘Wi-Spy’ Suit (Bloomberg) How Google Extracted Itself From Three More Lawsuits—Data Sheet (Fortune) Apple’s Heir Apparent Is Much More Like Tim Cook Than Steve Jobs (Bloomberg) Etsy acquires musical instrument marketplace Reverb for $275 million (VentureBeat)
Fevzi Turkalp from GadgetDetective.com answers 5Live listeners’ technology questions From smartphones & tablets, to dealing with malware & protecting your privacy, our resident expert, Fevzi Turkalp has all the tech advice you need to choose the best tech for your needs & keep your existing gadgets running smoothly. In this week’s tech phone-in advises listeners on… • Will Windows 7 be safe to use after January 2020 when Microsoft stop supporting it? • Sticky Keys, what they are and who will find them useful • Watching Netflix on an affordable Amazon Fire tablet • What you can do to improve your TV signal • What was your first computer • How to improve the performance of your computer without having to buy upgrades • How to upload your videos to YouTube & how to produce more professional looking videos • Shooting good video footage of sports on your smartphone, and other devices • Why a streaming stick/box is better than your smart TV • How to connect an old DVD player to a modern TV set