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It’s the DGiT Daily. It’s a daily newsletter and podcast, specifically focused on bringing you the best tech news, hot takes, and links to what’s happening from across the web. It doesn’t matter if it’s from the Wall Street Journal or the depths of a 41 tweet Twitter thread. We’ll find it, and our real live human writers you already know from our network tell you what it means.

Our host, Adam Doud is committed to entertain with an honest, authoritative, never too serious, and brief look at the news of the day.

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It’s the DGiT Daily. It’s a daily newsletter and podcast, specifically focused on bringing you the best tech news, hot takes, and links to what’s happening from across the web. It doesn’t matter if it’s from the Wall Street Journal or the depths of a 41 tweet Twitter thread. We’ll find it, and our real live human writers you already know from our network tell you what it means.

Our host, Adam Doud is committed to entertain with an honest, authoritative, never too serious, and brief look at the news of the day.

    January 22, 2020 - Jeff Bezos, dick pics, and the Arabian nights

    January 22, 2020 - Jeff Bezos, dick pics, and the Arabian nights

    Last year, Jeff Bezos came forward and revealed attempt by the National Enquirer to blackmail him into ceasing investigations and making a public statement. Today, we learn a lot more about that investigation and its ties to Whatsapp, MBS, and Saudi Arabia. It’s a wild story.

    Our Roundup features stories about new experimental apps from Google, new original podcasts from Apple, Sonos discontinuing legacy products, and a new driverless car coming from GM. 

    • 8 min
    January 21, 2020 - Qualcomm releases three new, but less-sexy processors

    January 21, 2020 - Qualcomm releases three new, but less-sexy processors

    Qualcomm released three new midrange processors to the market. These processor will support 4G data, Bluetooth 5.1, and Wi-Fi 6. They’ll also support faster processing and better imaging capabilities.

    Our Roundup features stories about a startup with a facial recognition database of 3 billion images, wake word sensitivity for Google Assistant devices, the moved up launch of Disney+, a new cancer-killing T-Cell discovered, and a successful test for SpaceX.

    • 7 min
    January 17, 2020 - Giving your eyes some Mojo

    January 17, 2020 - Giving your eyes some Mojo

    Mojo Vision is a company looking to bring AR contact lenses to the world. These would rest on your eyes and display relevant information at 14,000 ppi. Gizmodo has some health concerns, but overall, we’re pretty excited about the idea.

    Our Roundup features stories about Huawei’s next flagship phone, the S20 camera setup, Facebook's app dominance, Alphabet's trillion dollar valuation, Macbook touchscreen patents, Netflix's Goop series, and Lumiary dropping its price.

    • 8 min
    January 16, 2020 - The Evil 30

    January 16, 2020 - The Evil 30

    Slate compiled a list of the most evil companies in the world, and while there are some obvious ones like Uber, Apple, Microsoft, and more, there are some surprises like Disney and the US Power Grid. Plus, the #1 most evil company is surprising, but not once you think about it.

    Our Roundup features stories about Huawei’s next folding phone, Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser, layoffs at Mozilla, long range facial recognition that works in the dark, and President Trump’s Phase One trade deal. 

    • 8 min
    January 15, 2020 - You should not buy a 2020 TV

    January 15, 2020 - You should not buy a 2020 TV

    As we continue our post-CES debrief, Gizmodo looks at the TV tech we saw at CES and, well they’re less than thrilled. The fact is that 8K TV tech with integrated speakers and microLEDs just aren’t ready for prime time and are too expensive compared to more budget friendly, 4K options.

    Our Roundup features stories about the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, top apps of 2019, Google’s way of predicting the weather, and a profile of Catch Me If You Can’s Frank Abignale. 

    • 7 min
    January 14, 2020 - PCs are on the rise for the first time in seven years

    January 14, 2020 - PCs are on the rise for the first time in seven years

    Gartner and IDC both reported that PCs are on the rise for the first time since 2011. PC shipments rose by 2.3% and 4.8% respectively. This is largely attributed to Windows 7’s EOL, and improvements in the PC space.

    Our Roundup features stories about possible specs for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, Apple’s refusal to help unlock the Pensacola shooter’s iPhone, a possible EU rule saying all phones need to use a common charger, and the impact of smartphones on cameras. 

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

astarandson ,

Hello, DGiT fam!

I never knew what I didn’t know. But, now I know! Who would have guessed being a super nerd could be this entertaining? Adam’s dry humor keeps me entertained throughout the short show. Did I say “short”? I mean effectively condensed. Make sure to turn in for your daily dose of tech news and you too will be knowing what’s to know!

nikoamokin ,

Simply best tech podcast

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This tech news overview in <10 min is great!! I listen to LOTS of podcasts, mostly news and tech related, and I just found this one and I LOVE IT! It's informative, the stories that are referenced are available in the episode info, and it's very funny. I HIGHLY recommend checking out this podcast.

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