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Beyoncé documentary Homecoming hits Netflix
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access_time3 days ago
Did you know there's a film about Beyoncé's 2018 Coachella performance? Yup.
What The Tech Ep. 437 - Breaking Galaxy Fold
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time3 days ago
Reviews of the new Samsung Galaxy Fold are out, and many are claiming their Galaxy Fold screen is breaking. Should Samsung delay the launch of the Galaxy Fold? Microsoft will launch their own wireless ear buds. Who will buy Surface Pods? Microsoft also announces it plans to sell a disc-less Xbox and Sony announces their new PlayStation 5.
Which Is the Best Budget TV to Buy in India Right Now?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time3 days ago
In the market for an affordable TV? We picked the best affordable TVs that you can buy in India and spoke at length about our selection process and why our top picks are worth buying. Our audio and TV expert Ali Pardiwala joins host Pranay Parab for this episode. The best budget TVs (0:30) How much should you spend to get a good budget TV Which features you can expect from budget TVs Which features won’t be available in this price range Should you get a smart TV? The Best Media Streaming Devices for Your TV How we selected our top picks Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Television in 2019 Why It’s a Bad Idea to Buy TVs Without Seeing Them in Person The best budget TVs in India Samsung UA32N4000 TCL 40S62FS Xiaomi Mi TV 4C Pro The competition iFFalcon by TCL F2 Vu Play 43S6575 Cloudwalker Cloud TV 43SF04X Blaupunkt BLA43AF520 Sony KLV-24P413D
Game On - Embers of War, Hound of Difficulty
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time6 days ago
Gareth Powell's Embers of War series is set amongst the ruins of older civilisations and in the aftermath of a bloody conflict. When they spoke Adam asked Gareth why he was exploring this idea in his latest book, Fleet of Knives.
Best Phones Under 10000 in India (April 2019)
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time9 days ago
On this episode we discuss the best phones under Rs. 10,000 in India as Android expert Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab. Best phones under Rs. 10,000 (0:30) Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 Nokia 5.1 Plus Realme U1 Redmi Note 7 how to remove ads in MIUI 10 Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 Asus ZenFone Max Pro M2 vs Redmi Note 7 vs Realme U1
Game of Thrones comes roaring back
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access_time10 days ago
HBO Now is the place to be this weekend.
We finally get to see what Disney Plus is all about (The 3:59, Ep. 543)
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access_time10 days ago
In this episode: our biggest questions for Disney's streaming service, Julian Assange's arrest, Amazon workers' eavesdropping and tech's influence on the border.
How the heck do you take a photo of a black hole? (The 3:59, Ep. 542)
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access_time11 days ago
We also breakdown the AirPods 2 vs. the Powerbeats Pro, and look at the Library of Congress's plan to go digital.
What The Tech Ep. 436 - Living On The New Edge
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time12 days ago
Microsoft releases a beta of their new Chromium based Edge browser. Paul Thurrott gives his first impressions of the new Edge browser. What does it currently lack and is it a winner? And Paul talks about the next major update to Windows 10 and Windows as a service. Is Microsoft forcing too many updates on users?
Yes, Facebook is still tracking you (The 3:59, Ep. 541)
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access_time12 days ago
Plus, Jack Dorsey's huge Twitter paycheck and the Event Horizon Telescope.
Prime #92 Pubg Arrest , Dont update Whatsapp , Surf Excel
TAMIL TECH Tamil Selvan
access_time12 days ago
Tamil Tech Prime News #92: Whatsapp Updates, Antutu, Realme 3 Pro, T series win, Android Q , Reverse image search WhatsApp, Asus updates, Iqoo , Pixel 4 xl, Redmi Go, Surf excel,
Game On - Games BAFTAs 2019
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time13 days ago
The dinner jacket was unlimbered for its annual outing to the Games BAFTAs and Adam caught up with some of the nominees and winners at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
Would Facebook get any better if we fined Mark Zuckerberg for fake news? (The 3:59, Ep. 540)
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access_time13 days ago
Also, libraries with more cutting-edge tech than Wakanda and 5G speed-test failures.
WrestleMania is upon us!
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access_time16 days ago
This weekend is built for pro wrestling. (I'm not calling it sports entertainment)
Game On - At the Baftas
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time17 days ago
The most glamorous night in UK gaming - but we sent Game On's Adam Rosser who spoke to Tom Green.
INSIGHTS #27 —Meena Ganesh shares her learnings on building Portea
INSIGHTS Podcast Series Accel
access_time17 days ago
INSIGHTS #27 —Meena Ganesh shares her learnings on building Portea
India’s first man in space, Rakesh Sharma, on how keeping a low profile has been liberating
Outliers FactorDaily
access_time17 days ago
The first Indian in space, Rakesh Sharma, talks about his journey becoming an airforce test pilot, going to space, and life after space. Produced by Anand Murali Music Credit: http://www.accelerated-ideas.com/
The Best Budget Bluetooth Headphones in India
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time17 days ago
On this episode we discuss the best affordable Bluetooth earphones in India. Our audio expert Ali Pardiwala joins host Pranay Parab. The best budget Bluetooth headphones What to expect from Bluetooth earphones Jabra Elite 25e JBL E45BT OnePlus Bullets Wireless How we selected these Thoughts on codecs and how they affect audio quality
CNET Book Club: Josh Frank on bringing the Marx Brothers and Salvador Dalí together
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access_time17 days ago
In Giraffes On Horseback Salad, the author and his collaborators, including Tim Heidecker, bring a long-lost film project to life.
Redmi Note 7 Pro - FAQ - எல்லாமே !!
TAMIL TECH Tamil Selvan
access_time18 days ago
Redmi note 7 Pro Gaming, heating, 48mp camera truth, sensors, bend test & more in Tamil Tech
What The Tech Ep 435 - Apple Cancels AirPower
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time19 days ago
Apple announces that they will not being able to launch it's wireless charging pad, AirPower. Andrew and Paul discuss Steve Jobs' legacy and what Apple would have looked like today if he was still alive. Paul brings up Bill Gates' legacy at Microsoft and their retaliatory tactics. And Paul fields a few question from viewers.
AirPower is just one of Apple's many blunders (The 3:59, Ep. 539)
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access_time19 days ago
Plus, Impossible Whoppers and Apple's big TV Plus event.
Game On - The Way of the Shinobi
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time20 days ago
Edwin Evans-Thirwell joins Adam to talk about the latest game from From Software. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is as unrelenting as we've come to expect from From. But, as Edwin points out, this a game that's more than just 'hard'.
Barry is back for its second season
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access_time24 days ago
Bill Hader's excellent comedy series returns on HBO.
What The Tech Ep. 434 - Apple Announces Apple TV Plus And More
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access_time24 days ago
Apple announces a slew of new services including Apple TV Plus, the Apple Card, and Apple Arcade. Why did Apple have an event if none of the new services are ready? Paul ponders whether there will be an Apple TV app for Roku. Plus Andrew and Paul discuss Windows as a service subscription and if its a possibility.
Apple goes big on services with TV Plus, Arcade, News Plus: We react (The 3:59, Ep. 538)
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access_time26 days ago
Let's break down all of Apple's big announcements from Monday.
Can Redmi Go Be the Affordable Smartphone That Kills Feature Phones?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time26 days ago
Redmi Go is a sub-Rs. 5,000 smartphone that may tempt feature phone users to make the step up to smartphones. Reviews editor Jamshed Avari and games editor Rishi Alwani join host Pranay Parab to talk about this smartphone. Redmi Go (0:30) Pricing Specifications Design Build quality Camera performance Display Gaming performance Competition
CNET Book Club: Douglas Rushkoff on why we all need to join Team Human
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access_time29 days ago
The author of Present Shock and Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus talks about his new book, and how the future of technology lies in human collaboration.
Do Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7, Mi Soundbar Redefine Their Price Segments?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time1 month ago
We discuss the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, Redmi Note 7 Pro, and the Mi Soundbar on this episode. Reviewers Aditya Shenoy, Ali Pardiwala, and Roydon Cerejo join host Pranay Parab Redmi Note 7 Pro (0:30) Redmi Note 7 Pro review Build and design Performance Heating issues Display Battery life Camera performance Redmi Note 7 (10:17) How to Remove Ads From Xiaomi Phones Running MIUI 9 Overview In-depth camera performance analysis Battery life Software Mi Soundbar (27:22) Mi Soundbar review Design and set up Sound quality for movies Big weaknesses Thoughts on pricing Sound quality for music
INSIGHTS #26 with Shradha Sharma: Beating the odds to build a disruptive media powerhouse
INSIGHTS Podcast Series Accel
access_time1 month ago
We continue the #InsightsPodcast series, and on this edition, we have the ever-inspiring and charming Shradha Sharma, Founder & CEO of YourStory. In this podcast, we uncover Shradha’s journey from being a young girl from Patna to building the media powerhouse that YourStory has become today, with a team of 93 people, 80,000 stories published, 1 million subscribers and 20 million readers reached. Being on the other side of the hot seat for a change, Shradha reflects on her successes and how she scaled as a founder over the past decade. From starting off as an idea to tell positive stories (something that she saw was lacking, in her experience at established media houses) to reaching a stage where the Prime Minister called out to the nation’s youth to read YourStory for inspiration, it has been a long journey for Shradha, where staying true to the vision proved crucial. We get a peek into Shradha’s childhood: growing up in a family with four daughters and a son, raised alone by her mother while her father was away on work in the Merchant Navy. Shradha was a go-getter from the start and left no stone unturned to give her mother ample opportunities to be proud. She went on to major in History from St Stephen’s in Delhi, where she discovered her love for communication and writing, and also met the love of her life. Shradha did stints with The Times of India and CNBC in Mumbai and climbed the corporate ladder before finding her calling in sharing relatable stories of common people, which she felt needed to be celebrated. Shradha recalls the struggles in the early days – not just to convince investors that she was not building an NGO but also in getting friends to join her. She was ridiculed, everyone said it wasn’t going to work, but she always had the conviction. In fact, the constant undermining helped stoke a fire in her belly, she shares. “I chose to be the heroine of my story and not the victim. I used every stone thrown at me. I knew my business was not going to be an overnight success, and that it will take time to build. I wasn’t chasing big money or building a unicorn but drew joy from the work, it was what I loved doing.” Talking about lessons learnt on both professional and personal front, Shradha has creative acronyms MNM (Mind, Network, Market) and 3Ms (Meditation, Medication, Mentorship). She says it’s important for founders to control their “mind”, invest in building a network with a focus on ‘giving’, and for the market to align with you. She illustrates on how increasing digital penetration and the coolness quotient associated with starting up provided tailwinds to YourStory’s growth. At a personal level, Shradha has benefitted from both meditation and medication to overcome the agony of personal tragedies. She emphasises the importance of mentors and being open to asking for help from young and old alike. She laughingly points out that entrepreneurs become comfortable with being shameless in asking for help, thanks to the innumerable times they get no as an answer. Things change for the better, though, as one treads along the path to success, “Aaj kal toh mere acche din aaye hue hain (My good days are here!),” she jokes. Shradha adds that the ability to communicate well (storytelling) is extremely crucial while building for success and that the narrative should evolve as stakeholders change. She talks about how investors have been a positive force in her journey, helping her shape into a better CEO by ensuring for discipline, rigour and accountability. Just like any other founder, the journey has not been an easy one for Shradha and has involved making some hard decisions and surviving through tough times including those in personal life such as the unfortunate tragedy of losing her mother, who was a major source of inspiration.
Are you buying Apple's new AirPods with wireless charging case? (The 3:59, Ep. 537)
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access_time1 month ago
Also, we talk about Google's Stadia gaming service, more facial recognition and border tech.
What The Tech Ep. 433 - Google Gets Into Game Streaming With Stadia
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time1 month ago
Google announced at GDC a new game streaming service called Stadia. How will Google's game streaming service change gaming? Andrew and Paul discuss that question and many others including pricing, game availability, and whether Google will be successful with Stadia.
LinkedIn Speaker Series with Laird Hamilton and Gabby Reece
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access_time1 month ago
Join us as LinkedIn Wellness Director Michael Susi sits down with international fitness icon, nutrition expert, and legendary big-wave surfer, Laird Hamilton, to discuss Laird’s take on human resilience, relationships, business, technology, risk-taking, and the importance of respecting the natural world ‒ all through the lens of his life both in and beyond the ocean. While the world increasingly seeks happiness from fads and self-help books, Laird Hamilton  focuses on looking inward and appreciating the brilliant creature we already are. In his book, Liferider, Laird uses five key pillars – Death & Fear, Heart, Body, Soul, and Everything is Connected – to illustrate his unique worldview and life practices, offering inspiration to anyone who wants to elevate their ordinary, landlocked life to do extraordinary things.  Liferider is based on extensive interviews and conversations between Laird and his co-writer, Julian Borra, with additional insights from Laird’s wife, pro-volleyball player Gabby Reece, joined us for this event as well.
Would you eat lab-grown meat? (The 3:59, Ep. 536)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus, facial recognition, and the new iMac.
Game On - Gold masks and Green Poison
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time1 month ago
Sam Loveridge, GamesRadar's new editor joins Adam to look at the 2019 Games BAFTAs nominations and to give The Division 2's bumps a feel. No Kirk McKeands were harmed in the making of this podcast.
Apple's iPad family welcomes back refreshed iPad Air, Mini (The 3:59, Ep. 535)
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access_time1 month ago
We also talk facial recognition and Google at GDC.
Does a foldable Razr smartphone tickle your nostalgia bone? (The 3:59, Ep. 534)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus, more on the Facebook outage and why DirecTV Now is a bad deal.
Do Pop-Up Selfie Cameras Justify Prices of Oppo F11 Pro, Vivo V15 Pro?
Orbital Gadgets 360
access_time1 month ago
We discuss the Oppo F11 Pro and the Vivo V15 Pro on this episode. Reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to discuss the two phones. Oppo F11 Pro (0:30) Pricing Specifications The pop-up selfie camera Similarities with Vivo V15 Pro The competition Performance Design and build quality Final thoughts and verdict
Does the Galaxy S10E slay the iPhone XR? (The 3:59, Ep. 533)
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access_time1 month ago
We break down the review of Samsung's "budget" Galaxy S10, talk about Verizon's 5G service and honor The Matrix.
Apple TV Service Rumor
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time1 month ago
Apple is holding an event later this month where they rumored to be announcing a new TV service. What would an Apple TV service look like and cost? Andrew and Paul discuss the rumored TV service and how it could impact other streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu and Netflix. Are there too many video subscription services?
Game On - Learning with LARP and Washington at war
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time1 month ago
Washington's under siege in the upcoming game from Ubisoft, The Division 2. Adam's spoken to the game's creative director and lead environment artist about putting D.C. front and centre. And what can we learn from a LARP? More than you'd expect. Nikolas Lloyd - Lindybeige on Youtube - has been out to the Czech Republic to take part in Legion: Siberian Story and come to a greater appreciation for snow. This podcast may include lengthy digressions.
Elizabeth Warren goes after big tech (The 3:59, Ep 531)
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access_time1 month ago
Plus, Jordan Peele's next horror flick from SXSW and Tesla reversing course.
Binge Marvel movies this weekend in honor of Captain Marvel
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access_time1 month ago
Netflix is the place to be for some heroes at home.
INSIGHTS #25 — Kunal Shah shares anecdotes from his entrepreneurial journey
INSIGHTS Podcast Series Accel
access_time1 month ago
We continue with the #InsightsPodcast series, and on this edition we have Kunal Shah, Founder & CEO of Cred and Founder & ex-CEO of Freecharge. Freecharge was part of the first wave of e-commerce startups along with the likes of Flipkart and Paytm. Freecharge was acquired for $450m by Snapdeal in 2015 making it the biggest startup M&A at the time. The podcast starts off with Kunal talking about his early days, how he started working at an early age of 15 to help his family survive through a severe financial crisis. He juggled between a full-time job, pursuing a bachelor’s in philosophy (chosen based on class timings that were possible given his commitments) and some freelance activities in the evening, making him financially independent at a young age. Kunal talks about his journey from a being a freelance designer and programmer, to building a small SaaS company that pivoted multifold to eventually become Freecharge. After Freecharge, Kunal did a couple of stints in investing, before deciding to startup again in 2018 with Cred. Kunal goes on to joke about how he has done everything under the sun from selling music CDs, selling Mehendi, doing SaaS, running a BPO company, having a laptop import business to eventually doing ecommerce. Kunal further delves into how he achieved product market fit for FreeCharge. It started with the simple idea of offering mobile top-up (which was the largest selling product at the time) free of charge to draw enough customers on the platform to potentially build a business on top of that, very much on the lines of the ‘loss leader strategy’ adopted by grocery stores to attract footfall. Kunal saw the big opportunity in mobile recharge space, which had a use case for 99% of population who were on the verge of getting comfortable with online transactions, thanks to IRCTC. That along with reduced interest among merchants who were selling it offline, due to diminishing margins made it a no brainer that these transactions would move online. Kunal nicely puts this into words: “I saw recharge as the gateway to a transacting India” Kunal goes on to jokingly call himself a mediocre founder who’s found a great product market fit. He adds: “Terrible product market fits, even with the greatest founders can never create value. Fighting headwinds never creates value, you only burn fuel.” Kunal also talks about how it is challenging to get investors and team members on board when dealing with original ideas that do not have any global models to serve as comparables. Interestingly, these original ideas that have disproportionate wealth creation opportunities. We see Kunal’s inner philosopher come out as he explains how platforms with high frequency of transactions almost always win because the trust and habit built over many transactions enables such categories to expand faster in a mistrust democracy like India. Kunal also sheds light on his famous Delta 4 theory that encapsulates the need for new products to create significant delta in value creation for the customer through superior product/ service experience making the switch from old behaviour to new behaviour irreversible, instead of giving massive discounts to infuse the delta in value creation for customers which is not sustainable without systematic change in behaviour of the consumer. The podcast ends with Kunal answering a few audience questions that include his words of wisdom to fellow entrepreneurs to succeed in a rapidly changing world: “Founders that try to fit in don’t raise the bar. So if you want to be an outlier, don’t try to fit in.”
VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)
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access_time2 months ago
We also discuss more foldable phones and talk Captain Marvel.
Chromium Around The Edge
What The Tech Podcast GFQ Network
access_time2 months ago
Microsoft new Chromium based Edge browser is revealed in leaked screenshots. Andrew and Paul discuss recent history of web browsers like Firefox and Chrome. Andrew brings up Windows Lite. Is there any new info about Windows Lite? And Paul look back at the Microsoft Band. What went wrong?
Which is better: Roku or Amazon Fire TV? (The 3:59, Ep. 528)
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access_time2 months ago
Plus, Alexa now works with Roku, and Netflix vs. Spielberg.
Game On - Devils on the Cloud
Let's Talk About Tech BBC
access_time2 months ago
The secret charm of the Devil May Cry series explored with Dom Peppiatt of the Daily Star and Games Radar's James Jarvis is looking to the future of the PC in the cloud. We also talk about the shape of consoles to come and the launch of the Daily Star's monthly tech and games supplement. On a point of order: Mr Peppiatt took pity on my frailness *cough-hack* and didn't correct me when I called him by his Twitter handle throughout. Such kindness should not go unmentioned.

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