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This podcast focuses on comparing and contrasting two pairs of characters from different books, specifically Romeo & Juliet (Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare) and Sarah and Linda (Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley). Cover art photo provided by Janko Ferlič on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thepootphotographer
 
Win or Die: Analyzing 'Game of Thrones' As we count down the final episodes, Statesman writers and "Game of Thrones" super fans Joe Gross and Phil Jankowski examine where the heroes and villains of Westeros might be headed. There will be dragons involved. Web link to our landing page: http://gatehousenews.com/gameofthrones/home/site/statesman.com/
 
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Coming on the heels of Meta and Microsoft announcing competing visions for the metaverse, the two Big Tech companies have announced plans to collaborate. We discuss why the collaboration makes sense, at least for now. Plus, we weigh in on how Netflix's new mobile games and TikTok-like kids programming is better leveraging its evolving IP for mobile…
 
We discuss Apple's take on why the perpetually exposed iPhone must remain closed to sideloaded apps while the Mac is open to them. Pus, at Microsoft Ignite, the software giant shoots back at just-minted Meta with its own plans to deliver the metaverse to businesses and consumers. We discuss the implications of Microsoft's metaverse play as well as …
 
Meta represents more than a new name for Facebook. We discuss the vision behind Facebook's future direction as well as how effectively the company can capitalize on it. Plus, while big cloud services continued to drive revenue, we look at how supply chain challenges and some demand softening has led to some high-profile estimate misses. Finally, we…
 
Apple's new MacBook Pros take full advantage of the company's new M1 Pro chips. We dig into how the company presented the performance as well as how the company is coming is reaching key price points with various models. Plus, Google also played up its Tensor chip in giving its Pixel 6 phones some impressive new capabilities. We discuss whether it'…
 
We take a detailed look at Microsoft's new Surface offerings, including the Surface Laptop Studio that replaces the Surface Book, and the Surface Duo 2, the beefed-up cameras of which are poised to make the dual-screened phone competitive with flagships. Plus, social media networks TikTok and Facebook are hoping to improve search results by doing a…
 
We look at Apple's recent media event where the iPhone 13 failed to reach for the skies as Apple beefed up the Apple Watch and iPad mini. Next, we check out the progress in Walmart's shopping subscription service and look at how much of a threat it is to Amazon Prime. Finally, we discuss how Discord has bridged gaming and NFT investing, and why Fac…
 
It's September, which means the start to a flurry of holiday-ready products against a backdrop of other tech company moves. In this episode, we start out assessing Facebook's stylish but functionally modest smart glasses developed with Ray-Ban. Next, we look at Amazon's many recent moves, including expanding Amazon Care, equipping more Whole Foods …
 
In this episode, we assess the significance at Apple's latest app store concession, allowing developers of "reader" apps to link to websites for account setup and management. Plus, why Apple may be going for a hybrid approach that relies on the iPhone as it launches its first augmented reality glasses. Finally, we look at the prospects for an Amazo…
 
In this episode, we dig deep on Apple's token trade-off as it settles its class-action lawsuit brought by U.S. app developers, what it means for other legal and regulatory threats to the company, and what the implications could be for future Apple platform. Finally, we look at app evolution against the backdrop of how the web and Apple have changed…
 
The government is back in Facebook's face. We discuss the dynamics of the new category battleground as well as how its Horizon VR Workrooms advance its metaverse ambitions. Next, a look at whether Google's tactics in keeping its app store on top crossed a line. Finally, we discuss the potential of Tesla's humanoid robot. Join Shawn DuBravac of Avri…
 
In this episode, we look at Google's decision to leave the Qualcomm fold as the maker of struggling Pixel phones hopes to boost its fortunes by boosting AI capabilities with custom silicon even as Qualcomm-loyal Xiaomi reaches new heights of success. Plus, how Match Group adding group video to its dating sites marks the latest in social app functio…
 
This week's Alexa Live event was filled with announcements about Amazon's agent, including a push beyond voice and a way for developers to sell skills and products. We discuss why it could be the most significant change for Alexa yet. Plus, Zoom takes on its first vertical in a big customer service vendor acquisition, and Netflix will start its pus…
 
We discuss what impact Microsoft easing cloud access to Windows could have on security and the PC market. Meanwhile, Netflix' huge app installed base could provide an advantage as it jumps into the streaming game market. Finally, we look at why Twitter ended its experiment with ephemeral content via fleets. Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute an…
 
China's taking a different approach to reeling in its biggest tech successes than the U.S. Meanwhile, TikTok continues continues to stretch its service into new realms with video resumes. And Qualcomm partners with ASUS to launch a phone for a technology showcase. Is it the start of a successor to Google's failed Nexus program? Join Shawn DuBravac …
 
As Facebook's court win against the FTC dredges up limitaitons of antitrust laws, Instagram chases TikTok, which is chasing YouTube. Meanwhile, in less entertaining applications, Salesforce, now armed with Slack, may be driving an alliance with Amazon and Dropbox to take on rival Microsoft as Windows 11 integrates Teams. Join Shawn DuBravac of Avri…
 
Windows 11 goes beyond a makeover to challenge Apple. Meanwhile, Mozilla and others are providing new options for privacy choices as Google tries to bake up a new post-cookie future. Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they dig deep into tech news in every episode of Techspansive!…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights into the biggest tech stories, including: —What a continuing privacy push and deeper health focus at WWDC say about Apple's evolution —Whether Google and Microsoft can take their streaming game services to the next level with popular device integratio…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights into the biggest tech stories, including: —what the Computex announcements from nVidia and AMD mean for the future of graphics acceleration and AI —why Twitter's bet on collectives could prove stickier for creators than Substack —how Huawei might win …
 
Who's keeping it 💯? We are as we celebrate our 100th episode with our first-ever guest: Betaworks partner and tech media pioneer Peter Rojas to share his fascinating take on the Apple-Epic lawsuit, the evolution of the creator economy, and all things social gaming. Plus, join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as w…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights into the biggest tech stories, including: —analysis of the far-ranging announcements at Google I/O, including a privacy approach shift, new Workspace features, natural language leaps, and holographic conferencing —how Spotify is waging a two-front war…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights into the biggest tech stories, including: —how Facebook is reacting to iPhone users' overwhelming tracking opt-out. —why Roku is cornered as it negotiates with Google over YouTube —whether Microsoft has learned an important lesson by canceling Windows…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —what the outcome of Facebook's Oversight Board means for the future of the the site's governance —how the latest Twitter acquisitions and features are fueling its push into in the creator economy —the innovatio…
 
If proposed legislation allowing Americans to buy a Medicare policy at age 50, instead of 65, passes - who benefits? Is this a good idea we should be embracing immediately? Or is there a flip side to this coin that we haven't fully investigated? Ron discusses what moving the Medicare eligible age to 50 could mean for patients, employers, insurance …
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —whether Apple's earnings reveal continued pandemic demand or more generational change drivers as 5G expands —how Facebook continues to seek business diversification via a Clubhouse-like Instagram mode, a greate…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —whether Apple's new iMac and iPad mean can boost demand for desktops and powerful tablets —how Apple's new AirTags product stacks up to competition from Tile as regulatory scrutiny increases —how Facebook and G…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —what Microsoft's purchase of Nuance Communications means for healthcare and beyond —how Apple's rumored HomePod extensions could transform the TV experience —how Jeff Bezos' final shareholder letter lays out a …
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —how the Mac has become a pawn in the battle between Epic Games and Apple reaches trial --what are the next steps for Clubhouse as its valuation reaches what Twitter tried to buy it for ---how Best Buy can optim…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: ---how Intel is positioned in its bold new move to ramp up its own, and others', chip production ---why Medium decided to pivot yet again in the evolving web media landscape —how Apple is trying to position the …
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: ---how Sony and Facebook are defining control of extended reality with controllers and wearables ---whether Facebook's curtailing of groups can help improve its user experience as it and Twitter take on Substack…
 
A recent Kaiser Foundation study indicates we could save 350 billion dollars annually if we paid all physicians and hospitals at Medicare rates. It sounds good in theory, but what's the rest of the story? You can't reduce one person's expense without cutting another's revenue, so who bears the real cost of our "savings"? Ron discusses the real-worl…
 
Sandra Bland was arrested after being pulled over for failure to signal a lane change. She was found dead in her cell 3 days later. Sandra was a vibrant and passionate woman with so much to offer and deserves justice. Sources: www.thenation.com www.theguardian.com www.nytimes.com www.texastribute.org Say Her Name: The Life And Death Of Sandra Bland…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: --why Apple's iPhone mini hasn't lived up to the lofty success of other iPhone 12 models ---the latest on non-fungible tokens' (NFT) impact on the art world and digital assets —why YouTube and YouTube TV are mak…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: ---whether Microsoft can holoport customers to VR collaboration with its new Mesh offering —how Square hopes its investment in Tidal brings music to the Street's ears and how Qualcomm hopes to drown out Apple's …
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —whether Facebook's make a better case against Apple that people want personalized advertising ---how Google and LG are ramping up their smart TV operating systems to take on Samsung and Roku —what the passing o…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —how Facebook's battle with Australia sets up another contrast with Google's conflict avoidance ---what implications Chrome OS passing macOS has for both Apple and Microsoft —why Amazon is perfectly suited for i…
 
2020 is over, back to normal - right? What can medical practices expect in 2021 as all of America tries to get back to what we had before the pandemic? Ron discusses patient volume, politics, and more as we look forward to a new year.על ידי informational podcasts by Fulcrum Strategies
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —how the race to compete with surging Clubhouse fits in with social media revenue diversification ---how Salesforce has boosted Slack's promise by declaring the death of 9-to-5 —what the TikTok policy change cou…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —what we can expect from the CEO transition at Amazon ---what game development studio closures mean for Google's Stadia service. —the takeaways from the latest Apple augmented reality and car rumors Get deeper o…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —what impact the Reddit-fueled GameStop run-up has for algorithmic investing ---what contributed to Apple's record-breaking quarter —why Facebook is moving toward war with Apple but Google is not Get deeper on t…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —what Biden administration policies and priorities will mean for tech companies —how a website identifying faces from the Capitol riot has implications for privacy --what Apple gains and loses if it pursues a VR…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on the biggest tech stories, including: —what the big trends at this year's CES mean for the future of TVs, PCs, and digital living —what the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Buds Pro mean for Samsung's competitive position Get deeper on tech news in every episo…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as we check in before CES with an episode to ring in the new year that includes: —What the Facebook and Twitter responses to the Capitol riot could mean for the future of political speech online --How smart glasses offerings from Facebook, Amazon and others are evolving in th…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as we look back at 2020 and look ahead to 2021 to analyze the industry's biggest tech stories, including: —How tech and other industries will take the first steps toward the post-pandemic future —How Google and Facebook will react to their government lawsuits as Apple faces d…
 
The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon in which a large group of people remembers something that did not happen, or remembers it differently from the way it actually happened. In this episode, we talk about theories about why the Mandela Effect occurs, and common examples. Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review!…
 
Join Shawn DuBravac of Avrio Institute and Ross Rubin of Reticle Research as they provide insights on this week's biggest tech stories, including: —Facebook's attack of Apple's forthcoming privacy changes —Twitter's attempts to change personal communication and interactions —Roku's win of HBO Max Go beyond the headlines in every episode of Techspan…
 
Congress is, to hopefully no one's surprise, overreacting. They're proposing legislation to limit the ability of hospital-based physicians to make a living, and decide for themselves the kinds of business relationships they enter, by passing a law forcing them to accept an arbitrary standard set by entities who stand to make a profit by doing it. I…
 
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