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Best Stacey Higginbotham podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Stacey Higginbotham podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This week Kevin is back and we’re digging into Ring’s decision to listen to its critics and change some of its security features. It’s a welcome sign of overall maturity in the tech industry. At the same time, it’s unclear if the Ring cameras are that helpful to law enforcement. We then discuss the rise in smart speaker sales, a privacy-focused bra…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This Week's Stories COVID-19 fallout: IBM quits RSA, Sony quits PAX East COVID-19 fallout: will this year's new game consoles be delayed? COVID-19 facemasks work with Face ID Samsung Galaxy Chromebook coming April 6th Jeff Jarvis: "I don't have a Corvette, I have a Chromebook." Who needs a $1000+ Chromebook? Android 11 Developer Beta Hands-On Previ…
 
This week’s show features Chris Albrecht, editor in chief of The Spoon, as a guest host, which means there will be a review of a connected kitchen gadget — in this case, a connected smoker from Traeger. We kick off the show discussing the FTC’s surprising antitrust review and discuss IoT acquisitions that might get scrutinized. We also mention the …
 
Get Stacey's Thing SLAY at https://amzn.to/2vpaD99 and Tweet Cute at https://amzn.to/2HfrQ7A Mobile World Congress 2020 canceled due to Coronavirus fears Essential shuttered Google head of HR steps down The US charges Chinese military officials with hacking Equifax Huawei is "definitely spying on us" - US Sprint / T-Mobile merger passes another hur…
 
Get Stacey's Thing SLAY at https://amzn.to/2vpaD99 and Tweet Cute at https://amzn.to/2HfrQ7A Mobile World Congress 2020 canceled due to Coronavirus fears Essential shuttered Google head of HR steps down The US charges Chinese military officials with hacking Equifax Huawei is "definitely spying on us" - US Sprint / T-Mobile merger passes another hur…
 
Get Stacey's Thing SLAY at https://amzn.to/2vpaD99 and Tweet Cute at https://amzn.to/2HfrQ7A Mobile World Congress 2020 canceled due to Coronavirus fears Essential shuttered Google head of HR steps down The US charges Chinese military officials with hacking Equifax Huawei is "definitely spying on us" - US Sprint / T-Mobile merger passes another hur…
 
Get Stacey's Thing SLAY at https://amzn.to/2vpaD99 and Tweet Cute at https://amzn.to/2HfrQ7A Mobile World Congress 2020 canceled due to Coronavirus fears Essential shuttered Google head of HR steps down The US charges Chinese military officials with hacking Equifax Huawei is "definitely spying on us" - US Sprint / T-Mobile merger passes another hur…
 
Get Stacey's Thing SLAY at https://amzn.to/2vpaD99 and Tweet Cute at https://amzn.to/2HfrQ7A Mobile World Congress 2020 canceled due to Coronavirus fears Essential shuttered Google head of HR steps down The US charges Chinese military officials with hacking Equifax Huawei is "definitely spying on us" - US Sprint / T-Mobile merger passes another hur…
 
This week Kevin and I start the show with a focus on Google’s new Glass product for the enterprise, and a newly discovered smart hub from the Craftsman brand (h/t Jimmy Hawkins). We also cover the Starling smart hub that can link your Nest gear to your HomeKit account, and discuss Kevin’s reaction to Ring partnering with his local police force. In …
 
This Week's Stories: YouTube cuts off Clearview AI face recognition Google sent private videos to strangers Google shuts down Chinese offices over Coronavirus DOJ vs Google Iowa Caucus Kerfuffle Google Q4 2019 Earnings: YouTube makes you $15 billion/year How big do you have to be to be a monopoly? Olivetti: shutting down the first personal computer…
 
This Week's Stories: YouTube cuts off Clearview AI face recognition Google sent private videos to strangers Google shuts down Chinese offices over Coronavirus DOJ vs Google Iowa Caucus Kerfuffle Google Q4 2019 Earnings: YouTube makes you $15 billion/year How big do you have to be to be a monopoly? Olivetti: shutting down the first personal computer…
 
This Week's Stories: YouTube cuts off Clearview AI face recognition Google sent private videos to strangers Google shuts down Chinese offices over Coronavirus DOJ vs Google Iowa Caucus Kerfuffle Google Q4 2019 Earnings: YouTube makes you $15 billion/year How big do you have to be to be a monopoly? Olivetti: shutting down the first personal computer…
 
This Week's Stories: YouTube cuts off Clearview AI face recognition Google sent private videos to strangers Google shuts down Chinese offices over Coronavirus DOJ vs Google Iowa Caucus Kerfuffle Google Q4 2019 Earnings: YouTube makes you $15 billion/year How big do you have to be to be a monopoly? Olivetti: shutting down the first personal computer…
 
This Week's Stories: YouTube cuts off Clearview AI face recognition Google sent private videos to strangers Google shuts down Chinese offices over Coronavirus DOJ vs Google Iowa Caucus Kerfuffle Google Q4 2019 Earnings: YouTube makes you $15 billion/year How big do you have to be to be a monopoly? Olivetti: shutting down the first personal computer…
 
On this week’s show, privacy was a big theme beginning with our conversation about Ring’s sharing of certain user data with third-party tracking sites, a plea from 40 organizations for the U.S. to stop using facial recognition technology, and a new way to think about smart cities. Kevin and I also discussed proposed device security rules for the U.…
 
This Week's Stories: Google I/O coming May 12th Why Facebook's 'Off-Facebook Activity' privacy tool isn't transparent enough Is Amazon sending people stuff before they ask for it? Are you being remotely controlled? Do Google's ads look like search results? Google's tenth attempt at unified messaging (and second Slack clone) will surely succeed iRob…
 
This Week's Stories: Google I/O coming May 12th Why Facebook's 'Off-Facebook Activity' privacy tool isn't transparent enough Is Amazon sending people stuff before they ask for it? Are you being remotely controlled? Do Google's ads look like search results? Google's tenth attempt at unified messaging (and second Slack clone) will surely succeed iRob…
 
This Week's Stories: Google I/O coming May 12th Why Facebook's 'Off-Facebook Activity' privacy tool isn't transparent enough Is Amazon sending people stuff before they ask for it? Are you being remotely controlled? Do Google's ads look like search results? Google's tenth attempt at unified messaging (and second Slack clone) will surely succeed iRob…
 
This Week's Stories: Google I/O coming May 12th Why Facebook's 'Off-Facebook Activity' privacy tool isn't transparent enough Is Amazon sending people stuff before they ask for it? Are you being remotely controlled? Do Google's ads look like search results? Google's tenth attempt at unified messaging (and second Slack clone) will surely succeed iRob…
 
Kevin and start the show with our takes on Sonos deciding to stop updating older speakers and stereo components. We broaden the conversation to include Under Armor killing its UA gear and Charter/Spectrum’s decision to stop supporting smart home and security products in its footprint, leaving some customers out equipment costs. We even delve into t…
 
This Week's Stories: Alphabet reaches 1 Trillion Dollars Sonos Speaker Update Angers Leo and Stacey Changing Expectations on Home System Updates The State of NJ Has a Twitter Account Local Newspaper and Radio is the Victim of the Internet Jeff Bezos's Phone Hacked by Saudi Crown Prince Facial Recognition is Just the Tip of the Iceberg Greenwald Cha…
 
This Week's Stories: Alphabet reaches 1 Trillion Dollars Sonos Speaker Update Angers Leo and Stacey Changing Expectations on Home System Updates The State of NJ Has a Twitter Account Local Newspaper and Radio is the Victim of the Internet Jeff Bezos's Phone Hacked by Saudi Crown Prince Facial Recognition is Just the Tip of the Iceberg Greenwald Cha…
 
This Week's Stories: Alphabet reaches 1 Trillion Dollars Sonos Speaker Update Angers Leo and Stacey Changing Expectations on Home System Updates The State of NJ Has a Twitter Account Local Newspaper and Radio is the Victim of the Internet Jeff Bezos's Phone Hacked by Saudi Crown Prince Facial Recognition is Just the Tip of the Iceberg Greenwald Cha…
 
This Week's Stories: Alphabet reaches 1 Trillion Dollars Sonos Speaker Update Angers Leo and Stacey Changing Expectations on Home System Updates The State of NJ Has a Twitter Account Local Newspaper and Radio is the Victim of the Internet Jeff Bezos's Phone Hacked by Saudi Crown Prince Facial Recognition is Just the Tip of the Iceberg Greenwald Cha…
 
This week’s show was dedicated to a wrap up of CES 2020. Kevin and I shared how the show has changed in the last 15 years, talked about technology for Boomers, the Withings ScanWatch and ran through several new maker boards. We covered the $2 Wemos W600-PICO board, a new Arduino board for industrial use and a RISC-V development board. From there we…
 
This Week's Stories: CES 2020: Tech for Seniors isn't just health tech CES 2020: Health tech CES 2020: Climate Change Fighting Tech CES 2020: Tech firms need to grow up CES 2020: Not everything needs to be smart CES 2020: Fitbits for dogs CES 2020: Dog translator CES 2020: Trash and Treasure at Eureka Park People trust Google more than religious le…
 
This Week's Stories: CES 2020: Tech for Seniors isn't just health tech CES 2020: Health tech CES 2020: Climate Change Fighting Tech CES 2020: Tech firms need to grow up CES 2020: Not everything needs to be smart CES 2020: Fitbits for dogs CES 2020: Dog translator CES 2020: Trash and Treasure at Eureka Park People trust Google more than religious le…
 
This Week's Stories: CES 2020: Tech for Seniors isn't just health tech CES 2020: Health tech CES 2020: Climate Change Fighting Tech CES 2020: Tech firms need to grow up CES 2020: Not everything needs to be smart CES 2020: Fitbits for dogs CES 2020: Dog translator CES 2020: Trash and Treasure at Eureka Park People trust Google more than religious le…
 
This Week's Stories: CES 2020: Tech for Seniors isn't just health tech CES 2020: Health tech CES 2020: Climate Change Fighting Tech CES 2020: Tech firms need to grow up CES 2020: Not everything needs to be smart CES 2020: Fitbits for dogs CES 2020: Dog translator CES 2020: Trash and Treasure at Eureka Park People trust Google more than religious le…
 
This Week's Stories: CES 2020: Tech for Seniors isn't just health tech CES 2020: Health tech CES 2020: Climate Change Fighting Tech CES 2020: Tech firms need to grow up CES 2020: Not everything needs to be smart CES 2020: Fitbits for dogs CES 2020: Dog translator CES 2020: Trash and Treasure at Eureka Park People trust Google more than religious le…
 
This week Kevin and I went to Las Vegas for the annual CES event showcasing thousands of technology products under dozens of roofs. We recorded the show before we had the chance to see everything, but we did pull together this show with some of the big themes we saw developing and the news that we felt would matter most to our smart home listeners.…
 
This Week's Stories: Jeff Jarvis's top CES 2020 Pick Google's CES 2020 Announcements Samsung's Neon Artificial Humans Samsung's invisible AI keyboard One Plus's racecar-based Concept One phone Google kills off digital magazines Ex-Google International Head: Google is being Evil Facebook's Boz: yes, we helped Trump win. But not the way you think. Sa…
 
This Week's Stories: Jeff Jarvis's top CES 2020 Pick Google's CES 2020 Announcements Samsung's Neon Artificial Humans Samsung's invisible AI keyboard One Plus's racecar-based Concept One phone Google kills off digital magazines Ex-Google International Head: Google is being Evil Facebook's Boz: yes, we helped Trump win. But not the way you think. Sa…
 
This Week's Stories: Jeff Jarvis's top CES 2020 Pick Google's CES 2020 Announcements Samsung's Neon Artificial Humans Samsung's invisible AI keyboard One Plus's racecar-based Concept One phone Google kills off digital magazines Ex-Google International Head: Google is being Evil Facebook's Boz: yes, we helped Trump win. But not the way you think. Sa…
 
This Week's Stories: Jeff Jarvis's top CES 2020 Pick Google's CES 2020 Announcements Samsung's Neon Artificial Humans Samsung's invisible AI keyboard One Plus's racecar-based Concept One phone Google kills off digital magazines Ex-Google International Head: Google is being Evil Facebook's Boz: yes, we helped Trump win. But not the way you think. Sa…
 
Happy New Year, y’all! This week Kevin and I kick off the show with a chat about the Wyze security breach. We talk about what it means for you and I offer an idea on how to stop some of these breaches. We also mention the lawsuit against Ring, discuss how the new IoT security and privacy laws in California might be enforced, and talk about our CES …
 
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