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Best Tech podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Tech podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
Over the years, technology has advanced to become a vital part of people's everyday lives. People use technology to communicate with friends and family regardless of their location, get information from the stock market, check the latest news, and much more. Podcasts as a media have enabled people to follow the latest news and trends in technology, while commuting, working out, walking in the park, etc. What is more, they can be followed even without Internet connection, in any part of the day. The podcasts offered in this catalog discuss about important topics in technology. Some of them discuss about the operating systems, software and game development and development techniques and trends. Other podcasts discuss about tech startups, SEO, SMM and digital marketing. There are podcasts where game fans can get the latest news on DotA, LoL and other games. Also, some hosts invite leading names in technology to discuss about the impact of technology on society as well as about big ideas that could change the way society functions.
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How the technology business is transforming the way we live and work.
 
Technological and digital news from around the world.
 
With secret labs and expert guests, Sleepwalkers explores the thrill of the AI revolution hands-on, to see how we can stay in control of our future.
 
TechStuff is a show about technology. And it’s not just how technology works. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture.
 
Get the latest in technology news for your weekday commute. The Wall Street Journal's reporters and editors highlight leading companies, new gadgets, consumer trends and cyber issues. From San Francisco to New York to the hottest conferences, our journalists help you stay plugged in..
 
A round up of the top tech news of the day from TechCrunch.
 
Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech.Records live every Sunday at 5:15pm Eastern / 2:15pm Pacific / 22:15 UTC.
 
A critical look at new technologies, new approaches and new ways of thinking, from politics to media to environmental sustainability.
 
"'A podcast about the internet' that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it." - The Guardian. Hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman, from Gimlet.
 
Stories about the people transforming technology from the command line up.
 
Hosted by Molly Wood, “Marketplace Tech” demystifies the digital economy. The daily show uncovers how tech influences our lives in unexpected ways and provides context for listeners who care about the impact of tech, business and the digital world.
 
Get in-depth coverage of current and future trends in technology, and how they are shaping business, entertainment, communications, science, politics, and society.
 
Technical interviews about software topics.
 
Explore the dark side of the Internet with host Jack Rhysider as he takes you on a journey through the chilling world of privacy hacks, data breaches, and cyber crime. The masterful criminal hackers who dwell on the dark side show us just how vulnerable we all are.
 
Explore provocative ideas with the potential to radically improve the world. Vox’s Dylan Matthews tackles big questions about the most effective ways to save lives, fight global warming, and end world poverty to create a more perfect future. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Kara Swisher, Silicon Valley’s most revered journalist, hosts candid interviews with tech execs, politicians, celebrities and more about their big ideas and how they’re changing our world. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
Become the best software developer you can be
 
Lew Later is a show discussing technology, the internet and the future.
 
Inside the hottest personal tech stories of the week; mobile apps, gear, social networking, and entertainment.
 
A series about what it's really like to start a business.
 
BBC Radio 5 live’s award winning gaming podcast, discussing the world of video games and games culture.
 
Keep up to date with independent, authoritative and trustworthy discussion of the tech news of the day. Tom Merritt and co-host's home for daily tech news.
 
Get smarter, faster on the most talked-about topics in tech, business and politics in just 10 minutes. Hosted by Axios' business editor, Dan Primack.
 
The day's tech news, every day at 5pm. From Techmeme.com, Silicon Valley's most-read news source. 15 minutes and you're up to date.
 
A tech podcast for the gadget lovers and tech heads among us from the mind of Marques Brownlee, better known as MKBHD. MKBHD has made a name for himself on YouTube reviewing everything from the newest smartphones to cameras to electric cars. Pulling from over 10 years of experience covering the tech industry, MKBHD will keep you informed and entertained as he takes a deep dive into the latest and greatest in tech and what deserves your hard earned cash. New episodes every other week.Link to ...
 
Audio home of The Jimquisition, featuring its lovely little podcast, Podquisition - starring Jim Sterling, Laura Kate, and Gavin Dunne!
 
Stories and interviews from people on their coding journey.
 
Podcast by ycombinator
 
Heather Anne Campbell and Nick Wiger love video games. Together, they're playing the very worst and weirdest games ever made with their funniest friends to get down to this fundamental question: How Did This Get Played?
 
Want TED Talks on the go? Every weekday, this feed brings you our latest talks in audio format. Hear thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable -- from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between -- given by the world's leading thinkers and doers. This collection of talks, given at TED and TEDx conferences around the globe, is also available in video format.
 
Hello! This is The Vergecast, the flagship podcast of The Verge... and your life. Every Friday, Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller make sense of the week's tech news with help from our diverse and wide-ranging staff. And on Tuesdays, Nilay hosts in-depth, one-on-one interviews with major technology leaders. Join us every week for a fun, deeply nerdy, often off-the-rails conversation about what's happening now (and next) in technology and gadgets.
 
Discover what comes next with this in-depth look at how science and technology are revolutionizing the way we live, work and play. Join our award-winning team of journalists as we crisscross the country to interview the leaders and luminaries reshaping our world.
 
Explore the world's biggest ideas and the people making them happen. Are you ready for self-driving cars, jetpacks, 3D printed food, or a trip to Mars? Moonshot talks to the people who are at the forefront of all this rapid change to find out what the future of humanity might actually look like. Hosted by Kristofor Lawson and Andrew Moon.
 
A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
 
A podcast about tech and society, hosted by Ben Thompson and James Allworth
 
Tech news from a uniquely Catholic perspective
 
Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices.
 
Every week Linus and Luke discuss the most current happenings in the technology universe.
 
This is the official podcast of Tested.com. Tested brings you the week's technology and science news, with hosts Will Smith, Norman Chan, and Jeremy Williams. There's no jargon here, just solid explanations of the week's news--and plenty of wacky tangents. Make sure you stick around after the outro for fake outtakes!
 
Steve Gibson, the man who coined the term spyware and created the first anti-spyware program, creator of Spinrite and ShieldsUP, discusses the hot topics in security today with Leo Laporte.Records live every Tuesday at 4:30pm Eastern / 1:30pm Pacific / 21:30 UTC.
 
The podcast about Python and the people who make it great
 
More signal, less noise—we distill the day’s critical cyber security news into a concise daily briefing.
 
Welcome to The Garyvee Audio Experience, hosted by entrepreneur, CEO, investor, vlogger, and public speaker Gary Vaynerchuk. On this podcast you'll find a mix of my #AskGaryVee show episodes, keynote speeches on marketing and business, segments from my DAILYVEE video series, interviews and fireside chats I've given, as well as new and current thoughts I record originally for this audio experience!
 
Future Technologies Poised to Transform Our Lives For The Better are the focus of this podcast. Almost here means these technologies are Now Here, or Just Around The Corner. Listen to the latest future tech news & interviews, featuring Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, stem cells, regenerative medicine, Bitcoin, Blockchain & other cutting-edge stuff.
 
No one does a better job of explaining technology, computers, and the Internet than Leo Laporte. This feed contains the full audio of his twice weekly radio talk show as heard on stations all over the US on the Premiere Radio Networks. For show notes and more visit techguylabs.com.Records live weekends at 2:06pm Eastern / 11:06am Pacific / 19:06 UTC.
 
The award-winning WIRED UK Podcast with James Temperton and the rest of the team. Listen every week for the an informed and entertaining rundown of latest technology, science, business and culture news. New episodes every Friday.
 
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It turns out your antivirus software might be spying on you too. The more we learn about privacy, the less it seems we have. Here's the story about Avast and its subsidiary, Jumpshot: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/qjdkq7/avast-antivirus-sells-user-browsing-data-investigation.
 
We’re in a moment right now where we’re sort of mad at technology. Our phones are sucking up all our time and data; our social media platforms are spreading misinformation and divisive arguments; there are privacy and ethical dilemmas around every corner. But there are those who still believe that technological innovation will change our lives for …
 
Epigenetics is a mechanism for regulating gene expression, and Professor Upasna Sharma at the University of California, Santa Cruz defines epigenetic inheritance as the inheritance of phenotypic changes in the absence of changes in the underlying DNA. She explains her research by exploring the following: The three primary ways in which gene regulat…
 
Big tech companies have long bucked government attempts to regulate them. But now, they're changing their tune. WSJ reporter Sebastian Herrera joins us from San Francisco to explain why tech leaders are now saying they're all for more rules. Kateri Jochum hosts. Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, has a commercial agreement to su…
 
Excel Esport's new Chief Commercial Officer, Robin McCammon reflects on making the jump across the electronic divide from adidas and Launcher’s Elise Favis catches us up about the Californian state government's intervention in the Riot Games class action law suit settlement.By BBC Radio 5 live
 
A recent post from WhiteSource identifies the trends in Open Source software licensing and makes predictions on what shape Open Source software will take down the road. Starring Tom Merritt, Richard Stroffolino, Roger Chang For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacyBy Tom Merritt
 
How much energy does a Google search use? Can cord-cutting save me money? 4K passthrough on AV receivers, driverless cars may be closer than you think, external streaming boxes vs. built-in TV apps, getting started building your own computer, saving money on phone data while on a cruise, printing from a USB drive, buying a laptop with Linux, and mo…
 
This Week's Stories: Was Jeff Bezos really hacked by Saudi Arabia? Welcome to the post-fact era. Embrace the power of ignorance! Sonos backs off threat to brick old speakers Apple pushes back against EU common charging standard Sundar Pichai calls for regulation of AI Why banning face recognition is just the first step One good thing about Brexit T…
 
Jane Wakefield checks out the latest educational tech at the Bett 2020 show in London and talks to Apple and Google about how they think technology can prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow. Plus she finds out what role robots can play in teaching. And is always-connected technology making you stressed and burnt-out? If so, we hear some tips th…
 
There's money in your mouth. Figuratively speaking (we hope). A growing number of startups and full-fledged companies are looking to bring their smart technology into your mouth. A toothbrush that uses AI to monitor your brushing, dental floss as a subscription service, wearables for teeth—oral hygiene is a booming business for tech companies, who …
 
Freya Holmér makes educational math visualizations, does live game development on Twitch, as well as creates videos and Unity tools! She's been in the games industry for 10 years, working on things like Shader Forge, a node-based shader editor for Unity, and Budget Cuts, a VR stealth game made at Neat Corp. She talks to Scott about her love of math…
 
After a congressional hearing with executives from Sonos, Tile, Basecamp, and PopSockets, the chairman of the House Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law, Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI), speaks to The Verge’s Nilay Patel and Adi Robertson about leading an investigation into how big tech platforms like Google, Amazon, and Apple a…
 
As I said on Friday, we’re going to delve into Sports Tech in a meaningful way for the first time. This will cover the streaming wars from a new angle because, where is sports in all that? This will be esports, the streaming wars surrounding game streaming, the new betting economy, this will be wearables and actual sports tech products. My guest is…
 
An app is helping Australian’s stay safe during the Bush fires. Fires Near Me was created by the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and we hear how it works from journalist Corinne Podger. Also the WICEN HAM Radio operators who are providing emergency communications when mobile masts and internet connections are disrupted and measuring air quality …
 
The UK government will allow Huawei to build SOME 5G components, the coronavirus is testing the Great Firewall of China, Product Hunt has a social network, Gruber is critical of the iPad at 10, and would you stay at an Atari Hotel? Sponsors: Metalab.co Wealthfront.com/techmeme Links: UK Huawei decision appears to avert row with US (The Guardian) As…
 
Internet in Kashmir partially back onFollowing a court ruling in India, the internet has been partially restored in Kashmir. There is still no access to social media but the Indian government was forced to allow some access. Mishi Choudhary, founder of the Software Freedom Law Centre in New Delhi updates us on the situation.PigeonbotImagine a robot…
 
Britain decides to let Huawei into its 5G infrastructure, just a little bit, anyway. Citizen Lab reports on its investigation of Saudi use of Pegasus spyware against journalists. Avast is again collecting user data and sharing anonymized data with a subsidiary for sale to business customers. Some Data Privacy Day thoughts on agreeing to terms and c…
 
Welcome to TechCrunch daily news, a round up of the top tech news of the day. -- Facebook makes good on a privacy promise made in 2018 -- ServiceNow acquires an AI startup -- and Flipboard is moving into local news. Here’s your Daily Crunch for January 28, 2020. First up: Facebook is making its “Off-Facebook Activity” tool, which allows users to ma…
 
A new report from VICE’s Motherboard found that JumpShot, a subsidiary of antivirus company Avast, has been collecting and selling user data and browsing history. Dan and Motherboard editorial director Jason Koebler discuss the granularity of the data being sold, and what this means for users. Plus: The U.K. allows a controversial Chinese company t…
 
Some common life-saving medicines, such as insulin, are made of proteins so large and fragile that they need to be injected instead of ingested as pills. But a new generation of medicine -- made from smaller, more durable proteins known as peptides -- is on its way. In a quick, informative talk, molecular engineer and TED Fellow Christopher Bahl ex…
 
Catch up on the most important news today in 2 minutes or less. Get even more news you can use with the Tech in Two newsletter. Sign up here: https://www.wired.com/tt
 
Musician Neil Young and tech executive Phil Baker have been trying to push the tech industry to make it easier for consumers to listen to high-quality audio for almost a decade now. The duo’s hi-res music player Pono aimed to fix problems they said plagued MP3 players like the iPod and music software like iTunes — like compressed, lossy, and low-fi…
 
Kara and Scott talk about the spread of coronavirus and how it is affecting China. They discuss how the story of Kobe Bryant's tragic death played out on Twitter. Also, YouTube is now having their moderators sign a release acknowledging they could get PTSD from doing the work... Kara has thoughts. In listener mail, we get a question about players i…
 
Organoid modeling can be done using adult human tissues, mouse models, or by engineering induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS). At UC San Diego Health, Associate Project Scientist, Herve Tiriac, is using adult tissues to create 3D patient-derived pancreas-like organoids. He discusses the following: What portion of the pancreas is modeled in pancreat…
 
Diego Saez Gil is the founder of Pachama. Pachama is building a marketplace where companies can support carbon offset projects.The YC podcast is hosted by Craig Cannon.Y Combinator invests a small amount of money ($150k) in a large number of startups (recently 200), twice a year.Learn more about YC and apply for funding here: https://www.ycombinato…
 
Dr. Abby Johnson, Postdoctoral Associate, Knights Lab at the University of Minnesota, discusses her work in research, including detailed information on nutrition and a healthy gut diet. Podcast Points of Discussion: Phytochemicals, and fiber compositions of certain foods Can we actually change the stability of the microbiome? How does what we eat i…
 
Distributed systems are required to run most modern enterprise software. Application services need multiple instances for scalability and failover. Large databases are sharded onto multiple nodes. Logging services, streaming frameworks, and continuous integration tools all require the orchestration of more than one server. Deploying a distributed s…
 
Today’s episode is from a sitdown with fellow entrepreneur Chip Conley. We talk about his start-ups and his unique perspective on aging and ageism. Let me know what you thought. If you subscribe, your review would mean the world to me ❤️. Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731
 
They don’t fit in your pocket. But in their day, minicomputers were an order of magnitude smaller than the room-sized mainframes that preceded them. And they paved the way for the personal computers that could fit in a bag and, eventually, the phones in your pocket. 16-bit minicomputers changed the world of IT in the 1970s. They gave companies the …
 
There are now over 2,700 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, with five in the United States. Ron Klain, the Ebola response coordinator for the Obama administration, joins Dan to talk about the current outbreak, policy tools that could address it, and how much we know — and still don’t — about this virus. Plus: The for-profit prison industry’s most toxi…
 
Vine has a spiritual successor in Byte, the new razr might have “bumps and lumps,” your anti-virus program might be selling all your clicks, Seamless might be inventing restaurants from whole cloth, and the AI algorithm that spotted the Wuhan virus early. Sponsors: Metalab.co MintMobile.com/ride Links: Vine reboot Byte officially launches (TechCrun…
 
Someone has been running a DNS hijacking campaign against governments in southeast Europe and southwest Asia, and Reuters thinks that someone looks like Turkey. Experts would like to see a more thorough forensic analysis of Mr. Bezos’ iPhone: that hack may look like a Saudi job, but the evidence remains circumstantial. Interpol’s Operation Night Fu…
 
Welcome to TechCrunch daily news, a round up of the top tech news of the day. Just in the past few days, we’ve heard about the passing of basketball legend and venture investor Kobe Bryant, Samasource CEO Leila Janah, and “Innovator’s Dilemma” author Clayton Christensen. That said, not all of the recent headlines were sad. Today, we're also coverin…
 
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Holocaust survivor Werner Reich recounts his harrowing adolescence as a prisoner transported between concentration camps -- and shares how a small, kind act can inspire a lifetime of compassion. "If you ever know somebody who needs help, if you know somebody who is scared, be kind to them," he says. "If you do it at the right time, it will enter th…
 
How do all those smart speakers actually work? From basic speaker technology to the complicated science behind voice recognition and natural language processing, we find out! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisersBy iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks
 
Now that the California Consumer Privacy Act is in place, lots of researchers and consumers are testing out their new rights under the law to find out what information data companies have about them. It’s now possible to ask companies to delete that data if you so desire, but to really scrub yourself out of the data machine, you’re going have to pu…
 
At WALTHAM Petcare Science Institute, the goal is to understand what drives health and wellbeing in our pets—whether cats, dogs, fish, or horses. Vice president of the institute, Kay O’Donnell, discusses the following: How an identification of biomarkers and an understanding of the microbiomes of different species can elucidate what drives health a…
 
Picture this - in the future, an AI bot will learn you and your preferences. Fancy dinner or dive bar? Tall or short? Funny or serious? The bot will browse the dating apps, start conversations, flirt, and set up dates for you. It might even predict your compatibility score with a future mate. An episode of Black Mirror? Nope. It's tech already bein…
 
Paul Turner & Robert McBride, co-founders of Felix Biotechnology (felixbt.com), discuss the growing problem of antibiotic resistance and the new therapies on the horizon. In this podcast they’ll discuss: The ways in which targeted biotherapeutics could change modern medicine What regulatory hurdles do biotech companies face as they march to the mar…
 
Chat systems have been a part of software development for decades. Older systems like Pidgin and Yammer were surpassed by newer systems like HipChat. And when Slack was created, it quickly became a part of most software companies. But Slack does not fulfill the needs of every company. Mattermost is an open-source chat system. Mattermost can be conf…
 
For the second episode of 'Interrupted' I welcome VaynerSpeakers' Jesse Itzler to the show. We talk about entrepreneurship and how effort is everything. Make sure to check out his socials and don't forget to hit me up! Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 https://jesseitzler.com/ https://twitter.com/JesseItzler https://www.instagram.com/jesseit…
 
Rooting out corruption has long been a human process. Meaning: it's long been a process prone to human error. Reporter Dylan Tokar joins us to explain how one company is tapping machine learning to try and change that. Kateri Jochum hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Sci-fi novelist and science journalist Annalee Newitz talks with Recode's Kara Swisher about their new book, The Future of Another Timeline. Newitz, who was previously a founding editor of io9 and the editor in chief of Gizmodo, talks about their winding route to becoming a writer, by way of monster movies; how their first book Autonomous addresses…
 
Shauna Baker (Twitch) joins Nick and Heather to discuss the strange and beloved Katamari Damacy. They talk about how scary it would be to get rolled up on a Katamari, how jacked the King of All Cosmos is, and more! This episode is brought to you by The Besties podcast.By Earwolf & Heather Anne Campbell, Nick Wiger
 
In this episode, we're talking about ethics in open source with Coraline Ehmke, software developer, and creator of the Contributor Covenant, as well as the Hippocratic License. Coraline talks about her coding journey, open source, licenses, and how and why it’s important to create an ethical framework for those licenses. Show Links Digital Ocean (s…
 
We all want to save more money -- but overall, people today are doing less and less of it. Behavioral scientist Wendy De La Rosa studies how everyday people make decisions to improve their financial well-being. What she's found can help you painlessly make the commitment to save more and spend less.By Wendy De La Rosa
 
Summary A standard feature in most modern web applications is the ability to log in or register using accounts that you already own on other sites such as Google, Facebook, or Twitter. Building your own integrations for each service can be complex and time consuming, distracting you from the features that you and your users actually care about. For…
 
This episode is from a November 2018 interview I did on the ADHD podcast with Travis Mills. We talked about the ability to listen and how big self-awareness is for entrepreneurs. Lots of value here you can use!! Don’t forget to hit me up or leave a review! Remember we're shouting out the best reviews each day. Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-57…
 
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