Preemptive Multi-Talking -- Of Cash Piles and Job CutsMay 16, 2016 • Chris Marriott
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.
• Apple Pay in Canada: The most secure, private, fastest, and coolest way to pay for things via Apple Insider
• Apple Watch 2: Apple Watch 2 expected to feature cellular connectivity, faster 'S2' chip via Apple Insider
• FISA's year of the rubber stamp: Secret US spy court approved every surveillance request in 2015 via Ars Technica
• What is creati...