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Nothing telephone (1), and extra

(Pocket-lint) – The Pocket-lint Podcast episode 162 is now obtainable to stream and obtain.

Nothing lastly unveiled its first telephone this week, after months of teases and leaks. Pocket-lint’s editor joins host, Rik Henderson, to speak all concerning the Nothing telephone (1) and its acquainted launch technique.

Rik additionally chats with Williams F1 driver Alex Albon about the way forward for the motorsport and the way tech performs an enormous function in his coaching.. 

And eventually, deputy editor Britta O’Boyle evaluations the M2 MacBook Air and divulges Apple’s numerous upgrades on the earlier M1 mannequin.

You’ll be able to take heed to the newest episode beneath – together with earlier instalments – and likewise learn the way to subscribe to the Pocket-lint Podcast through Acast right here.

It’s also obtainable on Spotify, iTunes, Google and through RSS.

The weekly podcast goes reside each Friday morning, bringing you half-hour of the newest tech information, a prime trade interview, plus evaluations of various devices in probably the most talked-about classes – all that includes the information and expertise of the Pocket-lint workforce and, typically, particular company.

We’ll be speaking to sensible house and smartphone producers, and plenty of different tech wizards within the coming weeks and months, so be sure to get each episode robotically delivered to your gadget of alternative.

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Earlier interviewees 

Take a look at the individuals we have interviewed on earlier episodes of the Pocket-lint podcast:

Episdoe 161: Sam Kemp, EE

We talked to EE’s future propositions and innovation director about how the UK cell phone community offered the huge communications infrastructure for the 2022 Glastonbury Pageant.

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Episode 160: Iain Herd, Graham O’Reilly, Wottz

Stuart chatted with the founders of Wottz, an organization that specialises in making and promoting cables for electrical automobiles. It seems not all cables are the identical and your selections may actually make a distinction.

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Episode 159: Charlie Prepare dinner, Rightcharge

We caught up with the founding father of Rightcharge, a useful web site that provides recommendation on the perfect EV house charger to your wants and the perfect electrical tariff to run it on.

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Episode 158: Harro Stokman, Kapler Imaginative and prescient

Stuart spoke with the founding father of Kepler Imaginative and prescient, an organization that has created a synthetic intelligence to assist take care of the well-being of people at evening.

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Episode 156: Edgar Chekera, Guild Esports

We talked to the pinnacle of efficiency at Guild Esports and came upon how he goes about getting probably the most from a few of the largest eSports stars. He additionally revealed how one can undertake the methods he makes use of to enhance your individual gaming prowess.

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Episode 155: Ned Curic, Stellantis

Stuart spoke with the chief know-how officer of main automotive group Stellantis, the dad or mum firm of Jeep, Peugeot, Citroën and Vauxhall. He defined why tech is so essential to our vehicles and what’s in retailer for the longer term.

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Episode 154: Seth Schneider, Nvidia

Rik chatted with eSports competitor and Nvidia GeForce product supervisor to learn the way body charges actually do make a distinction on many PC video games. Additionally they mentioned gaming applied sciences equivalent to DLSS and Reflex.

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Episode 153: Fraser Stirling, Sky

Rik talked with Sky’s international chief product officer, Fraser Stirling, concerning the firm’s Sky Glass and forthcoming standalone model of Sky Stream Puck. Is that this the longer term for Sky and the place does it depart Sky Q?

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Episode 152: Sharmin Ali, Instoried

Stuart spoke with Sharmin Ali, the founder and CEO of Instoried, a brand new on-line software designed that can assist you write with extra empathy.

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Episode 151: Ian Johnston, Osprey Charging

We caught up with the CEO of Osprey Charging, one of many largest public charging networks within the UK. He revealed particulars on how the nation can get able to go all-electric from 2030.

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Episode 150: Stuart Tickle, AWE Europe

Rik spoke with the managing director of house cinema and sensible house know-how distributor AWE Europe about how the house cinema set up enterprise is flourishing.

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Episode 149: John Lau, UsTwo Video games

Stuart chatted with the senior producer at cell sport developer UsTwo about Apple Arcade and the potential for a Monument Valley 3.

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Episode 148: Laurent Schmitt, Dcbel

Stuart talked to the European CEO of Dcbel, a Canadian firm heading to Europe and bringing its newest vitality station with it. It’s time to make the swap to photo voltaic to beat the hovering vitality costs?

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Episode 147: Andy Lulham, VerifyMyAge

We spoke with the chief working officer at VerifyMyAge to learn the way the corporate is attempting to make the web a safer place.

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Episode 146: Jeff Norton, creator of the Metawars books

Stuart chatted with an creator who has been writing concerning the metaverse for over a decade. Jeff Norton explains why it’s now turning into an precise factor and what it means for us all.

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Episode 143: Ken Sutton, Yobe

We spoke with the CEO and founding father of Yobe, an organization growing know-how that may decide who you’re by voice. We learn the way it plans to assist your digital assistant know that it is you speaking even in a crowded room or noisy setting.

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Episode 142: Pilgrim Beart, DevicePilot

Stuart talks to Pilgrim Beart, the CEO of DevicePilot who has been concerned because the first sensible meters began to roll out within the UK. How profitable have they been up to now and what can we count on sooner or later? 

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Episode 140: Alex Cho, HP

Stuart spoke to the president of non-public methods at HP to seek out about extra about hybrid working, the developments which are affecting the PC trade, and whether or not the Metaverse actually is one thing we must be listening to.

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Episode 139: Drew Meehan, TomTom

Stuart caught up with the principal UX designer of TomTom to debate the corporate’s new open digital cockpit software program platform. He defined the way it may change the way in which we work together with our vehicles sooner or later.

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Episode 138: Lionel Adam, Gamestream

Rik spoke with the chief industrial officer of cloud gaming platform Gamestream, Lionel Adam, about how Xbox’s Activision buyout may assist different companies, the Metaverse, and the small print on the French streaming firm’s new tech partnership with Ubisoft.

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Episode 137: Tobin Richardson, Connectivity Requirements Alliance

Stuart caught up with the president and CEO of the Connectivity Requirements Alliance throughout CES 2022 to speak about sensible house customary “Matter” and the way it can revolutionise the way in which sensible units join to one another.

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Episode 133: Amit Ravat, Lithe Audio AV and Retrotouch Lighting

Stuart talked with the co-founder of sensible house firms, Lithe Audio AV and Retrotouch Lighting, makers of sensible lighting and in-ceiling audio system respectively. They mentioned the various challenges going through us all in a better family.

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Episode 132: Gary Shaprio, Shopper Tech Affiliation

We caught up with the president and CEO of the CTA who revealed what to anticipate from the organisation’s annual Las Vegas tech present, CES, in January. He additionally talked about how the know-how trade is studying to adapt to the present local weather.

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Episode 131: Charley Boorman

Stuart met up with the TV star plus electrical car logistics enterprise, GoWithFlow, to debate his epic Lengthy Method Up journey and the way EV drivers can profit from his expertise sooner or later.

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Episode 130: Ralph Broadbent, Pinter

Rik talked with the CEO of Pinter who defined how the house brewing gadget and repair is best each for the setting and your enjoyment of beer straight from the faucet.

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Episode 128: Peter O’Driscoll, RingGo

Stuart chatted with the boss of RingGo concerning the automobile parking app’s Apple CarPlay integration and what’s in retailer for the longer term.

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Episode 127: Ben Wooden & Ring’s Leila Rouhi 

Stuart spoke with know-how analyst Ben Wooden and the president of Ring, Leila Rouhi, concerning the huge tech developments for 2022 and past.

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Episode 126: Vice Admiral Nick Hine, Royal Navy

We talked with the Royal Navy’s Second Sea Lord of the Admiralty, Nick Hine, who mentioned the Navy’s newest tech and innovation – particularly, its plans for a tech-filled future fleet.

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Episode 125: Jeff Derderian, Sonos

Stuart spoke with Sonos’ director of product creation concerning the audio firm embracing Dolby Atmos, the way it’s rising its viewers with new partnerships, and what’s in retailer for its speaker vary sooner or later.

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Episode 124: Stephen Rouatt, Signify UK

We talked to the CEO of Signify UK – the corporate behind the Philips Lighting and Philips Hue manufacturers. He defined to us how the market chief continues to innovate and adapt to its clients wants.

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Episode 122: Sander Werring, Polar

Stuart spoke with the CEO of Polar to speak all issues smartwatches and health sensors.

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Episode 120: Luke Hopkins, Char-Broil

Stuart caught up with barbecue producer Char-Broil to seek out out whether or not tech is invading or serving to our favorite cooking pastime.

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Episode 119: Anne Toth, Amazon’s Alexa Belief

How do you go about instilling belief in a digital private assistant that does not bodily exist? That is simply one of many questions host Stuart put to the director of the Alexa Belief workforce at Amazon, Anne Toth.

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Episode 118: Ted Fischer, Ageless Innovation

Stuart chatted with Ageless Innovation, an organization that builds robotic pets for aged individuals needing some companionship.

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Episode 117: Haya Douidri, Superpedestrian

We caught up with the vp for EMEA of Superpedestrian – a world-leader in transportation robotics and human-scale mobility – to speak about final mile transportation and far more. 

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Episode 116: Tetsuya Mizuguchi

Stuart Miles chatted with the gaming legend behind Rez, Area Channel 5, Lumines, Tetris Impact and plenty of different classics. Having curated the Digital Realms exhibition on the Barbican, London, he detailed the games-related experiences guests are handled to.

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Episode 115: Taco Carlier, VanMoof

We chatted with the CEO of eBike firm VanMoof concerning the adoption of Apple’s Discover My monitoring service in its cycles. Additionally they mull over the way forward for electrical using.

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Episode 114: Alexandre Salem, Huawei

Stuart spoke with Huawei’s international director of gaming partnerships, to seek out out simply how essential gaming is to the corporate. Additionally they mentioned whether or not we’ll see a devoted gaming telephone from Huawei sooner or later.

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Episode 113: Dave Ward, Ring

Stuart talked with Ring’s managing director for Europe, Dave Ward. He revealed the philosophy behind the corporate and what’s in retailer for the longer term.

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Episode 112: Rory Cellan-Jones, BBC

Stuart caught up with the famend BBC journalist to speak about his new e-book. It covers the final decade in tech, from the glory days of huge launches, just like the Apple iPhone, to a extra dystopian tech world, particularly when social media is worried.

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Episode 111: Benoit Burette, Philips TV & Sound

Stuart caught up with the person accountable for acoustic engineering for Fidelio merchandise at Philips, to speak about the way you design a selected acoustic signature and the way listening has modified in recent times.

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Episode 110: Ian Mcllwain, FutureLearn

Stuart talked with an count on on schooling forecasting. He realized concerning the developments which are going to be shaping the way in which we and our youngsters study sooner or later.

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Episode 109: Eric Morales, AWS

Rik spoke with the lead of sport tech at Amazon Net Companies (AWS) to learn the way builders and avid gamers alike profit from cloud and server-based methods.

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Episode 108: Rod White, Philips

Rik caught up with the chief designer officer for Philips TV & Sound. They mentioned why the corporate has reintroduced its premium Fidelio model and what it takes to design high-end audio merchandise.

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Episode 106: Steve Backshall

We soke to biologist, adventurer and TV presenter, Steve Backshall. He defined what we are able to all be doing to understand the ocean life on our doorstep and the way tech can assist.

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Episode 105: Robert Wigley, UK Finance and creator

Stuart talked to the creator about his new e-book on know-how and the way it’s altering his relationship together with his sons. We came upon whether or not that is one thing that we should always all be anxious about sooner or later.

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Episode 103: Jordan Stephens, Rizzle Kicks

Rik talked to Jordan Stephens, one half of rap duo Rizzle Kicks, who just lately teamed with Three and Samsung for a smartphone quick film competitors. He gave us his views on film making, streaming companies, and being solid in Star Wars.

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Episode 102: Simon Jonas, Optoma

Stuart chatted with projector producer Optoma concerning the rising developments throughout the house projector market. It seems extra of us are choosing backyard cinemas, film nights and massive display screen gaming.

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Episode 101: Ben Barraondo, Nvidia

Rik talked to Nvidia’s head of shopper PR for Europe about GeForce Now, cloud gaming on the whole, and the provision problems with the corporate’s RTX graphics playing cards. Additionally they had natter concerning the (close to) way forward for video games.

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Episodes 1 – 100

It’s also possible to try some nice interviews that appeared in our first 100 episodes. We spoke with the likes of former England rugby captain, Will Carling, England cricketer Phil Tufnell, Jack Dorsey, Robert Llewellyn, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Ant Middleton, James Gaskill, Giles Martin and plenty of figureheads from throughout the tech trade.

Yow will discover out extra about them and take heed to their tales in our podcast archive right here.

Writing by Rik Henderson.



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