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Airing on Friday, April 10, 2015:  First up, we talk with Lindsey Turrentine, editor-in-chief of CNET.com, about the Apple Watch showroom, and why the company wants you to shop for a smartwatch the same way you shop for new kitchen cabinets. And for this week's edition of Silicon Tally, we ...
Airing on Thursday, April 9, 2015: The big book publisher of the world who have battled ferociously with Amazon over issues like e-book pricing might rather you start shopping with another company. Oysterbooks.com is described as the Netflix of books, the subscription e-book service now has a place ...
Airing on Wednesday, April 8, 2015: First up, we chat with actor and comedian Matt Walsh, from HBO’s Veep, about comedy in the age of the internet. Next up, we talk with Dora Kingsley Vertenten, Professor at University of Southern California Price School of Public Policy, about Rand Paul’s website. ...
Airing on Tuesday, April 7, 2015: First up on today's show, we'll talk with James McQuivey, Analyst at Forrester, on Hulu’s new GIF search engine and how video clips spread online. Plus, John McDuling, reporter at Quartz, stops by to talk about how high-priced shows like Mad Men drove Netflix ...
Airing on Monday, April 6, 2015: First up, we talk with Jonathan Zittrain, co-founder of Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, about kill switch technology for weapons. Next, We speak with Sonali Kohli, reporter for Quartz, about how scientists apply Google map technology to ...
Airing on Friday, April 3, 2015: First up, we talk to Mark Paterson, the lead motion designer for Archer, about the elaborate Easter Eggs hidden throughout the show. And how well have you kept up with the week in tech? It's time for Silicon Tally. This week, Aminatou Sow, co-founder of Tech ...
Airing on Thursday, April 2, 2015:  The Obama Administration announced a new executive order yesterday classifying cyber-attacks as a “national emergency” and authorizing new sanctions against those who perpetrate a cyber-attack. we talk to Jason Healey, director of the Cyber ...
Airing on Wednesday, April 1, 2015: The FCC issued strong rules in favor of net neutrality only a few weeks ago. But it’s already being challenged in the courtroom. We talk with Brain Fung, technology reporter for the Washington Post, about what’s next for net neutrality. Next up is JP ...
Airing on Tuesday, March 31, 2015: First up, we take a look at Jay Z new music streaming site, Tidal, which was just re-launched. We're joined by Ian Sherr, Executive Editor of CNET News, to talk about whether the rap mogul can compete with Spotify, Apple etc. Next, we turn to Reddit's "dark net ...
Airing on Monday, March 30, 2015: First up, we talk with Marisa Kendall, reporter for The Recorder, about the Kleiner Perkins trial. Next, we take a look at Northeastern University's plan to launch a series of educational hubs embedded directly in select companies across the Bay area – starting ...
Airing on Friday, March 27, 2015:  We take a look at the European Union's upcoming investigation into how e-commerce sites like Amazon operate in its twenty-eight countries. There’s a concern that these companies are violating the EU’s antitrust laws by blocking cross border trade. Next, we ...
Airing on Thursday, March 26, 2015: First up, we talk with William McGeveran, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota Law School, about selling customer data in the RadioShack auction. Next, we take a look at Microsoft new policy that all (U.S.) vendors with 50 employees or more must ...
Airing on Wednesday, March 25, 2015: First up, we talk with Molly Wood, Tech Columnist for the New York Times, about the expansion of Facebook Messenger. Next, Ben talks with Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud, a member of the Saudi royal family, about retail training for Saudi women and why ...
Airing on Tuesday, March 24, 2015: First up is Nidhi Kalra, Information scientist at the RAND Corporation, to talk about autonomous vehicles. Next, we ask why Big tobacco wants us to know that E-cigarettes are bad for us. What’s driving this public health message? Also, Ben speaks ...
Airing on Monday, March 23, 2015: The long-awaited student privacy bill from the Federal government is expected to land today. Early indications are it will be better for the education tech industry than for parents or student-data privacy advocates. Firs up, we discuss what to expect from this ...
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 ...
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