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On this Digital Trends Live, we discuss the top tech stories, including a widespread Twitter hackand more.
On this Digital Trends Live, we talk the top tech, including the U.K. removing Huawei from its 5G network.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Riley Winn discuss the biggest trending tech stories of the day, including the new Razr foldable phone, Apple’s “super bundle,” Ford’s e-SUV, injectable electrodes, robots climbing ladders, and more.Nibler then sits down with Bryce Olson, global strategist in Intel’s Health and Life Sciences Group, about the power of genomics, and finding better treatment and outcomes using genomic sequencing.James Carroll, partner and director of sales and marketing at TetraVX, joins the program to talk about helping a business and its employees have unified communication and collaboration, and why staying on the same page is important.Caleb Denison joins Nibler to break down the confusing world of TV jargon and how to better understand the words you’ll be encountering when looking for a new 4K TV.Nibler then speaks with Dror Danai, chief business officer of XJet, about how XJet uses ceramic and metal to 3D print parts for use in 5G networks.Karen Panetta, a fellow at The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, talks about how they are analyzing millennial parents and their faith in A.I.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Ryan Waniata discuss the biggest-trending tech topics of the day, including a shaky start for Disney+, the Snap Spectacles 3 launch, Google’s “Project Nightingale,” Google Stadia’s lineup, a foldable bike, and more.We then welcome Da vid Lakatos, chief product officer of Formlabs, to talk about 3D-printed dentures, as well as the company’s launch of a dental business unit and the Form 3B printer, an advanced desktop 3D printer optimized for biocompatible materials.Daniel Daneshvar, a medical adviser at TeachAids, discusses how it is educating kids about concussions, as well as explaining the long-tern effects of head trauma.We then dive into the world of home security with DT Smart Home Editor John Velasco, who joins us from New York to talk about how Google’s new Nest Aware could disrupt the industry when it launches next year.Nibler then speaks with Riggs Eckelberry, founder and chief executive officer of OriginClear, an innovative water technology company that is devising water infrastructure solutions for industrial customers worldwide.Ari Rastegar, founder and CEO of Rastegar Property, joins the program to discuss biohacking, how to get started, and the benefits of reaching optimal health.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Luke Larsen dive into the biggest-trending tech topics of the day, including boycottuber, a successful SpaceX launch, MIT’s mini cheetah robots, NASA’s Maxwell X57 aircraft, Canada’s space hotels, and more.We later speak with Shena Tharnish, vice president of cybersecurity product management at Comcast Business, about new security threats that emerge regularly, and how consumers and businesses can’t afford to go unprotected.Now that Adobe Photoshop is available on iPads, we take an in-depth look at the app, and how some beloved features may not be available.Steve Goody, chief executive officer of Pocket Radar, joins the program to talk about how data insights are an increasing part of athletic training, and how Pocket Radar can help users run faster.Finally, we speak with Dani Cushion, chief marketing officer of Cardlytics, who discusses the rise of the omnichannel holiday shopper, and how even though online sales are growing rapidly, in-store sales still represent 75% of total spending.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Gavin DeGraw discuss the top trending stories in tech, including the release of Death Stranding, a Disney+ review, the launch of more Starlink satellites, Airbnb’s plan to verify every listing, and more.5G Strategies 5G & Data Analytics | Digital Trends Live 11.8.19" />Ross Martin, chief executive officer of Blackbird, also joins us to talk about building meaningful 5G and data analytic strategies, and what to do with all the data being collected.We then speak with Martin Laird, senior manager for citizenship at IBM, who discusses tackling big, critical issues with tech, and how IBM is using artificial intelligence to combat human trafficking.It’s then time for our weekly wrap-up in tech with our Tech Brief segment, where Ken Yeung breaks down the biggest tech stories from the past week, including Facebook’s new logo, Tesla’s Cybertruck, and T-Mobile’s legal issues.Riley Winn later pops into the studio of Portland artist Mike Bennett, who creates amazing, whimsical, pop culture art from reclaimed wood and hides them around the city for people to discover and find.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Sam Slaughter dig into the biggest-trending stories in tech, including the release of the HoloLens 2 and Google Stadia, Twitter employees accused of spying, A.I.deemed “too dangerous” to release, James Dean’s reappearance, and more.Then it’s time for our Reel News segment with Erin Keeney and Riley Winn, who take a look at the biggest movies opening this weekend, including Ford v Ferrari, Honey Boy, and Doctor Sleep.We then go hands-on with the new Dell XPS 13.While the form factor is similar to those of past years, it packs a powerful punch and the performance is unmatched.Chris Brickler, co-founder and chief executive officer of MyndVR, joins the program to discuss how virtual reality can be used to improve the cognitive health and happiness of its users, and how the company is using VR to help veterans.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Riley Winn discuss the top stories in tech, including Blizzard’s apology, TikTok’s smartphone plans, Instagram-caused yoga injuries, MIT’s robot cubes, drones controlled by smart gloves that could be used to explore Mars, and more.DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan is in our New York studios to talk with Dan Rosensweig, chief executive officer of Chegg and host of Crackle’s Going From Broke, a series about helping millennials climb out of debt.We then dive into some mobile tech news as we look at Google Maps’ new incognito mode, the Samsung Galaxy 11’s camera rumors, and why it might be time to reconsider the Pixel 4.Jason Kintzler, founder and CEO of Lifekey, joins the program to talk about the future of wearables, and keeping medical and personal info with you at all times around your wrist.Nibler then talks with Jason Yim, CEO of Trigger, about the future of 5G, and how the company is pushing AR into the mainstream.Finally, we talk about the global internet, and Russia’s new law that will allow it to disconnect its internet from the rest of the world.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Drew Prindle discuss the top trending tech stories of the day, including Google’s acquisition of Fitbit, leaked Razr smartphone pics, the arrival of Apple TV+, the U.S.Interior Department’s grounding of its fleet of drones, and more.This week in our Work/Life segment, Nibler and Ciara Pressler discuss the challenges faced by workers trying to figure out what their bosses are thinking, and the steps they can take to be sure to stay on the same page as their company.Adrien Warner joins Nibler to break down the biggest stories in entertainment from this past week for Between the Streams.Topics include the launch of Apple TV+, Netflix’s The Witcher, and The Great British Baking Show.Ken Yeung, technology editor at Flipboard, joins us for Tech Briefs, a wrap-up of the biggest tech stories of this past week, including the streaming wars, Apple AirPods Pro, HBO Max, and more.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Jess Surbaugh dig into the biggest-trending tech topics of the day, including Twitter’s announcement to ban political ads, a new electric SUV, a speedier Netflix, an invisibility filter that helps you hide from facial recognition, robot puppies, and more.We’re then hands-on with the new Apple AirPods Pro with Caleb Denison.From call quality, to music, to noise cancelling, the AirPods Pro check all the boxes and are worth the premium price tag, says Denison.We also speak with Brian Volk-Weiss, founder and chief executive officer of Comedy Dynamics, who discusses the upcoming third season of The Toys That Made Us, due out on Netflix on November 15.BlizzCon 2019 is approaching, and we dive into the biggest stories leading into the show, including the Hong Kong controversy, the World of Warcraft expansion, and Diablo.Gina Claxton, general manager of North American consumer and travel market at IBM, discusses how IBM is enabling farmers to track agro-economic and weather data to increase crop yields.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Dan Gaul break down the biggest-trending stories in tech, including the battle between HBO Max and Apple TV+, Samsung’s flip phone design, the solar-powered Lightyear One car, Hyundai’s fuel cell-powered semi, and more.We then go to DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan in our New York studios, who speaks with Jeremy Kahn, president and chief executive officer of the Internet of Things Consortium, to talk about how to manage billions of devices, and how to address the standards and applications needed for the IoT.Ram and Belinda Vennam, advisory software engineers at IBM, then discuss an open, hybrid cloud, and how they’re using drones to illustrate how open source architecture can provide a better cloud.Luke Larsen, DT computing editor, joins Nibler to break down Samsung’s new line of laptops, including the Galaxy Book Flex and its beautiful QLED display in an ultraportable PC that won’t break the bank.Paul Mumma, chief executive officer at Cerego, then talks about its A.I.platform that helps users learn faster and remember longer.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Chris DeGraw discuss the top stories trending in tech, including Apple’s AirPods Pro, Google’s bid for Fitbit, Uber Money, team-building robots, smiling pets, and more.We then go to DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan in New York, who speaks with Devon Greco, founder and chief executive officer of Narbis, about how the company has created eyewear that uses a NASA algorithm to encourage focus and concentration.John Velasco also joins us from DT’s New York studios to take a look at what’s new in smart home tech, including smart lock reviews, automatic curtains, and a bathroom assistant.Nibler then speaks with Dan May, director of Painting Practice, Ltd., who worked on the new HBO series His Dark Materials, about how the company used real-time effects rendering in VR to push filmmaking boundaries.Finally, we go back to Kaplan, who sits down with Chase Watterson, marketing director at iFit, a patented technology that enables two-way interactivity between NordicTrack, ProForm, and FreeMotion exercise equipment and its users.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Nicole Raney dig into the biggest-trending tech topics of the day, including Apple’s warning to iPhone 5 users, the new AirPods, Sony’s plan to sell PS Vue, Uber Eats’ new features, Samsung’s “Space-Selfie” balloon crash, the Air Force’s secretive X-37B, and more.Nibler then speaks with Dara Treseder, chief marketing officer of Carbon, about scaling from prototype to on-demand inventory, and how 3D-printing methods can get you to the marketplace 25 to 100 times faster.DT’s own Daven Mathies joins the show to go hands-on with the new GoPro Max 360 camera.The in-camera stitching of the Max 360 makes the $500 camera the easiest-to-use 360 we’ve seen.Trying to keep track of TV shows and who owns them?We talk with Robert Delf, chief executive officer of Rightsline, Inc., about distribution, streaming rights, royalties, and other studio issues, and Rightsline’s plan to solve them.Finally, we take a look at Apple+’s new streaming show For All Mankind, which reimagines the moon landing 50 years ago.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Drew Prindle dig into the biggest-trending tech stories of the day, including Facebook’s new “news” tab, senators’ investigation of TikTok, lasers that shoot down drones, news that HBO subscribers may get HBO MAX free next year, and more.We then go to Ken Yeung, technology editor at Flipboard, for our weekly Tech Briefs segment, where we recap the biggest tech stories of the past week, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Libra testimony and more.Keely Wachs, head of impact and sustainability at Zume, later discusses a partnership with Pizza Hut and its new eco-friendly pizza box.Jeremy Kaplan, editor-in-chief at Digital Trends, then joins us from New York to talk about the IBM Food Trust, and how it uses blockchain to improve seafood sustainability.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Adrien Warner break down the biggest trending tech topics of the day, including NASA’s first all-female space walk, Facebook’s decision to not ban political ads, the upcoming Apple AirPods Pro, a chance to get paid to watch Disney+, and more.DT’s Riley Winn then takes a closer look at the Gradient Photo Editor app, a social trending app that uses people’s facial features to pair them with celebrity doppelgangers.Nibler then welcomes Atif Siddiqi, founder and chief executive officer of Branch, an app that allows users to withdraw wages right as they’re earned, for free.Felicia Miranda, DT’s gaming editor, joins us from our New York offices to talk about the new Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game and take a sneak peek at its strong gameplay.Anna Sterling also joins us from New York to discuss the new UNX television app that will stream Ninja content and live competitions 24/7.Then it’s time for our weekly Tech Briefs segment with Ken Jeung, technology editor at Flipboard, who discusses the Pixel 4 release, including its lack of a fingerprint sensor.
On this episode of Work/Life, host Greg Nibler and Ciara Pressler, founder and author of Pregame, talk about one of the biggest dangers facing workers today: Dealing with burnout.Whether it’s burnout from a job you’ve had for years, or from finding the best ways to build your own small business, anyone is susceptible.So how does one know they are headed for burnout?What are some of the symptoms?First, Pressler walks us through the difference between “stress” and “burnout.” The big difference, she notes, is that “stress goes away when the stressor is removed, but burnout will still be there regardless.” Burnout is like a work depression, she says, adding that “you don’t just bounce back.Pressler gives some general symptoms.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Drew Prindle discuss the biggest trending stories in tech, including technology in politics, AMC’s on-demand streaming service, new spacesuits for Virgin and NASA, and more.We then welcome Sam Slaughter of The Manual to talk about the best in American spirits, and the best craft liquors being made in America.Mike Sample, lead diving safety expert for Liberty Mutual Insurance, joins us to talk about staying focused on the roa, and how, despite cell phone bans, distracted driving is still a big issue.Nibler then sits down with Luke Larsen, DT’s computing editor, to go hands-on with the new Dell XPS 13 2-in-1, the first laptop with Intel’s Ice Lake processor that we’ve tested.Katz, DT’s associate managing editor, joins Nibler to discuss the topic of technology and China, and how the ongoing protests in Hong Kong have turned the spotlight from Beijing to American tech companies.Finally, we’re joined by comedian Billy Wayne Davis, who talks social media, writing new material, and the best cannabis in the country.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Luke Larsen break down the biggest trending tech topics of the day, including a recap of the Made By Google event, a Fortnite Chapter 2 trailer, Ford’s trunk drone, Gita the grocery-carrying robot, and more.Nibler talks with Lindsay Gorrill, chief executive officer of Kore Power, a company focused on building data center batteries, about putting green power into grid storage.We then go to Jeremy Kaplan, DT editor-in-chief, who is live at the Made By Google event, where he goes hands-on with a Google Pixel 4 phone, and tests to see if the camera is as good as a professional camera.Ron Ryder, CEO of Image Metrics, joins the show to discuss Hollywood visual effects and deepfakes, as well as the next generation of facial imaging.Nibler discusses “going nuclear” for better imaging resolution with Evan Sengbusch, president of Phoenix, the first non-reactor facility to offer commercial neutron imaging services anywhere in the world.Finally, we attempt to uncover the world’s lost cities with Albert Lin, host of the National Geographic show Lost Cities, who talks about LIDAR and other modern exploration technologies.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Nicole Raney dig into the biggest trending tech topics of the day, including the season 10 ending of Fortnite, the upcoming Google Pixel 4 event, Blizzard’s reduced Hearthstone suspension, Disney+ content, and more.We then speak with Emmanuelle Quilès, president of Janssen France, about using VR to better understand schizophrenia, and about the company’s Schizolab program and its benefits.DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan then joins us from New York to talk with Paul Pawlowski and David Check, executive producers of the new Starz docuseries Leavenworth, about re-creating past events and military trials.Finally, Kaplan speaks with Daniel Krook, chief technology officer of Call for Code, and Josep Rafols, project lead at Call for Code winner Prometeo, who discuss Prometeo’s A.I.platform, which monitors firefighter health and safety.
On this special episode of Digital Trends Live, Greg Nibler looks back at some of the best past moments of DT Live, plus we offer a brand-new Between the Streams segment.We’ll revisit some of our past guests, as well as some of our favorite moments and interviews.Included in our look back are Jon Bernthal, Goldie Chan, Kelvin Beachum, and more.In addition to some of our finest “best of” moments, we have a brand-new Between the Streams segment, where we discuss the biggest in movies and TV shows dropping this week, including the Breaking Bad movie El Camino, as well as The Irishman and Rick & Morty Season 4.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Adrien Warner discuss the biggest trending topics in tech, including Essential’s latest smartphone, 20 new moons discovered around Saturn, a Russian humanoid robot that looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger, zeppelins on the comeback trail, and more.Sami Inkinen, co-founder and chief executive officer of Virta Health, also joins us to talk about how supporting Type 2 diabetes patients 24/7 is leading to breakthrough results.We then take a look (and a listen) at the new 3D-printed heart by Stratasys, which was designed for modeling, education, and surgical practice.Jeremy Kaplan, DT editor-in-chief, then joins us from New York to talk with Heini Zachariassen, founder of Vivino, an app that is like having a sommelier in your pocket at the wine shop.Later, we’re joined by Sami Rusani, chief revenue officer of ShipChain, Inc., a blockchain logistics provider that can track goods from the farm to your table.Finally, Riley Winn once again joins us from TwitchCon 2019, where he speaks with Andy Dinh, founder and leader of Team SoloMid, who talks about life after professional gaming and e-sports.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Luke Larsen break down the biggest trending stories in tech, including a possible new iPhone in 2020, PlayStation 4 goes Android, PayPal exits Libra, China’s moon cotton, house-cleaning robots, and more.We then welcome Irina Novoselsky, CEO of CareerBuilder, who joins us to talk about A.I.algorithms that help match job recruiters and job seekers.DT Mobile Editor Julian Chokkattu joins Nibler to discuss the Pixel 4 and what we can expect from the Google Pixel 4 event scheduled for next week.Daniel Nathrath, co-founder and CEO of Ada Health, discusses how to build a smarter home ailment diagnostic tool, and how the Ada health app could help calm the inner hypochondriac in all of us with personalized health diagnostics.We then speak with Scott Clark, supervising animator at Pixar Animation Studios, about the evolution of computer animation from 1994 to 2019, from Toy Story to Toy Story 4.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Nicole Raney break down the biggest trending stories in tech, including Instagram’s new Threads feature, Uber Works launches in Chicago, robot taxies in Las Vegas, a drone helps rob a food cart, and more.We then go down to TwitchCon 2019 with Riley Winn, who talks with Preston “Priestahh” Greiner, a professional Call of Duty gamer, about his favorite game that’s not Call of Duty.Assi Gol, chief commercial officer of Sight Diagnostics, joins us to discuss how to use blood work, field testing, and artificial intelligence to cut down lab diagnostics from days to minutes.We then join Felicia Miranda and Gabe Gurwin in New York to break down the new Ghost Recon: Breakpoint game, and if it’s something you need to add to your gaming catalog.We then go to Ken Yeung, technology editor at Flipboard, who joins us for Tech Briefs, our segment that wraps up all the biggest stories of the past week in tech, including all the new Microsoft Surface devices.Nibler then talks with Zach Benson, founder of Asssistagram.us, about how to grow your Instagram audience even though many of their automated tools have been shut down.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Parker Hall dig into the trending tech stories of the day, including Microsoft’s updated Surface devices, improving on facial recognition, the Uber Copter is up and running, Sony finally opening up to cross-platforming, and more.We then talk with Michael Umansky, chief executive officer of Ink, about how A.I.is aiding in next-generation SEO platforms.Joseph Ansanelli, CEO of Gladly, talks with Nibler about how to tailor customer service, and how to address your customers in ways that work best for them.Next, we chat with actor Jon Bernthal, star of Ubisoft’s new game Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, who talks about what it’s like to play a villain.It’s time again for our Work/Life segment with Ciara Pressler, founder and author of Pregame, who discusses how to up your value in the business world.
Actor Jon Bernthal’s latest role is the villainous Cole Walker in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, but the Punisher and Walking Dead star told us that he’s interested in playing a different sort of video game character in the future: Little Mac from Punch-Out.Speaking about Ghost Recon Breakpoint on Digital Trends Live on Thursday, Bernthal said he’s a fan of video games from the ’80s and would love to bring his acting chops to the role of the tiny boxer from the classic NES game.“What I’ve been playing with the kids is Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out,” he said when host Greg Nibler asked what video game character he’d like to play in a movie or TV adaptation.“Little Mac, he’s really small, but that would be really cool I think — his rise up through the ranks.”Little Mac is tiny, as his name implies, but packs quite a punch.He’s still around in modern games, including as a very dangerous fighter in Super Smash Bros.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Adrien Warner break down the biggest tech topics of the day, including a recap of the Microsoft Surface event, Amazon’s bid to expand its cashier-free Go tech, UPS gets drone clearance, AR tabletop gaming, an A.I.We then go to Riley Winn down at TwitchCon, who interviews League of Legends and 100 Thieves professional gamer Andy “AnDa” Hoang.Winn then puts his own body on the line in a taste test of performance-boosting energy drinks and supplements as he makes the rounds to personally try each one.TwitchCon coverage continues as Winn talks with Twitch streamer Miss Harvey, who talks about her first gaming experience and how she mastered Counter-Strike.We then speak with Bhavin Asher, chief executive officer of Grubbrr, who talks with Nibler about point-of-sale kiosks for casual dining.Finally, we welcome Monish Sabnani and Evan Moskal, co-founders of Courant, to discuss the future of wireless devices and fast charging.
On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Drew Prindle discuss the biggest trending tech stories of the day, including the battle over game streaming, Google’s “Personal Safety” app, Galaxy S11 rumors, artificial skin that may let you feel VR, a Minecraft AR game, and more.We then go to TwitchCon with Riley Winn, who talks with Twitch streamer William “Jericho” Boner about Packy and Marlon, the first game he ever played.Prindle then sits down with Jonathan Rivers of the U.N. World Food Programme’s hunger-monitoring unit, who discusses a new interactive world hunger map and predictive data for areas in dire need of food.Finally, Winn is back with Alexia Raye, who went from Vine star to YouTube star, to talk about her favorite game and the future of e-sports.
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