GNC Week In Review

GNC Week In Review

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April 22, 2022 62 min
This week,  Tesla is doing well, Netflix is not doing so well and after a month of streaming on-air, CNN+ is shutting down. Show Notes: Tesla Q1 Netflix reported a loss of subscribers  CNN+ is shutting down HBO Max Q1 Apple Store workers in Atlanta file for a union election The global smartphone market in Q1 Amazon hit with more lawsuits Sony plans to put ads in games Disney+ glitch Electric chopst...
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This week on this special episode, Elon Musk buys into Twitter, Comcast wants a man to pay $19,000 and the State Department is adding a new bureau.....plus we welcome a special guest... Shannon Morse to the podcast! Also to celebrate having her on the podcast, we are going to have a supersized giveaway with some prizes! Details on this episode, so please be sure to take a listen!  Subscribe to Shannon on YouTube: http://www.youtu...
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March 11, 2022 71 min
This week, Google’s getting sued, Amazon gets MGM, and who knew CDs are still a thing! Show Notes: Google is getting sued Amazon acquires MGM CD sales rose Netflix wants you to pay for sharing your password Verizon makes Fios free for low-income households Pete Davidson will not be on the next Blue Origin flight Tesla employee fired Amazon drivers staged a protest Russian try selling Big Macs
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January 28, 2022 101 min
This week, Samsung is setting a standard, 4 AG's are suing Google and John Stankey says to its competitors, "Go ahead and raise your prices." Show Notes: Samsung's next Unpacked event Google is being sued John Stankey suggests Netflix's price hike is great news for HBO Max Amazon Ambassadors no longer on Twitter HBO Max Q4 Apple obtains restraining order against a woman  Reddit tests allowing use...
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January 22, 2022 135 min
This week,  Microsoft buys Activision for billons, Apple balloons its market share in the smartphone market and the CEO of Airbnb is living in Airbnb plus we'll recap on all that went down from CES 2022 Show Notes: Microsoft buys Blizzard Apple retakes top spot in Q4 2021 CEO of Airbnb will live on the platform Apple's rumored mixed reality headset could be priced over $2,000 Pichai and Zuckerberg personally ove...
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December 19, 2021 82 min
This week is a special GNC Week In Review as we are going to give a special early preview of our live coverage of CES 2022 from Las Vegas!  And this is our last episode for the year, Chris Jordan from the Talking Sounds Podcast is our guest and he'll join us on this special episode discussing past CES's and what we will see at CES 2022 As we are less than 2 weeks away from CES 2022 and GNC Week In Review along with the Tec...
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November 19, 2021 97 min
This week,  the Pixel 6 has problems, Boost Mobile introduces their Carrier Crusher plan, and guess who else doesn’t like the removal of the YouTube dislike button? Show Notes: Problems with battery life on the Google Pixel 6 Problems with the fingerprint scanner on the Google Pixel 6  Boost Mobile's Carrier Crusher Plan Starbucks team up with Amazon YouTube Co-Founder opposes the removal of the dislike button FCC...
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This week,  Google was valued almost at $2 trillion dollars, Congress approves a broadband plan for billions and MoviePass is making a comeback? Show Notes: Google briefly hit a market cap of $2 trillion dollars Congress OKs 42 billion to deploy 100 Mbps broadband  MoviePass may return in 2022 DOJ sues Uber Apple's original computer fetches $400,000 at auction YouTube says will be hiding public dislike counts Sa...
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This week, Apple unleashes its MacBook’s, Google shows off its new Pixels and Facebook possibly is changing their name Show Notes: Apple's Unleashed Event Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro Facebook reportedly changing their name CFPB probes Apple, Google, and others over payment systems Walgreens deploy drones AT&T 3Q Verizon 3Q Comcast XClass TV New union deal for streaming production crews Netfli...
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September 26, 2021
This week, Twitter pays millions, Google pays billions and Apple TV+ has a few million subscribers Show Notes: Twitter will pay over $800 million dollars Google buys a building for $2.1 billion dollars Apple TV+ and its subscribers Microsoft Surface event Apple reportedly working on mental health Mobile Museum GoodRx Health Google will give you more info about ads Amazon will hold on an event on Septemb...
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This week, Samsung is flipping and folding again, Amazon is paying customers and Reddit is valued at over $10 billion dollars Show Notes: Samsung Unpacked Amazon to pay customers Reddit is now valued at $10 billion Verizon integrates Apple Health T-Mobile is selling fiber internet Amazon palm print investigation eBay Q2 Disney+ hits 116 million subscribers Tik Tok Frozen Honey challenge
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This week,  Google is going Pro, Zoom is going to settle and Amazon is selling a smart soap dispenser. Show Notes: Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Zoom settles lawsuit over "Zoombombing" Amazon's smart soap dispenser Amazon is offering $10 in credit for your palm print Microsoft announces the new "Super Duper Secure Mode" for Edge Uber Q2 Roku Q2 Apple places female engineering program manager o...
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July 16, 2021 82 min
This week, Facebook wants to give money to creators, do you want to spend money for a rollable tv?? and Clippy is back! Facebook will be making payments to creators LG OLED rollable tv Microsoft's Office Clippy returns AT&T will bring 5G mmwave to airports Twitter sees a jump in demand to remove content from journalists Verizon has the best overall network iPhone 13 rumors Galaxy S20 displays are suddenly d...
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This week, Andy Jassey steps up as the new Amazon CEO,  if you are looking into a new job TikTok may have a solution for you, and there is something that is coming this month from "Nothing" Show Notes: Andy Jassey is the new Amazon CEO Nothing earbuds TikTok resumes Individuals now spend more time on TikTok Verizon promises 5G services to TracFone customers Airbnb has blocked tens of thousands of partiers Tr...
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June 11, 2021 81 min
This week, Jeff Bezos is flying to the moon, Bitcoin lands in El Salvador as legal tender, and Facebook will have its own smartwatch Show Notes: Jeff Bezos and his brother is flying to the moon Bitcoin in El Salvador Facebooks 1st smartwatch US House Representative tweets his Gmail password Volkswagen says more than 3.3 million of their customers' information exposed 2% of the top 1,000 apps in the App Store were ...
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May 7, 2021 79 min
This week, NetFlix adds a plus,  Uber’s pleased with a minus and Apple is working on a foldable iPhone? Show Notes: Uber Q1 Apple reportedly working on a foldable iPhone Chromebook shipments soared 275% in Q1 Google adds more flexibility to its return to work policies Boost Mobile's Unlimted Plus plan throws in free virtual doctor visits Netflix "N-Plus" Toshiba launches a new lineup of Fire TV Edition t...
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April 30, 2021 95 min
This week, Samsung unpacks again with products, Apple breaks records again in its earnings, and yes returns in Las Vegas Show Notes: Samsung's Galaxy Book range Apple Q2 CES returns to Las Vegas Alphabet Q1 Verizon tries to sell Yahoo and AOL T-Mobile SyncUp Tracker ADT sues Amazon's Ring Google wants to put Nest Hubs into hotel rooms Sony has sold 7.8 million PS5 consoles Spotify Q1 HBO Max will be ...
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April 23, 2021 83 min
This week,  Apple springs into action, global smartphone sales rise and Twitter will allow you to upload and view photos in 4K Show Notes Apple's Spring Loaded event Twitter images in 4K FCC robocall mitigation database Microsoft Cloud PC Verizon 5G Home broadband is heading to 3 new cities Global smartphone sales 24% in Q1 Disney+ is getting Spiderman YouTube Mobile starts offering video quality options ...
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April 9, 2021 90 min
This week, LG is no longer in the smartphone market, you can no longer get an answer from Yahoo, and oh no 500 million Facebook users data leaked online Show Notes: LG calls it quits Yahoo Answers shuts down next month Over 500 million Facebook user's personal data have leaked online Californa man indicted for stealing Shopify customer data T-Mobile's Uncarrier Next event YouTube and Facebook are the most wide...
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March 26, 2021 84 min
This week, a tweet sold for millions, Comcast is investing in billions and you can pay in bitcoin for a Tesla Show Notes: Jack Dorsey's tweet sold for $2.5 million dollars Comcast to invest $1 billion over the next decade You can buy a Tesla with bitcoin Facebook, Twitter, and Google CEO's appeared in Congress Uber partners with ScriptDrop T-Mobile Tuesdays Regal Cinemas strikes deal with WB Disney + r...
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