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  • TNW 218: Can Microsoft Improve Activision Blizzard? - App Store Changes, Big Tech Bills, 5G Grounds Flights
    Microsoft's Activision Blizzard acquisition is underway, but can the company address the workplace concerns? Apple has made changes to its App Store rules in the Netherlands and South Korea. Apple and Google are telling U.S. lawmakers the latest Big Tech bills will harm user privacy and security. AT&T and Verizon want to launch their 5G C-Band services, but the FAA prohibited the launch in airport "buffer zones." First, Protocol's Anna Kramer stops by to talk about Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard. As a workplace reporter, Kramer discusses the concerns of employees and ponders Microsoft's ability to address the workplace concerns. Then, Rene Ritchie explains the latest App Store changes in the Netherlands and South Korea, as the countries move to regulate Apple and Google. Then, Mark Gurman from Bloomberg dives into the Big Tech bills making their way through the Senate and details some of the lobbying efforts by Apple and Google. Lastly, Mikah discusses grounded flights and 5G. AT&T and Verizon were set to launch a large swath of their 5G C-Band services on Tuesday, but the FAA set up "buffer zones" where the companies weren't allowed to activate the new bands. Despite the buffer zones, some airlines chose to ground flights. Host: Mikah Sargent Guests: Anna Kramer, Rene Ritchie, and Mark Gurman Download or subscribe to this show at Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at Sponsors: promo code TNW
  • TNW 217: Wordle Clone Calamity - Google & Sonos Patent Battle, Wordle Copycats, RCS, Mis- and Disinformation
    After taking Google to court over smart speaker patent infringement, Sonos appears to be the victor. Developer James Thomson discusses App Store copycats in the wake of the Wordle clones. Apple's iMessage doesn't use RCS messaging, but Google wants "green bubbles" and "blue bubbles" to play nice. Many experts have penned two open letters — one to Spotify and one to YouTube — regarding the spread of misinformation and disinformation. First, Esper's David Ruddock stops by the show to discuss the patent infringement case between Google and Sonos. Google will be making changes to its smart speaker lineup in the interest of complying with the ruling, but Sonos wants Google to pay royalties instead. Then, in the wake of a number of Wordle copycats making their way to the App Store, developer James Thomson shares his own experience dealing with clones and copycats of PCalc. Then, Jason and Mikah discuss the ongoing conversation about "green bubbles" and "blue bubbles" in iMessage chats and Google's encouragement for Apple to adopt RCS messaging. Lastly, Mikah shares two open letters penned by scientists, engineers, and expert fact-checkers. The letters, addressed to Spotify and YouTube, respectively, encourage the companies to introduce policies to help quell the spread of misinformation. Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guests: David Ruddock and James Thomson Download or subscribe to this show at Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at Sponsors:
  • TNW 216: What Is Wordle? - CES 2022 Round-Up, T-Groups for Silicon Valley Leaders, Sony PlayStation VR2 Details
    The Consumer Electronics Show for 2022 is wrapping up and Ian Sherr from CNET walks through some of the highlights from this year's event. Allison Levitsky from Protocol talks about how Silicon Valley's leaders are participating in T-groups to improve their emotional intelligence. Mikah introduces all of us to a new word game called Wordle and we can't stop playing it, so thanks a lot Mikah. Jason gets excited about Sony's shared details around the upcoming PlayStation VR2 headset. Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guests: Ian Sherr and Allison Levitsky Download or subscribe to this show at Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at Sponsors: promo code TNW30
  • TNW 215: Tech News Weekly's Best Interviews of 2021 - A Look Back at Some of the Host's Favorite Interviews of the Year
    An Xbox 360 remaster of Goldeneye 007, how to become Lawyer Cat, a Peloton kerfuffle, TikTok resumes, and more! A lawyer went viral when his courtroom Zoom video placed a kitten in his place. Thomas Smith from Debugger found out how he did it. Jason Howell talks with Sam Machkovech from Ars Technica about the ever-elusive Goldeneye 007 remaster that was developed for the XBOX 360 and then shelved indefinitely and how he got his hands on it. Brianna Wu discusses Peloton's handling of its recent voluntary product recall. During the chat, Wu shares her thoughts on why Peloton seemed to resist fixing things fully and why some members in the Peloton community seemed to defend the company. Mikah Sargent speaks with Abrar Al-Heeti from CNET about how TikTok is encouraging job seekers to post a video resume on the platform. But does it work? Damon Beres talks about his op-ed in the New York Times about the cognitive dissonance of Apple's hardware event compared to the simultaneous occurrence of Earth Week. Heather Kelly from the Washington Post discusses the latest slate of surveillance devices to come out of Amazon, including a robot that patrols your house and an indoor drone camera. Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guests: Thomas Smith, Sam Machkovech, Brianna Wu, Abrar Al-Heeti, Damon Beres, and Heather Kelly Download or subscribe to this show at Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at Sponsors: promo code TNW
  • TNW 214: Spilling the Web3 Tea - TikTok Beat Google in 2021, Lickable Screens, Text-to-Image AI, Echo Fall-Off
    Jeff John Roberts breaks down the Twitter spat between Jack Dorsey and the Web3 bros and why he believes VC funding goes counter to decentralization. Abrar Al Heeti from CNET talks about the many reasons that TikTok beat out Google as 2021's most popular web domain. Jason looks into the future of lickable screens as well as the developments of text-to-image synthesis using artificial intelligence. Mikah summarizes new documents that show how a large percentage of Amazon Alexa users stopped using the device within weeks of owning one. Hosts: Jason Howell and Mikah Sargent Guests: Jeff John Roberts and Abrar Al-Heeti Download or subscribe to this show at Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at Sponsors:

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