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Discover the latest information on 'what's hot' in the digital world, best practices and big concepts for innovation, disruption and pivoting in the Silicon Valley. Features: Innovation | Cyber Risk & Security | Bitcoin & Blockchain | Cross - Border Business | Silicon Valley Insider airs Friday's at 1:00 pm on AM 1220 KDOW and Saturday's 10:00 am 860 AM KTRB The Answer in the Silicon Valley / San Francisco Bay Area.
 
Startup insider Kent Lindstrom explores the reality behind the Silicon Valley headlines as he sits down with the established veterans and up-and-comers who are shaping the way we view the world online and beyond. Topics include technology trends, startups, Silicon Valley politics, women in silicon valley and more. Learn the histories of each guest and be enlightened by their area of expertise. New episode released each Tuesday at Noon, Pacific Time.
 
Über 20.000 Deutsche leben in San Francisco und der Bay Area. Viele von ihnen sind erfolgreiche Unternehmer, Gründer und interessante Leader weltweit führender Tech-Unternehmen wie Google, Facebook oder Apple – oder arbeiten zum Teil bei spannenden Startups und Hidden Champions. Wer sind diese Menschen, was machen sie, was hat sie zu dem gemacht, wie sie heute sind und wo sie heute stehen. Host Christian Byza – OMR Co-Founder und Product Manager bei LinkedIn in San Francisco – findet es hera ...
 
The future is words. More businesses are investing in high quality UX writers and content strategists. Apple, Uber, Shopify, Spotify, Amazon...the list goes on. "UX Writer" is now one of the hottest jobs in tech - and around the world, too. Why? They realise writers embedded in design crews are the great differentiator. This podcast is all about those writers - who they are, where they come from, what they do...and why the work they do is so important. You've heard all about the stories of b ...
 
San Jose, Calif. radio station 1590 KLIV (AM) is the home of "Inside Silicon Valley," a weekly public affairs program that explores the trends, challenges and opportunities facing Silicon Valley. The program is presented by Joint Venture Silicon Valley, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving economic vitality and overall quality of life. Joint Venture CEO Russell Hancock is the host.
 
Welcome to Silicon Valley One podcast. It's based out of the heart of Silicon Valley focusing on tech, trends, and inspirational topics. This is a podcast that is dedicated to improving yourself in anyway possible. Mario and Aaron speak about what it is to live the Silicon Valley lifestyle. What's buzzing in the area and their opinions on it.
 
In 2014, Michael Goldberg, assistant professor of design and innovation at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, launched his free Massive Open Online Course "Beyond Silicon Valley." Using the city of Cleveland, Ohio, as an example, Goldberg wanted to show how to create and support a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem outside of Silicon Valley. Two years later, more than 100,000 students from 190 countries have taken the course. It has been translated into ...
 
In a major new series Danny Fortson paints a picture of Silicon Valley - how it became the most important driver of tech and society on the planet, and where the people who run it are planning on going next. Danny has been the West Coast correspondent for The Sunday Times since the beginning of 2017, covering all things technology and Silicon Valley. He also hosts the weekly Danny in the Valley podcast. Before moving to California, where he was born and raised, he spent more than a decade in ...
 
Hosts Sam Kabert & Sergio Oliveri cover all things Silicon Valley with a comedic twist (focus of Business News, Networking Events and Sports). Sam and Sergio met through the Silicon Valley Young Professionals (SVYP). Immediately a friendship was formed and since 2013 the two have been on the Executive Committee for SVYP. Expect to hear about the latest happenings on the WhatUp Silicon Valley weekly podcast.
 
Welcome to the Silicon Valley Startup Podcast, hosted by us here at Founders Floor - an immersive coworking accelerator that mentors and backs startups right here in San Jose. On every episode, we have new investors and founders sharing their wisdom on how to create that truly successful startup company. Our main rule on this podcast is to tell it like it is so that you can use the candid advice we share to help grow your own company.
 
Do you love HBO's Silicon Valley? Do you like reading about the latest technology trends? Then you'll love this show. Think of us as the real world/explain-it-how-it-is podcast for anyone with a Silicon Valley fetish. The Bay Area, San Francisco, and California in general are undergoing massive political and social change. We tackle issues like homelessness, the housing crisis, dating in the age of technology, startups, and other things you care about. How will it affect your life? It doesn' ...
 
Ripped from the pages of Adam Fisher's uncensored history of Silicon Valley, Valley of Genius features the hackers, founders, and freaks who made Silicon Valley boom, in their own words. Drawn from over 200 interviews with the brightest stars and hidden heroes of technology, Valley of Genius is required listening for history buffs, tech lovers, and anyone interested in the innovation, betrayal, and magic of Silicon Valley. Although the show is no longer in production, you can enjoy episodes ...
 
Curious of what it takes to grow a startup in Silicon Valley? Looking for tips and advice straight from Silicon Valley founders, leaders and experts? Expect lots of startup insights on Valley Talks! Subscribe to Valley Talks to never miss a single episode. We're mainly a video series, but happy to deliver audio interviews for those who prefer to listen. The host, Sylvia Gorajek, is the founder and producer of Valley Talks and owner of video production studio for tech startups – Denim Video. ...
 
This is a podcast that features interviews and conversations with authors, parents, child development experts. It'll also feature conversations with "kids" (i.e. teens and others,) and parents living in the Bay Area. Feel free to send me your show ideas. Podcast art: Annie Dills (https://www.anniedills.com/) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sarah-lai-stirland/support
 
Story Telling can be healing for both the story teller and listener alike.Yet for most people experiencing homelessness, lives are lived on the fringes, voices are left unheard and opportunities for the larger community to understand them are lost.These heartfelt stories, a collaboration between Story Corps and the Valley Homeless Healthcare Program present the voices of people experiencing homelessness, and shine a light on the humanity of the most vulnerable members of our society.
 
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Suneel Gupta is author of the book “Backable: The Surprising Truth Behind What Makes People Take a Chance”. Backable tells Suneel’s journey from first-time entrepreneur to being named “The New Face of Innovation” by the New York Stock Exchange. Suneel’s ideas have been adopted by firms like Greylock and Google Ventures, and he served as an Entrepre…
 
May is AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) Heritage Month. In honor of AAPI, Keith is hosting a series highlighting leaders in the AAPI community. On this episode of Silicon Valley Insider (#SVIN), Keith’s guest is Hang Black, author of “Embrace Your Edge: Pave Your Own Path as an Immigrant Woman in the Workplace” who discusses insights from her…
 
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Heute in der 1. Geburtstagsfolge vom OMR Silicon Valley Update Podcast: Hans-Ulrich Südbeck, Deutscher Generalkonsul in San Francisco Hans-Ulrich oder auch Uli Südbeck ist der deutsche Generalkonsul in San Francisco. Er hat die deutsche tech Community hier zusammengebracht wie vielleicht kein anderer zuvor und kurz vor dem Ende seiner Amtszeit hier…
 
David Bohnett founded GeoCities in the 1990s, well before the internet attained its current ubiquity. GeoCities became publicly traded on NASDAQ and was acquired by Yahoo! Inc. in 1999. In a 2007 article, the Wall Street Journal described it as a Facebook prototype and noted, “Back then, entries were known as home pages, not profiles. But the basic…
 
Facebook’s Oversight Board upholds the Trump account suspension. Signal trolls Facebook using its own ad system. An appeals court has ruled that Section 230 does not apply to app design. Kind of. It’s complicated. And the not complicated reason why some exchanges can’t tell you the price of Berkshire Hathaway stock right now. Think: partying like i…
 
Twitter opens up Space more broadly, and buys the startup Scroll. So, what is the larger endgame here with their subscription play? Apple benefits from the turmoil in Google’s AI team. A breakdown of day one of the Apple/Epic Games trial. And how many people still pay a monthly subscription to AOL? Sponsors: Masterworks.io, promocode: ride Cybereas…
 
Kuo says we’re gonna see a foldable iPhone soon. After the iOS privacy changes, Facebook is giving users popups begging them to turn tracking on. The interesting new “green” cryptocurrency that is launching today. And a backgrounder and breakdown of the Apple/Epic games trial that is kicking off today. Sponsors: PorkBun.com/tld/design use coupon co…
 
Last week, the great Ed Zitron (@edzitron) , head of the media relations firm EZPR, put out a post that got a lot of chatter where he laid out a bear case for Clubhouse. So I tweeted out, did anyone want to do a bull case for clubhouse so we could do a bull/bear debate episode? And the great Joseph Flaherty (@josephflaherty) of Founders Collective …
 
The EU does indeed charge Apple with antitrust violations. Roku has indeed followed through on its threats to YouTube TV. Will the Magic Keyboard actually work with the new iPad Pros or not? And of course, the weekend longreads suggestions. Sponsors: Red-ID.com/brian AirMedCareNetwork.com/tech offer code TECH Links: EU Charges Apple With App Store …
 
The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Fraser Robinson, founder of Beacon, to talk about solving supply chains (2:45), the problem (5:10), his first startup (11:15), becoming the “adult in the room” (18:30), the early days at lastminute.com (19:50), starting another business in 2010 (22:30), getting recruited to Uber (24:45), …
 
Another earnings round up leads me to ask, what if the Covid era really is a historical inflection point for tech? AT&T has decided what to charge for HBO with ads, while Verizon is try to get someone to take AOL and Yahoo of their hands. What if we did streaming gaming, but just for browsing the web? Say hello to Mighty. And odds are, you’ve proba…
 
The Consumer Technology Association says they’re doing it live! As in, an in-person CES once again. Samsung announces two superlight laptops that are nonetheless, still “pro.” Netflix launches a new interface to take away what to watch fatigue. A roundup of tech earnings. And help Microsoft pick a new default font for Office. Sponsors: Red-ID.com/b…
 
Is the EU about to bring the hammer down on Apple? Are Apple M2 chips right around the corner? Spotify launches its Podcast Subscription offering, and it is an interesting contrast to Apple’s. A whole slew of new Fire Tablets from Amazon. Lyft exits the self-driving game. And we’re in a dark new world when it comes to ransomware attacks. Sponsors: …
 
The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Sid Sijbrandij, co-founder of Gitab, to talk about running a remote-first company (2:45), how it works (5:45), organising informal communication (8:30), minimising meetings (9:45), on-boarding (12:30), convincing investors (14:15), the problem with “hybrid” work models (15:50), the future…
 
Facebook rolls out that Spotify integration. Roku accuses Google of making anticompetitive demands for YouTube TV. iOS 14.5 rolls out, and with it that App Tracking Transparency tool. Apple plans a big new campus in North Carolina. And DoNotPay’s latest service helps protect your selfies from the global panopticon. Sponsors: CalderaLab.com use code…
 
Spotify looks like it’s going to quickly counter Apple with a Podcasts Subscription competitor that might be extremely creator friendly. The mystery of the driverless Tesla car crash. Worth noting how quickly things have been turned around for the better over at Snapchat. And of course, the Weekend Longreads Suggestions. Sponsors: Tovala.com/ride A…
 
The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent brings on Cade Metz, New York Times tech journalist and author of Genius Makers, to talk about the rise of artificial intelligence (3:00), the most important auction in tech (4:35), Europe’s AI crackdown (7:40), Geoff Hinton and neural networks (10:00), how AI starts to spread (13:00), Deepmind’s Demis Hassabis …
 
Dish partners with AWS to build the first public cloud-based 5G network. iPadOS 15 might let you go full widget on the home screen. Some of those stolen schematics suggest we will be getting the MacBook Pros we deserve. I’ve got an interesting raise for a product every Product Manager should know about. And the first reviews of the Apple Air Tags a…
 
The EU proposes a big new regulatory framework for AI. A ransomware gang threatens to release Apple product schematics unless they get paid off. Fallout from yesterday’s Apple event including what you can and cannot put on your AirTags. Netflix has disappointed Wall Street, and Amazon is expanding its “pay with your palm” program to more Whole Food…
 
All of the headlines from Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event. All of the announcements Mark Zuckerberg made in that Discord room yesterday. Binance hires a former regulator to be its new CEO. And Fitbit wants to sell you a fashion forward Fitness Tracker. Sponsors: ManlyBands.com/techmeme Kracken.com/techmeme Classified: RobBettis.com Links: Apple updat…
 
Mon. 04/19 – Facebook To Announce Going Big On Audio, Via Audio? Facebook has probably just outlined its plans to go big on audio, via a digital audio room. Clubhouse has officially announced that big new raise, probably in reaction to that, to some degree, A16Z did indeed triple down, and I try to outline all the threads for you. Britain might blo…
 
The biggest semiconductor companies in the world warn than the global chip shortage might roll on for years. Could that recent batch of Facebook accounts showing up on the dark web lead to the dreaded maximal GDPR action? Apple says it pays artists more than Spotify does, but is that really true? Depends on how you run the numbers. And of course, t…
 
The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent brings on Matt Hall, founder of Larva Labs, to talk about creating cryptopunks (3:00), what he did before this (4:30), creating cryptopunks in 2017 (9:00), cryptokitties (11:00), how it works (12:45), giving them away (14:00), from zero to a $250m market (15:15), why NFTs took off (20:05), who is buying them (24…
 
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