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APM: Marketplace Tech: Episodes

Aired on Thursday, December 18, 2014: First up, we talk to Stephen Cobb, security researcher at ESET, about Sony’s decision to pull The Interview. Then, Andrew Bartels, research analyst at Forrester, talks about the tech industry’s reaction to the volatile ruble. And when you think ...
Aired on Wednesday, December 17, 2014: First up on today's show, Molly Wood, Technology Columnist at the New York Times, talks about Apple’s iPod music antitrust suit. And Bill Oakley, a TV writer and producer who wrote for The Simpsons, joins us to talk about freeze frame jokes and VCR technology ...
Aired on December 16, 2014: First up, Lindsey Turrentine, Editor-in-Chief of CNET.com, talks about how social networks use games to make sure their users keep coming back for more. And Russell Brandom, a reporter for The Verge, on what the Sony hack revealed about Hollywood’s fraught relationship ...
Aired on Monday, December 15: On today's show, Saadia Muzaffar, tech entrepreneur and CEO of TechGirls Canada, talks about diversity in tech (or the perceived lack thereof). And if you haven't heard, California is experiencing a serious drought. It's also the home of that cradle of innovation, We ...
First up, Jonathan Zittrain of Harvard Law School talks about the implications behind Google News shutting down operations in Spain. And Tony Gallippi, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of BitPay, explains why Bitcoin may become more mainstream … especially now that Microsoft has started accepting ...
First up, host Ben Johnson talks to Marketplace's Adriene Hill about the Hour of Code and adopting coding in classrooms. And Katharyn White, VP of IBM Global Business Services, talks about the Passenger + app as part of a partnership with Apple. Plus, Mike Isaac, technology reporter at ...
First up, NYT tech columnist Molly Wood talks about a new feature on YouTube that'll tell content creators what would happen to their video if it contains copyrighted music. Then, Robin Feldman, Director of the Institute for Innovation Law at the University of California Hastings, discusses ...
On today's show, CNET editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine talks about the Samsung Gear and the future of virtual reality consumer products. Then, Lee Rainie, Director of Internet, Science, and Technology Research at Pew Research Center, explains results of a recent study that says Americans feel ...
First up, Roger Kay, founder and President of Endpoint Technologies Associates, Inc., joins us to talk about how foreign hackers—like, ostensibly, the hackers who took down Sony’s network—might leave digital fingerprints in their wake. And Will Oremus, senior technology writer at Slate.com, ...
Jonathan Zittrain, law professor and co-founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, talks about body-worn cameras and how technology might change the relationship between police officers and communities. And how well have you kept up with the week in tech news? This week, host Ben ...
First up on today's show, NASA is set to launch an unmanned test flight later this week of a craft designed to carry humans. It’s a reminder that the U.S. space program has no way to get astronauts to and from the International Space Station. The preferred option right now is to hitch a ride, often ...
Billboard releases the first streaming numbers after deciding to incorporate them into its charts. What will the results mean for music companies and musicians? Plus, Lama Nachman, senior staff researcher in Intel Labs Interaction and Experience Research, joins us to talk about Intel’s approach to ...
Netflix’s newest original series ‘Marco Polo’ may be the most expensive TV show in the world. Netflix hopes the 10-part extravaganza will help expand its international audience which could make up for the lower than expected growth in its U.S. subscribers. Plus, Lindsey Turrentine, Editor-in-Chief ...
First up, NY Times tech columnist Molly Wood joins us to talk about online shopping for gadgets. Then, we talk to YouTube power user Mike Tompkins about his acapella remixes of popular songs.
A lot of people are opting to avoid shopping on Black Friday altogether - or at least to stay at home and shop in their PJs. We weigh the safety of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, especially in regards to hacking. Then, robotics expert Ryan Calo enjoys us to play Silicon Tally. 
First up: European Union is voting Thursday on the extent to which Google can promote its own services in search results. Google has a 95 percent market share in Europe, and while today's vote is nonbinding, it could build momentum to break up the tech giant. Then we take a look inside the Macy's Thanksgiving ...
First up, host Ben Johnson visits a hacker house in the Kansas City Startup Village, where he talks with Home For Hackers founder Ben Barreth and residents Chris Baran and Bryce Lenhart, from TravelingNuker.com. Then, Max Read, Editor-In-Chief of Gawker, joins us to talk about how the site ...
First up, Cesar Pérez Barnés, partner and the head of the Mexico office of the Southern Cross Group, joins us to talk about coaching and funding startups in developing markets. Then, Lindsey Turrentine, Editor in Chief of Cnet.com, talks about Google Play’s app store standards and what ...
On today's show, Will Oremus, Senior Technology writer at Slate, talks about why Yahoo and Mozilla struck a deal over search for Mozilla’s Firefox browser – and why Yahoo is returning to search after so many years of stocks and sports. Plus, Eva Galperin, global policy analyst with the ...
First up, we talk to Jeanette Hill, founder and CEO of Spot On Sciences, a company that makes at home blood sample kits. And just in time for Thanskgiving, it's a special food-themed edition of Silicon Tally. Marty Van Ness, Supervisor of the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line, takes on Marketplace Tech ...
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