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And we are back! In this week's first episode, Rajneil Kamath discusses the competition between Snap and Instagram. In addition, he also explains how Apple raked in the money by pledging privacy to its users.
On this episode of The Signal Daily Podcast, we are hitting some interesting notes about Swiggy flirting with social commerce and more on how footballers are not happy about their data being used by betting companies.
On this episode of The Signal Daily podcast Chinmay Bhogle fills you in on Epic Games’ battle with Google, Apple and film making. Also, a little about Sharechat's Moj acquiring Mx TakaTak
On this episode of The Signal Daily, host Chinmay Bhogle talks about Dish TV's latest drama with Yes Bank. Meanwhile, Patanjali Pahwa joins us and explain what are cloud kitchens and why are they the new hotshots in the town!
On this episode of the Signal Daily, Tata says hello to Air India. But Air India employees may not be flying high as they’re forced to find new homes. Speaking of new homes, Mukesh Ambani has found a new home with the likes of Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk as he enters the $100 billion club.
On this episode of The Signal Daily, Priyanka Ganwani talks about what’s really happening with the Zee-Invesco saga; while Chinmay Bhogle tells why oil states want to buy football clubs.
On this episode of The Signal Daily, Priyanka Ganwnai talks about how Steve Jobs really did what he did (and it wasn’t very pretty) on the occasion of his 10th death anniversary; Chinmay Bhogle talks about how the situation with our energy supply and coal shortage is a ticking time bomb for india’s ...
On this episode of The Signal Daily, Priyanka Ganwani talks about how Licious has taken off as a unicorn and Chinmay Bhogle helps us reflect on Facebook’s blackout and what it did to many of us.
There are power outages coming your way soon. India is buying expensive coal but that may not be enough. And our main story is on Facebook. The whistleblower testimony has changed the way we look at Facebook. All of this in less than 5 minutes.