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Will the US Government’s “Clean Network” plan lead to the definitive fracturing of the Internet we’ve all feared? Nintendo is killing it thanks to Covid and Animal Crossing. Are Samsung’s new earbuds actually Cool Beans? You no longer have to pay Apple $700 to put wheels on your Mac Pro. And why wireless charging could be a global environmental disaster waiting to happen.Sponsors:DoubleUp.agencyBlueNile.com code: RIDE Links:Trump administration wants to see ‘untrusted’ Chinese apps like TikTok and WeChat removed from U.S. app stores, Pompeo says (CNBC)The US is building a new Great Firewall (Quartz)TikTok to Spend $500 Million on First EU Data Center in Ireland (Bloomberg)TikTok announces first data center in Europe (TechCrunch)Animal Crossing outsells Breath of the Wild in mere months (Polygon)SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS LIVE REVIEW: COOL BEANS (The Verge)OWC undercuts Apple's $699 Mac Pro wheels with $199 conversion kit (Apple Insider)Wireless Charging Is a Disaster Waiting to Happen (OneZero)
All of the headlines from the Samsung Unpacked event: new Galaxy Note 20s, New Galaxy Buds, New Galaxy Watch and more. Disney has already hit its goal for Disney+. ByteDance remains defiant even as Facebook launches Instagram Reels. And Anthony Levandowski remains defiant, even as he is sentenced.Sponsors:DoubleUp.agencyHarrys.com/techmemeLinks: Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra go official from $999 w/ Snapdragon 865+ (9to5Google) Samsung announces the Galaxy Z Fold 2 with bigger screens and better cameras (The Verge) Disney+ grows to more than 60.5M subscribers (TechCrunch) Instagram Reels launches globally in over 50 countries, including US (TechCrunch) ByteDance CEO Says Trump’s Real Goal Is to Kill Off TikTok (Bloomberg) Anthony Levandowski sentenced to 18 months in prison as new $4B lawsuit against Uber is filed (TechCrunch) Files by Google adds PIN protection for your most sensitive files on Android (The Verge)
Last hurrah? Intel iMacs get a major update. The TikTok, Microsoft, Trump situation can only be described as nuts-o-butts-o. Looks like Garmin paid the ransom. Why xCloud is launching soon on Android but not on iOS. And get ready for games to get more expensive with the next generation consoles.Sponsors:DoubleUp.agencyDiscover.bot/podcastLinks: Apple updates the iMac with new Intel processors and a better webcam (The Verge) Trump calls TikTok a hot brand, demands a chunk of its sale price (TechCrunch) Microsoft Should Refuse Trump’s TikTok Payoff (WSJ) Microsoft’s Talks to Buy TikTok’s U.S. Operations Raise Ire in China (WSJ) China Brands Trump’s Demands on TikTok Sale a ‘Smash and Grab’ (Bloomberg) Garmin reportedly paid multimillion-dollar ransom after suffering cyberattack (The Verge)Mergers: Commission opens in-depth investigation into the proposed acquisition of Fitbit by Google (EU Commission) Microsoft’s xCloud game streaming will launch on September 15th on Android (The Verge) Take-Two Interactive coasts to $831.3 million in Q1 2021 revenue as fans flock to online games (Venture Beat) Take-Two: Next-gen software price hikes "reflect the quality of the experience" (GamesIndustry.biz)
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TikTok has not been banned by Trump, but it came close this weekend. Microsoft almost walked away from buying TikTok this weekend, but it looks like it’s back on board and might buy non-Chinese TikTok operations soon. Google invests in ADT. The new Pixel 4As are here. And a profile of the alleged teenaged Twitter hack mastermind who has now been arrested.Sponsors:DoubleUp.agencyKiwico.com/rideLinks: Inside the Microsoft Talks to Buy TikTok’s U.S. Business (WSJ) Microsoft to continue discussions on potential TikTok purchase in the United States (Official Microsoft Blog) Exclusive: Trump gives Microsoft 45 days to clinch TikTok deal (Reuters) Google to invest $450M in smart home security solutions provider ADT (TechCrunch) GOOGLE ANNOUNCES PIXEL 5, PIXEL 4A 5G, AND PIXEL 4A ALL AT ONCE (The Verge) GOOGLE PIXEL 4A REVIEW: BACK TO BASICS FOR $349 (The Verge) System for thwarting deepfakes unveiled (Axios) From Minecraft Tricks to Twitter Hack: A Florida Teen’s Troubled Online Path (NYTimes)
Newslaundry co-founder Abhinandan Sekhri on building an alternative news model & paying to keep the news free!
Indians don't pay for news! Well they do and today my guest is Abhinandan Sekhri, co-founder of Newslaundry, a news, current affairs & media analysis organisation. They are building an alternative news model , so in this episode he talks about building this high risk venture. Old media & new media business models. Not being dependent on eyeballs. Find out which newspaper is worth reading. Dealing with Twitter trolls. Govt interference in the news. Thoughts on PM Modi, Arnab Goswami and what kept him going in the early days. And why the 'self made man' is a myth. Finally we talk about his experience of directing/producing Highway On My plate , the award winning travel and food program. In this conversation we also talk about:Subscription statsHow he got startedMistakes madeThe culture of paying for newsAdvice on building your own media companyWhat questions would he ask PM ModiWorking on a piece about the Delhi riotsGreat food experiences & not so great food experiences.Podcast recommendationsand much more linkshttps://www.newslaundry.com/P,SI am producing a brand new indian comedy drama called he 'The Great indian Startup' Check out the first episode now! Rajeev quits his boring corporate job to start his own venture on comic books with his two friends Veronica and Siddharth. The plot revolves around various issues the entrepreneur faces in starting up - conflicts with girlfriend, family, fundraising, hiring, scaling. Original Scripted Comedy Drama coming soon!https://soundcloud.com/indianstartupshow/new-updated-version-the-great-indian-startup-ep1
Sources say Nvidia is in talks to buy Arm. Music Videos are coming to Facebook in a bigger way. The iPhone is delayed a tiny bit. A run-down of the earnings reports: TLDR: Apple made a ton of money when people thought they wouldn’t but Alphabet shrunk for the first time ever. And of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:Metalab.coJoinFightCamp.com/techmemeLinks:Nvidia in talks to buy Arm from SoftBank for more than $32bn (Financial Times) Facebook Is Set to Finally Get the Rights to Show Music Videos (Bloomberg) Apple confirms short release delay for this year's iPhones (Axios)Comment: Analysts half-right about AAPL’s Q3 … but so wrong! (9to5Mac)Weekend Longreads SuggestionsPhilosophers On GPT-3 (updated with replies by GPT-3) (Daily Nous) Independence, autonomy, and too many small teams (Kislay Verma)Tech Sector Feeling COVID-19’s Economic Pain (Indeed Hiring Lab) The Gig Economy Is Failing. Say Hello to the Hustle Economy. (OneZero) Car Companies Want to Monitor Your Every Move With Emotion-Detecting AI (Motherboard)Subscribe to the Ad-Free Feed!
Deputy Reviews Editor Roydon Cerejo joins host Pranay Parab to talk about the OnePlus Nord. Introduction OnePlus Nord branding OnePlus Nord price OnePlus Nord competition OnePlus Nord vs OnePlus 8 OnePlus Nord verdict
A comprehensive rundown of the big tech testimony in Congress yesterday. Don’t worry. I tried to keep it brief. Are seller fees quietly twice as big a business for Amazon as AWS is? There’s a new king of the smartphone hill as Huawei surpasses Samsung. And I think we can officially say that the Peacock launch has been a success.Sponsors:Today In Digital Marketing podcastMetalab.coLinks: ‘INSTAGRAM CAN HURT US’: MARK ZUCKERBERG EMAILS OUTLINE PLAN TO NEUTRALIZE COMPETITORS (The Verge)Report: Amazon’s Monopoly Tollbooth (ILSR.org) Encrypted Messaging App Telegram Files Antitrust Complaint Against Apple With EU (MacRumors) Google's $2.1 billion Fitbit deal faces EU antitrust probe: sources (Reuters) Canalys: Huawei trumps Samsung for first time in worldwide smartphone market in Q2 2020 (Canalys) TikTok says it will pay creators a total of $2 billion in the next 3 years (Digital Trends)
A rundown of what the big tech CEO’s told Congress this afternoon. Are Samsung and Google about to get a lot more integrated? The biggest news in the ongoing streaming media transformation of Hollywood. Buying out TikTok is going to be pretty expensive. And Shopify’s earnings blow the roof off the place.Sponsors:Metalab.coMintMobile.com/rideLinks: Watch Cook, Bezos, Pichai and Zuckerberg testify in Big Tech antitrust hearing — live updates and analysis (CNBC) Google in Talks to Take Over More Search Tasks on Samsung Phones (Bloomberg) AMC and Universal agree to let movies go from theaters to digital rentals much sooner (The Verge) Exclusive: ByteDance investors value TikTok at $50 billion in takeover bid - sources (Reuters) Shopify shares jump 7% after hot e-commerce company says second-quarter revenue increased 97% (CNBC)
What to expect from tomorrow’s Big Tech Congressional testimony. Instagram is trying to woo TikTok stars. Qualcomm has some amazing new quick charge tech. Roblox continues to look like the next big thing. And Deadspin—the true Deadspin—lives to fight another day.Sponsors:Metalab.coHarrys.com/techmemeLinks: Their Businesses Went Virtual. Then Apple Wanted a Cut. (NYTimes) Google’s Top Search Result? Surprise! It’s Google (The Markup) Congress has battled airlines, banks, tobacco and baseball. Now it’s preparing to clash with Big Tech. (Washington Post) Facebook Offers Money to Reel In TikTok Creators (WSJ) Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 5 refuels phones 50% in 5 minutes, 100% in 15 (VentureBeat) Roblox jumps to over 150M monthly users, will pay out $250M to developers in 2020 (TechCrunch) After Quitting Deadspin in Protest, They’re Starting a New Site (NYTimes)
Google’s offices might remain closed due to Covid for another full year. Australia has sued Google on competition and consumer grounds. Looks like Garmin is being ransomed. A handheld device to replace guide dogs for the blind. And you know Software as a Service, but get ready for Hardware as a Service.Sponsors: Today In Digital Marketing podcastMetalab.coLinks: Google to Keep Employees Home Until Summer 2021 Amid Coronavirus Pandemic (WSJ) ACCC takes second swing at Google for allegedly misleading customers (ITNews) Samsung Galaxy Unpacked trailer teases five new devices to be unveiled on August 5th (The Verge) Garmin outage caused by confirmed WastedLocker ransomware attack (Bleeping Computer) VCs and startups consider HaaS model for consumer devices (TechCrunch) Mobility device for the blind works like a handheld robotic guide dog (New Atlas)
Reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to talk about the Redmi Note 9 Introduction Redmi Note series branding Redmi Note 9 review
Might Twitter have too many cooks in the kitchen to have decent op-sec? Intel has to delay its next gen chip process. Again. The US unveiled official plans for a quantum internet. AT&T announced its nationwide 5G network is operational. And of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:Tovala.com/rideMetalab.coLinks: Exclusive: More than 1,000 people at Twitter had ability to aid hack of accounts (Reuters) Intel's 7nm is Broken, Company Announces Delay Until 2022, 2023 (Tom's Hardware) Big Tech CEO hearing is 'likely' to be postponed (Protocol) U.S. hatches plan to build a quantum Internet that might be unhackable (Washington Post) AT&T's low-band 5G network is now available nationwide (CNET)Weekend Longreads Suggestions: Robinhood Has Lured Young Traders, Sometimes With Devastating Results (NYTimes) Robinhood and How to Lose Money (The Margins) Want to buy a parrot? Please login via Facebook. (Rest Of World) The Inside Story of How a Sleep Tracker Became the Hottest Device of the Pandemic (Marker) How Harvard’s Star Computer-Science Professor Built a Distance-Learning Empire (The New Yorker) The case for and against banning TikTok (Vox) The App of the Summer Is Just a Random-Number Generator (The Atlantic)
Microsoft held their Xbox Games Showcase today where they announced Halo Infinite, Gears 5, and Destiny 2 for the Xbox Series X next gen console. Andrew and Paul discuss the new games and the showcase. Plus rumor has it that ARM may be for sale. Who would be in a position to acquire ARM?
Corning has introduced what it is calling it’s best Gorilla Glass ever, with a tough new name: Victus! HBO Max already has more than 4 million customers. It was Nvidia that was inquiring about buying ARM. And more on the whole ad supported free streaming tv angle.Sponsors:Metalab.coTovala.com/rideLinks: Corning’s new Gorilla Glass Victus could let your phone survive a six-foot drop, plus scratch resistance (The Verge) Plex launches a live TV service with over 80 free channels, most available worldwide (TechCrunch) HBO Max has more than 4 million subscribers, AT&T says (The Verge) Twitter admits hackers accessed DMs of dozens of high-profile accounts (TechCrunch) Nvidia Eyes Biggest-Ever Chip Deal in Pursuit of SoftBank’s Arm (Bloomberg) Hundreds Of Thousands Of Instacart Customers’ Personal Data Is Being Sold Online (BuzzFeed.News)Tesla reports fourth straight quarter of profits (CNBC)
Samsung announces the Galaxy Z Flip 5G! TikTok’s US-based investors are considering buying it out as a last resort. Slack files an antitrust complaint against Microsoft. Fiat Chrysler signs a deal with Waymo that points to that pivot we were just talking about. And an interesting raise involving ugly fruit.Sponsors:Tovala.com/rideMetalab.coLinks: Samsung announces Galaxy Z Flip 5G for $1,449.99 (The Verge) Twitter bans 7,000 QAnon accounts, limits 150,000 others as part of broad crackdown (NBC News) ByteDance Investors Discuss TikTok Purchase (The Information) Slack Accuses Microsoft of Illegally Crushing Competition (NYTimes) Waymo and Fiat Chrysler's next big project is to develop self-driving Ram vans (TechCrunch) Misfits Market raises $85 million Series B to send you 'ugly' fruits and veggies (TechCrunch) Apple Lining up Periscope Telephoto Lens Suppliers for 2022 iPhone (MacRumors) Jeff Bezos hated ads — now Amazon is America's top advertiser (Axios)
Yash Pariani - Founder of The Indian Gaming League. On building India’s most popular esports league & the booming indian e-sport scene
The Indian e-sport scene is booming. So today I speak to Yash Pariani co-founder of The Indian Gaming League. IGL is India’s most popular competitive gaming and esports league that hosts gaming tournaments online and they are growing fast! IGL hosts daily online tournaments and battle royales across all your favourite game titles like Call of Duty Mobile, Fortnite, Dota 2, Fifa 20, 8-Ball pool, Clash Royale, Pubg and many more. So in this episode he talks about how he is creating an infrastructure for Indian gamers. Talks about building trust within the community. How demonetisation helped the esports industry in India. Talks about esports as a respectable career.and finally he talks about Steve Jobs, dealing with concerned parents and dealing with cheats!In this conversation we also talk about:Stats so farKey learnings as an entrepreneurWhy Fortnite became a hit gameWhat you need to be a top esports player?Streaming gamesEsports v traditional sportsWill it become an Olympic eventOffline tournaments v online tournamentshow much can you win?Thoughts on starting your own Esports teamFemale E-gamersSeeking challengeslinks https://www.iglnetwork.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
Apple says it will be 100% carbon neutral by 2030. Microsoft has been talking to Congress ahead of next week’s hearings. LinkedIn is cutting jobs cause of Covid. Smartphone sales took a hit last quarter for the same reason. Coinbase kept its customers from sending BTC to those Twitter hackers. And might the entire autonomous driving industry be pivoting to less autonomy?Sponsors:Tovala.com/rideDiscover.bot/podcastLinks: Apple commits to be 100 percent carbon neutral for its supply chain and products by 2030 (Apple Newsroom) Microsoft President Met With House Antitrust Committee (The Information) LinkedIn cuts 960 jobs as pandemic puts the brakes on corporate hiring (Reuters)iPhone SE attracting Android switchers, unlikely to cannibalize iPhone 12 sales (9to5Mac) Coinbase says it prevented over 1,000 customers from sending $280,000 worth of bitcoin to Twitter hackers (The Block) AMD’s first 7nm Ryzen 4000 desktop chips bring the fight to Intel (The Verge)Self-driving industry takes to the highway after robotaxi failure (Financial Times)Subscribe to the ad-free feed!
Reviews editor Jamshed Avari joins host Pranay Parab to talk about the recent smartphone price hikes and his thoughts on the Realme C11, a new budget smartphone in India. Introduction (0:00) Price rise (1:00) Realme C11 (8:00)
Brian Krebs has a theory of who specifically he thinks was behind the Twitter hijack, but other people have theories too. Netflix kicks off tech earnings season, but also makes a pretty interesting executive move. And of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:TinyCapital.comDiscover.bot/podcastLinks: Who’s Behind Wednesday’s Epic Twitter Hack? (Krebs on Security) 130 high-profile Twitter accounts targeted in hacking attack (The Guardian) Netflix shares fall after earnings miss, weak subscriber guidance for third quarter (CNBC)Weekend Longreads Suggestions Some of Reddit's Wildest Relationship Stories Are Lies. I'd Know – I Wrote Them (Motherboard) Google’s secretive ATAP lab is imagining the future of smart devices (Fast Company) Inside Peacock’s Ambitious Plan to Crash a Crowded Streaming Field (Variety) Everything you need to know about Palantir, the secretive company coming for all your data (Recode) Sale of the Century: The Inside Story of Ethereum’s 2014 Premine (Coindesk) Apple Silicon: The Passing of Wintel (MondayNote)
Andrew and Paul reflect on Apple's big announcement that it will utilize the ARM chipset in future devices. How is ARM changing the computing landscape, and is Intel in big trouble? Paul questions why all laptop computers do not come with SIM card support. And Andrew quickly discusses automating his smart home.
I run down the whole mess of the great twitter hijacking from last night. Facebook is rolling out more labels for politicians. Facebook might also be positioning itself for a TikTok diaspora. Amazon now lets influencers run home shopping-network-style shows on the website. And Apple officially has a podcast.Sponsors:JoinFightCamp.com/techmemeTinyCapital.comLinks: Apple, Biden, Musk and other high-profile Twitter accounts hacked in crypto scam (TechCrunch)A hacker used Twitter’s own ‘admin’ tool to spread cryptocurrency scam (TechCrunch) Hackers Convinced Twitter Employee to Help Them Hijack Accounts (Motherboard) The Interface (Casey Newton) Facebook to label posts about voting from presidential candidates (Axios) Facebook readies global launch of its TikTok competitor (NBC News) Amazon Influence Program opens to live streamers for broadcasting Amazon Life (TechCrunch)How to subscribe to Apple’s free daily news podcast (9to5Mac)
Apple wins its big tax fight with the EU. Sony is doubling PlayStation 5 production because: Covid. Zoom has its own hardware device. An early review of the new Peacock streaming service. And forget 5G. Is it too early to talk about what to expect from 6G?Sponsors:TinyCapital.comBuyRaycon.com/techLinks: Apple Wins Fight Over $14.9 Billion Tax Bill in Blow to EU (Bloomberg) Sony Boosting Output of PlayStation 5 to Meet Surge in Demand (Bloomberg) Google invest $4.5 billion in India's Reliance Jio Platforms (TechCrunch) Zoom introduces all-in-one home communications appliance for $599 (TechCrunch) Samsung: Expect 6G in 2028, enabling mobile holograms and digital twins (VentureBeat) Peacock’s interface aims to recreate the feeling of live TV, but it comes up short (The Verge) Peacock is live: Prices, free trials, devices, shows and movies (CNET)
The Winning Sixer, leadership lessons to master. W.V Raman. Ex-Indian cricketer & coach of the India women's national cricket team | 150th episode
W.V. Raman’s vast experience as a player and coach at the top level will provide wonderful learnings on how to achieve one’s potential in all walks of life. - Sachin Tendulkar. Today I speak with Mr W V Raman - Former test match cricketer , and coach of the indian women's team. We talk about his book The Winning Sixer , leadership lessons to master. He talks about how anyone can be a leader. He talks about building credibility. Biggest mistakes leaders make. He talks about life changing advice from a non-cricketer which led him to break all records in 88-89 season and scoring one of the best knocks overseas by an indian batsman. Talks about dealing with the pressure of playing for India. Nasser Hussain's perceptions on the Indian touring sides in the 1990's and how S.Ganguly changed it. Thoughts on the winner takes all 'mentality' and finally we talk about his current coaching career .In this conversation we also talk about:Dealing with SledgingGetting bowled out for 66 in DurbanDo you have to be selfish to be a top cricketer?Going back to schoolListening to talking ratiosTalks about underrated Indian cricket playersHow he got his big break as a top order batsmanFacing a prime Allan Donald!Life in the dressing roomP.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
Softbank looks like it might want to unload Arm, so let me blow your mind for a second: what if Apple bought Arm? The UK has completely flip flopped on Huawei, now going the full ban route. Is Google the next to line up an investment in Reliance Jio? And Amazon has unveiled a cashier negating shopping cart.Sponsors:TinyCapital.comKiwiCo.com/rideLinks: SoftBank Explores Sale or IPO for Chip Designer Arm Holdings (WSJ) SoftBank hires Goldman Sachs to explore sale options for chip designer Arm after getting inbound interest, sources say (CNBC) U.K. to Ban Huawei From Its 5G Networks Amid China-U.S. Tensions (WSJ)Huawei posts revenue growth in H1 despite sanctions and pandemic (TechCrunch) Google Is in Advanced Talks to Invest $4 Billion in Jio Platforms (Bloomberg) Walmart leads $1.2 billion investment in India's Flipkart (TechCrunch) Amazon’s new smart shopping cart lets you check out without a cashier (The Verge) Google Cloud steps up privacy, security with Confidential VMs and Assured Workloads (ZDNet) Google Cloud's new BigQuery Omni will let developers query data in GCP, AWS and Azure (TechCrunch)Link from today's listener classified: CUSTOMERSERVICE.FUN
SiriusXM looks like it is stepping up to be the big competitor to Spotify in the podcasting space by lining up Podcasting’s biggest ever acquisition. More worrying signs if you’re a regular user of TikTok. Again, everyone wants a piece of Reliance Jio and a piece of the Indian market. And why Apple is warning people about covering the camera on your laptop.Sponsors:TinyCapital.comBuyRaycon.com/techLinks: SiriusXM Is Buying Stitcher in Deal Worth Up to $325 Million (Variety) Amazon says it will not ban TikTok from employee phones (The Verge) For TikTok, an Amazon Ban That Wasn’t, a Wells Fargo Ban That Was (The Information)DNC and RNC warn campaigns about using TikTok (CNN Politics) Google to invest $10 billion in India (TechCrunch) Autonomous drone startup Skydio rises $100 million and launches the X2 commercial drone (TechCrunch) The real reason Apple is warning users about MacBook camera covers (ZDNet)
We could get our first Apple Silicon Macs as soon as this year. Apple Glasses are still a ways away, but Foxconn is already making the lenses. Feverish last minute negotiations ahead of Peacock’s arrival next week. The PC market is definitively not shrinking, thanks to Covid. And as always on Fridays, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:CodeWizardsHQ.com offer code RIDEDoubleUp.agencyLinks: Kuo: Apple Silicon Macs to Include 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air This Year, 14.1-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro Models Next Year (MacRumors) Apple Reaches New Stage in Development of AR Devices (The Information) NBCUniversal’s Peacock is unlikely to reach deals with Amazon and Roku by July 15 launch (CNBC)PC shipments grew 3-11% in Q2 2020 despite coronavirus (VentureBeat)Weekend Longreads Suggestions: How Prosperity Transformed the Falklands (The New Yorker) Our Ghost-Kitchen Future (The New Yorker)Is Anyone Watching Quibi? (Vulture) How Wirecard Went From Tech Star to Bankrupt (WSJ)DE-ESCALATING SOCIAL MEDIA (NickPunt.com) Algorithms are now commodities (The Shape of Code)Hacker News thread about the above (Hacker News) Subreddit where you can answer my hive mind mystery! .And subscribe to the ad-free feed here!
Poco M2 Pro and Redmi Note 9 Pro are a big part of the discussion on this episode of Orbital as deputy reviews editor Roydon Cerejo joins host Pranay Parab. Introduction (0:00) The history of the Poco brand (1:10) Poco M2 Pro clones Redmi Note 9 Pro (3:00) Poco M2 Pro review (7:30) Poco M2 Pro vs Redmi Note 9 Pro vs Realme 6 (15:45)
Coinbase might be the most important IPO of the next several years. More bad numbers from Quibi. Apple wants you to know it is not abandoning Thunderbolt. Elon Musk says he’s gonna win my self-driving by 2020 wager. And I explain my whole Clubhouse versus Twitter analogy from yesterday.Sponsors:DoubleUp.agencyCodeWizardsHQ.com offer code RIDELinks: Exclusive: Crypto exchange Coinbase readies landmark stock market listing, sources say (Reuters) Quibi reportedly lost 90 percent of early users after their free trials expired (The Verge) Apple promises to support Thunderbolt on its new ARM Macs (The Verge) Nvidia eclipses Intel as most valuable U.S. chipmaker (Reuters) Google launches Android 11 Beta 2 with final APIs and behaviors (VentureBeat) Musk Says Tesla Is ‘Very Close’ to Developing Fully Autonomous Vehicles (Bloomberg) Microsoft's plan to make video calls less miserable (Axios)
Facebook fails its own civil rights audit. Details of the new Thunderbolt 4 standard. Details on the new Snapdragon chip. Unpacking what might be in store for the newly announced Samsung Unpacked event. And not an interesting raise, so much as a hella interesting product launch.Sponsors:CodeWizardsHQ.com offer code RIDEDoubleUp.agency Links: Facebook Fails to Appease Organizers of Ad Boycott (NYTimes) Facebook Decisions Were ‘Setbacks for Civil Rights,’ Audit Finds (NYTimes) Exclusive: Apple is working on QR Code payments for Apple Pay, iOS 14 code reveals (9to5Mac) Thunderbolt 4: A supercharged port upgrade with 8K monitor support (Digital Trends) Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 865 Plus is its most powerful mobile chip, designed for gaming (The Verge) Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 event confirmed for August 5th (The Verge) Twitter is working on a new subscription platform, hints job listing (The Verge) Android 11's official launch appears set for September 8th (Android Police) Mmhmm turns your boring Zoom call into a Weekend Update-style TV show (The Verge)
You Got to Know When to Hold Them, Know When to Fold Them! Today I speak to Nitesh Salvi, founder and CEO of Pocket52. He talks about how he went from playing poker in the late nights in his student dorm with friends to building India’s largest poker platform. He talks about how they build trust and loyalty on the platform. Talks about getting rejected over 150 times despite already having a previously successful exit. He talks about creating a white label business as well as a B2C model. Talks about the psychological side of Poker. Dealing with fraud. And we talk about gambling responsibly and finally he talks about his biggest wins and losses on the poker table! and much more.in this conversation we also talk about Growing the user baseSpending 6/7 researching the marketCoin dumpingBuilding a scalable productThe importance of using Lava lamps!Pitch deck adviceCreating the right environment for customersAdvice for first time entrepreneursPlaying poker with his familyReading peopleand much more linkshttps://www.pocket52.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
TikTok pulls it’s app completely for the Hong Kong market. But could the US ban TikTok in the US market? And India shows us what happens when TikTok gets banned. Palantir is about to IPO. A new video compression standard is actually a big deal. And Alphabet’s Loon “moonshot” hits a major milestone.Sponsors:Doubleup.agencyLinkedIn.com/rideLinks: TikTok to pull out of Hong Kong (Axios) U.S. is ‘looking at’ banning TikTok and Chinese social media apps, Pompeo says (CNBC)India’s TikTok shutdown has left careers and fortunes in tatters (Wired) Secretive data startup Palantir has confidentially filed for an IPO (TechCrunch) Palantir Technologies Files to Go Public (NYTimes) Fraunhofer’s VVC promises to reduce video file sizes by 50% to improve mobile network efficiency (VentureBeat) 73. "Father" of the MP3, Karlheinz Brandenburg (Internet History Podcast) U.S. tech chiefs to testify before House antitrust panel on July 27: committee (Reuters) A Bird? A Plane? No, It’s a Google Balloon Beaming the Internet (NYTimes)
Uber buys Postmates for $2.65 billion dollars. There’s an Xbox Series X event coming later this month. An algorithm that could PREDICT Covid-19 outbreaks. Florida becomes the first to enact a DNA privacy law. And Sony’s new, wearable air conditioner, the Reon Pocket.Sponsors:Grammarly.com/techmemeWipers123.com offer code RIDELinks: Uber agrees to buy food-delivery service Postmates for $2.65 billion in stock (CNBC) Uber acquires meal delivery service Postmates for $2.65 billion (The Verge) Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter Suspend Review of Hong Kong Requests for User Data (WSJ) Microsoft announces Xbox Series X games event for July 23rd (The Verge) iOS 14: iCloud Keychain now alerts users about leaked passwords, more (9to5Mac) Can an Algorithm Predict the Pandemic’s Next Moves? (NYTimes) Florida becomes first state to enact DNA privacy law, blocking insurers from genetic data (Washington Examiner) SONY’S WEARABLE, POCKET-SIZED AIR CONDITIONER IS FINALLY AVAILABLE FOR SALE! (Yanko Design)Subscribe to the ad-free feed!
On this episode Eshwar Nilakantan, category lead for TV at Xiaomi India, and Sudeep Sahu, product manager at Xiaomi India, speak with Gadgets 360’s audio and TV expert Ali Pardiwala along with host Pranay Parab. We talk about everything from the Mi Box to the Mi TV 4X and Xiaomi’s strategy in the TV space in India. Xiaomi's journey in the Indian TV market (0:30) Will Xiaomi make premium TVs? (5:30) Why did Xiaomi take so long to launch TVs in India? (7:30) How PatchWall came about (12:30) What do Indians watch on TVs? (15:45) What if people buy Mi Box but not Mi TV? (18:15) Will Xiaomi launch a non-smart TV? (21:15) How Xiaomi designs remotes (24:00) Which is the most popular Xiaomi TV in India? (24:00) What's Xiaomi going to launch next? (34:55) Follow us on Twitter (38:40)