This week, Gigaom columnist Tom Cheredar is our guest as we discuss hackers posting personal data from infidelity site Ashley Madison, the NSA’s best friend is AT&T, Does Amazon overwork its employees, selections from POTUS’s playlist, giant robots!… and much much more.
This week, we’re joined by tech journalist (and former The Drill Down co-host) Tom Cheredar, as we discuss: Taylor Swift tells Apple Music ‘we ARE getting back together’, French cab drivers are revolting, Netflix is about to be bigger than networks, A.I. sasses back, a real GIANT ROBOT DUEL!! … and much much more.
This week, Taylor Swift has ‘bad blood’ with Apple Music, what may be coming in the new Apple Watch 2, Nest‘s new camera, Twitter’s secret project, Lexus teases a real hoverboard … and much much more on The Drill Down.
Geeks Of Doom’s The Drill Down is a roundtable-style audio podcast where we discuss the most important issues of the week, in tech and on the web and how they affect us all.Hosts are Geeks of Doom contributor Andrew Sorcini (Mr. BabyMan), marketing research analyst Dwayne De Freitas, and Box tech consultant Tosin Onafowokan.
This week, Oculus Rift and Windows 10 get launch date & prices, free Amazon shipping for everyone, highlights from Google’s developer conference, MIT’s robot cheetah takes a big leap into the future, and much, much more…
This week, Greg Davies (from TARDISBlend, Blendover, and Heavy Metal Historian podcasts) joins us as we discuss: Jay Z brings major talent into streaming music, Twitter gets into livestreaming, Gender discrimination in tech, an executive order against cyber threats, and the Doctor (as we now know him) turns ten … and much much more.
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 →