93: All Liquid Metal iPhone, All The Time

Synopsis: Apple would never go back to using glass as a material for the rear panel on iPhone, would they? Of course not. As a company, Apple is interested in making the phones we carry stronger and less prone to cracking when dropped. This is why we think this year iPhone 8 will be using liquid metal, a material that’s stronger than glass and aluminium. But before we get into that, we open this week with a talk about why Amazon would acquire grocery chain Whole Foods, and what does it mean for them?

Duration: 45:20:00

Present: Michael Norton, Alex Knight


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Learn Me Something is a podcast that celebrates our ignorance as the beginning of the search for truth. Every week we select diverse subjects outside our neurosphere. The intent is to learn and teach something, for all of us. Recognizing the evolving world we live in, our goal is to teach critical thinking strategies to enable us to see past falsehoods.
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Synopsis: This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into the history of yoga. The beginnings of Yoga were developed by the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5,000 years ago.

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