Jason, Michael and Laura talk about the top stories on tap, the latest news from Amazon HQ2, and tease a new conversation with Robbie Allen of Infinia ML. The deep dive for the week is centered around privacy issues with Facebook and privacy safeguards announced by Apple at WWDC.
Automated Insights CEO Marc Zionts talks about what it really means to turn data into content, and what the company is doing to make robot-generated content unrecognizable from human-generated content.
The team talks to WRAL TechWire editor Rick Smith about a recent rumor that Amazon is eyeing downtown Raleigh for HQ2 and what that means for a changing skyline, and if both Apple and Amazon coming to the Triangle is still on the table.
In the extended cut of our conversation with Momentum Learning co-founder and CEO Jessica Mitsch, Laney Tipton delves into the why behind the fully immersive coding school in an age when the options for continuing education are rampant.
The team talks about the latest death involving a driverless vehicle, how Slingshot coffee is making a national impact right from our backyard, changes with a former bigwig at Epic Games and the Triangle ranking in the top spots for best cities to start a career and for the best pay.
The team takes on price hikes for some of our favorite tech, including mobile apps, social media platforms and Amazon Prime, and thinks about whether or not they would pay for their favorite free services and how much would they pay for current subscriptions.
In a special bonus episode of Tech on Tap, Jason talks to the executive director of the Regional Transportation Alliance (RTA), Joe Milazzo, about the upcoming RTA Summit Series and the exciting things happening with transit in the Triangle. The RTA has worked for more than 15 years as a voice for the regional business community on transportation. The RTA Summit Series is a free event happening May 1-3 in Durham, Raleigh and RTP. RSVP at letsgetmoving.org/summitseries to hear from business...
In the extended cut of our most recent interview with WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel, Greg lets the audience in on his favorite features from the new WRAL Weather App, predictive weather technology and his controversial stance on global warming and what we should do about it.
A week removed, the team tackles the big questions that were left unanswered after the Facebook congressional hearing. Plus, WRAL's Greg Fishel and Jason talk about predictive weather technology as it relates to the recent tornado devastation in Greensboro.
The Tech on Tap team discusses the alleged ageism in the rampant IBM layoffs. Plus, in Amazon Watch 2018 news, Amazon is making site visits to the top 20 finalists for HQ2, but what are they looking for?
Walmart's coming after Amazon with same-day delivery; Cambridge Analytica's involvement in the U.S. election; and Big Top's Molly Demarest on removing bias from the hiring process. Plus: is Google eyeing Red Hat? And is transit the Achilles' heel of the Triangle's HQ2 hopes?
In the extended cut of our most recent interview with ShedX Durham's Adam Schultz and Brantley Boyett, Michael delves into what a "Fake Pitch" event is and why it is an important outlet for startups and entrepreneurs.
TechWire editor Rick Smith sits down with LabCorp CEO David King to talk about where LabCorp is, where it is going and how King is focusing the company's efforts to build a more patient-focused company.