On this week’s episode of the podcast, we look at how Instgram flipped Twitter the bird and what that means for both services, what new content deals from Netflix and Amazon mean for your kids and finally, is Google adding a layer on top of iOS?
Today’s podcast revisits our fireside chat with Instagram co-founder and CEO, Kevin Systrom from our recent RoadMap conference. In it, Systrom discusses how Hurricane Sandy was a huge event for the photo-sharing service and how he’s not worried about Twitter’s picture filters.
Being big on YouTube is great. But if you want to build a new media career, you’ll probably need an agent or manager. George Ruiz of Intelligent Artists explains how to attract and work with talent representation.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the time to get stuff! From tablets to over-the-top TV, we talk about the best gear to give (and receive) on this special edition podcast.
On this week’s show we examine the fascinating and frightening idea of live tweeting military action and then move on to less serious matters to get all Google-y about TV, Nexus 4 and Chrome OS.
How did different media perform on election night? How many screens did you use? We talk about the political coverage as well as AT&T ditching its old copper networks and whether the iPad mini is the truest iPad experience.
In this week’s episode, we look at the Hurricane Sandy’s impact on social media and the damage caused to the web’s infrastructure as well as the big changes that happened in Apple’s executive ranks.
This week on the podcast: We tell you what you need to know about Windows 8 (and Surface), dive deep into the topic of disruption and round out the show with a rundown of all the big earnings news.
On this week’s show, we explain why cord cutters might be very interested in Boxee’s new product. Prior to next week’s Apple event we discuss the likely products. And which company has told a better story: Microsoft for Surface RT or Google for Chromebooks?
Math classes may have bored you in high school, but math concepts are increasingly important for today’s entrepreneur. Prof. Steven Strogatz talks on the podcast with us about what math business leaders need to know in an increasingly data-driven world.