What went wrong with iPhone last year? Is Apple’s recently disclosed earnings loss a sole reflection of the price increases, or is it a more complicated picture, factoring in China’s economy and its relations with the United States?
Our 2019 tech predictions for the year, from Microsoft to Apple, Sony, and more. Will Facebook get hit with a massive GDPR fine? And lastly, a deep dissection of how Facebook moderates its platform.
In our final episode of 2018, we are joined by Jason DeFillippo of the Grumpy Old Geeks podcast. We review the 2018 year in tech, issue a report card to social media companies, contemplate whether we’re becoming desensitized to online privacy erosion, and throw in some fun Sci-Fi book recommendations.
We unpack what exactly it means to have Huawei, a giant technology company, have influence in countries all around the world. With Huawei’s CFO arrested, questions are being asked about how much we can trust a Chinese company that has major involvement in contributing to Canada’s 5G infrastructure.
This week on The Impromptu, we pose a question: should Facebook be treated like a utility and be broken up? Instead of a social media company, it becomes a social service.