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Amazon’s annual shopping extravaganza and giant advertisement for its subscription service is back — for a two-day event on Monday, July 26 and Tuesday, July 27. Gadgets 360 community manager and deals expert Harpreet Singh joins host Akhil Arora to talk about all things Prime Day 2021. We discuss what you should expect (the best discounts are always on Amazon products) and how to prepare (set up wishlists and notifications). We also give you tips on deal hunting and tell you what to stay away from. Read: How to get the best Prime Day deals Lastly, we touch upon why you might want to wait for festive period sales (that are closer to Prime Day this time), and when you shouldn’t. As always, we will highlight the best deals on Gadgets 360, so stick around. Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Chapters Intro (00:00) What is Prime Day? (00:19) What to expect (03:13) Amazon is always on sale (05:02) How to prepare (06:37) What to do on sale day (09:44) The kinds of deals (12:25) Hey, impulse buyers (14:39) What to avoid (16:50) Prime Day vs festive sales (18:58) Outro (21:50)
p>This week on Orbital, it’s time for Loki, the Marvel Cinematic Universe series that ended its six-episode run Wednesday on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar. Gadgets 360 chief sub-editor Shayak Majumder and deputy news editor Veer Arjun Singh — both Marvel fans — join host Akhil Arora to talk about the Tom Hiddleston-led TV show. Major spoilers ahead. Read: Loki Season 1 Review We discuss the fitting nature of Loki (Hiddleston) falling in love with another Loki aka Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino), Hiddleston and Owen Wilson’s dynamic that powered early episodes, and Marvel’s recurrent problem with killing off characters — or rather, its inability to. We analyse Jonathan Majors’ introduction as Kang the Conqueror/ He Who Remains, and what his multiverse monologue means for what’s to come in the MCU. And along the way, we see how Loki compares to its predecessors: WandaVision, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at email@example.com Chapters Intro (00:00) Kang the Conqueror (00:34) Sylvie and comic tweaking (06:44) vs other Marvel series (10:41) Mobius and Loki (15:56) vs other Marvel series pt. 2 (21:29) Future of the MCU (26:58) Kang the Conqueror pt. 2 (28:44) Loki loves Loki (37:31) Outro (39:30)
What is the best smartphone in India right now? Gadgets 360 deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo and reviewer Aditya Shenoy join host Akhil Arora to discuss the crème de la crème. We talk about the obvious lakhpati kids in the room (hello, Apple and Samsung), the premium flagship killers (from Xiaomi and OnePlus), and a specialist device for mobile gamers (hi, Asus). Along the way, we touch upon what you get for paying through the nose, and look at upcoming phones (from Google and beyond) in the second half of 2021. Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Chapters Intro (00:00) What to expect >Rs. 50,000 (00:36) Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (04:59) iPhone 12 (Pro / Pro Max) (11:05) S21 Ultra vs iPhone 12 (21:25) Mi 11 Ultra (24:37) OnePlus 9 Pro (28:36) A specialist choice (36:41) What’s coming in rest of 2021 (44:50) Outro (51:19)
Six years on from the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft has unveiled the next-generation of its flagship operating system. This time, it didn’t skip a number though — and hence, we have Windows 11. Gadgets 360 senior reporter and Orbital producer Jagmeet Singh and video producer and Windows settings critic Shubham Raheja join host Akhil Arora to discuss what’s on offer here. We talk about the headline feature: you can run Android apps on Windows 11, though you will need the Amazon Appstore via the Microsoft Store. It’s complicated. But at least, Microsoft is playing nice with others. Read: Windows 11 announced We delve into the UI and UX changes, from the glassy Windows Vista-like look to the deep integration for Microsoft Teams, its Zoom and Slack competitor. And of course, that central Start button shift — literally. Along the way, we touch upon the (odd) hardware requirements for Windows 11, the powerful new (Xbox) gaming features, and how Windows at times gets too big and overwhelming for itself. Read: You can now download the Windows 11 Insider Preview Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at email@example.com Chapters Intro (00:00) What’s new with Windows 11? (00:53) Centre start button (03:45) Android apps! (06:31) New (Vista) look (10:01) All Windows in one (11:41) Xbox at the heart (14:06) Who gets the upgrade (16:14) What’s this TPM? (18:49) How to get Windows 11 (21:36) Everything else (25:05) Outro (27:36)
For a genuine conversation, consider talking to a robot; the less humanized, the better. Consumer researcher Anne Scherer shares her findings on why some machines get us to open up better than actual people, revealing fascinating insights about human nature that could lead to more honest interactions in our day-to-day lives.
The pandemic has brought about significant changes in the way people experience home entertainment. And the audio industry has seen some positive developments. But the important question is: once we get back to the old normal, will this change stay? In this episode, Gyanendra Singh- Head of Audio, Sony India, discusses India’s the audio industry and how the pandemic is shaping it.
Rechristened as Battlegrounds Mobile India, the country’s favourite battle royale title has returned — albeit in early access for now — to its largest market after a nine-month-long government-imposed ban. Gadgets 360 deputy news editor Veer Arjun Singh and deputy video head Cyrus John — both PUBG Mobile veterans — join host Akhil Arora to discuss the new avatar of PUBG Mobile. We talk about the lack of India-specific introductions, the problems with being India-only, the broken friend lists, and how Battlegrounds Mobile India is essentially old wine in an existing (green) bottle. Read: Battlegrounds Mobile India first impressions We also delve into what made PUBG Mobile such a rage in India, the early success of Battlegrounds Mobile India, and why it has (likely) triumphed over global battle-royale king Fortnite. Lastly, we touch upon controversies new and old — and how Krafton could have handled the launch better, and why the ban (naturally) helped PUBG Mobile’s competition in India. Read: BGMI pinged Tencent server only ‘to enable game features’, Krafton says Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org Chapters Intro (00:00) It’s the same (Chinese) game (00:21) Why PUBG Mobile took off (04:54) Bans are great for some (07:53) 5 million already (09:26) Missing friends (12:04) India-only (13:48) The controversies (15:17) No serious attempt (16:56) The China servers (20:37) How gamers feel (22:29) Where’s Fortnite? (25:15) Outro (29:35)
Facebook’s Clubhouse clone rolls out. Here’s how it works. China really does seem to be cracking down on Bitcoin mining. Here’s why that could be important. Some power companies in Texas are remotely adjusting the smart thermostats of users. Here’s why that’s likely the future of things. And had you heard of cyclic propulsion aircraft before? I hadn’t. Let me tell you about it.Sponsors:Skiff.org/ride Cybereason.comLinks:Facebook officially launches Live Audio Rooms and podcasts in the US (Tech Crunch)China to shut down over 90% of its Bitcoin mining capacity after local bans (Global Times)Digital euro will protect consumer privacy, ECB executive pledges (Financial Times)'Woke up sweating': Some Texans shocked to find their smart thermostats were raised remotely (KHOU)Apple Watch accessory maker Wristcam raises $25M (Tech Crunch)Russia has flown prototypes of its six-seat hybrid VTOL Cyclocar (New Atlas)
As people remained locked inside their homes for months, content consumption patterns saw some significant changes. This has had a direct effect on the kind of content being produced. And along with this shift, people have also been looking to upgrade their devices for the best experience. In this episode, Ashim Mathur, Senior Regional Director of Dolby, joins host Nandagopal Rajan to discuss how people are experiencing content and the role Dolby will play in upgrading the quality of home entertainment.
Mudasar Mohamed COO & co-founder of Ezyhaul - On building a digital road freight platform & using tech to organize the trucking Industry in India & South East Asia.
Logistics is the hottest industry to be in right now , according to my guest Mudasar Mohamed, Co-Founder & COO of Ezyhaul. Ezyhaul is a logistics tech startup based in India and South East Asia. They are on a mission to transform transportation logistics by building an ecosystem around shippers, truckers, government agencies, and third party service providers. So in this episode he talks about how they validated the MVP by talking to experts & truck drivers. Talks about being very close to going bankrupt but are now growing fast! 300% in 2 years with $180 million in revenue. Talks about how they digitize the trucking process. Talks about how they use data, dashboards and analytics to improve decision making. Talks about the two reasons why startups fail. Why three is the magic number in founding a startup. What to look for in a co-founder and the qualities you need to be a COO. Talks about the golden rule in growing a 2 sided market. Why do they employ data scientists? Talks about not getting carried away with valuations & Why is the transport industry still 20 years behind? And finally he talks about whether you!.. YES YOU! should pursue entrepreneurship or stay in your 9-5 job and much more! So please enjoy the show. In this conversation we also talk about:Ecommerce is booming.How they matching supply & demandDealing with resistance to change.Beating the competition by entering Tier 2 cities.First impressions of his co-foundersHe shares what he looks for in hiring (do something entrepreneurial)Books/podcasts recommendationsCreating a blue ocean & staying away from the red oceansWhy the focussed initially on Delhi and BangaloreHow they improve the life of truckers.75K trucks on the platformand much more!Linkshttps://www.ezyhaul.com/P.Sif you need something to do during these challenging and difficult times and want some inspiration and need some creativity. check out Skillshare. Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes in design, business, tech, and more. Anyone can join the millions of members in our community to learn cutting-edge skills, network with peers and discover new opportunities.Try Premium free for 2 months and access all my classes!https://www.skillshare.com/r/user/neilpatelmusic by Punch Deck.https://open.spotify.com/artist/7kdduxAVaFnbHJyNxl7FWV
Were some of the base encryption algorithms on cell networks deliberately nerfed? The first ever mass arrest of a ransomware gang? Proof that Google is working on a FindMy network rival? And, of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:Tovala.com/rideCybereason.comLinks:Bombshell Report Finds Phone Network Encryption Was Deliberately Weakened (Vice)Ukraine arrests ransomware gang in global cyber criminal crackdown (Financial Times)Google may be working on an Android version of Apple’s “Find My” network (XDA Developers)Gopuff to Buy Siemens-Backed RideOS in $100 Million-Plus Deal (Bloomberg)Weekend Longreads Suggestions:Ransomware claims are roiling an entire segment of the insurance industry (Washington Post)THE RISE AND FALL OF AN AMERICAN TECH GIANT (The Atlantic)Anatomy of a Seed Round During COVID-19 (Fresh Paint)Meet Wu Dao 2.0, the Chinese AI model making the West sweat (Politico)Tech Companies Are Training AI to Read Your Lips (Vice)How governments and spies text each other (Wired)Airbnb Is Spending Millions of Dollars to Make Nightmares Go Away (Bloomberg)Subscribe to the RideHome+ Feed at: tech.supercast.tech
The all-virtual E3 2021 — video gaming’s biggest annual extravaganza — had a lot to offer, with presentations from the likes of Xbox, Ubisoft, Nintendo, and Square Enix. Gadgets 360 chief sub-editor Shayak Majumder and deputy video head Cyrus John — both gaming nerds — join host Akhil Arora to discuss all things E3 2021. We talk about our favourite games: the “Skyrim in space” Starfield, the Mexico open-world racer Forza Horizon 5, and Guardians of the Galaxy that only lets you play as Star-Lord. Guardians of the Galaxy is out October 26, Forza Horizon 5 follows on November 9, but Starfield isn’t due until November 2022. Read: Everything Xbox announced at E3 2021 Beyond that, we dive into Master Chief’s belated entry into the free-to-play space with Halo: Infinite (late 2021), why we are excited about the first-person Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (2022) and co-op open-world Contraband, and get nostalgic over Age of Empires IV (October 28). Along the way, we touch upon highly-anticipated sequels and follow-ups, be it the cloudy The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, the turn-based Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, alt-history tongue-in-cheek The Outer Worlds 2, and co-op alien corridor shooter Rainbow Six Extraction. Read: Everything Ubisoft announced at E3 2021 Follow Gadgets 360 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. Write to us at email@example.com Chapters Intro (00:00) Guardians of the Galaxy (00:28) Starfield (06:00) Forza Horizon 5 (10:25) Halo: Infinite (14:20) Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora (17:38) Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (22:03) The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 (26:51) Contraband (30:51) Rainbow Six Extraction (34:04) Age of Empires IV (35:51) Outro (38:54)
Facebook is bringing ads to Virtual Reality cause, why not, right? Stories are coming to the Xbox. Why is Google downsizing it’s healthcare team? Why are music artists flooding to Twitch? And is Facebook cornering the VR market like it cornered social media?Sponsors:Tovala.com/rideCybereason.comLinks:Facebook to begin testing ads inside Oculus virtual reality headsets (CNBC)Xbox’s June update adds speech-to-text chat feature (Engadget)Podcasts start coming to Facebook next week (The Verge)Amazon Appstore will reduce developer revenue cut from 30% to 20% and give 10% in Free AWS Credit (AFTV News)EXCLUSIVE: Google is downsizing its health team and moving employees to Fitbit as part of a major reorganization (Insider)Can Streaming Pay? Musicians Are Pinning Fresh Hopes on Twitch. (New York Times)Is Facebook cornering the VR market? (Platformer)
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Lina Khan has not only been confirmed as FTC commissioner, she’s also been named FTC chair. Waymo raises a big new round, which is soops interesting. Spotify joins the audio rooms sweepstakes. A Windows 11 build leaks. And forget Apple Stores, would you visit an actual Apple Health Clinic?Sponsors:Tovala.com/rideCybereason.comLinks:Biden Names Lina Khan, a Big-Tech Critic, as F.T.C. Chair (New York Times)Alphabet’s self-driving car company Waymo announces $2.5 billion investment round (CNBC)GM ups spending on EVs and autonomous vehicles by 30% to $35 billion by 2025 on higher profits (CNBC)Spotify launches its live audio app and Clubhouse rival, Spotify Greenroom (Tech Crunch)Windows 11 leak reveals new UI, Start menu, and more (The Verge)Apple Struggles in Push to Make Healthcare Its Greatest Legacy (Wall Street Journal)
Automattic acquires the popular iOS and iPad OS journaling app, Day One. Everybody wants a piece of Stripe. Stripe wants to be the “Stripe for Identity” all by itself. With HBO vanquished, now Netflix wants to become Disney faster than Disney can become Netflix. And could I interest you in an NFT of the entire World Wide Web?Sponsors:LinkedIn.com/rideCybereason.comLinks:WordPress.com owner Automattic acquires journaling app Day One (Tech Crunch)U.S. Supreme Court revives LinkedIn bid to shield personal data (Reuters)Investors Clamor for a Bigger Piece of Payments Company Stripe (Wall Street Journal)Stripe goes beyond payments with Stripe Identity to provide AI-based ID verification for transactions and much more (Tech Crunch)Amazon brings cashierless tech to full-size grocery store for first time at new Seattle-area location (Geek Wire)Netflix Has a Plan to Sell You Toys, T-Shirts and Concert Tickets (Bloomberg)Web inventor Berners-Lee to auction original code as NFT (Financial Times)