On episode two of The TechRepublic Podcast, we talk about who won the DARPA Robotics Challenge, the state of startups and the companies buying them, and the big things happening in smart home tech.
It's time for episode #2 of "The TechRepublic Podcast" where we talk about the latest developments in technology and what they mean for business and society.
In this episode I'm joined by three guest hosts: special guest Megan Wollerton, who is an associate editor for our sister site CNET, along with TechRepublic staff writers Conner Forrest and Lyndsey Gilpin.
The three big topics this week are what we learned about the future of robotics from the DARPA Robotics Competition (Lyndsey was there), the state of startups solving real problems and the current M&A strategies of the tech big companies, and deciphering the big moves in smart home technology from Google and Apple.
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