In this episode, Shawn and Ross look at how tech companies are banding together and launching initiatives to help with the COVID-19 crisis, including Facebook’s Data for Good and Apple’s and Google’s joint efforts on a way to trace contact with individuals who have tested positive. Plus, we discuss some new initiatives that should result in dramatically better Wi-Fi and interoperability between connected gadgets in the smart home before discussing the latest rumors about Apple turning to its own chips in the Mac in the near future.
In this episode, Shawn and Ross look at how some long-neglected device categories have been thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus we take on how both established app makers such as Facebook and startups such as Quibi to accommodate new realities by focusing on more intimate experiences. Finally, we continue looking at Amazon’s logistics and brand have thrived during the pandemic even as shipping delays have driven consumers to take a second look at alternatives such as Walmart.
In this episode, Shawn and Ross continue looking at COVID-19’s impact on tech companies, including Amazon and Zoom, two that have seen significant scrutiny while acting as key resources for many businesses and consumers. Plus, a look at the completion of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger and how investment in 5G could change the game if quarantines are needed in the future.
In this episode, Shawn and Ross offer a personal take on COVID-19 and look at the impact it’s having on the tech sector, including the Zoom boom, upheaval in the gig economy, the demise of OneWeb, and disruption of the spring season developer conferences.
In this episode, Shawn and Ross look at the rocky revival path of two of the most stories phone brands in BlackBerry and RAZR. Plus, we look at how the coronavirus is wreaking havoc on the Mobile World Congress event at the end of the month as companies pull out, citing employee safety concerns. Finally, we catch up on Uber’s latest earnings and take on what the ride-sharing leader should keep and dump as it steps up its timeline toward profitability.