Also on the podcast, we talk about Qualcomm’s struggles in China, and a new tool that lets anyone make an Alexa skill.
We talk about ZTE possibly losing its right to use Google's mobile operating system, Amazon partnering with Best Buy, California's net neutrality law and our profile on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Microsoft delays the Redstone 4 update for Windows 10. Paul Thurrott speculates as to why Microsoft delayed Redstone 4. Paul also talks about future updates and features of Windows 10. Is Windows no longer a priority for Microsoft? And Andrew and Paul discuss privacy concerns in the wake of the Facebook testifying about privacy issues over use the users data.
We explore the dangers of having your VR system hacked, discuss Apple's possible paid news service and weigh in on T-Mobile's fake ringtones.
Also on the podcast we talk about the US export ban on ZTE and Facebook's meme problem.
Facebook CEO faced tougher questions on his second day, Amazon closes its acquisition of Ring, and Spotify & Hulu are opening up their popular discounted bundle
During testimony on Capitol Hill, Mark Zuckerberg talks regulation, ads and Cambridge Analytica.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott debate what is the best smartphone on the market. Plus they follow up on their discussion of the iPhone X notch becoming of a trend a. Why is everyone copying the notch on the iPhone X? Andrew and Paul also look at the future of the tablet market. What role does the tablet play in today's market and will it every be the productivity tool that can replace the desktop?
Facebook starts notifying people affected by the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Oregon passes a rule that enforces net neutrality laws, and Verizon talks about ransomware.
Can Zuck make nice with Congress? Also, we discuss YouTube getting into hot water over how it deals with kids watching its videos and new red iPhones coming.
Hello everyone thanks you for downloading the Best of The Indian Startup Show Part 2. So Today you will hear from Kavita Kapoor, an Entrepreneur, COO of the Microbit foundation, Technologist & Author. Ryan Chadha, entrepreneur & Co-Founder of Jigyasa School. Naveen Jain - Billionaire, Founder & CEO of Moon Express. Neetal Parekh - Founder & CEO of Innov8social Dev Arora, Founder of 8 Minutes.And finally Charanjeev Salva, Founder of SinghStyled.com So sit back & enjoy some of the best moments
Microsoft Windows leader Terry Myerson is out at Microsoft. Paul Thurrott explains the leadership changes at Microsoft. Where is Microsoft headed in the future? Andrew and Paul also discuss how Microsoft, BlackBerry, and Palm missed the mobile revolution. Andrew goes on another rant about issues with the MacBook Pro 2017.
Smarter hearing aids are incorporating AI and fitness tracking, Facebook's Cambridge Analytica problem got worse, and more from Amazon Key.
In today's episode: Facebook axes accounts linked to Russia's Internet Research Agency and Mark Zuckerberg will testify before Congress. Also, the shooting at YouTube's headquarters and robots that serve as companions.
We talk about Spotify's quirky IPO, breaking up with virtual reality and prosthetic limbs.
We look at reviving dead phones, Facebook's next move for privacy, and Trump's feud with Amazon.
On the UK's best tech podcast this week is the verdict on the Galaxy S9, Huawei's awesome low-light shooter and how Andy keeps his home safe.
We discuss the new iPad, Facebook's new privacy settings and why Chromebooks are a hit with security experts.
Google adds support for the notch in Android. Apple announces it's new 2018 iPad at it's education focused event. What's new with the 2018 iPad and is Apple missing any markets? And Andrew discusses the number of complaints he received claiming he is biased after criticizing the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Android.
We preview Apple's "field trip" education event in Chicago and talk about the FTC's investigation of Facebook.
Andrew has Samsung's new flagship phone, the Galaxy S9. Andrew gives his initial review of the Samsung Galaxy S9. What does he like and not like and will he switch back to the iPhone. Andrew and Paul also discuss the Galaxy S9's camera and how it compares to the Pixel 2.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg goes on an apology tour, Huawei loses a key partner in Best Buy, and Etsy lays out its plan for the future.
On today's episode, we talk about the massive call on social media to delete Facebook and why many aren't following it. Also, cybersecurity for elections.
Uber halts its autonomous-driving program after one of its cars hits a pedestrian. Also, AT&T's battle with the Justice Department kicks off.
Facebook is in hot water over data leaked to Trump-affiliated Cambridge Analytica. Also, Apple is looking into making its own display.
We talk to the legendary author about his detective fiction, including a new book set in modern-day Brooklyn, as well as his genre-bending sci-fi.
Trapped indoors by the Beast of the East & Storm Emma. I decided to listen back to the first ten episodes of the Indian Startup Show and put together the best bits. So today you will hear from Harshdeep Singh - Harshdeep, a young entrepreneur from Pune, India. Deepak Abbot - who spent time working at the head of mobile growth at Times internet Stuart Noakes - Co-Founder of Tech Hub Bangalore & Boston Reema Sathe - CEO Happy Roots Krishna Yogi - founder Maptags Devin Millar - lead developer at Nextdrop Pushkar Gaikwad - founder of Aeroleads First I would like to pay tribute to everyone listening and subscribing to show for the past two years.Without you, this podcast would not have been possible! Over 300,000 listens so I’m very grateful. So sit back & enjoy some of the best moments from the first ten episodes. Check out my new class: "Getting Your Podcast Off the Ground!". Get @Skillshare Premium free for 2 months. http://skl.sh/2kRte3f
Google beefs up its security for smartphones, the US levels sanctions against Russia, and the internet of things still scares us.
We discuss sending cash via Alexa, more Equifax drama, and a wonder material that can charge your phone in 7 seconds.
Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the current state of Windows 10 S Mode. Is Windows 10 with S mode finally ready for prime time? The guys also touch on Mac OS and iOS development. And Andrew looks at ordering a Samsung Galaxy S9.
On today's podcast, we chat about hospitals' use of VR, Trump's involvement in Broadcom and Qualcomm, and AMD security flaws.
The SpaceX CEO tells a SXSW crowd he wants to save humanity with a Martian beer, plus ransomware on robots and a "Ready Player One" review.
We break down everything about Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. Is the camera really that great?
TechCrunch attended the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, which is a showcase for ambitious, wild, fast and fantastic cars from basically all the world's automakers. Here's what caught our eye this year.
A new rumor suggests Apple could possibly introduce a lower cost MacBook. How would Apple make a MacBook cost less? Paul discusses the Samsung Galaxy S9 camera. Does it's performance live up to the hype? And Paul also explains what Google needs to do with Android P to fix security issues.
How do you call out a bad tweet? We discuss that, flying cars and Microsoft's Surface Pro with LTE.
Recapping Roger's visit to the world's biggest mobile show.