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Oct 17, 2019
Thu. 10/17 - Unlocking Tech on Phones Is BrokenOctober 17, 2019
Fingerprint sensors on the Galaxy S10 can be tricked by a phone case, the Pixel 4 face recognition system unlocks your phone even when you’re asleep, Netflix kicks off tech earnings season, Airbnb’s losses double, and Travis Kalanick is getting the Billion’s treatment. Paging Bobby Axelrod...Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.com...
Oct 16, 2019
Wed. 10/16 - Twitter Gonna TwitterOctober 16, 2019
Twitter explains how world leaders can break its rules but they’ll kinda, sorta crack down on them. LinkedIn launches Events, Giphy launches Giphy arcade, DoNotPay fascinates me, and a debrief on yesterday’s Google event.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.com...
Oct 15, 2019
Tue. 10/15 - The #MadeByGoogle EventOctober 15, 2019
All the headlines from the Google hardware event, Apple butts in with new Beats, Libra loses another one, your movie theater wants to rent you movies, and Fortnite is back from the “black hole.”Sponsors:WeWorkRemotelyZapier.com/rideLinks:...
Oct 14, 2019
Mon. 10/14 - Apple's Chinese ConundrumOctober 14, 2019
More China related controversy for Apple, for gaming, for all of tech really… but why Apple suddenly finds itself in a unique bind. More iPhone SE 2 rumors, the latest installment of “Will We Actually Ever See Libra?” and why nobody can play Fortnite right now.Sponsors:WeWorkRemotely.com...
Oct 11, 2019
Fri. 10/11 - Gruber Says Tim Cook's Email "Doesn't Add Up"October 11, 2019
More on Apple’s China controversy, hands-on with Google’s Pixelbook Go laptop, Twitter returns to the Mac, Africa’s first homegrown smartphone, SpaceX and NASA kiss and make up, and of course, the weekend longreads suggestions.Sponsors:Castro...
Oct 10, 2019
Thu. 10/10 - Apple Removed the App Again...October 10, 2019
Apple takes down the Hong Kong app that it reinstated after taking it down in the first place, Waymo will soon let real people into driverless cars, Grammarly is the newest unicorn, and why, if you live in the Bay Area, your house might be without power… but your work probably won’t be.Sponsors:Castro...
Oct 09, 2019
Wed. 10/09 - Where Would We Be Without Lithium-Ion Batteries?October 09, 2019
Twitter used your 2-Factor credentials to sell ads against you, the China/Hong Kong/tech controversies roll on, Mark Zuckerberg is going back to Washington, and the Nobel Prize for chemistry gives long overdue recognition to the most important technology innovation of our time.Sponsors:Today In Digital Marketing Podcast...
Oct 08, 2019
Tue. 10/08 - The PlayStation 5 Is Coming!October 08, 2019
The PlayStation 5 is coming in about a year and Wired has the details, Hulu finally lets you download video, a gamer is banned for voicing support for Hong Kong protesters, how the Galaxy Fold was “fixed,” and Robinhood takes another crack at Cash Management.Sponsors:Castro...
Oct 07, 2019
Mon. 10/07 - macOS Catalina is Here!October 07, 2019
A Kindle Kids Edition is here, Sonos speakers via subscription is here, macOS Catalina is here, but the following tab is gone from Instagram, PayPal is ghosting Libra, and why investors think the time to jump into Quantum Computing is now.Sponsors:Castro Podcast AppToday In Digital Marketing...
Oct 05, 2019
Waymo's Head of Hardware, Satish JeyachandranOctober 05, 2019
Satish Jeyachandran is the Head of Hardware at Waymo. Before that he lead the self-driving team at Tesla, so he was in charge of the Autopilot team, and his job change lead to headlines at the time. Today Satish gives us a history lesson on Waymo, tells us what the future holds for self-driving tech generally, and most importantly for me, answers a question I’ve always wondered. Why go for full autonomy? If you can give me the ability to let the car drive itself on highways, why...