Earnings for Apple and Twitter are in and we talk to Nathan Oliveres-Giles about the first decline in quarterly revenue for the company since 2003. Meanwhile, Twitter struggles to define itself, even as it gains users. YouTube tests a new ad format, DropBox launches a new version of its cloud service, and Google, Ford, Volvo, Uber, and Lyft have put aside their differences to form a coalition to work with lawmakers and civic organizations to push self-driving cars onto the road. Afterward, we interview Michael Sippy about his new app Talkshow that lets you text your friends in public.
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- Apple Forecasts Another Sales Decline as iPhone Demand Cools
- Twitter Posts Disappointing Revenue and Forecast
- YouTube will soon show six-second 'Bumper' ads before videos
- Why movie trailers now begin with five-second ads for themselves
- Dropbox’s Project Infinite shows all company files locally but stores them remotely
- Google, Ford, Uber launch coalition to further self-driving cars
- This New Messaging App Talkshow Makes Your Texts Public (Sort Of)
- If You’ve Got the Guts, This App Shares Your Camera Roll for You
- If you use Waze, hackers can stalk you