This week, Tosin and Andy are once more joined by Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) as we discuss: Gigaom says goodbye, Wikimedia stands up against the NSA, Apple’s big Spring event, Marvel’s Daredevil comes to Netflix… You know who ya gonna call!!
In this special edition of The Drill Down, Andrew Sorcini & Dwayne DeFreitas discuss Apple‘s 2015 “Spring Forward” event, covering the release of the Apple Watch, new MacBooks, HBO Now on Apple TV, and more.
This week, Dwayne and Andy are again joined by Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) as we discuss: Valve’s VR headset is unveiled, the most funded project on Kickstarter, the FCC defends Net Neutrality, Blade Runner 2, and we say goodbye to a sci-fi legend…
This week, Dwayne and Andy are joined by Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) as we discuss: Edward Snowden answers almost anything, Reddit want you to keep your clothes on, how to keep drones out of your backyard, a new Pebble watch… and much much more.
This week, former The Drill Down co-host (and current co-host of TARDISBlend) Tom Cheredar joins Dwayne and Andy to discuss how hackers pulled off one of the largest heists in history, a toy from the 50s is updated for the 21st century, the FAA grounds Amazon’s drone plans, and…is Apple building a self-driving car?
This week, Amazon may rise from the ashes of old Radio Shack brick & mortars, Apple’s plans to resurrect Beats, FCC wants to give citizens faster broadband & net neutrality, Is Google getting into ride-sharing, Uber gets into driverless cars, how women are rising above Silicon Valley “bro-culture”, and The Pirate Bay rises again. All this and much much more on The Drill Down.
The future of television is an uncertain one, and things have just got even more unclear. Recent figures are showing that 150,000 US citizens decided to cancel their pay-TV subscriptions and move to on-demand services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime last year. Meanwhile, companies providing pay-TV packages are reporting that subscriptions are down by around 25,000 compared to previous years. It continues to show a trend of people cutting the cord and moving away from traditional methods of TV distribution, instead embracing the new online model being driven by certain tech giants. Continue reading →