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BNOTECHCAST Episode 18: Time for collaboration

Bastian Noffer's TECHCASTOn May 8th Bastian Noffer’s TECHCAST was recorded live as part of a livestream on YouTube and Twitch.

This episodes Topics:

  • NVIDIA fined for not disclosing crypto mining sales
  • Apple, Google and Microsoft team-up for password-free sign-in
  • Apple finally expanding iPadOS?
  • Impact of current lockdowns in China
  • Intel 14th Gen. on TMSC?
  • Discussion: Apple Self Service Repair Program

The Episodes goes live on Spreaker today at 8:30 pm and will then be availible on your favorite Podcast platforms. The edited video version will go live on Odysee at a later time.

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BNOTECHCAST Live May 8th Topics #NVIDIA #PasswordFree #iPadOS #Lockdown #TSMC #RightToReapair

Bastian Noffer's TECHCASTWe are recording Episode 18 of Bastian Noffer’s TECHCAST today at 2 pm CEST and we’ll be discussing these topics:

  • NVIDIA fined for not disclosing crypto mining sales
  • Apple, Google and Microsoft team-up for password-free sign-in
  • Apple finally expanding iPadOS?
  • Impact of current lockdowns in China
  • Intel 14th Gen. on TMSC?
  • Discussion: Apple Self Service Repair Program

If you want to join in Live head over to YouTube or Twtich since this is simulcasted to both platforms. In case you miss the live session you can watch the VOD on YouTube at your leasure.

The edited version will be availible on Odysee later and of course at 8:30 pm CET on Sunday on your favorite podcasting platforms thanks to the Syndication via Spreaker.

In case you want to suggest additional topics hit me up either on Twitter or my Discord.

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BNOTECHCAST Episode 17: Of evolution and progress

Bastian Noffer's TECHCASTThis weeks episode was a more traditional recording thanks to issues with my internet connection. I was not able to do this episode as a live recording and hope that we can do a live recording again for the next episode.

This episodes Topics:

  • Google restricts 3rd-party call recording on Play Store
  • Pico Neo 3 Link new Quest 2 competitor
  • Meta Quest 2 Pro rumors
  • EU Law updates
  • Smartphone marketshare development
  • Dell custom DDR5 memory modules

The Episodes goes live on Spreaker today at 8:30 pm and will then be availible on your favorite Podcast platforms. The edited video version will go live onYoutube & Odysee at a later time.

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BNOTECHCAST Episode 16: Confused Fanboys

Bastian Noffer's TECHCASTOn April  10th Bastian Noffer’s TECHCAST was recorded live as part of a livestream on YouTube and Twitch.

This episodes Topics:

  • Intel patents Zen Architecture?
  • Google partners with iFixit
  • Google cracking down on unsupported Apps
  • More custom chips in Android Phones
  • Developer Conference news
  • Discussion: Fanboyism in Tech

The Episodes goes live on Spreaker today at 8:30 pm and will then be availible on your favorite Podcast platforms. The edited video version will go live on Odysee at a later time.

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My personal take on the whole digital store controversy

So what is the digital store controversy? This goes back to the Epic Games vs. Apple lawsuite that I discussed in my podcasts episode 2 back in February. The problem is that as specially in the smartphone and tablet sector you have two dominating platforms iOS by Apple and Android by Google. Both of these platforms come with their own digital software stores the App Store and the Google Play Store. Since these are the default stores most users stick to them, provided they have an option, which they don’t have on iOS. This results in Apple and Google being able to dictate the prices and conditions for sales on these stores, which is not great when it comes to competition and competitive pricing.

Epic Games is suing Apple over these conditions and ideally would like to bring their Epic Games Store, a competitor to Valve Software’s Steam Store, Electronic Arts Origin Store on Windows PC, to iOS. This lawsuit already is digging up a lot of interesting information about the industry. And I am not saying that an open market would not be beneficial as specially to us developers and the consumer at large.

The main problem for me goes a bit deeper than this general idea of the open market since we are talking about different categories of devices when we talk about digital stores. Why does the type of device matter in this discussion? – You will probably ask, since the functionality of a store and the associated business models should be the same.

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BNOTECHCAST Episode 5: Quo vadis cross-platform development

Quo vadis cross-platform developmentThis episode has been a long time coming. Originally planned for March 21st of this year health issues and me changing jobs got it delayed until today. I am not sure if I will be able to pick up the weekly episode schedule that I originally intended, but I will try to have episoded released more regularly.

The episode will premiere again on Youtube today at 8:00 pm CEST and Spreaker, as well as your favorite podcast platforms, at 8:30 pm CEST.

Show notes for today:

In the past 4 years I worked in cross-platform mobile development and viewing this space evolve during that time got me thinking where this would be going in the future. Then during the first weeks of starting a new job I had to work on comparing different cross-platform frameworks putting a whole new perspective to the discussion. I am proposing some ideas in this episode and would love to get into a discussion with the development community on this, so feel free to share the episode and comment below.

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BNOTECHCAST Episdoe 2: Personal Computing in transition

Personal Computing in transitionToday at 8 pm CET our next episode of the BNOTECHCAST will premiere on Youtube and on 8:30 pm it will hit your favorite podcasting platforms.

Here is todays episodes description:

This episode explores changes in the personal computing sector that have started back in 2019 and have accelerated in 2020. These changes will impact businesses and consumers alike. Lets watch these developments together and discuss the implications. In case you want to provide feedback on this episode head over to https://bnonet.com or E-Mail us at listeners@bnonet.com.

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