Looking for a way to get through Friday? Here you go. Facebook launched a news reader app called Paper. (Teens will love it.) And Google sold Motorola to Lenovo for $3 billion, which made earnings week interesting. And, in the land of startups, we explore a new Carbon 3D Printer and a Keurig Coffee machine. Show More Summary
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On this week’s episode of The Gigaom Show, we dive into the big Google-Motorola-Lenovo news, which ends a curious chapter in the history of Google and Android. We brought in Janko Roettgers to defend his point that the standalone social TV app is dead, stickers or […]
On this week's Structure Show we hash out why Microsoft, a software company needs to weigh in on server design and Mailchimp's data scientist on why we should watch what DisneyWorld is doing with your data.
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Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Verizon Wireless service now available in 35 New York City subway stations. - Long-rumored Amazon console set for 2014 at sub-$300 -- report. - Nintendo President offers to take 50% paycut to atone for disappointing financial results. Show More Summary
This week's show brings a new co-host to the team to talk about Chromebooks, the Chromecast and Chrome OS. Welcome, Janko! We answer some listener questions, talk about Chrome apps being native on other platforms and more on the podcast.
(Credit: NBC) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Why one man watched every episode of "Law and Order" and took over 11,000 screenshots. - Every fake URL on Law and Order. - Pebble Steel Review: The first smartwatch worth wearing. - South Korea's online craze, 'Watch me eat'. Show More Summary
I'm relieved that Net Neutrality's opponents have finally come clean. Sort of. For years a lineup of phone and cable industry mouthpieces had called Net Neutrality "a solution in search of a problem." The principle that prevents online...Show More Summary
Connecting consumers with the smart home will take recipes created for specific personas and educating them on why this is so useful. Plus, Kevin and I discuss security and connecting my garage.
Chris Umiastowski talks to Rene about Apple’s Q1 2014 earnings, including 51 million iPhones, 26 million iPads, 4.8 million Macs sold, Wall Street’s reaction, Apple’s guidance, and where they go from here! Subscribe in iTunes: AudioShow More Summary
The authentic Velociraptor cage used in the original "Jurassic Park" is up for sale on eBay! (Credit: eBay) Leaked from today's 404 episode: - Google reportedly acquires AI company DeepMind for $400M. - Here's how you can vastly increase the number of shows and movies viewable to you on Netflix. Show More Summary
It was a slow morning in my feedly folder for content marketing. My eyes skimmed headline after headline. There was nary a flinch from my oft-twitchy index finger indicating it was itching to click and read more. Until I came across this headline: Can You Double Your Clicks with the Jeopardy Effect? I wiped the [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
“Money talks.” That’s what they say, and that’s what he said to me. Dangle $14 an hour in the face of a 14-year old kid, and I’m in. It helps that my buddy was going to do it too: go door to door and hustle porch renovations. “In six months you could have enough money [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
The week in cloud was busy, busy what with VMware snapping up AirWatch and IBM dumping servers. But, what I want to know now is what, exactly, is EMC's public cloud deal?
Your desktop may soon start reminding you when to leave the office due to traffic or tell you when a package is out for delivery: Google Now isn't just for phones and tablets any more.
Udacity Founder and CEO -- and famed inventor of self-driving cars and wearable technologies at Google -- came on the Structure Show podcast this week to talk about the promise, limitations and future of online education. Here's what he had to say.
A big “thank you” to everyone who listened in on the first episode of New Rainmaker, and for all the positive comments! Since so many have asked for it, I wanted to let you know that New Rainmaker has landed in iTunes As you can see in the image, we’re the #1 Business podcast — [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
The most important element for getting a blog post read is the headline. But you can’t just use any headline. You need a magnetic headline — one that makes an irresistible promise to readers. In the first episode The Lede, Copyblogger’s new regular podcast, Demian Farnworth and I deliver a series of actionable tips and [ Continue Reading... Show More Summary
This is a long one, with a lot of oddly on topic random sort of off topic chat about things ranging from the way Apple wants you to launch games to outdoor hockey games to our feelings on Kody from Sister Wives. Of course, like all episodes we discuss the hot games of the week,