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Author: Fred McClimans

On this edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, something is afoot at the Circle Koh, what Judge Koh's bizarre decision in the FTC versus Qualcomm case actually means for the future of Qualcomm and the future of 5G, Amazon's next healthcare wearable might be able to actually read moods, SpaceX's broadband satellite moonshot gets a boost, Tesla autopilot gets trashed by Consumer Reports, trouble in Snapchat paradise. Those stories and more coming up on this episode on FTP.
The SAS Global Forum 2019 event this past week focused on innovation to improve decision-making. Here are my observations and thoughts on next steps that are important for SAS.
On this edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast: Tech's privacy problem, is Facebook moving us towards a solution or murkier waters, Apple and Qualcomm post quarterly earnings following the settlement of their global litigation. Even E-cigarettes get into the data collection business, now what? US-China trade talks, why did the US loosen its focus on IP protections, plus a report from Dell Tech World and the SAS Global Forum. Those stories and more coming up on this episode of FTP.
On this edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, can social media platforms really be expected to identify, assess, and remove harmful content in real-time? The U.S. Congress think so. Uber has itself an IPO. Amazon's minimum wage shift. Microsoft Word and Google Docs become besties. The FCC announces a $20 billion investment fund in rural 5G deployments, a quick analysis of Amazon Lexus data collection response. Can Disney become the next Netflix? Those stories and more coming up on this episode of FTP.
On this edition of the Futurum Tech Podcast, Lyft's IPO, rise of the Chinese phone makers. Facebook bans white supremacists, Huawei's "insecure stuff" in the UK, IBM introduces hyper protect services, Facebook again with discrimination of housing, and our crystal ball, will Uber's IPO be impacted by Lyft's performance or will it? These stories and more coming up on this episode of FTP.
On this edition of FTP, Futurum Tech Podcast, we dig into Mark Zuckerberg's privacy manifesto and we asked the question, "Does anybody care about what he has to say and should Facebook be more closely regulated or even broken up?" Then we dig into what's going on with Apple in the semiconductor space, we cover Elizabeth Warren and her regulatory plans, and in the end we talk about is it even possible to break up big tech and will it happen, on this edition of FTP.
On this special Mobile World Congress edition of Futurum Tech Podcast, 5G connected vehicles, folding phones and HoloLens 2, all the winners and losers in Barcelona except these were all the winners. Excel's slick, new android trick, did China steal flexible screen technology from Samsung, the end of Amazon dash buttons. Thoughts on the AT&T Time Warner merger, and will Apple get into the 5G and folding phone games before it's too late? This and more coming up on FTP.