On the latest episode of Digital Trends Live, host Greg Nibler welcomes DT Content Manager Hanif Jackson to discuss today’s trending tech topics, including Spotify’s accusation that Apple monopolizes streaming music, the Uber and Lyft drivers’ strike, wireless location data being sold to bounty hunters, Volkswagen’s attempt at an EV record, a “shoppable” TV, kamikaze drones, a robotic farm that sells produce, and more.
Later in the show, Nibler is joined by Kristina Podnar, principal of NativeTrust Consulting and author of The Power of Digital Policy: A practical guide to minimizing risk and maximizing opportunity for your organization, who discusses the blurring lines of privacy and advertising, as well as how to manage digital ethics and online safety.
DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan joins the show from New York to talk with Jesse Stern, founder of KoreVoices, to talk about creating a space for meaningful online conversations, and how they are reaching out to those who need support and guidance.
Finally, Nibler talks with John Rhee, UBTECH vice president and head of North America, about the future of connected toys, and how its Iron Man MK50 is taking toys to the next level.
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- WWDC 2022 announcements: iOS 16, iPadOS 16, WatchOS 9, MacOS Ventura, MacBook Air M2, and more
- The next generation of Apple CarPlay will power your entire car, riding the trend of all-screen autos
- Waze finally adds Apple Music to its audio player
- Apple Music to livestream concerts starting this Friday