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Welcome to TechCrunch Mixtape the TechCrunch podcast that looks at how technology impacts culture. Listen to TechCrunch Senior Reporter Megan Rose Dickey and Editorial Director Henry Pickavet as they dive into headlines and sometimes talk to influencers and innovators in the field.

Latest Episodes

Unpacking the Capital One breach

EThis week we are joined by TechCrunch’s resident bearer-of-bad-news -- security reporter Zack Whittaker.

26 MIN2019 AUG 2
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Unpacking the Capital One breach

Phenomenally tech with Meena Harris

ESeason 3 kicks off with Meena Harris, founder of the Phenomenal Woman campaign, and head of strategy and leadership at Uber.

45 MIN2019 JUN 20
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Phenomenally tech with Meena Harris

Angelica Ross, co-star of FX’s ’Pose,' talks activism, transgender rights and spirituality

Angelica Ross, co-star the FX show ‘Pose,’ joined us in the studio this week.

41 MIN2019 MAR 8
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Angelica Ross, co-star of FX’s ’Pose,' talks activism, transgender rights and spirituality

Can tech help those experiencing homelessness?

This week we sit down with Neil Shah, CEO of Concrn, a compassionate care app that allows people to request help for homeless people experiencing a mental health crisis.

30 MIN2019 FEB 22
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Can tech help those experiencing homelessness?

Instacart's apologetic week

EIt’s that time of the week again when Megan Rose Dickey and Henry Pickavet talk about the good and could-be-better tech companies.This week, we talked about Instacartgetting caught shorting its shoppers out of dough they rightfully deserved. Of course the company apologized for its “misguided” approach. Which at least sounds better than apologizing for getting caught — and getting caught, the company did.

26 MIN2019 FEB 8
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Instacart's apologetic week

Oracle's alleged $400M issue with underrepresented groups

Screen time for kids, corporations not paying people from underrepresented groups and IBM offers some hope for the future of facial recognition technology: These are the topics that [Megan Rose Dickey][1] and [Henry Pickavet][2] dive into on this week’s episode of Mixtape.

27 MIN2019 FEB 1
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Oracle's alleged $400M issue with underrepresented groups

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and that meme life

EThis week Megan Rose Dickey and I welcome Tiana Kara, the head of partnerships and growth at #builtbygirls (which, like TechCrunch, is owned by Verizon Media). We also take a look at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her near-perfect ability to troll the GOP through her social media presence. And we already knew that the algorithms of some of those DNA services can yield different results. But it’s harder to take when they’re twins.

41 MIN2019 JAN 25
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and that meme life

CES and its sex tech fail

EThis week, Megan Rose Dickey and Henry Pickavet get into a discussion about women’s sexuality, because the world’s biggest "consumer electronics show” revoked an innovation award from Lora DiCarlo, a company that created a sex toy for women. We also discussed robot delivery dogs, because those things don’t seem like they’re ever going to go away. And finally, people continue to do stupid "Bird Box" challenges based on dumb ideas they have after watching Netflix’s hit movie starring Sandra Bullock. Stop it.

25 MIN2019 JAN 18
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CES and its sex tech fail

That Super Mario Party life and enough with digital home assistants already

This time Megan and Henry talk about all of those hubs in your abodes — you know, your Google Homes, your Amazon Echo Shows, your Facebook Portals …. There really are a lot. Stripe is doing a little something different when it comes to reporting diversity: It’s looking within. AR might finally have a use that we can all get behind and Super Mario Party is apparently fun to play.

31 MIN2018 OCT 25
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That Super Mario Party life and enough with digital home assistants already

Wait, what's a 'culture fund'?

25 MIN2018 SEP 16
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Wait, what's a 'culture fund'?

Latest Episodes

Unpacking the Capital One breach

EThis week we are joined by TechCrunch’s resident bearer-of-bad-news -- security reporter Zack Whittaker.

26 MIN2019 AUG 2
Comments
Unpacking the Capital One breach

Phenomenally tech with Meena Harris

ESeason 3 kicks off with Meena Harris, founder of the Phenomenal Woman campaign, and head of strategy and leadership at Uber.

45 MIN2019 JUN 20
Comments
Phenomenally tech with Meena Harris

Angelica Ross, co-star of FX’s ’Pose,' talks activism, transgender rights and spirituality

Angelica Ross, co-star the FX show ‘Pose,’ joined us in the studio this week.

41 MIN2019 MAR 8
Comments
Angelica Ross, co-star of FX’s ’Pose,' talks activism, transgender rights and spirituality

Can tech help those experiencing homelessness?

This week we sit down with Neil Shah, CEO of Concrn, a compassionate care app that allows people to request help for homeless people experiencing a mental health crisis.

30 MIN2019 FEB 22
Comments
Can tech help those experiencing homelessness?

Instacart's apologetic week

EIt’s that time of the week again when Megan Rose Dickey and Henry Pickavet talk about the good and could-be-better tech companies.This week, we talked about Instacartgetting caught shorting its shoppers out of dough they rightfully deserved. Of course the company apologized for its “misguided” approach. Which at least sounds better than apologizing for getting caught — and getting caught, the company did.

26 MIN2019 FEB 8
Comments
Instacart's apologetic week

Oracle's alleged $400M issue with underrepresented groups

Screen time for kids, corporations not paying people from underrepresented groups and IBM offers some hope for the future of facial recognition technology: These are the topics that [Megan Rose Dickey][1] and [Henry Pickavet][2] dive into on this week’s episode of Mixtape.

27 MIN2019 FEB 1
Comments
Oracle's alleged $400M issue with underrepresented groups

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and that meme life

EThis week Megan Rose Dickey and I welcome Tiana Kara, the head of partnerships and growth at #builtbygirls (which, like TechCrunch, is owned by Verizon Media). We also take a look at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her near-perfect ability to troll the GOP through her social media presence. And we already knew that the algorithms of some of those DNA services can yield different results. But it’s harder to take when they’re twins.

41 MIN2019 JAN 25
Comments
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and that meme life

CES and its sex tech fail

EThis week, Megan Rose Dickey and Henry Pickavet get into a discussion about women’s sexuality, because the world’s biggest "consumer electronics show” revoked an innovation award from Lora DiCarlo, a company that created a sex toy for women. We also discussed robot delivery dogs, because those things don’t seem like they’re ever going to go away. And finally, people continue to do stupid "Bird Box" challenges based on dumb ideas they have after watching Netflix’s hit movie starring Sandra Bullock. Stop it.

25 MIN2019 JAN 18
Comments
CES and its sex tech fail

That Super Mario Party life and enough with digital home assistants already

This time Megan and Henry talk about all of those hubs in your abodes — you know, your Google Homes, your Amazon Echo Shows, your Facebook Portals …. There really are a lot. Stripe is doing a little something different when it comes to reporting diversity: It’s looking within. AR might finally have a use that we can all get behind and Super Mario Party is apparently fun to play.

31 MIN2018 OCT 25
Comments
That Super Mario Party life and enough with digital home assistants already

Wait, what's a 'culture fund'?

25 MIN2018 SEP 16
Comments
Wait, what's a 'culture fund'?
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