Spotify-owned Anchor can now turn your video chats into podcasts

Spotify is sounding into the increased usage of video conferencing during the coronavirus quarantine to grow its own podcast business. The company’s podcast creation platform Anchor, acquired for an estimated $ 140 million in 2019 , is today introducing a…

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How Do We (Safely) Go Back to Normal?

Depending on where you live, the storages, parks, playgrounds, and powers in your neighbourhood could be shut down for the rest of this summer. Or, they could all be open again right now. State governments have differing minds on when…

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We’re Feeling a Little Socially Distanced

As COVID-1 9 moves in various regions of the world, it has motivated millions of people to isolate themselves to avoid spreading the virus. This week on Gadget Lab, we look at what happens when schools and universities close, powwows…

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Is Facebook Forever?

Facebook started in 2004 as a simple network for connecting students at Harvard University. At the time , nothing have had an opportunity to predicted that it would develop to become the largest social network in the world, with 2.5…

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Theres No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED major columnist and former evidence legion Arielle Pardes drops by to talk about how Silicon Valley has ruined design culture. Then Cabled major columnist Lily Hay Newman comes on for a speech about cybersecurity,…

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How Machine Learning Can Help Stamp Out Hiring Bias

Many companionships say they want to diversify their workforce. Far fewer have actually succeeded in doing so, even if they &# x27; re passionately trying. And one of the first obstacles can come before any candidates have even been interviewed:…

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Spotify mimics Apples design with new podcast show page updates

Spotify’s ongoing investments in the podcast-streaming side of its business helped boost podcast listening on its service by 200% last year. But today, only 16% of Spotify’s monthly listeners are engaging with podcasts — a number the company today hopes…

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The Virus, the Vote, and the Very Long Week

This week on Gadget Lab, WIRED digital director Brian Barrett attaches us to talk about the app that derailed the Iowa caucus–and what it means for elections to come. Then, a gossip with WIRED staff writer Megan Molteni about how…

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Tech Is Putting Money Where Your Mouth Is

A flourishing number of startups and full-fledged companionships are looking to bring their smart engineering into your cavity. A toothbrush that uses AI to monitor your brushing, dental floss as a due work, wearables for teeth–oral cleanlines is a booming…

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Luminary launches its subscription-based podcast network on Alexa devices

Luminary, a startup building a” Netflix for podcasts ,” is now trying a brand-new tacking to gain readers for its premium service. The corporation is today propelling an Alexa skill that will allow podcast listeners to stream material on Echo…

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