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.
On this week’s show we talk about the brand new iTunes 11, why the Internet of things is both cool and creepy, and our own Kevin Tofel walks us through his solar fueld Chevy Volt-age.
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.
On this week’s podcast: Kevin Fitchard says T-Metro is kinda crazy, Stacey Higginbotham breaks down the problems with broadband caps, and Om Malik discusses Steve Jobs’ lingering shadow over Apple, one year after his passing.
This week’s episode is live from our Mobilize Conference where we talk big mobile ideas ranging from talking to data to connected health to the dangers of an overly connected automobile. Kevin Fitchard, Stacey Higginbotham and Kevin Tofel join in the fun.
Paul Tough, author of the book “How Children Succeed” stops by for a special podcast interview about the similarities between raising a successful kid and building a successful startup, as well as how busy Valley execs can still be great parents.
Apple announced its iPhone 5 this week, along with a bevy of other news. Om Malik stops by the podcast to share his big takeaways from the event, and Kevin Fitchard joins in to explain everything you ever wanted to know about LTE.