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Maybe… the whole TikTok kabuki theater is at its endpoint. Salesforce thinks the whole concept of the “9-to-5 workday” is at its endpoint. More smoke around the Apple Goggles fire. Why you need to get hip to the concept of non-fungible tokens. And why cops have gotten hip to playing Sublime songs to prevent you from filming them.Sponsors:EditorX.comTinyCapital.comLinks:TikTok Sale to Oracle, Walmart Is Shelved as Biden Reviews Security (WSJ)Salesforce declares the 9-to-5 workday dead, will let some employees work remotely from now on (The Verge)Apple reportedly developing next-gen ultra-thin displays for AR devices with TSMC (The Verge)How Did A LeBron James Video Highlight Sell For $71,455? A Look At A Burgeoning Product Called NBA Top Shot. (Forbes)Biggest Ever NFT Sale Made as 'Axie Land’ Goes for $1.5 Million (Decrypt)Microsoft launches Bulletins and Milestones apps for Teams (Windows Central)Apple Maps Adds Waze-Like Features in iOS 14.5 for Crowdsourcing Accidents, Speed Traps and Hazards (MacRumors)Is This Beverly Hills Cop Playing Sublime’s ‘Santeria’ to Avoid Being Live-Streamed? (Vice)Subscribe to RideHome+ at
Amazon is ginning up a new Echo device that’s like a dashboard for your household. Big changes to Android leaked to the internet. Reddit raises a big round. Mark Cuban is gunning for Clubhouse. And I’ve been warning y’all of industrial hacking. We almost had a big disaster down in Tampa, promocode: offer code TECHLinks:Amazon Plans Wall-Mounted Echo as Smart Home Command Center (Bloomberg)This may be our first look at Android 12, Google’s next Android OS (XDA)Reddit’s Valuation Doubles to $6 Billion After Funding Round (WSJ)Mark Cuban is co-founding a podcast app where hosts can talk to fans live and monetize their conversations (The Verge)Qualcomm's new X65 5G modem downloads data at lightning-fast 10Gbps speeds (CNet)The Rust programming language just took a huge step forwards (ZDNet)Hacker Tried to Poison Florida City's Water Supply, Police Say (Motherboard)
The singularity is near, cause all our meme stories are colliding. Tesla has bought a ton of Bitcoin while Elon is tweet-pumping Dogecoin. Clubhouse is blocked in China. Cold water on the Apple Car story from Hyundai itself. TikTok is skipping directly to an ecommerce buildout. And Xiaomi’s big new global flagship promocode: buys $1.5 billion in bitcoin, plans to accept it as payment (CNBC)Clubhouse is now blocked in China after a brief uncensored period (TechCrunch)Apple Car Talks Aren’t Happening, Say Automakers Hyundai, Kia (Bloomberg)Twitter Considers Subscription Fee for Tweetdeck, Unique Content (Bloomberg)TikTok takes on Facebook with US ecommerce push (FT)Follow the CAPEX: Cloud Table Stakes 2020 Retrospective (Platformonomics)Xiaomi’s global Mi 11 has a Snapdragon 888 for €749 (The Verge)RideHome+ feed at:
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Are Apple’s coming IDFA changes going to have a bigger ripple effect across the entire tech industry than we’re even anticipating? Chinese users are flocking to Clubhouse which… probably means the end of Clubhouse in China. Why a shortage of silicon is causing automakers to cut vehicle production. And, of course, the weekend longreads or text "techmeme" to 500-500Metalab.comLinks:Facebook’s not the only one worried about Apple’s privacy change — Snap and Unity both just warned investors about it (CNBC)An Interview with Eric Seufert about Apple, Facebook, and Mobile Advertising (Stratechery)Google taps your phone cameras to measure your heart rate (Engadget)Chinese flock to freewheeling US chat app Clubhouse (Nikkei Asia)Ford says ‘millions’ of its vehicles will run on Google’s Android starting in 2023 (The Verge)Car manufacturing hit by global semiconductor shortage (FT)Weekend Longreads Suggestions:Andy Jassy Twitter Thread (@ankithharathi)This Hedge Fund Made $700 Million on GameStop (WSJ)PFOF is the Ad Model for Brokerage (Justin Paterno)Superstar Cities Are in Trouble (The Atlantic)They’re Flocking to America to Make a Fortune Playing Video Games (NYTimes)Subscribe to RideHome+ at
Whole bunch of Apple rumors today. The most details yet on the Apple headset. Will the Apple car be an AV first, and does that just mean it will be for delivering things? Is the iPhone 13 getting better cameras? And also, Amazon is deploying cameras on its trucks. And Senator Klobuchar wants to put the burden of proof on the acquirers, when it comes to tech offer code: Apple Mixed-Reality Headset Details: Swappable Headbands, Eye-Tracking (The Information)Apple and Hyundai-Kia pushing toward deal on Apple Car (CNBC)Kuo: iPhone 13 Now More Likely to Get Upgraded Ultra Wide Camera With Improved Low-Light Performance (MacRumors)Amazon is using AI-equipped cameras in delivery vans and some drivers are concerned about privacy (CNBC)Klobuchar to Introduce Antitrust Bill Raising Bar for Technology Deals (WSJ)The Technology 202: Klobuchar's new antitrust bill may hit Big Tech where it hurts (Washington Post) for the premium feed
Jeff Bezos is stepping down as Amazon CEO, to be replaced by Andy Jassy. Google is losing a ton of money on its Cloud, but YouTube is finally hitting its stride. Apple might formally do an Apple Car-related tie-up with Kia in a matter of weeks. And why I finally got off the fence and decided to investigate the AR/VR from Jeff Bezos to employees (Amazon)Amazon’s next CEO, Andy Jassy, transformed e-commerce company into a cloud computing giant (CNBC) Announces Financial Results and CEO Transition (Amazon Investor Relations)Alphabet Announces Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2020 Results (Alphabet Investor Relations)Kia Motors Shares Jump After Report Apple to Invest $3.6 Billion (Bloomberg)Facebook starts rolling out Messenger on Oculus headsets (Engadget)60+ Oculus Quest Apps Made More Than $1 Million (UploadVR)Google Meet’s new ‘green room’ lets you do an audio / video pre-check (The Verge)Zoom adds virtual receptionists for when people start going back to the office (CNBC)
Google is getting out of the game development business, but is it getting out of the Stadia business or just pivoting to infrastructure? Apple acknowledges that Covid has basically hobbled Face ID. Uber gets into the liquor delivery business. And Amazon’s plans for its HQ2 architecture shows at least somebody in Silicon Valley is not buying the remote work offer code: TECHLinks:Google Stadia Shuts Down Internal Studios, Changing Business Focus (Kotaku)Google now gives you more information about the sites in your search results (TechCrunch)iOS 14.5 will let Apple Watch owners unlock iPhones while wearing a mask (Engadget)Uber buying booze delivery company Drizly for $1.1 billion (Axios)Kuo: 'Apple Car' to use Hyundai's E-GMP platform, GM and PSA partnerships possible (Apple Insider)Robinhood Raises Another $2.4 Billion From Shareholders (WSJ)Amazon Unveils Outdoorsy New HQ2, Renewing Its Commitment to Offices (WSJ)
It’s a day ending in -a-y, so that must mean Google discontinued another flagship product. Microsoft reports that its next growth industry is cybersecurity. Ring has basically doubled the amount of police and fire departments that can request access your doorbell videos. And what happened when Elon Musk showed up in Clubhouse last[Update: Final] Pixel Slate discontinued and removed from Google Store (9to5Google)Apple’s iCloud Passwords extension for Chrome on Windows is now available (9to5Google)Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: There is ‘a big crisis right now’ for cybersecurity (Yahoo Finance)Facebook Knew Calls for Violence Plagued ‘Groups,’ Now Plans Overhaul (WSJ)US police and fire departments partnering with Amazon’s Ring passes 2,000 (Financial Times)New Linux SUDO flaw lets local users gain root privileges (Bleeping Computer)Augmented Reality Gets Pandemic Boost (WSJ)Elon Musk busts Clubhouse limit (TechCrunch)Recording of Musk on Clubhouse (Final Stand/YouTube)RideHome+ Feed Signup: you want to hear the 2nd half of this episode, subscribe to the RideHome+ feed by tapping here: tech.supercast.techLinks:This Nifty Strap Lets You Control the Apple Watch With Gestures (Gizmodo)Sony reveals full details on its upcoming 360 Reality Audio speakers (Engadget)Sony's new premium speaker looks like a giant electric razor (Android Police)LG TO REINFORCE INDUSTRY DOMINANCE WITH ULTIMATE TV TECHNOLOGY (LG Newsroom)LG’s 2021 TV lineup includes its brightest OLED ever (The Verge)This new module keeps Philips Hue bulbs connected even when the wall switch gets flipped (TechCrunch)Asus’ new Chromebook CX9 offers military-grade durability (The Verge)Asus ZenBeam Latte projector is as portable as a cup of coffee (SlashGear)Razer Unveils RGB Face Mask and Immersive Gaming Chair Concepts (IGN)Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i bakes a bigger, better e-ink touchscreen into the lid (SlashGear)TCL 20 5G and TCL 20 SE are new affordable smartphones for entertainment (GSMArena)Vuzix’s new microLED smart glasses look like tech you’d actually want to wear on your face (The Verge)Vuzix’s new microLED-powered smart glasses will arrive this summer (TechCrunch)This is Sony’s Airpeak drone (The Verge)(Sign up to give Airpeak feedback here)Linksys unveils a next-gen router that senses motion in your home (CNET)Western Digital SSDs (AnAndTech)YSL’s lipstick pod gadget will create whatever shade you want (The Verge)Samsung's new robot vacuum uses lidar and empties its own bin like a fancy Roomba (CNET)How Samsung’s JetBot 90 AI+ Reimagines Cleaning (Samsung Newsroom)
What once was a story about Game Stop and Reddit, has suddenly become a story about Robinhood. I’ll catch you up. Everybody wants in on the newsletter game all the sudden. Hyundai is having second thoughts about building an Apple Car, and a special stonks themed edition of the weekend longreads code TECHMEME15 at, in Need of Cash, Raises $1 Billion From Its Investors (NYTimes)Facebook is said to be planning newsletter tools to court independent writers. (NYTimes)Hyundai wrestles with the risks of embracing Apple (Reuters)SEC scrutiny delays Roblox stock market listing (CNBC)Weekend Longreads Suggestion:Inside the Reddit army that's crushing Wall Street (CNN Business)The Big Short SQUEEZE from $5 to $50? Could GameStop stock (GME) explode higher?? Value investing! (Roaring Kitty)How a Penny Stock Explodes From Obscurity to 451% Gains Via Chat Forums (Bloomberg)Think Americans Wouldn’t Wager on Russian Table Tennis? Care to Bet? (NyTimes)CashApp Is King (Aika's Newsletter)Can Growth Go Out of Style? (Irrelevant Investor)YouTube’s Spammy Sex Bots Make a Ton of Money (OneZero)Who’s Making All Those Scam Calls? (NYTimes Magazine)Subscribe to the RideHome+ Feed:
We finally get to the whole GameStop story cause Robinhood has frozen trading for some folks looking for fresh “tendies.” Apple and Facebook release absolutely killer earnings. As expected. But are they about to go to world war in court? Tesla’s earnings disappoint. And Facebook’s Oversight Board issues its first restricts trading in GameStop, other names involved in frenzy (CNBC)How WallStreetBets Pushed GameStop Shares to the Moon (Bloomberg)WallStreetBets Founder Reckons With Legacy Amid Stock-Market Frenzy (WSJ)'Smack It Like E. Honda': Buying NFTs for Pleasure and Profit (CoinTalk)Mark Zuckerberg says Apple is now one of Facebook’s biggest competitors (CNBC)Facebook Preps Antitrust Lawsuit Against Apple (The Information)Apple's App Tracking Transparency Feature will be enabled by default and arrive in 'early spring' on iOS (TechCrunch)Tesla disappoints Wall Street despite strong profits (CNN Business)Facebook's 'Oversight Board' overturns 4 cases in first rulings (NBC News)Subscribe to Ride Home+ at
Microsoft earnings are insane, as expected. Wonder Woman might have made HBOMax a contender. YouTube is still the king of getting creators paid. What if I told you Atari doesn’t want to be left out of the game streaming wars. And listen to the end of this episode for the big podcast announcement I’ve been profits jump 33 percent as pandemic continues shift to cloud computing. (NYTimes)AT&T Q4: HBO Max Activations Double to 17.2 Million, Warner Bros. Revenue Declines 21% (Variety)Apple fixes another three iOS zero-days exploited in the wild (ZDNet)Apple just had its best quarter in India (TechCrunch)YouTube has paid more than $30 billion to creators, artists, and others over the last three years (The Verge)Plex is launching a game subscription service filled with Atari games (The Verge)Google open sources Tilt Brush VR software as it shuts down internal development (TechCrunch)!!! Subscribe to Ride Home+
Twitter acquires a Substack competitor. It’s also iterating product in terms of… check’s notes: content moderation? The black hats are targeting the white hats in infosec. Interesting executive shuffle at Apple. A $2500 smartphone from Sony that really might be a “pro” device. And would you let me put a 5G gear box in your front lawn? You might not have a promocode: Twitter acquiring newsletter publishing company Revue (Axios) Twitter launches 'Birdwatch,' a forum to combat misinformation (NBC News) Google warns of ‘novel social engineering method’ used to hack security researchers (The Verge) Dan Riccio Transitioning to New Project, John Ternus to Lead Apple's Hardware Engineering Team (MacRumors) Sony’s creator-focused Xperia Pro arrives in the US priced at $2,499 (The Verge) Americans spend average of $47 a month on streaming services (The Desk) 5G boxes are coming to people’s homes, whether they want them or not (The Verge)
Clubhouse has become a unicorn in, what… nine months? Google is making its facilities available as vaccine centers, while its workers are union organizing globally. Apple wants you to get up and walk. And why the SPAC frenzy could potentially transform the startup ecosystem over the coming promocode: rideLinks: Clubhouse announces plans for creator payments and raises new funding led by Andreessen Horowitz (TechCrunch) Big Revolution - Inside the Clubhouse (Big Revolution) Google will turn some of its offices into COVID-19 vaccination sites (Engadget) Google Maps and Search to show COVID-19 vaccination locations (LaptopMag) Exclusive: Google workers across the globe announce international union alliance to hold Alphabet accountable (The Verge) Apple officially launches new ‘Time to Walk’ feature for Apple Watch and Fitness+ (9to5Mac) Apple warns iPhone 12 and MagSafe accessories can interfere with medical devices (Silicon Angle) SPAC boom could finally provide an exit ramp for digital publishers like Buzzfeed and Vice Media (CNBC) When SPACs Attack! A New Force Is Invading Wall Street. (WSJ)
In 2017, scientists sighted the first interstellar object, the first thing we definitively know came from outside our solar system… something that was not bound to the gravity pull of our sun. But that was just the beginning of the oddness exhibited by the object known as Oumuamua. It didn’t behave like a comet. It didn’t seem to be made of materials we expect. It was shaped in a way that nothing in nature should be shaped like. And as it curved around our sun, it actually accelerated in a way that we couldn’t account for by the laws of physics. In his new book, Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth, which comes out Avi Loeb, Harvard’s top Astronomer, argues that Oumuamua was most likely an alien craft, or artifact of some kind. It likely had some sort of solar sail mechanism, and actually, suggests it might be functioning as some sort of interstellar buoy. We’re going to get into that in this episode, but stay to the end, because forget small satellites, do you know we could shoot a super small probe, about the size of a small satellite, attached to a solar sail and pushed by a laser right now, today? Humanity could reach another star for the first time in just 20 years… in all of our lifetimes, and we could get the data and pictures back within 24 years. Avi is working on this with the backing of Yuri Milner and Mark Zuckerberg among others. So, come for Oumuamua, and stay for the crazy space project that, in my opinion, should be the one we all band together to
What does it mean for Alphabet if it’s starting to cut bait on its “moonshots?” Is Google going to cut bait entirely, on the entire country of Australia? More signs that Apple is atoning for their laptop design sins. Looks like we were right, Plaid is very much, no Visa, no cry. And of course, the weekend longreads Alphabet Pops Loon’s Balloons—but Won't Call It a Failure (Wired) Google threatens to shut down search in Australia if digital news code goes ahead (The Guardian) Apple Plans Thinner MacBook Air With Magnetic Charger in Mac Lineup Reboot (Bloomberg) Plaid Shareholders Field Offers at $15 Billion After Merger Collapse (The Information)Weekend Longreads Suggestions: Biden picks Jessica Rosenworcel as acting FCC chief (NBC News) The Inside Story of How the Lowly PDF Played the Longest Game in Tech (Marker) The Moderation War Is Coming to Spotify, Substack, and Clubhouse (OneZero) SAMSUNG GALAXY S21 ULTRA REVIEW: THE REAL DEAL (The Verge) Samsung Galaxy S21 review: The best Android phone for the money (Engadget)
Apple’s first foray into VR is coming next year, says Mark Gurman, but the real game is in AR and that’s a ways down the road. Amazon wants to help roll out the vaccines. Are laptops getting taller? One chat app to unify them all? And everybody wants a dark mode, even the White promocode: Apple’s First Headset to Be Niche Precursor to Eventual AR Glasses (Bloomberg) LG considers exiting smartphones in 2021 (The Verge) Amazon sends letter to President Biden, says it is ‘ready to assist’ with U.S. vaccination efforts (GeekWire) Facebook refers Trump ban to independent Oversight Board for review (Axios) Goodbye and good riddance to the 16:9 aspect ratio (The Verge) Pebble founder promises iMessage on Android and Windows with universal chat app (The Verge) now has dark mode (The Verge)
Is Andreessen Horowitz about to spin up its own media platform? Anthony Levandowski gets a pardon and Jack Ma resurfaces. Netflix is about to start printing money, and they’re about to give you a “shuffle play” button. And why Ben Thompson thinks Intel is in even more trouble than everybody Andreessen Horowitz Looks to Launch Opinion Publication as Its Media Ambition Grows (The Information)The Unauthorized Story of Andreessen Horowitz (Newcomer) Donald Trump pardons ex-Waymo, Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski (Engadget) Jack Ma Emerges for First Time Since Ant, Alibaba Crackdown (Bloomberg) Brave becomes first browser to add native support for the IPFS protocol (ZDNet) Netflix shares rise on strong subscriber growth, considers share buybacks (CNBC) Netflix’s ‘Shuffle Play’ feature will roll out to all users worldwide this year (TechCrunch)Intel Problems (Stratechery)Twitter Thread on the Intel stuff
Qualcomm unveils the Snapdragon 870. Cruise, Microsoft and GM all get together in a beautiful marriage that is just as much about cloud computing as it is self-driving. Has the policy controversy endangered WhatsApp in India? And why the whole Smart Home and Internet of Things industry might be taking a Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 870 reheats the Snapdragon 865 for 2021 phones (The Verge) Microsoft invests in Cruise in new $2 billion round (TechCrunch) India asks WhatsApp to withdraw new privacy policy over ‘grave concerns’ (TechCrunch) 5G Rivals Face an $81 Billion Tab After Spectrum Buying Spree (WSJ) DuckDuckGo surpasses 100 million daily search queries for the first time (ZDNet) Electric car batteries with five-minute charging times produced (The Guardian) CES 2021: A deep breath for the smart home to determine its future (Stacey On IOT)
Comments (14)

Hicham Alaoui

Hire Arabic speakers to counter terrorism. I love how you stereotyped all Arabs as terrorists. It hurts a lot coming from a person I respect. I hope you would reconsider your opinion about Arabs.

Oct 27th


starlink is fairly new tech, its no surprise that it may not be as good as was advertised.

May 15th

Coffee Jeannie

Facebootoot & Twatter are so owned by China. Who the hell do they think they are?! They love their protections but act as publishers. I can't wait for the law suits to happen. This is America, not China! They are just disgusting and so anti-American!

Nov 4th

Coffee Jeannie

CNN is fake news, Facebootoot & Twatter! Will not be using your Chinese censoring sites, for a while because you suck. #CNNFakeNews #FacebookSucks #TwitterSucks

Nov 2nd


bro NYT (NEW YORK TIMES )asks you to subscribe before reading.......sigh

Nov 28th
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Ashley Saleem-West

Are there any other tech news round up podcasts? I feel like TMRH resonates with me less with every episode. It's a good show, but not for me.

Oct 26th

Gupta Goli

A great podcast

Sep 10th

danny bollaert

Excellent podcast for your daily commute. Short and insightful.

Jul 30th

Karen Cooper

sound quality for Brady was terrible! gave up after ten minutes.

Jul 3rd


Love this episode! I work in print media and this is a refreshing story to listen to. Keep up the awesome work!

May 31st

Coffee Jeannie

Not allowing a particular podcast to play a specific podcast is retarded.

Apr 30th

mark clemmons

Castro only available on iOS

Feb 21st
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