Plus, a look at Amazon's Fire TV Recast and complaints about Facebook removing posts.
The Google Pixel line of phones just got a new feature called Night Sight, which dramatically improves low-light photos. Will this change the way smartphones capture low-light photos? Night Sight on Google Pixel (0:10) What is Night Sight? How it changes low light photography Is this magic or physics? When will other phones get this feature? What we want from Night Sight How this could reinvent smartphone photography
Paul talks about using the new 2018 MacBook Air. What does Paul like or not like about the new MacBook Air? Paul also explains why the new MacBook Air is the best thing to happen to the Microsoft Surface laptop. Andrew talks about his first impression of the new HP Spectre x360. How does the keyboard compare to the HP Elitebook?
New York and Virginia -- and Tennessee? -- are Amazon's prime selection.
Brendan Sinclair, GamesIndustry.biz's North American Editor joins Adam to reflect on the closure of the game-guide maker Prima and what Microsoft's latest acquisitions might mean for the next Xbox. Lottie Bevan - co-founder of Weather Factory - is one of BAFTA's Breakthrough Brit's for 2018 and reflects on being brave enough to try something different.
A look at the Zozosuit, a new Amazon-Apple partnership and Alibaba's Singles' Day.
Rain was best known for the eerie, sonorous voice he lent to HAL 9000 in the 1968 Stanley Kubrick film. However, he was also celebrated for his decades of performances on the Shakespearean stage.
Apple's new iPad Pro may come with a high price, but Andy is still very excited for it. Plus, Rich tells us about Star Trek being highbrow.
The J2 Core can provide tough competition in the budget Android phone segment and reviewer Aditya Shenoy joins host Pranay Parab to discuss whether it's a worthy challenger. Samsung Galaxy J2 Core (0:25) Android Oreo Go Edition vs regular Android The app ecosystem Should you buy Redmi 6A over this? 8GB internal storage a problem? Gaming performance Cameras A creepy feature that everyone should know about Pricing and features Final thoughts
Cuddle up with Al and Peggy this weekend.
We continue with our discussion on building for India in the #InsightsPodcastSeries and in this episode, focus on building an eCommerce company for Industrial India . To talk about this important topic, We have Rahul, Co-founder of Moglix, a B2B marketplace for Medium to Large businesses. Before starting Moglix, He has held various leadership positions at Google in Asia Pacific and is a graduate of ISB and IIT Kanpur. On this podcast, we discuss building a B2B marketplace for the Indian Industry: Choosing the problem - How do you think about the problem to go after? Importance of market size, and conversely the lack of importance of the size in especially large markets The chicken and egg problem - What comes first in a marketplace - supply or demand? Solving for what comes first on your platform - Identifying the size of buyers and sellers and determining build out of your marketplace Contrasting between B2B and B2C - buying behavior and differences in customers Difference in the decision making process of B2B and B2C customers and ticket size changes the way people buy and product must be built out Cash flow - B2B runs on credit while a B2C is on cash being paid upfront; rethink cash cycles for your business Winning in the space - How Moglix built a well loved and resilient business Building a tech-first marketplace next platform to handle scale in the future Surviving the initial few years and emerging as winners in the space Hiring the right talent for the team, and hiring for B2B B2B businesses are unsexy, finding the right talent needs people with passion for the business and the problem you’re trying to solve Hire a diverse group of people who bring complementary skillsets to your team - Juggle responsibilities till you find the right hire for the role
Ashish Gupta is an outlier for many reasons. A gold medalist in computer science from IIT Kanpur, Gupta built a startup (Junglee) and sold it to Amazon, has been through several near death experiences at his second startup (Tavant), and is now in the process of sunsetting his third entrepreneurial venture, Helion. None of the above make him an outlier though. Over years, Ashish has found a way into some of India’s biggest and most valued startups as an angel investor. From MakeMyTrip, to Flipkart and MuSigma, Gupta has been an early seed stage backer. It’s almost like getting a front tow seat in a blockbuster movie, and also being able to help produce it. There are very few investors who are as humble, intellectually honest and loved by the entrepreneurs. How and why does he stay that way? Please tune in to listen and read the full transcript below to find out more. Hat-tip to Kanika Berry for help with transcription of the conversation, which is produced lightly edited below:
We discuss that foldable phone, Facebook Portal and the best smartphone you can't buy in the US.
We break down the svelte Air and talk about how restaurants are collecting your data with waitlist apps.
This week Andrew and Paul revisit the apple announcement from last week. Is apple trying to convince the consumer that the iPad is a laptop, if so why? The guys also talk about the innovation Intel has been up to and speculate whether they will release a 10nm chipset this coming year.
How is this thing not going to be a gimmick? Also, we talk about Bixby getting smarter and the biggest threat to the midterm elections.
Global demand for natural skin care products is expected to reach £13 billion by 2019. So today I speak to the co-founder sisters of SkinYoga. A 100% natural luxury, vegan skincare brand. It is Founded by 3 Indian sisters. Radhika, Jagriti and Deepika Choudhary. So we have Radhika and Jagriti to talk about their amazing entrepreneurial rollercoaster journey from growing up on a farm to exporting to 29 countries around the world to winning a number of awards. They also talk about the (occasional) fights over the dinner table! Thoughts on the Kardashian culture The lessons they have learned on the way and finally some Rodger Federer & Christiano Ronaldo chat!
The FCC, along with telecom companies, was in favor of voiding a lower court ruling that upheld its 2015-era rules, according to a Democrat on the commission.
Plus, election scams.
Twitter and Facebook are trying to make sure fewer people see misinformation online…but it's still there.
Some big tech companies in the Bay Area have embraced the idea that tax hikes on big business are necessary to tackle problems like homelessness in the region.
Extremist groups have co-opted the Internet's connective power to recruit members. Yasmin Green explores how the Internet has allowed extremism to spread, and how technology can combat it.
When Kashmir Hill filled her home with smart devices, she knew they would collect massive amounts of her personal information. She wanted to understand: what's the ultimate cost of that data mining?
India’s booming startup ecosystem has been mostly about the founders and the investors writing cheques to fund their ideas. But building a startup takes a lot more than just founders and investors. It takes exceptionally talented individuals who take the leap of faith to become part of these startup journeys as employers. And while these professionals may not be the founders, they are highly entrepreneurial. In this week’s Outliers Podcast I sat down with former McKinsey consultant Ananth Narayanan who’s been the CEO of Myntra since October 2015. What sets him apart as an outlier is his deep passion and sense of ownership for Myntra. So much that it’s difficult to tell that he’s not a founder.
Plus, a look at your voter data and a new privacy bill is introduced.
If that's not enough, we also chat about the new iPad Pro and the Mac Mini.
Apple announced a slew of new iPad and Mac hardware at it's October event. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the updated hardware and offer critiques of what Apple should have done. Has Apple pricing gotten too expensive?
We discuss whether the OnePlus 6T is worth buying and if its trade-offs are easy to live with. Reviews editor Jamshed Avari joins host Pranay Parab. OnePlus 6T (0:25) Build and design Notch Trade-offs Headphone jack Comparison with OnePlus 6 USB Type-C accessories Competition from Poco F1 and Zenfone 5Z Software polish Pricing
Saddle up and strike out, the Golden Joysticks awards are nearly with us. Daniel Dawkins, Global Editor-In-Chief at GamesRadar explains what's still on the table. His colleague, Sam Loveridge - with a contribution from Steffan over at Newsbeat - explains the subtle, slow charm of Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2.
A look at what to expect from Apple's press event Tuesday. Plus, a look at Sam's Club Now.
We find out how Facebook is going green in Ireland, uncover a forget-me-not font and check out First Man and Venom.
We continue with the #InsightsPodcastSeries and in this episode, we focus on tackling the Indian market, why selling to Indian businesses is an exciting untapped opportunity and how one can build for India. To talk about this important topic, we have Prayank, a Principal at Accel who invests in B2B, Consumer Brands and Fintech. He has invested in multiple startups solving problems specifically for Indian Businesses across sectors. On this podcast, we discuss building for the Indian Business and how to go about building it out: Indian Business Sector — Why it is an exciting space to build technology enabled startups Picking a sector — What to look for and things to be weary about while picking a sector Handling capital in a B2B business — payment cycles, working capital and managing your finances Dynamics of a marketplace — Building supply, demand and building robust marketplaces
Welcome to the Carfection audio podcast. This week we cover the McLaren Speedtail, new Top Gear presenters and the Paris Motorshow.
By 2050, an estimated 10 billion people will live on earth. How are we going to provide everybody with basic needs while also avoiding the worst impacts of climate change? In a talk packed with wit and wisdom, science journalist Charles C. Mann breaks down the proposed solutions and finds that the answers fall into two camps -- wizards and prophets -- while offering his own take on the best path to survival.
This new series has a much harder edge than other teenage witch shows you've seen before
So who is the quintessential Indian entrepreneur? This is the question we keep asking while analyzing success and failure of Indian startups. On one hand, large scale platforms such as Flipkart and Ola have high profile founders at the helm, always grabbing the headlines. On the other hand, a bunch of low key, reticent and enterprise focused startups such as Mettl continue to create impact in the niches they serve. When Mercer acquired Mettl few weeks ago for $40 million, it didn’t make splashy headlines. And while you would have read the stories by YourStory and The Ken, there’s always more to learn about these entrepreneurial journeys. And with Outliers, we bring you the stories told as it is from the horse mouth. So here’s the podcast, our 76th, with Ketan Kapoor, Mettl’s founder.
Plus, sneaker-buying bots and Twitter's earnings.
Which Is the Best Phone to Buy During Flipkart, Amazon Sales? Deals expert and community manager Harpreet Singh joins host Pranay Parab to talk about the best deals from the ongoing Flipkart and Amazon sales. Flipkart (0:20) Zenfone Max Pro M1 iPhone XS Vu 4K TV Xbox One S Fitbit Charge 2 Amazon (18:02) iPhone X Samsung Galaxy A8+ Honor Play MacBook Air LG 4K TV
We talk about how 5G can shake up how we watch video, examine Apple and Facebook's stance on privacy and break down CNET's exclusive interview with the FCC.
Delving into the new phone's screen, camera and more.
Also, a breakdown of the Razer Phone 2 and the challenge connecting folks in rural areas.
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