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Airing on Friday, March 20, 2015: First up is Stephen Cobb, security researcher at ESET North America, to talk about the Target data breach settlement. Next, we with Jacob Poushter, Research Associate at Pew Research Center, about a new report that looks at attitudes about the Internet in developing ...
Airing on Thursday, March 19, 2015: First up is Forrester analyst Frank Gillett to talk about Apple’s inclusion in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Next, we talk to Astro Teller, “Captain of Moonshots” at Google(x), about failing, ideas Google(x) has passed on, and the one ...
Airing on Wednesday, March 18, 2015: From SXSW in Austin, we speak with John Maeda, former president of RISD and design partner at the venture capital firm KCPB, about reconciling the pace of the tech industry with the pace of good design. Next, Thomas Middleditch, star of HBO’s "Silicon ...
Airing on Tuesday, March 17, 2015: From SXSW in Austin, we chat with cartoonist and graphic memoirist Alison Bechdel. And yes, she's also the one who popularized the now famous Bechdel Test. She chats with us about why we need memoirs, what it's like cartooning in the digital age (Google Image ...
Airing on Monday, March 16, 2015: We've spent the weekend exploring SXSW Interactive, and today we sit down with Steve Case, former CEO of AOL and Washington venture capitalist. Then, we head over to the Austin J.W. Marriott, where representatives from Houston, Raleigh and other cities are jockeying ...
Airing on Friday, March 13, 2015: Today, we’re coming to you from an Austin bar, where we will take a look at the impact of SXSW visitors on the city.  First, Ben speaks with Marketplace's Adriene Hill about the shift from SXSWedu to SXSW Interactive. Next up is Silicon Tally with Will Hurley, a ...
Airing on Thursday, March 12, 2015: This is a special SXSWedu edition from our coverage in Austin this week. Marketplace's Adriene Hill, and the Learning Curve team, have taken over today - they have the latest from SXSWedu on what new research and technology have to tell us about ...
Hilary Clinton finally spoke to reporters on Tuesday, defending her use of a private email account as a matter of "convenience." We spoke with Politico's Kyle Cheney and technology reporter Glenn Fleishman to find out more. Next up is Matthew Wall, business and technology reporter from the ...
Airing on Tuesday, March 10, 2015: Apple just unveiled the price tag for its line of smartwatches. First, we speak with Lindsey Turrentine, Editor-in-Chief of CNET.com, about how much the Apple Watch costs and who’s going to buy it? Next, we take a look at companies responding to a more competitive ...
Airing on Monday, March 9, 2015: First up, we'll talk to Kelly Jasper, Contributing Editor at the watch Magazine Hodinkee, talks about setting a price range for the Apple Watch. And when a Jennifer Aniston ad for Aveeno appears just before a jihadi training video on You Tube, Proctor and ...
Airing on Friday, March 6, 2015: Later this year, Apple is expected to unveil a new larger-screen iPad. The new device, boasting additional features, will be aimed at the business market. Will this move by Apple affect the whole of the business tablet/computer sector? And ho well have you kept up with ...
Airing on Thursday, March 5, 2014: First up is Lee Hutchinson, Senior Reviews Editor for Ars Technica, to talk about how to set up your own, at-home email server. Next, for this week's segment of Back to Back to The Future Part II, Ben speaks with Matt Novak, author of Gizmodo’s Paleofuture ...
Airing on Wednesday, March 4, 2015: First up is Molly Wood, technology columnist for the New York Times, to talk about the perfect match between smartwatches and mobile payments ... if either industry can figure out how to convince consumers to adopt its new technology. Next we have Chester ...
Airing on Tuesday, March 3, 2015: The battle to be the smartest smart phone in the smart pay world. Apple is there. Now comes Samsung with its new GalaxyS6 with Samsung Pay. And, it could have an edge. Game on. We'll also talk with Roger Cheng, Executive Editor at CNET, about new products at ...
Airing on Monday, March 2, 2015: Massive Open Online Courses or MOOCs are on today's agenda at an annual conference hosted by Coursera, a major online course provider. They will likely discuss the growth of corporate MOOCs. We find out if MOOCs have become less about transforming higher ...
Airing on Friday, Feb. 27, 2015: The FCC has approved new internet rules, ushering in net neutrality. First up is Susan Crawford, Co-Director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, to talk about the FCC's vote on Thursday. Next we take a look at why only a third of people in the U.S. ...
Airing on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015: Today, the FCC will vote on net neutrality. We speak with Tim Wu, a law professor at Columbia University, who coined the term “network neutrality,” ahead of the vote this evening. And, for this week's edition of Back to Back to the Future Part ...
Airing on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015: First up on today's show, we'll talk about a sex discrimination suit in Silicon Valley involving the venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins which opens another window on complaints that women are treated unequally in the tech world. We'll also talk to Amanda ...
Airing on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015: Comcast, the country's  largest cable operator reports its earnings today. But the merger with Time Warner is still hanging in the balance? We'll talk about how that's going. Next, we have Nitasha Tikku, senior writer at The Verge, on the Unicorn Startup ...
Airing on Monday, February 23, 2015: YouTube is launching a “YouTube for kids” app. In part, it’s a response to parents who want to be able to let their kids surf YouTube’s video content safely. But it’s also an enormous money making opportunity. We take a look at the market for kid-friendly ...
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