A weekly overview of Silicon Valley and the tech industry, hosted by two industry veteran journalists, Michael S. Malone and Scott Budman
Silicon Insider Episode 56: Interview with Bill Davidow
On this week's episode of The Silicon Insider, co-host Mike Malone conducts a compelling interview with Silicon Valley Pioneer, Tech Legend, and Venture Capitalist, Bill Davidow. Topics include the consequences of freeware and social media communication, the valley then versus now, and more.
Silicon Insider Episode 55: Special Guest - Ed Clendaniel
Since co-host Scott Budman is out of town this week, Mike enlists veteran South Bay Journalist Ed Clendaniel (Editor of the Editorial Page at The San Jose Mercury News) for an conversation about the state of the Silicon Valley.
Silicon Insider Episode 54: The Great Equalizer
On this week's episode of The Silicon Insider Podcast, Mike and Scott attempt to make sense of one of the strangest and scariest weeks in modern American History.
Silicon Insider Episode 53: You Don't Need a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows
Topics for this week include: Elon Musk's gobsmacking profits and potential road to redemption, the deep ramifications of Presidents Trumps threats to the tech industry, particularly twitter, California Unemployment rates hit two-month low, HBO officially enters the streaming wars, and much more.
Silicon Insider Episode 52: Has it Really Been a Year?
On this week's (one year anniversary episode!) of The Silicon Insider Podcast, hosts Mike Malone and Scott Budman discuss the latest with life under lockdown and how it's fairing for the tech industry. Topics include: a growing legion of tech companies telling employees they can work from home forever, big layoffs at IBM and Uber, contract tracing controversy, a scientific breakthrough with the development of a single atom transistor, and much more.
Silicon Insider Episode 51: Paradigm Shift
On the latest episode of The Silicon Insider Podcast, we switch it up. Though still covering the week's biggest tech headlines, host's Mike Malone and Scott Budman stretch their legs this time and discuss at-length the state of the outbreak and the potential resulting paradigm shifts. Other topics include Uber's acquisition of Grubhub, the stunning (and damning) implications of working-from-home's productivity, and the game of chicken between a more-erratic-than-usual Elon Musk, Tesla, and Alameda County.