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Tech's Message is the Webby Award-shortlisted technology podcast from London-based journalist Nate Lanxon (Bloomberg, Wired, CNET). Hear news, insight & nostalgia inspired by the week's UK-focussed technology headlines, presented with heart, humour and irreverent personalities. Hundreds of five-star reviews don't lie. Listen now!
 
What is technology doing to you? Civilian podcast producer Alia Tavakolian has always felt like a dumb tech consumer. Veteran tech-journalist Bob Sullivan has spent his life showing people they're not dumb tech consumers - they're being hacked. Each week, Bob and Alia join forces to answer your questions and untangle your sanity from this dark, scary world wide web. So, Bob is a Spoke Media original.
 
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
 
Business is experiencing extraordinary change. Supply chains are shifting, customer needs are evolving, and businesses must adapt to survive. Join us on Connected & Ready as author and tech journalist Gemma Milne explores trends in how companies are adapting to a disrupted world, and preparing for tomorrow. Brought to you by Microsoft, Connected & Ready is a weekly conversation with business leaders about innovation, resilience, and our capacity to succeed.
 
Everyone wants to go backstage or get a look behind-the-scenes. Each Tuesday, join Lawrence Peryer, entertainment business veteran and Lyte’s Chief Strategy Officer, as he takes you there, through talks with his friends and colleagues from the worlds of music, sports, business, entertainment and the arts. Discover who they are, how they got there and what goes into making a life in media and entertainment. For the fan, student or jaded expert, Spot Lyte On… delivers you insights and stories ...
 
What's the latest in smart driving cars? Listen in to lively discussions with Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser, co-host tech journalist Fred Fishkin and guests. How soon will you be riding in a self driving car? This is the podcast to tune in to for real info without hype or spin. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smart-driving-cars-podcast/support
 
Join English barrister and Reuters correspondent turned writer, podcaster, radio show host, award-winning tech journalist and sometime werewolf hunter Charles Christian for a weekly feast of folklore, magick and scary tales. If general off-the-wall weirdness is your thing then the Weird Tales Radio Show has something for everyone, with its magazine format designed for all fans of ghosts, geek, magick, folklore, urban myths, legends and witchcraft but with a focus on fun and strangeness that ...
 
We can have the future we want—but we have to work for it. Soonish brings you stories and conversations showing how the choices we make together forge the technological world of tomorrow. From MIT-trained technology journalist Wade Roush. Learn more at soonishpodcast.org. We're a proud member of the Hub & Spoke audio collective! See hubspokeaudio.org.
 
The future of tech: the next billion seconds are the most important in human history as technology transforms the way we live and work. The rate of change we will experience will be the fastest humanity has ever seen. Award winning podcast creator and journalist, Mark Pesce is an inventor, writer, entrepreneur, educator and broadcaster whose work and global connections in all things internet and tech extend back to the early days of the web. He speaks to the brightest minds shaping this new ...
 
Welcome To The Intersection Of Technology, Cybersecurity, And Society. Join our podcast conversations as we journey into the past, the present, and the future, and explore the relationship between technology and humanity. Together we are going to find out what it means to live in a society where everything is connected, and the only constant is change. Knowledge is power — now more than ever. ITSPmagazine is a free online publication that focuses on technology and the influence that it has o ...
 
Katie Couric has questions. And on her new show, Next Question with Katie Couric, she’s determined to find answers—with a little help from the most captivating personalities in news, politics, and pop culture. For example: How did watching people play video games become a billion-dollar industry? Could CBD possibly be the key to overcoming pain and addiction? Does social media spur online radicalization? And what happens when at-home DNA tests reveal devastating family secrets? Join the awar ...
 
You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with specific tactics, then this show could be just what you need.
 
Florence Ion, a veteran tech journalist and lifetime computer lover, talks to her friends, colleagues, and folks from varying industries on how they leverage technology to improve their lives and the lives of others. This podcast aims to be jargon-free. It's fit for anyone with a little love for the computers, tablets, smartphones, and smartwatches making their world turn.
 
Do you make, break, and tinker with things? Are you a seeker of unconventional wisdom? Do you think in algorithms? Then welcome to FTFY, also known as Fixed That For You—a show about solving problems with data and algorithms. When we say Fixed That For You, we don’t mean it in that sometimes-snarky, message board way. We’re talking about the unconventional ways that really clever people tackle big problems, small problems, mysterious problems, even weird problems. And we learn about the iter ...
 
The day’s news made fast, fair and fun – in 10 minutes. Erica Mandy is like a trusted friend who always ‘gets’ both sides. She’s a veteran journalist who was tired of talking heads, alarmist headlines and monotone voices, so she created something different. The NewsWorthy is packed with politics, tech, business and entertainment from a variety of sources -- brought together in one, convenient place (and with a fun twist). Join the thousands of people already listening each weekday!
 
Flash Forward is a show about possible (and not so possible) future scenarios. What would the warranty on a sex robot look like? How would diplomacy work if we couldn’t lie? Could there ever be a fecal transplant black market? (Complicated, it wouldn’t, and yes, respectively, in case you’re curious.) Hosted and produced by award winning science journalist Rose Eveleth, each episode combines audio drama and journalism to go deep on potential tomorrows, and uncovers what those futures might re ...
 
Documenting the global digital cash revolution, the greatest financial and technological revolution the world has ever seen. Interviews, news breakdowns, and more about the exciting world of cryptocurrency, blockchain tech, and decentralization. Hosted by Joël Valenzuela, journalist and freedom advocate who has been living unbanked off of cryptocurrency since 2016.
 
Stories of real New Zealanders making real impact in our world, now. As graduates of Tech Futures Lab's Master of Technological Futures, these 'ordinary' people have pushed into the extraordinary space by challenging the status quo and creating human-centric solutions that stem from a desire to do better. Sacha McNeil, well-known journalist and broadcaster catches up with five Tech Futures Lab graduates to hear more about their story - where they've been, what drives their passion and how th ...
 
Some games, some laughs, and some stories. Your hosts: George Weidman: https://twitter.com/superbunnyhop Youtuber and award-winning journalist Matt Visual: https://twitter.com/MattVisual Beautiful video editor. Beautiful storyteller. Your #1 source for Guild Wars 2. Liam Edwards: https://twitter.com/LiamBME Former AAA. Current expat in Japan. Award-winning podcaster. Logo art by Strekks: https://twitter.com/Strekks Background video art by Henry Ng: https://www.henryng-art.com/ Theme song by ...
 
An award-nominated documentary and narrative audio series about video games and the video game industry — as they were in the past, and how they came to be the way they are today. History doesn't just vanish into the distance behind us; it casts a very long shadow that affects everything that comes after it, and so with The Life and Times of Video Games journalist and historian Richard Moss draws those through lines to tell fascinating stories about the past that link right back to the present.
 
Discover Play Together describes the heart and soul of Backlog Battle! And its through this brand new season that we'll get to meet all sorts of people in the gaming community every week! From gamers, creators, and game changers in their own right, Alex will be sitting down with them to talk about what it means for them to be playing video games in this day and age. New episodes release every Wednesday at 12am PT/3am ET/8am GMT!
 
I talk with (and about) smart, innovative people and companies in tech, media, entertainment, VR/AR, games, esports, AI, blockchain and advertising. I'm a long-time journalist and former studio executive. I write regularly for Forbes, Next TV, Tubefilter, and TVRev, and consult on communications and content strategy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/davidlbloom/support
 
Crypto assets and blockchain technology are about to transform every trust-based interaction of our lives, from financial services to identity to the Internet of Things. In this podcast, host Laura Shin, an independent journalist covering all things crypto, talks with industry pioneers about how crypto assets and blockchains will change the way we earn, spend and invest our money. Tune in to find out how Web 3.0, the decentralized web, will revolutionize our world. Disclosure: I'm a nocoiner.
 
Join host Victor Lucas from The Electric Playground in Vic’s underground man cave as he and his awesome guests discuss the videogames they’re playing, the movies they’re watching, the comics they’re reading, the toys they’re playing with, and all the happenings in the entertainment industry! You know, the cool stuff that lets us all Play Forever!
 
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, Explorer and Journalist Sarah Begum speaks with key figures, businesses and leaders in the space, aviation and innovative tech industries. Giving us an insight into space exploration, futuristic spacecrafts, sustainable space missions and more, this podcast explains how and why these projects will help the future of mankind on Earth. (Expect the Laugh-Out-Loud moments!)
 
Listen to weekly round up of interesting cyber security stories from across the globe. Each podcast delves deeper into a particular story revealing insights and the often unheard story to listeners. The show is hosted by Mansi Kapur, business journalist with Fortune and Jose Varghese, cyber security entrepreneur and geek with Paladion.
 
What really happens when a hacker snatches all your data? Breach digs into the who, why and how of history’s most notorious data breaches. Hosted by journalist Bob Sullivan and producer Alia Tavakolian. Season 2 - Equifax: the worst breach ever. How hackers stole the most valuable data of 145 million people, why it matters, and what we can do about it.
 
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
 
From the team behind the No 1 Hit podcast, Untold: the Daniel Morgan Murder, comes another inside story of a crime - in this case the hacking, data misuse, illegal financing and potential interference in the EU referendum. Orwell Prize winning journalist Carole Cadwalladr lays out the evidence with Peter Jukes and asks: why hasn't the UK got a proper investigation into wrongdoing
 
Let's make sense of the world – together. From the economy and health care to politics and the environment – and so much more – On Point host Meghna Chakrabarti speaks with newsmakers and real people about the issues that matter most. On Point is produced by WBUR.
 
Find out exactly how to shift your podcast into high gear, grow your audience, and achieve your goals! 20-year radio host, producer & broadcast journalist Kent Covington hands you the keys to the inside tactics and strategies of top podcasters and broadcasters. Powerful, practical advice, with real-world examples and clear instruction ... all in a fast-paced, never-boring format! Fuel your podcast, and get where you want to go FASTER!
 
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This week’s podcast is full of nerdy wonder. We start off with news from Amazon regarding proactive Hunches and the new Guard Plus service before mentioning that the Echo Show 10 is now available for pre-order. Then, in honor of the Tiny ML movement, we highlight new deals from Edge Impulse to put its software on Silicon Labs’ chips and chips from …
 
The news to know for Thursday, January 28th, 2021! We're talking about: a rare national terrorism warning: what the government now says is the biggest threat to Americans how climate change could be, for the first time, a key priority in every level of the federal government new advice from the World Health Organization about who should skip gettin…
 
It’s easy to get swept away by the glitz and glamour of the fashion industry, and for Lauren Tanaka, it certainly was a glamourous start. From rubbing elbows with celebrities like Charlize Theron and the cast of The Lord of the Rings, Lauren’s first gigs in the industry were every stylist and designer’s dream. But even as she was living the dream, …
 
In a world where technology allows businesses to flourish and humanity to come together online, it should not come as a surprise that such technology can be both attacked and defended remotely from all over the world. In this episode, we will look at the good side of it: the ethical hacker community. Where they are from, what they do, how they do i…
 
The threat by Google to pull out of Australia has been a hot topic of discussion recently. The back-story is about whether Google should pay for news. Is it possible that life without Google, could actually be better than life with it? This is being put forward by a media expert out of a Melbourne University, who says Google has been hoovering up o…
 
Kiwi dairy farmers are leading the world in low emission production, but there's always room for improvement. AgResearch analysis placed New Zealand at the top for efficiency, with an average carbon footprint almost half the size of the 18 other countries. Agriculture analyst Jacqueline Rowarth told Kate Hawkesby some fine tuning could create an ev…
 
In the most ambitious U.S. effort to stave off the worst effects of climate change, President Joe Biden issued executive orders Wednesday to cut oil, gas and coal emissions and double energy production from offshore wind turbines. The orders target federal subsidies for oil and other fossil fuels and halt new oil and gas leases on federal lands and…
 
Europol leads an international, public-private, takedown of Emotet. Four security companies describe their brushes with the compromised SolarWinds Orion supply chain. Solorigate is one of the issues US President Biden raised in his first phone call with Russian President Putin. New vulnerabilities and threats described. Our guest Michael Hamilton o…
 
I can imagine what a gut punch yesterday's news from the PM about the border potentially being shut for the rest of the year, must have been for the tourist industry. Hotels in particular, they're really struggling with ‘occupancy below break even levels’ according to one report. How long it takes the sector to recover at this rate is anyone’s gues…
 
Host Gemma Milne talks with John Reed Stark about staying secure and compliant as organizations continue to digitally transform. They unpack the rise of ransomware, look at what companies can do to protect themselves from cybersecurity incidents, as well as how best to respond after a breach. John also discusses how organizations can take proactive…
 
An infectious diseases expert says we need to get to the bottom of two new confirmed Covid cases in Auckland. Two more Covid-19 cases have been detected in the community in Auckland and health officials are urging people who visited places of interest to isolate and get a test. Two people who completed their managed isolation at Auckland's Pullman …
 
LBRY and it's associated apps has seen a tremendous increase in user base over the past few years, with mainstream adoption on the horizon. But very few people still acquire and use the token that the blockchain actually runs on, except for when uploading files and receiving subsidies from the company behind the project. Why is this, and how do we …
 
There are at least two sides to every story — sometimes even more. It depends on how many characters there are and how they relate to each other. This story is about hackers and journalists in the news — and Godzilla??! To begin, it probably makes sense to take a step back from the people themselves (hackers and journalists) and look at their profe…
 
The abrupt shift to online learning due to COVID-19 rocked the US education system, unearthing many of the inequities at its foundation. Educator Nora Flanagan says we can reframe this moment as an opportunity to fix what's long been broken for teachers, students and families -- and shares four ways schools can reinvent themselves for a post-pandem…
 
The abrupt shift to online learning due to COVID-19 rocked the US education system, unearthing many of the inequities at its foundation. Educator Nora Flanagan says we can reframe this moment as an opportunity to fix what's long been broken for teachers, students and families -- and shares four ways schools can reinvent themselves for a post-pandem…
 
The news to know for Wednesday, January 27th, 2021! We'll tell you about: the first testimony from the acting Capitol Police chief about what happened in the days leading up to the Capitol riot how small-time investors are having a big impact on the stock market the CDC's latest case for bringing kids back in the classroom an internet outage that a…
 
In Episode 148 of the Weird Tales Radio Show we once again delve into the realms of geek and pop culture as we talk to Nancy A Collins – Nancy has written more than 20 novels and novellas as well as numerous short stories. She has also worked on several comic books, including a two-year run on the Swamp Thing series and a notable first as the first…
 
Barcelona has always put strong communities as a key aim of its urban planning. What has it got right, and should other cities follow suit?In the 19th century, Barcelona instigated the City Market system. Every neighbourhood had its own food market, where locals met and mingled, but some fell into disrepair, and new areas didn’t have them. A renewe…
 
Furniture giant Ikea will soon start selling spare parts for its products in a sustainability push. You'll be able to buy items like sofa legs and arm chair covers instead of having to throw the whole thing out. The question is, can selling spare parts for things like furniture and whiteware become common place worldwide? Sustainable Business Netwo…
 
Judith Collins has used her state of the nation speech to extend an olive branch to the Government on housing. The National leader says she supports it taking emergency powers to rezone council land, freeing it up for housing. She says people who can't get a house, expect the Government to get rid of the roadblocks standing in the way National’s ho…
 
Britain's official death toll in the coronavirus pandemic passed 100,000 on Tuesday, a dreaded milestone reached as the government considered imposing hotel quarantines on international travelers to stop new virus variants reaching the country. The government said 100,162 people have died in the pandemic after testing positive for the virus, includ…
 
A speedy vaccine drive has seen Israel move on protecting younger people from Covid-19. It's on track to immunise 2 million people by the end of the month, with a quarter of the population having already received two jabs. The Telegraph's Middle East correspondent James Rothwell told Kate Hawkesby Israel's speediness is partly down to a deal betwee…
 
Google reports North Korean social engineering of vulnerability researchers. Anonymous resurfaces, maybe, and tells Malaysia’s government it’s not happy with them. Notes on false credentialism and workforce development from the National Governors Association cyber summit. Kevin Magee from Microsoft Canada on the launch of the Rogers Cybersecurity C…
 
Loon Balloon internet deflated. Also Rabies vaccinations in Malawi – how tech is eliminating the disease in dogs and Cybersecurity and AI.Alphabet, Google’s parent company has announced it’s winding down Project Loon. Hundred’s of high altitude balloons carrying miniature mobile phone towers were to drift around the globe providing internet connect…
 
I think when it comes to the vaccine and its rollout here, the PM's words are going to catch up with her as reality starts to bite. You can only promise so much for so long, until the facts start getting in the way. Last November we were told New Zealand was front of the queue for the vaccine, remember that? "We're front of the queue." Embarrassing…
 
Your health data is important to you & your family’s wellbeing. It’s also a target for cyber-criminals. We speak with health data expert, Caleb Barlow, to learn how you can keep your medical data safe. As CEO of CynergisTek, a healthcare focused cybersecurity consulting firm, Caleb is on the frontlines of the healthcare data battle and knows what w…
 
Shopping is about more than just what you buy: it's a treasure hunt to discover something new, a negotiation to get a great deal, a time to catch up with friends and family. But for many, online shopping has turned the experience into an impersonal, unsatisfactory event. Is there a way to bring back the magic? With exciting examples from companies …
 
Shopping is about more than just what you buy: it's a treasure hunt to discover something new, a negotiation to get a great deal, a time to catch up with friends and family. But for many, online shopping has turned the experience into an impersonal, unsatisfactory event. Is there a way to bring back the magic? With exciting examples from companies …
 
Bryan Walsh, Axios’s Future Correspondent, joins us on the show today. Bryan joined Axios in February 2020 and covers emerging technology and the trends shaping geopolitics, work, warfare, and more. Additionally, he writes the twice-weekly Axios Future newsletter. Bryan has been a reporter and writer since 2001 when he started at TIME Magazine, he …
 
The news to know for Tuesday, January 26th, 2021! We have updates about: new travel requirements in the U.S. a federal investigation into the Justice Department the winter storm impacting millions of Americans across the country which major brands won't be advertising at the Super Bowl this year and why what Twitter's new Birdwatch feature is all a…
 
Michael Saylor, CEO and founder of Microstrategy, explains how he decided the publicly traded business data firm needed to put its excess cash in bitcoin and what happened afterward. In this episode, we discuss: why Microstrategy decided to buy Bitcoin, and how the pandemic spurred that whether his previous experience with Microstrategy stock implo…
 
Michaelangelo Matos is the author of "The Underground Is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America" and "Can't Slow Down: How 1984 Became Pop's Blockbuster Year." "Can't Slow Down" is the definitive account of pop music in the mid-eighties, from Prince and Madonna to the underground hip-hop, indie rock, and club scenes Everybody knows t…
 
There are calls to make the Covid-19 contact tracer app more inclusive, to get people using it again. The number of daily scans on the app has plummeted from 2.5 million in September to around 500,000. The Ministry of Health has confirmed older iPhone and Android models can't use the app's Bluetooth technology. But Auckland University's Dr Andrew C…
 
The emergence of the community case appears to have prompted Australia to immediately suspend its one-way travel bubble with New Zealand for at least 72 hours. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she had told Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison her Government had confidence in its processes. "It is Australia's decision as to how they manage the…
 
Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker are joined by Time senior correspondent Charlotte Alter to discuss President Joe Biden's agenda and the era of misinformation (3:30). Later, Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Gay joins to pay tribute to and remember legendary talk show host Larry King (31:05). Plus, the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week and the …
 
Workers along the eastern flank of the country should be prepared for no ordinary day on the tools. Temperatures in the 30s are due for a number of places today, with Christchurch likely to hit a January record of 36 degrees. Occupational hygiene consultant Derek Miller told Kate Hawkesby Kiwis can be caught off guard due to the rarity of such cond…
 
Russia’s FSB warns businesses to be on the lookout for American cyberattacks after the White House says it’s reserving its right to respond to the Solorigate cyberespionage campaign. SonicWall investigates an apparent compromise of its systems. Senator asks the US DNI for an explanation of DIA purchases of geolocation data from commercial vendors. …
 
Well we might have some cities like Christchurch basking in 35-degree heat today, but it's not quite the 40 degrees that some Sydneysiders are baking in. Some NSW homes so hot, residents can barely cool them down, especially those on low incomes. One resident was quoted as saying she ‘dreaded summer’ and had to wrap herself in a damp towel with ice…
 
Do you feel lost when you’re creating a chart? Are you feeling around in the dark with every new project? Confidence comes with practice, but you can also take a few smart steps, in the beginning, to create an effective chart. I’ve interviewed top designers for years on my podcast while creating and experimenting on my own, and I’ve found that thes…
 
Living in a city means accepting a certain level of dysfunction: long commutes, noisy streets, underutilized spaces. Carlos Moreno wants to change that. He makes the case for the "15-minute city," where inhabitants have access to all the services they need to live, learn and thrive within their immediate vicinity -- and shares ideas for making urba…
 
Living in a city means accepting a certain level of dysfunction: long commutes, noisy streets, underutilized spaces. Carlos Moreno wants to change that. He makes the case for the "15-minute city," where inhabitants have access to all the services they need to live, learn and thrive within their immediate vicinity -- and shares ideas for making urba…
 
Internationally renowned artist, 'NAHUM' is leading the space narrative through his pioneering work, pushing boundaries and challenging perceptions of who should go to space in his mission to diversify the DNA that launches into the cosmos. He has worked with major space agencies including NASA, SpaceX , ESA and is officially the first artist to la…
 
The news to know for Monday, January 25th, 2021! What to know about: the timing of the historic second impeachment trial against President Trump the Biden administration tackling the transgender military ban and a "buy American" mandate tens of thousands of protesters filling the streets in Russia, even in freezing temperatures tributes for two leg…
 
There’s a common misperception that many non-lawyers have about how legal contracts are written. Most people probably assume that a lawyer writes each contract from scratch, but in reality the lawyer is most likely copy and pasting clauses and sections from already-existing contracts and modifying them for their particular client. One of the resour…
 
I was talking to my brother last night. He was about to board his flight from LA to Auckland, he had his negative Covid test in his hot little hand, he sent me pictures of the airport all closed off. Red tape everywhere, barriers, closed doors, the Koru lounge closed, all the shops closed, even the travelators were cordoned off. He said there was a…
 
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