Hosted by technology journalist Christina Warren, “Networked: The 5G Future” explores all of the ways this revolutionary technology can help change the way we work, live and thrive. Through interviews with experts across industries like healthcare, gaming, music and sports, we’ll gain an understanding of the problems Verizon 5G can help solve and take a peek into the future. Covering topics like the evolution of virtual learning, the next generation of gaming and the future of live sports, we’ll break down real-world challenges, and learn how Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband can help these innovators make a bigger impact. Hear from the CEO of ZocDoc, the world builders behind Pokémon GO, and many more. Subscribe to “Networked: The 5G Future,” presented by Verizon and T Brand at The New York Times.
The New Age of Care
In this episode, host Christina Warren speaks with the medical professionals and business leaders who are revolutionizing telehealth. Then she’ll meet the team that's using Verizon 5G Edge computing to help deliver more effective examinations to prevent cancer.
Host Christina Warren explores the future of online gaming, including how Verizon 5G could unleash entirely new experiences in virtual reality, augmented reality and multiplayer games.
The Learning Curve
Can augmented reality help kids learn? As more learning goes online, education is shifting. Host Christina Warren discusses how new technology, enabled by the benefits of 5G, can make school more effective and fun.
Welcome to Networked: The 5G Future
What opportunities can 5G unleash? Join our host, technology journalist Christina Warren, as she connects with industry experts in healthcare, gaming, music and more.
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I’m still mad at Verizon for ruining Apple’s event with their blatant marketing and product placement, really ruined the magic for me when I really need some entertainment.
I’ll give this four stars and listen just for Christina Warren. If you like fast-talking smart lady journalists you will love her. Her podcast Rocket is great snarky fun. I’m sure the NYT will do a great job producing a professional podcast, should have high quality sound and editing.
This is the saddest thing NYTimes had ever done.
Dear NYTimes, what happened? You that broke that you allowed a company (Verizon) to brand a podcast? I’m truly saddened that you would present this under your name, which for me means journalism, not branded content. I am a NYT subscriber. Daily lover. Won’t be listening to this.
5G is here!
Very unique examples of how 5G will impact how we live, work and learn. Insightful and very well done.