Bloomberg Businessweek


Pandemic-Stock Era Comes to Shuddering Halt

Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU Langone, talks about research showing booster doses of Covid-19 vaccines increasing protection against both the delta and omicron variants. Bloomberg News West Coast Correspondent Ed Ludlow explains why the boom the pandemic helped create for stay-at-home stocks is vanishing. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber has an overview of the new issue of Businessweek Magazine. Todd Southwick, CEO at ITrustCapital, discusses buying and selling cryptocurrencies through IRAs. And we Drive to the Close with Alan Lancz, Research Director at
Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan.
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Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript with Charlie Gerard

Charlie Gerard is an incredibly productive developer.  In addition to being the author of Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript, her website has a long list of really interesting side projects exploring the intersection of human computer interaction, computer vision, interactivity, and art.  In this episode we touch on some of these projects and broadly
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WSJ Tech News Briefing

The Wall Street Journal

Bills to Rein In Big Tech Face Fierce Lobbying Ahead of Key Meeting

The Senate Judiciary Committee is meeting on Thursday to discuss two bills that could rein in the power of big tech, and both the tech giants and their detractors are spending big to lobby for or against them. WSJ reporter Brody Mullins joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss what is in the bills and how the lobbying efforts are playing out.
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IT TMI- IT에 대한 Too Much Information


Harvard Data Science Review Podcast

Harvard Data Science Review

The Harvard Data Science Review (HDSR) podcast aims to show news, policy, and business through the lens of data science. Each episode is  a ‘case study’ into how data is used to lead, mislead, manipulate, and inform the important decisions facing us today

Tech News Weekly (Video)


TNW 214: Spilling the Web3 Tea - TikTok Beat Google in 2021, Lickable Screens, Text-to-Image AI, Echo Fall-Off

Jeff John Roberts breaks down the Twitter spat between Jack Dorsey and the Web3 bros and why he believes VC funding goes counter to decentralization.
Abrar Al Heeti from CNET talks about the many reasons that TikTok beat out Google as 2021's most popular web domain.
Jason looks into the future of lickable screens as well as the developments of text-to-image synthesis using artificial intelligence.
Mikah summarizes new documents that show how a large percentage of Amazon Alexa users stopped using the device within weeks of owning one.

Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent
Guests: Jeff John Roberts and Abrar Al-Heeti
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AWS Podcast

Amazon Web Services

#499: AWS IQ for Experts

Learn how AWS certified experts and consulting firms are using AWS IQ to connect with customers for architecture consulting and hands-on project work. In this episode, Simon speaks with Emily Garrett (Sr. Product Manager at AWS), and Vik Korrapati (Software Developer at AWS) about the types of projects on AWS IQ, best practices for working with customers, and tips and tricks to close more leads.

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Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast: Agile storytelling from the trenches

Vasco Duarte, Agile Coach, Certified Scrum Master, Certified Product Owner

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Business of Tech

MSP Radio

Jason Beal on Regulation, Compliance, the cloud, and how he would build an IT services company

A discussion with Jason Beal of AvePoint. What is coming for regulation, for compliance, the cloud, and what would he build in an IT services company. What's your take on the regulation moving through Congress? Will IT become a regulated industry? How much do you think the ISV takes on risk management? Is the vision of the future around compliancy management? What are partners telling you about cloud management? If you were starting an IT services company, what would it look like? Is the future consulting? What does 2022 hold? Want to get the show on your podcast app, or get the written versions of the stories? Subscribe to the Business of Tech: Support the show on Patreon: Want our stuff? Cool Merch? Wear “Why Do We Care?” - Visit Follow us on: Facebook:

Tech Stuff


Tech stuff is podcast about tech done by me Aariz Athar and my Co host Esa Hashmi. On this podcast we like to talk and discuss tech. It could be the newest phone or the laptop join our journey on discovering tech.

Markets Daily Crypto Roundup

Crypto Update 1/10/22 | Web 3.0 Is Too Complicated

With crypto markets threatening a dip under major support levels and a close look at what makes Web 3.0 so complicated, CoinDesk’s Markets Daily is back with the latest news roundup.This episode is sponsored by Kava. Today's Stories: ... Read the full show notes here.This episode was edited & produced by Adrian Blust. -Kava lets you mint stablecoins, lend, borrow, earn and swap safely across the world’s biggest crypto assets. Connect to the world's largest cryptocurrencies, ecosystems and financial applications on DeFi’s most trusted, scalable and secure earning platform with Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

This Week in Google (Audio)


TWiG 644: The Year's Best - The Best TWiG Moments of the Year!

Leo Laporte takes us through some of the best moments from the past year. 2021 highlights include:
Sea-shanty TikTok!
Bernie Mitten Memes!
Trey Ratcliff Talks About NFTs
Is Linux REALLY Better?
How To Create For TikTok
Sabrina VHS Results in Felony
Nobody Seems to Like FLoC
Beethoven and Content ID on YouTube
Map of the Internet
Can Disinformation Be Stopped?
Is Sundar Pichai An Effective Leader?
Leo's Sudoku Recommendations
Sweet Dreams, TWiG
Catching Up With Craig Newmark
TikTok's 'Grace Kelly' Acappella Challenge
Billie Eilish... On Your Echo Studio?
Craig Newmark barbershop quartet!

Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and Ant Pruitt
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The Economist

Babbage: Havana syndrome

New cases of Havana syndrome are baffling scientists. Alok Jha investigates the theories behind the mysterious malady plaguing Western diplomats. Are microwave weapons to blame, or could the illness have psychological origins?For full access to The Economist’s print, digital and audio editions subscribe at and sign up for our weekly science newsletter at  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Studio 1.0


Michael Saylor

Emily Chang speaks with MicroStrategy Chairman and CEO Michael Saylor about his company's rise and fall during the dot com boom, the decision to put bitcoin on MicroStrategy's balance sheet, future plans to buy more bitcoin, and expectations from pending regulation.
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CoRecursive: Coding Stories

Adam Gordon Bell - Software Developer

The Internet Is Made of Duct Tape

Today, I have two of my favorite guests together: Krystal Maughan and Don McKay. We are going to be sharing strange and interesting facts about computing. I'm super pumped about this because, sometimes, I learn something new, and I'm excited about it. And I want to tell people about it. And so today is a chance for Don and Krystal and I to share some of these "Oh, my God. Did you guys see this?" stories. Episode Page Support The Show Subscribe To The Podcast Join The Newsletter

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Connie Loizos & Alex Gove

Andrew Chen on Cold Starts, Substack and What’s Next for Clubhouse

Connie & Alex pick their favorite tech story of the week and then talk to Andrew Chen, a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, about his new book, The Cold Start Problem, which tries to unlock how some of the most prominent startups in Silicon Valley have used network effects to scale. 

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This Week in Enterprise Tech 476: No-code Taking Center Stage

White House Meets With Software Firms and Open Source Orgs on Security
Scammers put fake QR codes on parking meters to intercept parkers' payments
AWS Speed-Patches "Superglue" Vulnerabilities
New Cyberattack Campaign Uses Public Cloud Infrastructure to Spread RATs
Canon can't get enough toner chips, so it's telling customers how to defeat its DRM
Christian Thun, VP of Engineering of Agiloft, talks no-code/low-code in the enterprise.

Hosts: Curt Franklin and Brian Chee
Guests: Oliver Rist and Christian Thun
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Tech News Weekly (Audio)


TNW 211: Square Embraces the Block-chain - Tech Fails of 2021, Ubiquiti Hack Fail, Miniaturized Camera Tech

Benjamin Pimentel from Protocol discusses Jack Dorsey's sudden departure from Twitter, Square's rebranding to Block, and how it all goes back to crypto.
A former developer for Ubiquiti has been charged in trying to extort Bitcoin from the company in an elaborate scheme that failed because of a VPN glitch.
Roger Cheng from CNET walks through his list of some of the biggest tech fails from the year and this time, it's not fun and games like it usually is.
Researchers have miniaturized camera technology to the size of a single fleck of salt and the quality of the images rivals cameras 500,000 times larger in volume.

Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent
Guests: Benjamin Pimentel and Roger Cheng
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Techmeme Ride Home

Ride Home Media

Thu. 01/20 – Meta Wants To Bring NFTs To Your Insta Profile

Meta is working on NFTs for Instagram and Facebook while Google is starting a blockchain team. Instagram Subscriptions launches. Google Play Games launches on Windows. Amazon launches its first physical fashion store. And why, by this summer, you will only be able to pay the IRS your taxes online by doxing yourself? owner Meta dives into NFT digital collectibles craze (FT)Google Forms Blockchain Group Under Newly Appointed Executive (Bloomberg)Instagram launches early test of creator subscriptions in the US (TechCrunch)Google Play Games for PC starts limited beta for Android games on Windows, sharing system requirements (Android Police)Amazon to try another tech-infused retail concept with ‘Amazon Style,’ its first physical fashion store (GeekWire) Says Regulators Haven’t Reached Out After Hack (Bloomberg)Web3 ‘P

Recode Media


So … what the hell is Web3? With the Chernin Group’s Jarrod Dicker

What the hell is Web3, why did everyone start talking about it all at once, and are we going to still be talking about it in a few months? Jarrod Dicker, an investor at the Chernin Group, may know the answers to some of those questions, so he sat down to talk with Recode’s Peter Kafka. For years, Dicker has been in and around crypto — Web3 is really a rebranding of crypto — but he also knows the media business: Prior to Chernin, he was an executive at the Washington Post. He’s bullish on Web3 because that’s his job, but he’s also got a nuanced perspective on what this stuff does and doesn’t mean for lots of different businesses.

Featuring: Jarrod Dicker (@jarroddicker), Partner at the Chernin Group
Host: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at Recode
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Kubernetes Podcast from Google

Craig Box

Kubernetes 1.23, with Rey Lejano

Learn all about what’s new in today’s Kubernetes 1.23 with its release team lead, Rey Lejano. Rey is a Field Engineer at SUSE/Rancher Labs, and a contributor to the Docs, Release and Security SIGs. Long time listener Adam also drops by to ask Craig what’s been happening with the hiatus.
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AI with AI: Artificial Intelligence with Andy Ilachinski



Welcome to Season 5.0 of AI with AI! Andy and Dave discuss the latest in AI news and research, including. The White House calls for an AI “bill of rights,” and invites comments for information. In its 4th year, Nathan Benaich and Ian Hogarth publish their State of AI Report, 2021. [1:50] OpenAI uses reinforcement learning from human feedback and recursive task decomposition to improve algorithms’ abilities to summarize books. [3:14] IEEE Spectrum publishes a paper that examines the diminishing returns of deep learning, questioning the long-term viability of the technology. [5:12] In related news, Nvidia and Microsoft release a 530 billion-parameter style language model, the Megatron-Turing Natural Language Generation model (MT-NLG). [6:54] DeepMind demonstrates the use of a GAN in improving high-resolution precipitation “nowcasting.” [10:05] Researchers from Waterloo, Guelph, and IIT Madras publish research on deep learning that can identify early warning signals of tip

MIT Technology Review Brasil


A maior publicação de tecnologia do mundo chega ao Brasil e André Miceli, Carlos Aros e Rafael Coimbra se juntam para formar o podcast semanal da marca.


Populus Radio, Robert Ambrogi

Ep 148: Exterro’s Bobby Balachandran, ‘LegalTech CEO of the Year’

Bobby Balachandran, founder and CEO of governance, risk and compliance company Exterro, has just been named LegalTech CEO of the Year in the Legaltech Breakthrough Awards. In a year in which so many legal tech companies have seen significant growth, it is a notable honor. But Balachandran is hardly resting on his laurels. He is already eyeing an IPO in the year ahead.    A computer scientist by training, Balachandran founded Exterro in 2008, quickly convincing a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company to sign on as his first customer. In 2018, Exterro received a reported $100 million investment – at that point one of the largest investments ever in a legal tech company – and went on to make two major acquisitions – of data privacy company Jordan Lawrence and digital forensics company AccessData.    Balachandran joins host Bob Ambrogi to discuss his leadership philosophy as a legal tech CEO, his company’s formation

Artificial Intelligence (AI) News Today

Jim Britton

Every day, 3-5 relevant news stories related to Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be summarized for you.


Allan Jude

429: Advanced ZFS Snapshots

FreeBSD Foundation October Fundraising Update, Advanced ZFS Snapshots, Full WireGuard setup with OpenBSD, MidnightBSD a Linux Alternative, FreeBSD Audio, Tuning Power Consumption on FreeBSD Laptops, Thoughts on Spelling Fixes, and more.
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TechCrunch Startup News


Smart contact lens startup Mojo Vision partners with Adidas and other sports brands

For the past few years, Mojo Vision has had a small presence at CES, offering up glimpses into the potential of its augmented reality contact lenses. Every year, the picture seems a little closer, if still far away.

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Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Beyond The Valley

CNBC International

How ethereum is different from bitcoin

Once upon a time, when bitcoin went up, ethereum went up. When bitcoin went down, ethereum went down. That has changed, for good reason.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

TechCrunch Industry News


Netflix had its lowest year of subscriber growth since 2015

Despite producing global hits like “Squid Game” in 2021, Netflix’s fourth quarter returns show the streaming giant struggling to maintain a lead over its competitors.

TechCrunch Daily Crunch


Daily Crunch 1/5/22

Kindle’s China future in doubt after disappearing from online shelves; Panasonic to use Redwood’s recycled materials in battery cell production at Tesla gigafactory

User friendly


Want to stay plugged in to the biggest trends in technology, media, and telecom? Our TMT podcast series takes what you need to know and breaks it down into something more User Friendly. From social responsibility to the next emerging technologies, industry leaders join us to dive into the biggest topics shaping your business—and the world around you.

Data – Software Engineering Daily

Data – Software Engineering Daily

Trifacta with Joe Hellerstein

If you haven’t encountered a data quality problem, then you haven’t yet worked on a large enough project.  Invariably, a gap exists between the state of raw data and what an analyst or machine learning engineer needs to solve their problem.  Many organizations needing to automate data preparation workflows look to Trifacta as a solution. 
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Pontón en MVS

MVS Radio

Día Internacional de las personas con discapacidad - 03 Dic 21

Hoy con Pontón en MVS, Paco Camino habla del "Día Internacional de las personas con discapacidad". Cheko Záun trae estrenos musicales. Erick Pérez de Elekta Teleton, platica de tecnología en radio terapia y radio cirugía para tratamientos oncológicos

Net plus ultra

France Inter

Ce qu'on a vu passer d'insolite, de novateur, d'intéressant, de créatif cette semaine sur les Internets... Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.

The Information's 411

The Information

A weekly podcast brought to you by The Information, an independent, highly regarded business news publication doing deep dives and investigative looks at how technology is transforming business and beyond. Each episode highlights some of the major happenings in the tech world, featuring the reporters at The Information. Interviews, analysis and behind-the-scenes info deliver insights into how the decision makers at the biggest companies in the industry think.

Tech Path Crypto

Paul Barron Network

496. Tezos Co-Founder interview | Ubisoft NFTs & Esports Partnerships

Tezos ($XTZ) aims to offer infrastructure that can evolve and improve over time without there ever being a danger of a hard fork. This is something that both Bitcoin and Ethereum have suffered since they were created. Ubisoft has officially launched Ubisoft Quartz, the firm’s first endeavor into NFTs that features three free collectibles, built on Tezos. Also, Tezos has secured a partnership with French esports giant Team Vitality. The three-year deal aims to bring Team Vitality closer to its fans than ever before by leveraging Tezos’ energy-efficient blockchain. Guest: Arthur Breitman, Co-Founder of TezosTezos website ➜ #Tezos #NFT~Tezos Co-Founder interview | Ubisoft NFTs & Esports Partnerships~⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺⎺Become a Diamond Circle Member FREE! ➜ on YouTube ✅ http

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240 Mitigating Synthetic Identity Security Risks

Bad actors continue to accelerate their use of inauthentic or captured online identities to facilitate their activities. Whether it’s phishing for credentials, making use of leaked identity databases or scraping publicly accessible information, they take advantage of weaknesses in identity management systems and inadequate awareness to make their way into and, once inside, around systems.
Our guest this week is Recorded Future’s Vice President of Product Management, Jamie Zajac. She explains the ongoing challenges organizations face with identity fraud, and what can be done to prevent it.

Apple Quarterly Earnings Call

Apple Inc.

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Security Now (Audio)


SN 853: URL Parsing Vulnerabilities - US CISA on Log4J, WordPress Security Update, What Is a Pluton

Picture of the Week.
The US CISA Log4J status update.
The H2 Database Console vulnerability.
The Federal Trade Commission gets into the act!
Chrome fixed 37 known problems last week.
The Privacy-first Brave browser.
WordPress 5.8.3 security update.
What, exactly, is a "Pluton"?
The first of Dennis Taylor's three Bobiverse novels.
URL Parsing Vulnerabilities.
We invite you to read our show notes at
Hosts: Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte
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This Week in Tech (Audio)


TWiT 858: The Meat CEO - E3 goes virtual, microdosing in the metaverse

E3 goes virtual, microdosing in the metaverse.
CES through the years.
Oversized future USPS delivery truck on display at CES in Las Vegas.
BMW debuts its new color-changing paint technology at CES: E Ink.
Massage Robot at CES 2022.
This super realistic "humanoid robot" stole the show at CES 2022.
Using Elon Musk's Boring Tunnel at CES 2022: Hardly groundbreaking.
Elon Musk says Spacex will catch Starship booster with giant "robot chopsticks"
@richontech: No joke. This SUV is being driven remotely from this gaming-style rig, complete with a steering wheel, pedals and a giant monitor with live camera feeds from the vehicle.
E3 shifts to online-only event because of Omicron concerns.
Why Apple's iMessage Is Winning: Teens Dread the Green Text Bubble.
After ruining Android messaging, Google says iMessage

The WAN Show

Linus Tech Tips

RadioShack Returns - WAN Show December 24, 2021

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12:00 - Topic #2 - NVMe SSD for audiophiles
14:55 - Linus dissects how this SSD works
17:31 - Difficulties with buying audiophile devices
20:05 - Topic #3 - Tasty TV, a TV with flavor
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MacBreak Weekly (Audio)


MBW 794: Canada Loves You Back - Apple Music Awards, AR Headset, 5G Modem

Apple Music Awards, AR Headset, 5G Modem
Apple Podcasts Best of 2021.
Third annual Apple Music Award winners.
Apple alerted Polish prosecutor that NSO has likely compromised her iPhone.
Apple fines $11 million for misuse of customer data in Italy.
Apple taps TSMC to build a custom iPhone 5G modem in 2023.
Apple's AR headset coming next year with 'Mac-level' power.
Apple's Car and VR headsets are poised to alter the typical product rollout strategy.
First look at the new Swift Playgrounds 4 ahead of the official release.
Some iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 report iOS 15 breaks in-car Bluetooth hands-free systems.
Apple introduces a new MacBook upgrade program for business partners.
Reddit engineer details how the new M1 Max MacBook Pro can save devs time and money.
Some 16-inch MacBook Pro owners report MagSafe 3 charging issues when Mac is clo

Symantec Cyber Security Brief Podcast

Security Response Team

Log4j vulnerabilities, likely Iran-backed attacks on telecoms companies, and new Rust-based Noberus ransomware

On this week’s Cyber Security Brief podcast, Brigid O Gorman and Dick O’Brien are joined by Symantec Threat Analyst Alan Neville to discuss the vulnerabilities in Apache Log4j that made lots of headlines this week. We also discuss two other blogs that Symantec published this week, including one looking at an attack campaign aimed at telecoms companies in the Middle East and Asia that appears likely to have originated from Iran-based attackers. Meanwhile, we also talk about a blog we published covering details about a new Rust-based malware we have dubbed Noberus (ALPHV/BlackCat). This is our last Cyber Security Brief podcast of 2021, we will be back on January 13.

Cyber Security Headlines

CISO Series

January 5, 2022

FTC warns of potential penalties for failing to fix Log4j flaws UScellular discloses data breach after billing system hack SlimPay fined for exposing data of 12 million customers for 5 years Thanks to our episode sponsor, deepwatch Increasing ransomware attacks and their evolving sophistication have been putting more pressure on security teams than ever before. Luckily, managed detection and response (or MDR) has emerged as a critical component for improving security operations, reducing ransomware risk, and minimizing the overall impact an attack can have. Visit to see how we help to prevent breaches for our customers, by working together. For the stories behind the headlines, head to


CNN en Español

Empieza la cuenta regresiva para el Viernes Negro

Se acerca la temporada navideña y con ella los días frenéticos de compras. ¿Qué esperar en el Viernes Negro? Expertos nos ofrecen una guía de los productos tecnológicos más populares de la temporada y como evitar ser víctima de los piratas cibernéticos.

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BrainChip Podcast

BrainChip Inc

Delving into AI at the Edge with Topio Networks CEO Philippe Cases

In this episode, Rob Telson speaks with Philippe Cases, Topio Networks CEO, about the greatest movements at the Edge and how AI specifically addresses those movements, largest growth areas in the Edge-based automotive landscape and the uniqueness of Edge-based industrial applications, among other topics.


Freelance Engineer S

205.自動運転ミニカーバトル/aibo いちごミルク/bloomee■ふりかえりとマイクラ英会話

NVIDIA、AIミニカー「JetRacer」を使ったトヨタ技術会「自動運転ミニカーバトル」紹介 – Car Watch NVIDIAは、トヨタ自動車の有志技術団体であるトヨタ技術会が開催したRCカーコンテス […]




Windows Central Podcast

Windows Central

Red Ring Revisited

Happy Holidays! In our final episode of the year, Zac reviews the Xbox documentary: 'Power On', which is available to watch for free on YouTube. He and Dan also talk about the OPPO Find N, expectations for Microsoft in 2022, and the Surface Adaptive Kit. Links Hands-on with Microsoft's brilliantly simple Surface Adaptive Kit | Windows Central Power On: The six-part series documenting Xbox history is now on YouTube | Windows Central OPPO's new Find N combines Galaxy Fold 3 and Surface Duo 2 concepts into one | Windows Central

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

Privacy Engineering with Alex Watson

Protecting your customers begins with best practices for securely capturing, storing, and protecting the data you collect for or about them.  When an organization has a large enough dataset, needs typically arise for doing analytical workloads or training machine learning models on this data.  If you use random or mock data to generate a report
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AutoConverse :: Mobility Tech and Connectivity

AutoBurst Media

The AutoConverse Mobility Tech and Connectivity Podcast explores people, ideas, and technologies that influence how we are connected and the way we get around. Visit us on the web at

This Week in Linux

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178: Blender 3.0, EndeavourOS, CentOS Stream 9, Steam Deck, NixOS, CrossOver | This Week in Linux

On this episode of This Week in Linux, a brief note about Linus Tech Tips reaction videos, Blender 3.0, EndeavourOS, CentOS Stream 9, NixOS 21.11, Open 3D Engine, Heroic Games Launcher, Steam Deck, Fedora, Fedora Linux, Red Hat, RHEL, Ventoy 1.0.62, CrossOver 21.1, SDL 2.0.18, Xen Project 4.16, Tesseract 5.0, and Neovim 0.6.0. All that […]

The Fully Charged PLUS Podcast

Fully Charged PLUS Show

Filled with interesting stories, almost breaking news, a pinch of wit and a dash of banter. A few guests who actually know what is going on in the world of EVs, renewable energy and sustainability.

Talking Tech

USA TODAY / Wondery

Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion

Microsoft announced a blockbuster video game deal, planning to acquire Call of Duty studio Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

This Week in Tech (Video)


TWiT 856: Best of 2021 - The best TWiT highlights of the year!

Leo Laporte takes us through the past year in tech. 2021 highlights include:
Comparisons between the roaring '20s and the NEW roaring '20s
GameStop, meme stocks, and the revenge of the retail trader
CryptoPunks, NFTs, and the Blockchain.
Nicholas almost unboxes his NBA NFT
Facebook Is Building An Instagram For Kids Under The Age Of 13.
Jeff Bezos' Legacy as CEO of Amazon
How Amy Webb Beat Her Insomnia
Rick Roll gets 1 billion views
IBM PC Turns 40 Years Old
"New Data Says More Communities Built Their Own Broadband Because of COVID.
U.S. Broadband Wireless Speeds Climb to Pathetic 14th Place Globally. "
China's central bank says all cryptocurrency-related activities are illegal, vows harsh crackdown.
iPod is 20 years old

Host: Leo Laporte
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AI Business Podcast

AI Business

The AI Business Podcast aims to present an intriguing selection of industry news from the past two weeks, discuss the stories that our journalists are working on, while always looking out for the strangest, most cutting-edge applications of artificial intelligence out there.



Introducing: Breakthrough

On Breakthrough, a new series from the Prognosis podcast, we explore how the pandemic is changing our understanding of healthcare and medicine. We start with an examination of long Covid, a mysterious new illness that has stumped doctors attempting to treat symptoms that last for months and potentially years. It has changed the way hospitals work and forced healthcare officials to prepare for the next pandemic. Covid has also opened the door to revolutionary technology: messenger RNA vaccines. It’s a technology that never could have been proven so quickly outside the crucible of that first pandemic year, 2020, and it holds big implications for the future of medicine. Breakthrough launches on Oct. 19. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
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The Milkman Model Is Back

The world’s biggest brands want you to see those everyday household products in a different light. That's where Loop comes in. Alexis Benveniste speaks with Bloomberg's Sustainable Finance Editor Emily Chasan on how the initiative is allowing consumers to use steel, glass and durable plastic reusable packaging for everyday items and return them when they're done.
Emily's latest report: The New Recycling Is Called 'Recommerce'
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FOX on Tech

FOX News Radio

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Data Wranglers


2021 The Year in Data

What’s above the cloud? Learn what’s hot and what’s not, as The Data Wranglers Joe Hellerstein and Jeffrey Heer look back at the year in data. Facebook went down, SQL is back, and Hadoop is dead. What’s up with Spark, and are streaming databases finally real? The cloud continues to rise, there are issues in data ethics, and data is helping to combat Covid-19. And then there’s the kerfuffle between Snowflake and Databricks. #TheDataWranglers

The UN Brief

The UN Brief

We cover the UN, emerging tech, and multilateralism. Subscribe:

The Engineers Collective

New Civil Engineer

Engineering affects everyone's lives. From roads and railways we travel on, to the water we drink and the electricity we use, engineers are the providers. But the job is getting harder; resources are getting scarce; cities are filling up. Roads are congested. Railways are at capacity. New and innovative solutions are going to be needed. The Engineers Collective is the podcast for those who are curious about the future and how engineers will keep our towns and cities running. In each episode members of the New Civil Engineer editorial team are joined by industry guests to discuss key topics impacting our industry. The Engineers Collective is sponsored by Bentley Systems. Around the world, engineers and architects, constructors and owner-operators are using Bentley’s software solutions to accelerate project delivery and improve asset performance for the infrastructure that sustains our economy and our environment. Together, we are advancing infrastructure. Find out more, at Music by Mark Robson

The Business of Content

Simon Owens, tech and media journalist

The podcast about how publishers create, distribute, and monetize digital content.

No Diagnostic Required

Anastasia Kazakova & Phil Nash

Every month we bring you news from the world of C++, in the form of a podcast and a YouTube show. Our hosts are Anastasia Kazakova (PMM for CLion and ReSharper C++ at JetBrains) and Phil Nash (Developer Advocated for C++ at SonarSource)

WIRED Tech in Two


The Danger of Leaving Weather Prediction to AI

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Big Technology Podcast

Alex Kantrowitz

2021 In Review, 2022 Predictions — With Casey Newton

Casey Newton is the editor of Platformer, a CNBC Contributor, and a friend of Big Technology Podcast. He joins us for our final show of the year, where we look back on the biggest stories of 2021 and predict what's coming in 2022. Join us for a conversation about Big Tech's year of transition, the upcoming Web3 wars, and whether the cult of the founder is falling apart. Support this podcast at — Inquiries: & Opt-Out:

Blind Abilities

Blind Abilities Team

Blind Abilities: The most comprehensive resource for Assistive Technology, Accessible Devices, Blind and Low Vision Technology, iPhone demonstrations, success Stories, Job Insights, College and Career Pathways and all with a Blindness Perspective.

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Ep.24 – Elon Musk, personaje del año, por la revista TIME.

Después del parón, vamos a ponernos al día con las noticas más importantes de éstos últimos meses, vamos a analizar el proyecto Neutrón de Rocket Lab, los nuevos contratos que la NASA a otorgado a SpaceX, de la misión DART, del telescopio Jame Webb del youtuber PewDiePie y os actualizamos la situación de Marte. 
Y como colofón, vamos a irnos al centro de operaciones Starbase y comentamos todo lo referente al vuelo orbitar. Ahora sí, vamos por las noticias de la semana. 
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Tech 2030


What will the world look like in 2030? Join us on a journey to explore the technologies and developments that will change our lives in the next decade. Tech 2030 is a 6GWorld podcast hosted by Renuka Racha and produced & edited by Caio Colagrande Castro.

The Information's 411

The Information

A weekly podcast brought to you by The Information, an independent, highly regarded business news publication doing deep dives and investigative looks at how technology is transforming business and beyond. Each episode highlights some of the major happenings in the tech world, featuring the reporters at The Information. Interviews, analysis and behind-the-scenes info deliver insights into how the decision makers at the biggest companies in the industry think.

The Bitcoin Cash Podcast


Following Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on its rise to global reserve currency.

PwC Luxembourg TechTalk

PwC Luxembourg

Ah, technology. To quote Steve Jobs, arguably the most famous disruptor of our time, "we have no idea how far it's going to go". Whether you're the savviest techy or a total tech-dummy or somewhere in between, join Luis Salerno, who enjoys writing about tech-related matters, and Carla Santos, a journalist eager to learn more about it, for their bimonthly conversations with experts.

The Humans of DevOps Podcast Series

DevOps Institute

Join host Jason Baum in the new season of the Humans of DevOps Podcast as he focuses on diving into the human aspects of DevOps. The human element in DevOps is often the differentiator that helps an organization achieve its goals and to be able to compete in a disruptive and digital landscape. Want access to more great content like this? Gain the tools, resources and knowledge to help your organization adapt and respond to challenges by becoming a professional member of DevOps Institute. Engage in one of the fastest-growing DevOps communities today! Get started for free: Use promo code HODPOD21 at this link ( for 20% off your Premium Membership. DevOps Institute is a professional member association and certification authority. DevOps Institute's mission is to advance the human elements of DevOps. It is the unifying force of an open and growing professional community of IT practitioners, consultants, talent acquisition and executives helping pave the way to support digital transformation and the New IT. Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Click here ( to submit your interest. Contact us:

Risk Analytics

SAS,, and others.

What IFRS17 Means for You

The new insurance accounting standard, IFRS 17, has broader implications then might be realized. David Anderson, Advisory Director, Risk Consulting at KPMG US and Bryce Ehrhardt, Director, Accounting Advisory Services at KPMG US discuss the standard and its implications and value add opportunities.

The January 2022 compliance deadline seems a long way out, but savvy insurers are acting now. Find out why, and the top 10 things to look for in an IFRS 17 solution.

Download: WP "Insurers: Are You Ready for IFRS 17?"

Moneyweb Crypto

Moneyweb Radio

A new breed of crypt scammer targets lonely hearts and the elderly

Eva Crouwel, head of global crime at Luno, explains how criminals have adapted their game, and are now targeting those in search on love online, as well as the elderly.


DeFi Needs Clear Regulation; Or Does it? Feat. PaperImperium

This week, “Opinionated” hosts Ben Schiller, Anna Baydakova and Danny Nelson are talking to PaperImperium, the first and only pseudonymous crypto advocate, lobbying on behalf of MakerDAO in the corridors of power. PaperImperium, or Paper, or Chris (his real name, but he’s not keen to publicize his full name), is advocating for a clear regulation for DAOs, or decentralized autonomous organisations. DAOs are a brainchild of the crypto-anarchist culture, and the concept implies that communities can make decisions and solve problems by common voting, using their crypto tokens as voting mandates. Interestingly, Chris is not a huge fan of this idea itself, and he’s still on the fence on whether the concept is viable. Also, not everybody shares a belief that decentralized finance (DeFi) needs regulation at all, and recently the DAO members voted down the proposal to compensate Chris for his wo

The Bad Wires

Bad Wires Meida

The Bad Wires is a podcast talking about tech news. it is hosted by podcaster Vincent Racanelli and Asher who can barly form two lines of code. it is hosted Every week*. Come Enjoy!

Frontend News 2021 |

Frontend House

Working Across Time Zones - International Software Teams - Experts Zone Talks #14 |

How to cooperate across time zones? How does the work with international software development teams look like? About the process, communication, challenges, tips, and best practices tells Adrian Wolański, our Front end Developer.Looking for a software team? Contact us via form on - Intro01:53 - Example of global software development project02:58 - Working across borders and time zones04:21 - What challenges do global software teams have to face?05:21 - Handy tools and life hacks07:46 - Communication in global teams and software companies10:18 - Why do companies work with international software teams? 11:51 - Advice for team members working with global projects13:07 - What does the work look like in a remote team?Have a nice watch! Don’t forget to like the video and leave comments to share your impressions!

AI News auf Deutsch

Integrated AI Solutions

Die AI News ist ein wöchentlicher Podcast, geschrieben und herausgegeben von künstlicher Intelligenz.

The Gear Patrol Podcast

Gear Patrol

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

Healthcare IT Talks

Brian Green

Healthcare data is an essential pillar in building the health systems of the future. Join our host, Brian Green, as he explores emerging technologies and industry trends across enterprise imaging through conversations with thought leaders in the space. Brian is an Enterprise Imaging Solutions Architect at GE Healthcare and has over 15 years of experience designing, developing and implementing ancillary DICOM and HL7 services for VNA solutions. To sign up for bonus content visit: and to connect with a GE Healthcare data expert visit: .

The SaaS News Roundup

SaaS Industry

Tune in to the top SaaS news in a flash. Get the most important stories you need to know from The SaaS Industry daily. Whether it’s the latest on the economy, news from the SaaS landscape, or funding alerts, stay in the know during your weekday commute.


Tulsiram Methre

Hi, I'm Tulsiram mehtre, a GoogleDevExpert who is obsessed with helping developers build high quality apps as fast as possible ⚡. Subscribe for new videos every week covering intermediate to advanced lessons about JavaScript, Flutter, Angular, Firebase, and modern app development.



Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Influence Podcast

The Influence Podcast

The Influence Podcast was created with the idea to have engaging conversations with some of the marketing industry’s most entertaining, honest, and all-around awesome human beings. Check in with us every Tuesday as host and The Influence Agency partner, Tom Yawney, chats with marketing professionals, influencers, managers, and digital personalities. The Influence Podcast is the must-listen podcast for marketing professionals everywhere.

TWiT News (Audio)


News 378: Google Pixel Fall Launch - Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel Pass

Google unveils the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with Google's first custom mobile chip Google Tensor, powering features like Magic Eraser, Motion Mode, Real Tone, Live Translate, and more. Plus, Google announces Pixel Pass, a purchasing plan that bundles the Pixel 6 or 6 Pro with YouTube Premium, YouTube Music, Google One, and Google Play Pass.

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The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

Stacey Higginbotham, tech journalist

Episode 355: Get ready for an active FTC and energy storing appliances

The big story this week in IoT was the joint venture between Ford and ADT to add smart home security to cars through an in-vehicle security system. Then we discuss the FTC and Department of Justice reconsidering how they evaluate mergers. We also explain variations on Wi-Fi, from the launch of new Wi-Fi 6E gear … Continue reading Episode 355: Get ready for an active FTC and energy storing appliances
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Cloud Engineering – Software Engineering Daily

Cloud Engineering – Software Engineering Daily

Infrastructure as Code with Rob Hirschfeld

Infrastructure as code is a concept that has delighted software engineers, dev ops, and engineering management across the board. It’s neither fun nor efficient to configure the infrastructure and environments software teams require. Operating software at scale on a cloud, on-prem, or hybrid model is a problem of modernity that many enterprises find surprisingly challenging.
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GeekWire brings you the week's latest technology news, trends and insights, covering the world of technology from our home base in Seattle. Our regular news podcast features commentary and analysis from our editors and reporters, plus interviews with special guests.

Cybersecurity Today


Cyber Security Today, Jan 17, 2022

This episode reports on the discovery of a new backdoor, attacks continue against QNAP devices and a scam on a digital city

Le code a changé

France Inter

Roaring Elephant

Dave Russell & Jhon Masschelein

Episode 278 – The 2021 Open Source Jobs Report (2)

The yearly job report from The Linux Foundation was releases in cooperation with Edx. In last week's first part we went over the findings of the Linux Foundation and in this episode, we'll cover the Edx angle a bit more.

Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to suggest future episode topics you would like us to cover.

Microsoft Mechanics Podcast

Microsoft Mechanics

Everywhere Cloud Connectivity & Access to Space Satellite Data — Azure Orbital

Connect to space satellites around the world and bring earth observational data into Azure for analytics via Microsoft and partner ground stations. Apoorva Nori, from the Azure Space team, joins host Jeremy Chapman to take a first look at the Azure Orbital preview. We’ll show you how it works and how it fits into Microsoft’s strategy with Azure Space to bring cloud connectivity everywhere on earth and to make space satellite data accessible for everyday use cases. Azure Space marks the convergence between global satellite constellations and the cloud. As the two join together, our purpose is to bring cloud connectivity to even the most remote corners of the earth and connect to satellites and harness the vast amount of data collected from space. This can help solve both long-term trending issues affecting the earth like climate change, or short-term real-time issues such as connected agricultu

The Art of Product

Ben Orenstein and Derrick Reimer

191: Shaping Up with Adam Wathan

Ben and Derrick talk to Adam about how to effectively plan and organize work.

The Silicon Valley Insider Show with Keith Koo

Guardian Insight Group

Scott Henderson, Simplicity by Design

On this episode of Silicon Valley Insider, Keith Koo's guest is world-renowned industrial designer Scott Henderson of Scott Henderson, Inc. Scott shares his story of how he developed his passion for design and how he gets his inspiration for his designs by being in a state of "flow". 

Scott discuss what it means to be in a "flow" state and how that has lead to his designs being elegant yet simple and how beautiful designs exist throughout the universe. Scott and Keith also ponder the question of whether technology like A.I. (artificial intelligence) will augment or replace designers and what the future of technology looks like in the design field.


About Scott Henderson:

Scott's track record as a designer includes over 90% of his design projects have been mass-produced, an accomplishment that few others can claim. Scott is also recognized as being named Chairman of the Indu

Jon Kalb & Phil Nash

Did You Really Learn from All the C++ Mistakes?

We're back! Again! And so is Dave Abrahams, after a long period outside the C++ community.
So we thought we should hear about what he's been up to and what he's doing now.
We end up getting some fascinating insights into the design and evolution of the Swift programming language,
which Dave joined the team behind quite early on.
While Swift draws inspiration from many languages, the core of the team behind it - including Dave -
were C++ experts - but experts who wanted to take from the best, yet learn from the mistakes, of the past.
Listen to this episode to find out if they pulled it off!

Infoblox ThreatTalk


In our age of digital transformation, everything is moving to the cloud, including the management of devices, users and applications. The Infoblox ThreatTalk podcast brings you the latest thinking on how to tap the full potential of the cloud while making the most of your existing network security solutions. In each episode, leading cybersecurity experts share insights and practical advice on how to raise network security and automation to the next level across diverse on-premises, virtual and public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructure. Topics include secure cloud migration, DNS security, malware mitigation, infrastructure protection, integrated threat response and much more.

All Things Photonics

All Things Photonics

From space exploration and quantum optics, to biomedical imaging and defense, today’s top scientific minds are applying lasers, spectroscopy, microscopy, and more to deliver cutting-edge innovation to our evolving world. In each episode, Photonics Media News Editor Jake Saltzman hosts intimate conversations with those pushing the boundaries of human knowledge. Hear how 3D printed microscopes — and those developed for a fraction of the cost — offer our best hope for diagnosing disease in the developing world; how silicon photonics and biophotonics are invigorating advances in quantum computing and medical diagnostics, respectively; and how a series of femtosecond laser pulses and black metals can provide reliable access to clean water around the world. Notable guests include Nobel Prize winner Donna Strickland; Columbia University Eugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering and 2021 OSA Vice President Michal Lipson; UCLA researcher Aydogan Ozcan; inventor of the Foldscope microscope Manu Prakash; 2021 SPIE President-Elect and founder of the Vanderbilt Biophotonics Center Anita Mahadevan-Jansen; Duke researcher Adam Wax; and USC physicist Andrea Armani. All Things Photonics is produced by Photonics Media and airs biweekly, on Tuesdays. The podcast was a shortlisted finalist in two categories — Best Science & Medical Podcast and Best Technology Podcast — for The Publishers Podcast 2021 Awards. Season 1 of All Things Photonics received an Honorable Mention for excellence in engaging content from the 2020 Folio Eddie Awards.

CoinDesk Reports

MONEY REIMAGINED: Media in the Metaverse - NYT’s Kevin Roose on the Future of Crypto

This episode is sponsored by Quantstamp and“I don't think we should feel like this is going to be entirely a good thing … if Web 3 is becoming more like the offline world, in the sense of being exclusive and gate-kept in the ways that our physical world has been for so long.”Web 3, the metaverse and NFTs have potential to be a force for good in the world, to improve decentralization, raise underrepresented voices and empower creators. But with a digital land grab for virtual real estate growing fast, will people soon find themselves locked out of the metaverse?Joining “Money Reimagined” hosts Michael Casey and Sheila Warren is Kevin Roose, New York Times tech columnist and author of “Futureproof,” a cautiously optimistic look into an automated, AI-filled and algorithmically driven future. Roose has also delved into the world of crypto: In March of 2021, he wrote a col

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ABC Radio

What just happened? The big tech stories of 2021

It was a year of lockdowns and border closures, and for many of us technology was a key part of how we worked, played, and connected with loved ones.

On this episode, the last for 2021, we look at the year that was in technology, culture and media, gleaning what we can learn from the year and forecasting what we can expect next year.




Amanda Yeo, co-host of the Queens of the Drone Age podcast 

Cam Wilson, Associate Editor at Crikey 

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E hoje é dia de MacMagazine no Ar! ? Esta é a 456ª edição do nosso podcast. Participantes…

Laravel News Podcast

Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda

Building forms, geographical calculations, and migration actions

Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.This episode is sponsored by Hook Relay - gain visibility over your webhooks, guarantee delivery, watch your traffic, inspect each request; like x-ray vision - and was streamed live.Show links
Laravel 8.76 released
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A look at what is coming to Laravel 9
Livewire form builder
Blade component to serve images and download files
Laravel geographical calculator
Track the health of your application with Laravel Health
Laravel migration actions
Laravel auto binder: Bind interfaces to implementations automatically
GetCandy e-commerce package for Laravel
OpenAI SDK for PHP
Primitive types in controllers and closure routes
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LA FIN des réparateurs IPHONE ?! (Ft. @Basti Ui ) #Apple #OBS #Instagram etc.

Le Guide de Survie sur Twitch :

Sommaire Le Mug Nowtech :
00:00:00 Début du stream
00:04:27 Le Kawa
00:05:06 Pixel 6 et amélioration du scanner d'empreintes digitales
00:16:05 Streamlabs copie OBS
00:35:23 Apple permettra de réparer soit même
00:57:43 Instagram va fermer Threads
01:03:09 Annonce sponsors
01:07:32 Cerise sur le croissant : Cambodge - message vocal sur Facebook Messenger
01:18:12 Entre 4 Oeufs avec @Basti Ui
01:54:15 Les corn FAQ

#LeMugNowtech est une émission quotidienne qui parle de technologie. C'est une revue de presse des meilleurs articles que nous retenons sur nos Flipboards. Elle est enregistrée en Live à 08h00 (heure de Paris) tous les matins de la semaine.
#LeMugNowtech c’est du lundi au vendredi sur la chaîne Twitch NowtechQG :<

Energy Cast

Jay Dauenhauer

A podcast about the energy sector, with particular focus on business, policy, and economic issues. Hosted by Jay Dauenhauer, each episode examines a facet of the energy sector, such as Coal, Oil/Gas, Nuclear, Biofuels, Battery, Geothermal, Hydro, Wind, Solar, and Fusion. We then interview an expert in that sector, to explore the opportunities and challenges of bringing these technologies to the energy mix.

Red Hat X Podcast Series

The Red Hat X podcast series

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Official Vue News

Vue Mastery

We cover the latest Vue news and tutorials in about 5 minutes. Our goal is to give you the information you need to stay on top of your game as a Vue developer. Links to all the stories we talk about can be found in our weekly newsletter and on

The Intrazone by Microsoft


SharePoint roadmap pitstop December 2021

December 2021 rounded our year of SharePoint and related tech goodness: Azure Active Directory Dynamic Groups for SharePoint audience targeting, create and manage verticals in Microsoft Search, Microsoft Lists lookup columns, the ability to manage Teams and channel connected team sites in the SharePoint admin center, markup ink for photos stored in OneDrive and SharePoint, Microsoft Loop components in Teams chats, and more. Mark also notes five SharePoint resolutions for 2022, plus an audible "Ode to SharePoint". 2021 is in our rearview mirror, with 2022 poised and ready to bring much improvement and innovation to the Microsoft 365 intelligent intranet. Click here for this episode's corresponding blog post. SharePoint Facebook | @SharePoint | SharePoint Community Blog | Feedback Mark Kashman | @mkashman [co-host] Chris McNulty | @cmcnulty2000 [co-host] Resources: "Goodnight Subsites" - an admin's tale co-authored b

Le Wagon Live

Le Wagon

Every week, Le Wagon invites a tech entrepreneur to share their story. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Fintech Beat

CQ Roll Call

D-Cash: How the Eastern Caribbean created one of the first CBDCs

Timothy Antoine, Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union, shares how the central bank launched one of the world's first central bank digital currencies.
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Space Weekly


NASA's Future



Smart Tech Today (Audio)


STT 105: Conversations With Amazon's Alexa - Conversation Mode, Amazon Smart Switches, Instagram 'Rage Shake'

Amazon has begun to roll out a new, smarter "Conversation Mode" to Echo Show 10 devices that helps Alexa take visual and audio cues from nearby users. The company has also introduced four new smart switches that work with Alexa. Instagram has a new bug-reporting feature called "Rage Shake" that lets you shake your phone to report a bug.
Amazon starts rolling out Alexa's Conversation Mode on Echo Show 10
Some Echo speakers can now detect people
What should you eat? Thanks to this Amazon employee, Alexa can help
Amazon has four new smart switches
Zipline starts first commercial US drone deliveries with Walmart partnership in Arkansas
Starbucks Has Launched a Cafe in NYC That Uses Amazon's Cashierless Payment System
FCC votes to let people text '988' to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline starting

First Contact with Laurie Segall

iHeartPodcasts and Dot Dot Dot

Laurie Segall, Silicon Valley’s go-to reporter and former CNN Senior Tech Correspondent, hosts First Contact - a weekly podcast series that explores the people and technology that are changing what it means to be human. First Contact brings listeners engaging and thought-provoking interviews with some of the biggest names in tech in ways we can all relate to. Laurie’s authentic and nuanced conversations give listeners “first contact” with the world’s most influential figures in tech - people the audience may know by name, but have never heard speak in this way before. Laurie built a decade’s worth of trust and credibility in Silicon Valley, and now she is giving listeners unprecedented access to the behind-the-scenes world only she knows. Each week, First Contact exposes the audience to engaging one-on-one interviews with everyone from billionaire tech founders to vigilante hackers shaping the world. First Contact goes beyond the big names and 24-hour news cycle. First Contact introduces listeners to the as-yet unknown figures in tech who will fundamentally change how we will live in the future. The series examines the people behind the tech by looking at their stories through the human lens. From tech titans to the fringes of society, First Contact explores human connection and the ethical dilemmas facing our future.

TBD: Technology By Design

Matt Perault

48 • Leaving Well

How do organizations create a healthy culture? Mike Rognlien, a founding member of Facebook’s Learning and Development team, shares the lessons he learned from building and teaching culture at Facebook. After leaving Facebook, Mike wrote a book, This Is Now Your Company, that focuses on how people can take ownership in the workplace.  He also started his own consulting agency, Multiple Hats Management, where he provides coaching and learning to organizations, including training on implicit race and gender bias. In this episode, Mike talks about the frustrations of his departure from Facebook, how he runs his business, and the shift towards more flexibility in HR. Listen in.

Smart Energy Voices

John Failla

Smart Energy Voices, an SED podcast, features conversations with leaders of the energy transition. In each episode, Smart Energy Decisions founder John Failla digs deep with industry movers and shakers to reveal insights you can learn from in their stories, personalities and visions for the future.


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AppleInsider Daily


Apple is more than just the iPhone manufacturer. This $2 billion company's decisions impact many facets of technology, financials, and everyday life. When the company is rumored to be getting into something new, the entire world pays attention. And since 1997, AppleInsider has been covering this fascinating electronics maker from every possible angle. From details of the next-generation iPhone and MacBook to key indicators expected to drive the company’s stock price, AppleInsider Daily has you completely covered on a daily basis.

Radlin Pod | پادکست فارسی

Radlin Pod | پادکست فارسی

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

House on Fire

James Bray and Keyaira Kelly, World Economic Forum

Can the shipping industry clean up its act?

Shipping is responsible for a gigaton of C02 emissions a year. We talk to the people on the climate frontline about one of the world's toughest industries to decarbonize. See for privacy and opt-out information.

BoG Standard: British-German Tech Talks


100 years ago, the label “BoG Standard” stood for “British or German Standard”: The only two countries in Europe that had precision engineering technology. Today, data is replacing coal and steel but Germany and the UK remain Europe’s tech leaders. Ben and Katie from the British Consulate and Embassy in Germany discuss tech trends with German and British experts and entrepreneurs. Feedback, ideas or questions? Email us at

MedTech POV with Scott Whitaker


Brought to you by the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed), MedTech POV with Scott Whitaker is a podcast that covers the intersection of medtech and policy from every perspective. Tune in to each episode for interesting discussions with medtech and health care policy leaders on issues that are driving the day—from business, to policy, and current events, all viewed through the lens of the medtech industry.

The Motion Podcast

ABB Motion

The Motion Podcast by ABB sees industry experts ABB and scientist and presenter Fran Scott team up to tell you all about the world of ABB Motion, and how they keep the world turning, while saving energy every day.  From world-changing technology such as Drives and Electrical Motors to the future of digital offerings. It’s 200 years since Michael Faraday first invented the electric motor, and they’re more important now than ever before.  It has been estimated that if all of the 300 million+ industrial electric motor-driven systems currently in operation were replaced with optimized high-efficiency equipment, global electricity consumption could be reduced by up to 10 percent.  So join Fran, and a panel of brilliant guests; from industry experts to the companies using these technologies, and find out exactly why Motion really is the way forward. 

Studio 1.0


Emily Chang sits down with the biggest influencers in technology and media, from Mark Zuckerberg to Satya Nadella to Ginni Rometty, to find out who they are, how they got there, and where they're going. Bloomberg Studio 1.0 is a series of in-depth conversations with the very people shaping the future of business, illuminating their vision for what comes next.

Deep Data Dive

Deep Data Dive

We're two data enthusiasts taking weekly deep dives in the world of big data. Follow us on Twitter & watch us on YouTube!

The Science of Change

SetSail X StudioPod Media

Holiday Mini-sode: 3 Ways to Make Your New Year's Resolution Stick

The Science of Change host and behavior scientist Kristen Berman is back again to save you from another classic holiday blunder: not keeping your New Year's Resolution. In this mini-isode, Kristen breaks down three behavior science principles that will help make sure your resolution sticks in 2022. Hint: one might involve getting a furry friend. But the best resolution of all? Make sure you follow and like The Science of Change for all-new episodes starting this January.
Episode resources
Thank you for listening to The Science of Change. Reach out to Kristen through (LinkedIn) and visit The Irrational Labs (website) for more information on behavioral science. 
This show is presented by (SetSail) and produced by Kristen Berman and (Studio Pod Media). The executive pro



こんにちは、今日もDXしてますか? DX推進ポッドキャスターの近森満です。 【近森満のDX企画書のネタ帳】 IoT・AI教育事業の専門家・近森満が、DX=デジタル・トランスフォーメーションについて実際の事例を交えながらDXとは何か、DXでどんな未来に出来るかを紹介。事例を元に、実際の企画書に落とし込めるまでの「使えるネタ」をお届けします。よかったら「いいね」や「フォロー」「コメント」をお願いします。Yes,DX ! 【コンタクト】[ Twitter:@chikamori ] [ Facebook:@chikamori ] 【所属】株式会社サートプロ 代表取締役CEO #DX #IoT #AI #IT #ICT #agile #ETEC #ACE #ekentei #certpro #himalaya #seedvoice #デジタルトランスフォーメーション #サートプロ #近森満 #企画書 #ネタ #スマート #デジタル化 #音声配信 #plusdx


NTT DATA talks podcast España

Hay pocos eventos históricos que hayan supuesto un cambio tan drástico y rápido como la creación de internet… y la revolución no ha acabado, si no que ha cambiado de foco: en vez de desarrollar más el mundo virtual, lo estamos conectando a la realidad. ¿Como? IoT (Internet of Things) - una red de dispositivos equipados con sensores, software y otras tecnologías que les permiten transmitir y recibir datos conectados a internet, como un sistema nervioso humano. Hoy en día, las aplicaciones del IoT están presentes en todas las industrias: desde la electrónica de consumo que representó el 63% de todas las unidades del IoT instaladas en 2020, la automatización de edificios que creció un 42% en 2020 o el sector financiero donde se estima que el mercado IoT llegará a $ 2.03 mil millones para 2023. Pero ¿cuáles son los beneficios de una conectividad tan potente? ¿Qué tecnologías se utilizan y cuál es el futuro del IoT? Para entender la spuestas a estas preguntas y profundizar en las tendencias de esta tecnología, hemos creado una serie de podcasts, llamada “Connections”.

All Cool Blind Tech Shows


Cool Blind Tech strives for universal design of products, environments, programmes and services to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design, not excluding assistive devices for particular groups of individuals with disabilities where this is needed. The Cool Blind Tech Team endeavours in maximizing the independence, productivity and participation of the blind and low vision community, to empower the blindness community through the acquisition and enhancement of skills in using adaptive technologies.

All Cool Blind Tech Shows


Cool Blind Tech strives for universal design of products, environments, programmes and services to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design, not excluding assistive devices for particular groups of individuals with disabilities where this is needed. The Cool Blind Tech Team endeavours in maximizing the independence, productivity and participation of the blind and low vision community, to empower the blindness community through the acquisition and enhancement of skills in using adaptive technologies.

پادکست فارسی رادیو فکستورا

Mahdi Hajirajabi

Sea Control - CIMSEC

Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC)

Sea Control 304 – France in the Pacific (Part 2 – French)

By Alexia Bouallagui CIMSEC, now in French! Commander of French forces in the Pacific, Rear Admiral Jean-Mathieu Rey, joins the program to discuss France’s role and presence in the Pacific. Sea Control 304 – France in the Pacific (Part 2 – French) This episode was edited, produced, and hosted by Alexia Bouallagui.

ARRL Audio News

ARRL - the national association for Amateur Radio

ARRL Audio News - December 31, 2021

The Laporte Report (Audio)


TLR 16: Leo on CFRB with John Donabie - Tech News Summary - Blackberry outage, Vista SP-1, and another blow to HD-DVD...

My weekly tech news wrap up with John Donabie on 1010 CFRB in Toronto including:
Blackberry outage is due to a "system upgrade"
Yahoo looks to Murdoch for help
Vista service pack 1 gets closer
According to the Hollywood Reporter, even Toshiba will drop HD DVD

Hosts: Leo Laporte and John Donabie
Bandwidth for The Laporte Report is provided by CacheFly

The World Crypto Network Podcast

Private Key Publishing

The Bitcoin Group #284 - Mt. Goxed Again - Hillary - Perth Heat - Crypto Arena - Right Clicked

The Mac Observer's Daily Observations

Kelly Guimont

Join Kelly Guimont each weekday as she assembles a panel of TMO staffers and contributors to talk through the stories and news of the day. Quick, informative, and entertaining. Make Daily Observations a part of your day!

This Week in Photo (TWiP)

This Week in Photo

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]