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DGiT Daily Podcast

DGiT Daily Podcast

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It’s the DGiT Daily. It’s a daily newsletter and podcast, specifically focused on bringing you the best tech news, hot takes, and links to what’s happening from across the web. It doesn’t matter if it’s from the Wall Street Journal or the depths of a 41 tweet Twitter thread. We’ll find it, and our real live human writers you already know from our network tell you what it means.

Latest Episodes

DGIT Monthly - January 2020 - January was huge, and it’s only getting bigger!

CES was the biggest story from January. But February is going to be even bigger as we’re expecting an onslaught of phones from Samsung Unpacked and MWC. Our Roundup features stories about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite, the OnePlus Concept One, Ganfast chargers, Samsung’s $1000 Chromebook, 8K TVs, why you shouldn’t buy one, Apple’s future, Apple’s earnings, Microsoft earnings, Jeff Bezos’s hack, the Doomsday Clock, and new safety features in Tinder.

8 MINFEB 2
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DGIT Monthly - January 2020 - January was huge, and it’s only getting bigger!

January 31, 2020 - The all-new Apple maps

Apple rolled out its new, privacy-focused, Maps app for all United States users today. The new maps includes finer detail, Look Around, Transit details, favorite places and more. Our Roundup features stories about Huawei and Google Apps, Avast closing its data-selling subsidiary, the EU voting for a common phone charger, a $350 life-sized Baby Yoda doll, and a deep dive into the Apollo 14 guidance computer.

7 MINFEB 1
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January 31, 2020 - The all-new Apple maps

January 30, 2020 - New Emoji incoming

Unicode announced 117 new emoji coming to your phones and texts and Whatsapp messages in 2020. New emojis include the pinching fingers, fondue, pickup truck and more. Expect to see these on your phones late in the year. Our Roundup features stories about the Galaxy s10e, Microsoft’s earnings, Tesla’s earnings, more Starlink satellites, Spinlaunch, a Japanese billionaire cancelling his search for love, Hi-res telescope photos of the sun, and the Nintendo Switch surpassing the SNES is sales volume.

7 MINJAN 31
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January 30, 2020 - New Emoji incoming

January 29, 2020 - Apple earning and Samsung flipping

Apple’s earnings went out last night, and it seems the bitten fruit made a few dollars this last quarter. Meanwhile Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is revealed in a string of renders showing you everything you need to know about the phone. Our Roundup features stories about Facebook’s new clear history tool and why it doesn’t work, a new Slack competitor coming from Google, AI-powered robot warehouse picking arms, and Pokemon Battles.

6 MINJAN 30
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January 29, 2020 - Apple earning and Samsung flipping

January 28, 2020 - Motorola has all the phones!

Motorola sent out an invitation to an event at MWC, presumably where we will see the launch of a new flagship phone called the Motorola Edge Plus. We also have a roundup of leaks for the Moto G8, also coming soon. Our Roundup features stories about a great sale on Amazon Echo Buds, a look back at failed Android competitors, a look back at the debut of the iPad through the eyes of Microsoft, Avast Antivirus’s sale of user data, and a new chain of Atari hotels coming to the US.

8 MINJAN 29
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January 28, 2020 - Motorola has all the phones!

January 27, 2020 - Boeing’s new monster flies the friendly skies

Boeing unveiled the largest commercial twin engine passenger jet in the world, the 777X which comes in two variants that can carry 384 or 426 passengers respectively. This plane has been delayed a few times thus far, but finally took its maiden voyage this past weekend. Our Roundup features stories about lumps and bumps on the Moto RAZR screen, quitting the internet for 9 days, Amazon employee protests, and licence plates with emojis on them. Seriously.

7 MINJAN 28
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January 27, 2020 - Boeing’s new monster flies the friendly skies

January 24, 2020 - The Doomsday clock is ticking...

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists shaved off another 20 seconds from the Doomsday clock. We’re down to 100 seconds left until it’s hasta la bye bye to humanity. Both nuclear war and climate change are cited as likely factors that will bring about our own destruction. Our Roundup features stories about the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Google I/O’s date, Sprint’s Galaxy screen replacement program, Apple's defense of the lightning port, Google ads, layoffs are 23 and Me, and wireless bungee jumping.

8 MINJAN 25
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January 24, 2020 - The Doomsday clock is ticking...

January 23, 2020 - Be safer when you swipe left and right

Match Group wants to make its dating app Tinder more safe, especially for women. They are integrating safety features into its app like a safety button that can call emergency services and location-based check ins. Our Roundup features stories about more details about Jeff Bezos’s iPhone hack, new Android developments from Microsoft, how the MVNO Visible helps rural living, a quarantine of Wuhan against coronavirus, and Seattle voters voting with their smartphones.

8 MINJAN 24
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January 23, 2020 - Be safer when you swipe left and right

January 22, 2020 - Jeff Bezos, dick pics, and the Arabian nights

Last year, Jeff Bezos came forward and revealed attempt by the National Enquirer to blackmail him into ceasing investigations and making a public statement. Today, we learn a lot more about that investigation and its ties to Whatsapp, MBS, and Saudi Arabia. It’s a wild story. Our Roundup features stories about new experimental apps from Google, new original podcasts from Apple, Sonos discontinuing legacy products, and a new driverless car coming from GM.

8 MINJAN 23
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January 22, 2020 - Jeff Bezos, dick pics, and the Arabian nights

January 21, 2020 - Qualcomm releases three new, but less-sexy processors

Qualcomm released three new midrange processors to the market. These processor will support 4G data, Bluetooth 5.1, and Wi-Fi 6. They’ll also support faster processing and better imaging capabilities. Our Roundup features stories about a startup with a facial recognition database of 3 billion images, wake word sensitivity for Google Assistant devices, the moved up launch of Disney+, a new cancer-killing T-Cell discovered, and a successful test for SpaceX.

7 MINJAN 22
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January 21, 2020 - Qualcomm releases three new, but less-sexy processors

Latest Episodes

DGIT Monthly - January 2020 - January was huge, and it’s only getting bigger!

CES was the biggest story from January. But February is going to be even bigger as we’re expecting an onslaught of phones from Samsung Unpacked and MWC. Our Roundup features stories about the Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite, the OnePlus Concept One, Ganfast chargers, Samsung’s $1000 Chromebook, 8K TVs, why you shouldn’t buy one, Apple’s future, Apple’s earnings, Microsoft earnings, Jeff Bezos’s hack, the Doomsday Clock, and new safety features in Tinder.

8 MINFEB 2
Comments
DGIT Monthly - January 2020 - January was huge, and it’s only getting bigger!

January 31, 2020 - The all-new Apple maps

Apple rolled out its new, privacy-focused, Maps app for all United States users today. The new maps includes finer detail, Look Around, Transit details, favorite places and more. Our Roundup features stories about Huawei and Google Apps, Avast closing its data-selling subsidiary, the EU voting for a common phone charger, a $350 life-sized Baby Yoda doll, and a deep dive into the Apollo 14 guidance computer.

7 MINFEB 1
Comments
January 31, 2020 - The all-new Apple maps

January 30, 2020 - New Emoji incoming

Unicode announced 117 new emoji coming to your phones and texts and Whatsapp messages in 2020. New emojis include the pinching fingers, fondue, pickup truck and more. Expect to see these on your phones late in the year. Our Roundup features stories about the Galaxy s10e, Microsoft’s earnings, Tesla’s earnings, more Starlink satellites, Spinlaunch, a Japanese billionaire cancelling his search for love, Hi-res telescope photos of the sun, and the Nintendo Switch surpassing the SNES is sales volume.

7 MINJAN 31
Comments
January 30, 2020 - New Emoji incoming

January 29, 2020 - Apple earning and Samsung flipping

Apple’s earnings went out last night, and it seems the bitten fruit made a few dollars this last quarter. Meanwhile Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is revealed in a string of renders showing you everything you need to know about the phone. Our Roundup features stories about Facebook’s new clear history tool and why it doesn’t work, a new Slack competitor coming from Google, AI-powered robot warehouse picking arms, and Pokemon Battles.

6 MINJAN 30
Comments
January 29, 2020 - Apple earning and Samsung flipping

January 28, 2020 - Motorola has all the phones!

Motorola sent out an invitation to an event at MWC, presumably where we will see the launch of a new flagship phone called the Motorola Edge Plus. We also have a roundup of leaks for the Moto G8, also coming soon. Our Roundup features stories about a great sale on Amazon Echo Buds, a look back at failed Android competitors, a look back at the debut of the iPad through the eyes of Microsoft, Avast Antivirus’s sale of user data, and a new chain of Atari hotels coming to the US.

8 MINJAN 29
Comments
January 28, 2020 - Motorola has all the phones!

January 27, 2020 - Boeing’s new monster flies the friendly skies

Boeing unveiled the largest commercial twin engine passenger jet in the world, the 777X which comes in two variants that can carry 384 or 426 passengers respectively. This plane has been delayed a few times thus far, but finally took its maiden voyage this past weekend. Our Roundup features stories about lumps and bumps on the Moto RAZR screen, quitting the internet for 9 days, Amazon employee protests, and licence plates with emojis on them. Seriously.

7 MINJAN 28
Comments
January 27, 2020 - Boeing’s new monster flies the friendly skies

January 24, 2020 - The Doomsday clock is ticking...

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists shaved off another 20 seconds from the Doomsday clock. We’re down to 100 seconds left until it’s hasta la bye bye to humanity. Both nuclear war and climate change are cited as likely factors that will bring about our own destruction. Our Roundup features stories about the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Google I/O’s date, Sprint’s Galaxy screen replacement program, Apple's defense of the lightning port, Google ads, layoffs are 23 and Me, and wireless bungee jumping.

8 MINJAN 25
Comments
January 24, 2020 - The Doomsday clock is ticking...

January 23, 2020 - Be safer when you swipe left and right

Match Group wants to make its dating app Tinder more safe, especially for women. They are integrating safety features into its app like a safety button that can call emergency services and location-based check ins. Our Roundup features stories about more details about Jeff Bezos’s iPhone hack, new Android developments from Microsoft, how the MVNO Visible helps rural living, a quarantine of Wuhan against coronavirus, and Seattle voters voting with their smartphones.

8 MINJAN 24
Comments
January 23, 2020 - Be safer when you swipe left and right

January 22, 2020 - Jeff Bezos, dick pics, and the Arabian nights

Last year, Jeff Bezos came forward and revealed attempt by the National Enquirer to blackmail him into ceasing investigations and making a public statement. Today, we learn a lot more about that investigation and its ties to Whatsapp, MBS, and Saudi Arabia. It’s a wild story. Our Roundup features stories about new experimental apps from Google, new original podcasts from Apple, Sonos discontinuing legacy products, and a new driverless car coming from GM.

8 MINJAN 23
Comments
January 22, 2020 - Jeff Bezos, dick pics, and the Arabian nights

January 21, 2020 - Qualcomm releases three new, but less-sexy processors

Qualcomm released three new midrange processors to the market. These processor will support 4G data, Bluetooth 5.1, and Wi-Fi 6. They’ll also support faster processing and better imaging capabilities. Our Roundup features stories about a startup with a facial recognition database of 3 billion images, wake word sensitivity for Google Assistant devices, the moved up launch of Disney+, a new cancer-killing T-Cell discovered, and a successful test for SpaceX.

7 MINJAN 22
Comments
January 21, 2020 - Qualcomm releases three new, but less-sexy processors
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