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Decoder is a show from The Verge about big ideas — and other problems. Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel talks to a diverse cast of innovators and policymakers at the frontiers of business and technology to reveal how they’re navigating an ever-changing landscape, what keeps them up at night, and what it all means for our shared future.
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Learn how Apple and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) have teamed up for Earth Day at this event featuring WWF program officer Nilanga Jayasinghe. She'll share how the Species Conservation group is working to save elephants, rhinos, tigers, and other at-risk Asian species. Moderated by WWF's Steve Ertel.
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HSBC’nin Nilay Örnek ile hazırladığı bu podcast serisinde, yolculuk teması üzerinden hem bir takım kıymetli insanların seyahat tecrübelerinden yararlanacak hem de bu insanların gözünden hayatın nereye gittiğine dair" bazı ipuçları edineceğiz. Dünyaya açık olan konuklar sanat da konuşacak, felsefe de… Teknoloji de olacak, çevre meseleleri de. Hadi gelin bu keyifli yolculuğa hep birlikte çıkalım.
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‘Dusron ki girl friend & beizzati’ is loved by all. The humour and ‘beizzati’ that Nilam adds to this segment is viral and leaves the listener with a strong hangover. She trolls the wrongdoers by using her vast ‘galiyon’ ki vocabulary!
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Hi! This is Nilay. I just wanted to do something to spend my time and I came up with this. I love these greek stories so here I am reciting my favorite stories which I have read. The versions which I will tell make the most sense to me but there will be thousands of other versions. The first few episodes will be regarding the greek gods and later on I will cover some of my favourite Greek Heroes stories. So this is Nilay and I love this stuff
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Welcome to Navigate the Future with Nilay Mishra! On this podcast we have a new topic every episode, and we post every other Monday. If you are looking for variety, and a total fun filled experience, then this is the perfect podcast for you! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/navigatethefuture/support
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Today, I’m talking with Joseph Cox, one of the best cybersecurity reporters around and a co-founder of the new media site 404 Media. Joseph has a new book coming out in June called Dark Wire: The Incredible True Story of the Largest Sting Operation Ever, and I can’t recommend it enough. It’s basically a caper, but with the FBI running a phone netwo…
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Today, I’m talking to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who joined the show the day after the big Google I/O developer conference. Google’s focus during the conference was on how it’s building AI into virtually all of its products. If you’re a Decoder listener, you’ve heard me talk about this idea a lot over the past year: I call it “Google Zero,” and I’ve…
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Last week, TikTok filed a lawsuit against the US government claiming the divest-or-ban law is unconstitutional — a case it needs to win in order to keep operating under Bytedance’s ownership. There’s a lot of back and forth between the facts and the law here: Some of the legal claims are complex and sit in tension with a long history of prior attem…
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Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has been at the top of my list of people I’ve wanted to talk to for the show since we first launched — he’s led Adobe for nearly 17 years now, but he doesn’t do too many wide-ranging interviews. I’ve always thought Adobe was an underappreciated company — its tools sit at the center of nearly every major creative workflow …
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Today, we’re going to talk about the smart home — one of the oldest, most important, and most challenging dreams in the history of the tech industry. The idea of your house responding to you and your family, and generally being as automated and as smart as your phone or your laptop, has inspired generations of technologists. But after decades of pr…
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Today, I’m talking with Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath, whom I first interviewed on the show back in 2021. Those were heady days — especially for upstart EV companies like Polestar, which all seemed poised to capture what felt like infinite demand for electric cars. Now, in 2024, the market looks a lot different, and so does Polestar, which is no lo…
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Today, Verge transportation editor Andy Hawkins and I are going to try and figure out Tesla. I said try — I did not say succeed. But we’re going to try. That’s because Tesla has been on a real rollercoaster these past two weeks, in terms of its stock price, its basic financials, and well, its vibes. If you’ve been following the company, you know th…
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A lot has changed since the last time Ola was on Decoder. Back then, he said Mercedes would have an all-EV lineup by 2030 — a promise a whole lot of car companies, including Mercedes, have now had to soften or walk back. But he doesn't see that as a setback at all, and he and Mercedes are both still committed to phasing out gas in the long run. We …
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Today, we’re talking about the brand-new TikTok ban — and how years of Congressional inaction on a federal privacy law helped lead us to this moment of apparent national panic about algorithmic social media. This is a thorny discussion, and to help break it all down, I invited Verge senior policy reporter Lauren Feiner on the show. Lauren has been …
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Today, I’m talking to Jason Citron, the co-founder and CEO of Discord, the gaming-focused voice and chat app. You might think Discord is just something Slack for gamers, but over time, it has become much more important than that. For a growing mix of mostly young, very online users steeped in gaming culture, fandom, and other niche communities, Dis…
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Today, we're talking about Disney, the massive activist investor revolt it just fought off, and what happens next in the world of streaming. Because what happens to Disney really tells us a lot about what's happening in the entire world of entertainment. Earlier this month, Disney survived an attempted board takeover from businessman Nelson Peltz. …
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At the absolute most basic, Dropbox is cloud storage for your stuff — but that puts it at the nexus of a huge number of today’s biggest challenges in tech. As the company that helps you organize your stuff in the cloud itself goes all remote, how do we even deal with the concept of “your stuff?” Today I’m talking with Dropbox CEO Drew Houston about…
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Today we’re talking about Vice, the media company: Where it came from, what it did, and, ultimately, why it collapsed into a much smaller, sadder version of itself. This is a lousy time for digital media, and it’s hard to make a profit from putting words on the internet right now. So when Verge senior reporter Liz Lopatto went to go report on what …
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