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Tech's Message is the Webby Award-shortlisted, globally five-star-rated technology podcast from British journalists Nate Lanxon (Bloomberg, Wired, CNET) and Ian Morris (T3, Tom’s Guide, Gizmodo). Hear news & nostalgia inspired by the week's consumer technology developments, tightly and professionally presented with insight and irreverent humour. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Splice Lo-Fi is our quick, weekly audio check-in every Friday at 11 am Singapore time on Telegram. This is our weekly live audio check in with the Splice community to see what everyone's up to. This podcast is an archive of those conversations. Hosted by Rishad Patel and Alan Soon.
 
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The wearable devices market in India is expected to reach a sales volume of 16.22 million units by 2024. So today I speak to Anmol Saxena, the CEO & founder of Ashva Weartech. They develop wearable solutions for chronic knee pain & spine. So in this episode she talks about her own battles with knee pain that inspired to build a prototype at a hacka…
 
This week on Tech’s Message (featuring CNET.com’s Lead Photographer & Lead Advice Editor in Europe, Andrew Lanxon): Spotify hides shuffle button after Adele says albums should ‘tell a story’ https://www.theguardian.com/music/2021/nov/21/spotify-hides-shuffle-button-adele-albums-should-tell-a-story SMART LIGHT BULBS AND PLUGS The extended version av…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: UK to ban any handheld use of a mobile phone behind the wheel https://www.engadget.com/uk-ban-any-handheld-use-mobile-phone-driving-125038275.html Peacock / Paramount+ / Sky’s strategy / Star Trek discovery https://blog.trekcore.com/2021/11/star-trek-discovery-leaves-netflix-paramount-plus-2022/ https://www.engadget.com…
 
Building bionic arms for people with disabilities! Today I speak to Rishi Krishan, the CEO & Co-Founder of Symbionic. Symbionic is an affordable, assistive technology startup that makes smart prosthetic devices. It all started due to a freak bus accident which led to him losing his arm. So in this episode he talks about the huge challenges building…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: U.K. Warns Facebook to Keep Users Safe or Risk Criminal Charges https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-11-04/u-k-calls-for-facebook-to-soon-face-criminal-action-on-new-law 'The way my boss monitored me at home was creepy' https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-59152864 The extended version available via Patreon su…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: Facebook Meta NATE: One million households in the UK potentially hit by Amazon ‘brushing scams’ https://www.which.co.uk/news/2021/10/one-million-households-in-the-uk-potentially-hit-by-amazon-brushing-scams/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=G33XVXQPUV79Z2ZC IAN: UK schools slap a hold on fac…
 
This week, we're chatting with Darathtey from Cambodia — she writes the Campuccino newsletter on Substack. All the news about Cambodia delivered to your inbox. She explains how she got started and where things are headed. Subscribe to Campuccino: https://campuccino.substack.com/ Connect with Darathtey on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/darath…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: Updated MP3 with correct DTNS promo near the end. UK schools are using facial recognition to take pupils’ lunch money https://www.theverge.com/2021/10/18/22732330/uk-schools-facial-recognition-lunch-payments-north-ayrshire Anti-obesity scheme to offer voucher rewards for healthy living https://www.theguardian.com/societ…
 
We're finally saying hello properly to our friend Aulia Masna at Indonesian media startup Asumsi, who's been hanging around this audio room since we started. We talked about his role as Corporate Chief Editor (what does that mean?), how he's growing their audience with new products... and this little thing that blew our minds: Did you know that Ind…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: Shoppers start to use new £100 contactless payment limit https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-58898474 BT broadband customers can get Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for free https://www.pocket-lint.com/games/news/bt/158738-bt-broadband-customers-can-get-xbox-game-pass-ultimate-for-free Neighbour wins privacy row over smart door…
 
This week, we spoke with Nabilah Said about her work as the editor of Singapore-based ArtsEquator. She talked about the importance of supporting criticism and analysis, and the training they're doing to raise a generation of great arts writers. More on ArtsEquator: https://artsequator.com/ Connect with Nabilah on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: Amazon opens first UK bricks-and-mortar non-food store https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/oct/06/amazon-opens-first-uk-bricks-and-mortar-non-food-store-bluewater-kent Sky Glass https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-58828822 https://www.engadget.com/sky-smart-tv-glass-comcast-095543008.html https://www.wired.co.…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: UK researchers find Apple Pay, Visa contactless hack https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-58719891 New UK broadband rules will make it easier to switch supplier https://www.theguardian.com/money/2021/sep/28/new-uk-broadband-rules-switch-supplier-ofcom-deals The extended version available via Patreon subscription also i…
 
We had a delightful chat with Peiying Loh, who's the co-founder of Kontinentalist, a Singapore-based media startup that tells gorgeous data-driven stories about Asia. We spoke about how the company came together, its business model, and the wonderful team she's assembled. More about Kontinentalist: https://kontinentalist.com/ Connect with Peiying o…
 
We caught up with Mongolian creator Anu Harchu. She left her career at Bloomberg TV Mongolia to focus on her thriving brand as a YouTube creator. Plenty of great lessons in here for newsrooms, as well as folks looking to make that jump over to content creation. Hosted by Splice co-founders Rishad Patel and Alan Soon. Subscribe to Anu on YouTube: ht…
 
Anand Tumurtogoo has had enough of how foreign media talks about Mongolia. He spoke with us about the need to change these stereotypes, the nuances of the media landscape in Mongolia... and the origins of Mongolian names. Follow Anand on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ananddairtan Reach him on Muckrack: https://muckrack.com/anand-tumurtogoo Read his …
 
Today we've got our good friend Yan Oak, founder of Thibi — a data visualization startup based in Singapore. Yan and his team are among the best dataviz folks in the region. We've worked with them on projects in the past and we love the dedication of this crew. We spoke about where dataviz is headed, and what interesting data journalism business mo…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: Continuing Virgin Media saga: 5 days and no apology. Gigaclear installs on the 14th That time Nate played laser guns with Lara Croft UK children’s digital privacy code comes into effect https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/sep/02/uk-childrens-digital-privacy-code-comes-into-effect https://www.wired.co.uk/article/…
 
Ganesh Shankar is back! He came on the show in October 2017 (EP68) & he is celebrating 10 years as an entrepreneur! Ganesh is the co-founder & CEO of FluxGen FluxGen is on a mission to help industries become water positive, and aims to help save 1 billion litres of water everyday using his product AquaGen, a smart real-time water flow and level mon…
 
This week we're chatting with the brilliant Darsh Kandasamy of the Between The Lines newsletter — smart, opinionated perspectives on Malaysian politics. We talked about audience strategy, new formats, and serving her community. Check out Between The Lines (worth a subscription too!): https://betweenthelines.my/ Connect with Darsh on LinkedIn: https…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: BRIEF UPDATE: Nate cancelled Virgin Media Data protection 'shake-up' takes aim at cookie pop-ups https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-58340333 PayPal to allow UK users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2021/aug/23/paypal-uk-buy-sell-cryptocurrencies-bitcoin-ethereum-litecoin The ex…
 
Mithil Aggarwal calls himself a student journalist, but he also produces and hosts a podcast called The Curiously Candid Show that sounds insanely professional. We talked to Mithil about how he stumbled on journalism, and where he's taking podcasting. Check out Mithil's work here: http://www.thecuriouslycandidshow.me/ Connect with Mithil on LinkedI…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: We’re joined by Andrew Lanxon! Find him on YouTube and Instagram, plus his work at CNET.com. New Adventures in Fibreoptic Broadband A discussion around Andy’s recent move to Hyperoptic and how smaller fibre firms are doing in terms of speed, value, installation etc. Nate will explain his consideration of a move from Vir…
 
We had an amazing Lo-Fi session with Hyderabad-based Suno India's co-founder Padma Priya this morning. We talked about podcasting as a format, conveying difficult issues in audio, and learning to take better care of ourselves and our teams. Our Lo-Fi sessions take place every Friday at 11 am Singapore time. Join us in our Telegram group: https://t.…
 
This week, we checked in with our friend Carljoe Javier, the CEO of Puma Podcasts in Manila. We spoke about how the company has grown and how they're capturing the podcast market in the country. More about Puma: https://pumapodcast.com/ Connect with Carl on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carljoe-javier/…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: App Store prices dropping in UK, South Africa, and other countries, more https://9to5mac.com/2021/08/03/app-store-prices-dropping-in-uk-south-africa-and-other-countries-more/ I’ve noticed £10 IAPs dropping to £9, for instance. Note on Bloomberg Terminal: The British pound has become the best performing G10 currency in t…
 
Johanna Son is the founder, editor, and manager of Reporting ASEAN, a media startup based in Bangkok. She started the organization in 2014 to cover the region and to train journalists to do more of that. On Lo-Fi this week, Johanna talked about the difficulties in getting training across ASEAN. Connect with Johanna on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin…
 
The School of Splice is coming together! It's everything you need to build a media startup today. It's all audio, and packs insights from all around this wonderful Splice community. Knowledge, network, funding -- all in one place. The program rolls out next month. Find out more here. http://schoolofsplice.com/…
 
In this Extra Message, I explain why Apple Podcasts subscriptions are not working for us, hence our removal of the offer. As was the case prior to June, the best way to support the show is by listening to our free feed and leaving a review or telling your friends, or joining us on Patreon. Thanks to both the people who tried our Apple Podcasts paid…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: Ofcom releases pricing trends for comms services in the UK https://www.ofcom.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/222331/Pricing-trends-for-communications-services-in-the-UK.pdf Nothing Earphones review https://twitter.com/Quicktake/status/1420730910882807815 The extended version available via Patreon subscription also in…
 
Nivedha is back on the show! I spoke to her back in December 2017 (Ep 72). She is the Co-founder of TrashCon. They have created a machine that helps solve India's huge waste management problem by converting mixed waste into Biodegradable and Non-Biodegradable Waste. They started with one tiny machine doing 100kg/day to now doing 200,000 kgs/day! La…
 
Sheryl Lee at Mongabay is one of the newest people to pop into our Telegram chat, and because we're always interested in our community and how they made their way to journalism, we asked her to talk about her career. Sheryl is new to journalism; she graduated a year ago -- not in journalism, but in accounting and business. We talked about how to su…
 
This week on Tech’s Message: BT to phase out 3G in UK by 2023 for EE, Plusnet, BT Mobile subscribers https://www.theregister.com/2021/07/15/bt_3g_shutdown/ NOTE FOR MORE ON the 5G BIT: EE aims for 5G coverage everywhere in UK by 2028 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-57811958 Online racists face football ban of up to 10 years, vows Boris Johnso…
 
We’re speaking with Priya Thuvassery from Chambal Media in India about their new training academy for women journalists in rural communities. It’s inspiring. They plan to train 270 women over the next three months across three states in India. The objective is to "go beyond the technical aspects of reporting and encourage students to recognize and …
 
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