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Geeks Squawk - EP 343

Matt Armitage, Kulturpop

27-Apr-18 10:30

Geeks Squawk - EP 343

The geeks today squawked about how music streaming saved the music industry, and how big stars are cashing in on it. They also introduced a multi-functional, space saving dream-come-true transformer table; Gmail's overhaul; and discussed about human brain tissue being grown in the lab.

 

0:29:00 - How Streaming Saved The Music Industry

10:27:05 - Transformer Table 2.0 - 6 Tables In 1

14:02:54 - Gmail Set For "Entire Rewrite" In Biggest Overhaul For Five Years

17:12:71 - Growing Brains In Labs: Why It's Time For An Ethical Debate

Produced by: Richard Bradbury


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Categories:  TechnologyMedical Innovation and TechnologyTechEntrepreneurshipPersonal Development

Tags:  music streamingmusic industrytabletransformerbrainlabgmailwebmail


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