On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Media journalist Tom Cheredar joins us to discuss: Apple launches its credit card, Disney bundles its subscriptions, a harbor of hate on the web loses its platform, we make time slow to a crawl, and much, much more.
On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Uber releases its IPO, China uses AI to profile minorities, Samsung‘s new phone prospects fold after reviews, New Next gen-consoles, and all the details of Disney‘s new streaming service Disney+, and much more.
On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Australia’s elections are hacked, a Saudi app that tracks women’s movements, Samsung unveils a foldable phone, the perils of AI and machine learning … and much, much more.
[As Apple seeks to keep up in the streaming space, AirPlay support will allow more iTunes users to see their content in more places.]
Yesterday, Samsung surprised the technology world with two big announcements during their CES 2019 keynote: (A) Starting in Spring of 2019, Samsung smart TV sets would support Apple’s AirPlay 2 protocol, which allows users of the TV sets who have iPhone, iPad, or Mac devices to stream what they’re seeing on their Apple device over to Samsung smart TV set via Wi-Fi. (B) iTunes is coming to Samsung smart TV sets. Owners of Samsung smart TVs will be able to stream Movies and TV shows they purchased via their Apple ID via an iTunes app on a Samsung device.