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Highlights from the Tech News channel on Clammr. Get the latest headlines in technology and startups. Headlines from TechCrunch, Venturebeat, Wired, Engadget, Gizmodo, Re/Code, venture capital news, new products and more. If you like this podcast, download the Clammr app on your iPhone for the full experience. Visit http://clammr.com. Clammr is a social audio discovery app that users call Audio Instagram and Audio Twitter. It features 18-second audio highlights and previews in a person​alize ...
 
Live Stream Insiders is a twice monthly live video show covering the latest live stream news, tools, technology and case studies to help marketing executives, communications, media and PR professionals integrate live video and live audio into their strategy. The show is produced and hosted by Krishna De, a digital marketing and social media communications strategist. She is joined in conversation by mobile journalist Peter Stewart. If you are curious about the latest best practices in live s ...
 
Fasten your seatbelts! This is a military podcast and news talk radio show hosted by Veterans. If it goes fast, is highly explosive or dangerous, we talk about it on our show. We cover all branches of the US Armed Forces including Special Forces and top news stories from around the world. Step up and subscribe now!
 
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Hyperlink Radio: Brands, Technology, and News

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Hyperlink Radio: Brands, Technology, and News

Winning Edits: Delivering Stories About the Future of Commerce, Technology, and the World Around Us

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Hyperlink Radio is a show about connection. Through interviews, discussions, and in-depth documentary, Hyperlink Radio explores how we interact with brands, with technology, and with the world around us. Hyperlink Radio is a bi-annual podcast, proudly produced by Winning Edits as an audio companion to its magazine, Hyperlink. Find out more at HyperlinkRadio.io.
 
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ChatGPT's Technology Will Be Part of Everything This Year https://craigpeterson.com/artificial-intelligence-2/chatgpt/chatgpts-technol…ything-this-year/38570/ ChatGPT is a new text-generation tool trained on 40GB of Reddit's data. It can generate long passages of text virtually indistinguishable from human-written prose, which could have enormous i…
 
Google Ads were weaponized in a way that made them appear like any other ad – Allowed hackers to infect computers with malware via a single click.https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/hackers-abuse-google-ads-to-spread-malware-in-legit-software/ Hackers have weaponized Google Ads to spread malware to unsuspecting users by disguising them a…
 
Artificial Intelligence is changing the world. Right Now! In just a few years, it's possible that you might be chatting with a support agent who doesn't have a human body. You'll be able to ask them anything you want and get an answer immediately. Not only that, but they'll be able to help you with things like scheduling appointments, making paymen…
 
Privacy… Ring Cameras Hacked in 'Swatting' Scheme https://www.entrepreneur.com/business-news/ring-cameras-hacked-in-swatting-scheme/441518 Critics and researchers say the Ring cameras are used to surveil gig economy drivers and delivery people and that they give law enforcement too much power to survey everyday life. The pair would hack people's Ya…
 
Craig Peterson Insider Show NotesDecember 5 to December 11, 2022 China… Apple Makes Plans to Move Production Out of China https://www.wsj.com/articles/apple-china-factory-protests-foxconn-manufacturing-production-supply-chain-11670023099 In recent weeks, Apple Inc. has accelerated plans to shift some of its production outside China, long the domina…
 
European tech startups are expected to raise $85 billion this year, down from $100 billion last year. The figures come from the latest State of European Tech report from London VC firm Atomico. The report highlights the pressure the tech industry is under in Europe, with a drop in funding and a slowdown in investment. However, the European tech eco…
 
Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani, the former romantic partner of Elizabeth Holmes and president of disgraced blood testing company Theranos, is set to be sentenced on Wednesday for 12 counts of fraud and conspiracy. Prosecutors have argued that the severity of the fraud and the need to "promote respect for the law" warrant a prison term of 15 years for Balwa…
 
The Facebook Oversight Board has criticized the company's Cross Check program, which moderates content posted by high-profile users, for being driven more by Meta's desire to avoid negative PR than by a commitment to safeguarding the public. The board has called for significant changes to the program, including increased transparency and accountabi…
 
In response to allegations of wrongdoing in the collapse of crypto exchange FTX, three US Senators have sent a letter to Silvergate Bank requesting information about any relationship the bank may have had with FTX or with former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried. The letter expresses concern that Silvergate may have facilitated the transfer of customer fun…
 
Apple is being sued by two women who claim that its AirTag devices have made it too easy for stalkers to track and terrorize victims. The women allege that Apple's safeguards against unwanted tracking are "woefully inadequate" and that the company has released an unsafe product. The lawsuit is seeking unspecified damages.…
 
Ford dealers have the option to become certified to sell EVs under two different programs. The higher tier of certification requires a higher investment, but also provides more benefits. Nearly two-thirds of Ford dealers have opted to become certified to sell EVs. The majority of those who have certified have chosen the higher-tier option. This is …
 
Apple is looking to shift some of its production out of China and into other countries in Asia, including India and Vietnam. This is due to unrest at the company's "iPhone City" facility in Zhengzhou, China, which has been disrupted by a COVID-19 outbreak. Apple is also looking to reduce its dependence on Taiwanese assemblers, led by the Foxconn Te…
 
In September, US Vice President Joe Biden approved the first $900 million in funding to build electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across 35 states in the US. In the latest, Biden announced the first round of funding for a countrywide EV charging network, which will fund the installation of stations in 35 states. Biden boasted about the work of …
 
It's not your imagination: Shopping on Amazon has gotten worse https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/interactive/2022/amazon-shopping-ads/ [Amazon founder Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post] Sure, Google and Facebook are chock full of ads, too. But on Amazon, we're supposed to be the customers, not the eyeballs for sale. We're paying Amazon to…
 
On Tuesday, Coinbase announced that it will be dropping support for four major cryptoassets - XRP, XLM, ETC, and BCH - from 1 January 2023 due to low usage. This news comes at a difficult time for Coinbase, whose shares have dropped by around 80% this year. The dispute between Coinbase and Apple arises from the latter's 30% cut from every App store…
 
LastPass has announced that it is investigating a new security breach. The company believes that the breach was caused by information obtained in the August 2022 incident. LastPass has confirmed that customers' passwords remain safely encrypted. The company is working with security firm Mandiant to investigate the breach. LastPass has also notified…
 
The collapse of FTX has sent shockwaves through the cryptocurrency industry, with many firms filing for bankruptcy as a result of their relationship with the now-insolvent exchange. Government officials are calling for better oversight of the cryptocurrency industry in order to prevent future incidents like the FTX blowup. CFTC Chairman Rostin Behn…
 
-Tesla's stock is at risk of plunging further due to increased competition in the EV market and CEO Elon Musk's recent Twitter antics. -Investors are worried that Tesla's market share will continue to decline in the coming years, as more and more cheaper EV options become available. -Tesla currently dominates the EV market in the US, but this is sl…
 
Salesforce reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for its third quarter ended October 31, 2022. Adjusted earnings per share came in at $1.40 on revenue of $7.84 billion, beating analyst estimates of $1.22 on revenue of $7.83 billion. The company also announced that co-CEO Bret Taylor is stepping down, effective January 31, 2023. Looking…
 
-Zuckerberg has joined Musk in criticizing Apple's App Store policies, calling them unilateral and unsustainable. -Zuckerberg echoed some of Musk's sentiment, calling Apple's content moderation rules a "conflict of interest," and saying they were often leveraged at rivals. -Zuckerberg made a contrast between Apple and Google, praising the latter fo…
 
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has retracted her earlier comments that there was no basis for an investigation into Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter. She has now said that such an investigation may be appropriate if national security concerns are raised. This change in stance comes after President Joe Biden said that Musk's ties to foreign investor…
 
The European Central Bank (ECB) has published a blog post that predicts the demise of Bitcoin. The blog post, written by ECB execs Ulrich Bindseil and Jürgen Schaaf, claims that Bitcoin is in its "last gasp before the road to irrelevance." The ECB officials believe that the current period of relative stabilization in Bitcoin's value is merely a pre…
 
DoorDash Inc. is cutting about 1,250 jobs to rein in expenses, acknowledging that a rapid expansion during the pandemic boom has led to mounting losses. Food-delivery platform DoorDash Inc. plans to lay off about 1,250 employees, becoming the latest technology company to admit that it grew expenses too rapidly for the current climate. In the latest…
 
In a recent tweet, Elon Musk has predicted a severe recession in 2023, saying that the US Federal Reserve's actions are amplifying the probability of one. Musk's comments come days after Amazon founder Jeff Bezos warned of an impending recession, and echo those of NorthmanTrader founder Sven Henrich, who also believes the Fed is to blame. The Fed h…
 
In 2019 and 2020, Google allegedly paid iHeartMedia more than $2.6 million to record and broadcast advertisements featuring radio personalities endorsing the Pixel 4. iHeartMedia and eleven other radio networks in ten major markets were paid for on-air endorsements with Google-provided scripts, the FTC said. As per the complaint, "Google paid iHear…
 
Elon Musk has caused controversy with his recent comments about working long hours at high intensity. David Marcus, a former Facebook and PayPal executive, has criticized Musk's comments. Marcus posted a tweet on November 16th about an employee who complained about the quality of a company's toilet paper during an all-hands meeting. The mass resign…
 
Amazon Security Lake allows customers to build a security data lake from integrated cloud and on-premises data sources as well as from their private applications. With support for the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF) standard, Amazon Security Lake reduces the complexity and costs for customers to make their security solutions data accessi…
 
Jack Ma, the Chinese billionaire and founder of Alibaba, has been living in Tokyo for the past six months, following Beijing's crackdown on the technology sector. Ma has kept a low profile during his time in Japan, socializing mainly within private members' clubs, and has made trips to the US and Israel. The co-founder of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.…
 
In 2018, A.P. Moller-Maersk and IBM announced the creation of TradeLens, a blockchain-based global trade platform. However, the two companies have now announced that they will be withdrawing the TradeLens offerings and discontinuing the platform. The decision was made due to a lack of full global industry collaboration, which has prevented the plat…
 
Bitfront, a crypto exchange based in the US, is shutting down. The company has cited challenges in the "rapidly evolving" industry as the reason for the shutdown. Bitfront is backed by Japanese social media giant Line Corp. The company has suspended new sign-ups and credit card payments, and will suspend withdrawals on March 31, 2023. FTX, one of t…
 
Apple stock is trading lower today amid concerns of an iPhone production shortfall due to the COVID-19 outbreak at Foxconn's factory in Zhengzhou, China. Many Apple stores are already grappling with iPhone Pro shortages of up to 35%-45% of typical inventory. Wedbush analyst Dan Ives estimates that the iPhone shortage could reduce sales by a rough 5…
 
Twitter owner Elon Musk has accused Apple of censorship, claiming that the tech giant has threatened to remove the Twitter app from the Apple App Store without providing a reason for doing so. In response to a question, Musk said that he would reluctantly make his own smartphone if there was no other choice. Apple has not commented on Musk's charge…
 
Anti-COVID lockdown protests are taking place in various cities throughout China. A deluge of pornographic spam on Twitter is making it difficult for users to search for information on the protests. The spam tweets appear to be coming from bot accounts and have increased in number over the last three days. It is believed that the Chinese government…
 
A massive Twitter data breach reported earlier this year of information on 5.4 million Twitter users was worse than initially reported. According to the news site 9to5Mac, initially one hacker was suspected of exploiting a vulnerability, which exposed Twitter IDs, names, login names, phone numbers and email addresses of subscribers. But last week 9…
 
Meta has been fined €265 million by the Irish data protection commission (DPC) for a massive 2021 Facebook data leak exposing the information of hundreds of million users worldwide. The leak was discovered in April 2021 and affected over 500 million Facebook users. The DPC has imposed a range of corrective measures on Meta, including an order to br…
 
Axsome Therapeutics' candidate for Alzheimer's disease agitation, AXS-05, met the main goal in a Phase 3 trial. The drug was shown to significantly reduce agitation in patients with Alzheimer's disease, with caregivers reporting improvements in symptoms starting as soon as a week after treatment. The company plans to discuss the data with the FDA w…
 
The aviation industry is looking into hydrogen as a possible zero-emission fuel source. Airbus is testing hydrogen propulsion on a superjumbo A380 with the goal of having a hydrogen-powered aircraft in service by 2035. Rolls-Royce and easyJet are working together to test hydrogen fuel on jet engines with the goal of having hydrogen-powered aircraft…
 
BlockFi has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the US in order to try and salvage its business. The company is facing difficulties following the collapse of FTX, with whom it had close financial ties. BlockFi hopes to focus on recovering all obligations owed to it by FTX and other counterparties during its restructuring process. The company has $25…
 
Shares of Taboola surged on Monday after the company announced a 30-year commercial agreement with Yahoo. Under the terms of the agreement, Yahoo will take a 25% stake in Taboola. The deal will help Taboola boost its revenue to $1.0 billion by 2025. Taboola shares have fallen sharply over the past year, but the company's latest quarterly results sh…
 
On November 27, 2022, Elon Musk revealed his Twitter 2.0, saying that new user signups are at an all-time high and that the company is actively recruiting. Musk's 2.0 version of Twitter includes long-form tweets, encrypted DMs, and "advertising as entertainment." According to internal company data, signups have increased by 66% and user active minu…
 
WhatsApp phone numbers of 487 million users have been stolen and put on sale on a "well-known" hacking community forum, the media reported. This is an unsettling amount of users affected by the WhatsApp leak. The information can be used by attackers for phishing attacks, and WhatsApp has around two billion monthly active users worldwide. The report…
 
Twitter CEO Elon Musk has stated that he is open to developing his own "alternative" smartphone in the event the tech giants deplatform his social media site, implying that he may be left with no other choice. This comes after conservative commentator Liz Wheeler tweeted that if Apple and Google ban Twitter from their app stores, Musk should produc…
 
Elon Musk wants Twitter to diversify its revenue stream beyond advertising, but no major social network has managed to go without ads altogether. Facebook pretty much set the standard for having an ad model for social networks, but that doesn't have to be the way social platforms monetize. Social networks are facing budget cuts from inflation-affli…
 
Gold checks will be given to verified companies, grey checks to verified government officials, and blue checks to verified individual accounts (celebrities or not) on Twitter. This verification process will be painful but necessary, according to CEO Elon Musk. All verified accounts will be manually authenticated before the check mark is activated. …
 
Twitter CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the company aims to re-launch its account verification scheme next Friday, on Dec. 2. The new program will have multiple colors for different kinds of accounts, and Musk says that there will be manual verification before the checkmark activates. This is the second time that Musk has tried to launch a paid verifica…
 
Amazon has announced that it is shutting down its food delivery service in India by the end of December. The company has cited its annual operating planning review process as the reason for the decision. According to Amazon, the decision to shut down the food delivery service will not impact its other operations in India, which include grocery, sma…
 
Tesla is recalling over 80,000 cars in China due to software and seat belt issues. The recall affects Tesla's Model S and Model X cars, which were produced between 2013 and 2020. Tesla is also recalling 2,736 imported Model 3 cars, as well as 10,127 China-made Model 3 cars, due to seat belt issues. The recalls are costly and reputationally damaging…
 
Amazon workers in dozens of countries are protesting for better wages and working conditions as part of a campaign dubbed "Make Amazon Pay." The campaign is being coordinated by an international coalition of trade unions, with the support of environmental and civil society groups. In the U.S., UK, India, Japan, Australia, South Africa and across Eu…
 
According to a Twitter conversation between Elon Musk and George Hotz, Hotz has been hired to fix the search feature on Twitter and remove the non-dismissible login pop-up. Hotz received the offer from Twitter's new boss after Musk issued an ultimatum to Twitter employees to either go "extremely hardcore" or leave. In a tweet, Hotz said he is down …
 
Twitter has closed its office in Brussels, Belgium, according to the Financial Times. The move has raised concerns about the social media company's compliance with new EU laws to control big tech. Twitter's Brussels office was small, but it was perceived as a “crucial conduit to European policymakers,” according to the Financial Times. The last two…
 
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