Preemptive Multi-Talking

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Home of the Preemptive Multi-Talking podcast. Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for an informed, opinionated, and in-depth discussion on what's happening in tech right now. Between ghetto cocktails and Harley the Business Dog, Preemtive Multi-Talking will help you cut through the misinformation and link-bait that's plaguing technology news and analysis today. Listen to Chris and Mike break it down and tell it like it really is.
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Sept. 27, 2016
Welcome to Pre-emptive Multi-Talking, the podcast where your hosts Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell translate clickbait and FUD into objective (well, mostly), informed opinion on the latest news and trends in tech. This week we cover a range of headlines in tech like John Chen running Blackberry into the ground, exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7s, exploding replacement Samsung Galaxy Note 7s, Google's Project Vaporware aka Ara, mobile CPU performance, the iPhone 7, iOS 10, and how nobody cares about Google Allo - and more.
Aug. 8, 2016
Welcome to Pre-emptive Multi-Talking, the podcast where your hosts Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell translate clickbait and FUD into objective (well, mostly), informed opinion on the latest news and trends in tech. This week we cover a range of headlines in tech like Blackberry getting out of hardware, the future of tablet vs. desktop computing, SoftBank buying ARM, iPhone 7 rumours, the Canadian government mandating local data hosting, Quadroot - massive Android exploit, Apple Watch 2 rumours and more.
June 17, 2016
Welcome to Pre-emptive Multi-Talking, the podcast where your hosts Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell translate clickbait and FUD into objective (well, mostly), informed opinion on the latest news and trends in tech. This week we cover Apple's 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference where new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS were announced and demonstrated. This year's WWDC was full of important announcements that will shape the technology landscape over the coming year. Oh and by the way, Apple re-invented texting and messaging - but they can't innovate! :-P
May 16, 2016
Welcome to Pre-emptive Multi-Talking, the podcast where your hosts Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell translate clickbait and FUD into objective (well, mostly), informed opinion on the latest news and trends in tech. This week we cover Apple Pay in Canada, Apple Watch 2, the FISA court's year of the rubber stamp, Creative stifling creativity, Intel cutting 11% of its workforce, Apple's 40% profit share of the top 150 companies in Silicon Valley, Apple's $1 billion investment in Chinese ride sharing, the Allwinner hack, and a preview of next week's focus on Google's anti-trust woes.
April 19, 2016
Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for our 60 Scary Minutes edition. This week we cover the Burr-Feinstein bill trying to legislate back doors, 60 Minutes hacks SS7, big news from Blackberry, the RCMP using Blackberry's global decryption key, rumoured advancements in CPU fabrication, new Apple MacBooks, MacBook Airs, the new HTC 10, and the EU going after Google for unfair competition.
April 8, 2016
Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for our [R]Evolution Edition. We start off with Google demonstrating it has less class than a porn purveyor, and move on to cover the latest headlines in tech including the Tesla Model 3, Canadian cord-cutters, new BlackBerry phones, Apple's full-priced out-of-date pro hardware, the ongoing legal saga between Oracle and Google, tectonic shifts in mobile SoC design and fabrication, and the future of open-source programming languages like Swift.
March 22, 2016
Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for our Pinocchio edition. We start off with the FBI telling a bold faced lying to avoid scandalous embarrassment along with President Obama's charm offensive on privacy and free speech - despite his credentials as a constitutional lawyer. This saga is still the most important issue in tech right now, but we also dive into some of the latest headlines in our industry.
Feb. 24, 2016
Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for what is rapidly becoming the most important debate about privacy, personal freedoms, free speech, and whether we in the West have a right to strong encryption. The FBI vs. Apple has implications for the whole world. It could be the most important debate on privacy and free speech of the 21st century. We hope this episode helps you better understand what is really going on and where this is headed.
Feb. 17, 2016
Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for the thirteenth episode of Preemptive Multi-Talking. In this edition, we cover many topics, but none more important than Apple drawing a line in the sand, refusing to comply with a US court order to break iPhone encryption. Without a doubt, this debate will have consequences that span generations. This week, we’re serving Stutz cider - a crisp, dry, tasty cider made in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia
Jan. 29, 2016
Join Chris Marriott and Mike Lovell for the twelfth episode of Preemptive Multi-Talking. In this edition, we cover Apple earnings madness, 1-billion active devices in the Apple ecosystem, Google killing another service, Ad blockers fixing a broken web, Microsoft bringing their Windows Phone keyboard to iOS, another Android security fail, Mediatek backdoor exploitation, The NSA defending strong encryption for consumers, RBC brutalizing their client's privacy, long distance wireless charging, the death of Windows phone, Xiaomi does a keynote, Facebook killing Parse, and Facebook's business model showing its ugly face. This week, we’re serving Ballantine's because after EVEN MORE extensive research, it's still the best, cheapest whiskey you can buy.
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