Technology Shows

Bloomberg Technology

Bloomberg Technology

The only daily news program focused exclusively on technology, innovation and the future of business from San Francisco. Hosted by Emily Chang.
1224 Episodes
Bloomberg
Future Thinking

Future Thinking

Renowned inventors, scientists and futurologists describe the big idea that they want to solve and how it can transform the world.
33 Episodes
BBC Future
Crunch Report

Crunch Report

Your daily round-up of the biggest TechCrunch stories and start-up news.
26 Episodes
Tech Crunch
World-Changing Ideas

World-Changing Ideas

Fascinating stories, need-to-know briefings and compelling video inspired by BBC Future's World-Changing Ideas event series.
24 Episodes
BBC Future
How Does That Work?

How Does That Work?

Technology has made our everyday lives much easier than our ancestors had it. This series explores how this technology works, how it's being used today, and the advances that can be expected in the future.
18 Episodes
Reel
Horizon

Horizon

Horizon tells amazing science stories, unravels mysteries and reveals worlds you've never seen before.
14 Episodes
BBC
Superships

Superships

They're the mighty ships that have managed to tame our seas - see inside some of the world's most incredible floating technology.
13 Episodes
Reel
Backlight

Backlight

Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
12 Episodes
VPRO
Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside

Bench to Bedside tells the inspirational stories of people and animals living with serious illnesses and the incredible biomedical research that could save their lives.
12 Episodes
ABC
HyperDrive

HyperDrive

BBC presenter and trained engineer Jack Stewart sorts solar planes from magnetic trains, offering you a guide to the vehicles and transport technologies of tomorrow.
12 Episodes
BBC Future
Graveyard Carz

Graveyard Carz

Join Mark Worman and his crew of manic mechanics, as they fight to restore some of the rarest and most valuable muscle cars ever to grace American asphalt.
6 Episodes
Via Vision
Ancient Discoveries

Ancient Discoveries

Tantalising clues are making historians rethink the sophistication of ancient cultures. Explore ancient cars, superships, Egyptian warfare, ancient robots and more.
4 Episodes
Reel
What If?

What If?

What If?' from BBC Future explores thought experiments and hypothetical scenarios.
4 Episodes
BBC Future
Airport 24/7

Airport 24/7

Broadcasting live from Heathrow, this is the story of the world's busiest international airport operating at maximum capacity. It takes a workforce of nearly 77,000 - the size of a small city - to pull off this incredible daily task and Airport Live will be there to watch it happen.
4 Episodes
BBC
All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace

All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace

A series of films about how humans have been colonised by the machines we have built. Although we don't realise it, the way we see everything in the world today is through the eyes of the computers.
2 Episodes
BBC
Imagineering

Imagineering

Redesigning the everyday - BBC Future works with top designers to rethink common objects and offer 21st Century solutions.
2 Episodes
BBC Future
Hello World

Hello World

Hello World invites the viewer to come on a journey. It's a journey that stretches across the globe to find the inventors, scientists and technologists shaping our future.
2 Episodes
Bloomberg
Wonderland

Wonderland

This BBC documentary strand is an annual eight-part series of hour-long films about different aspects of contemporary British life.
1 Episode
BBC
Superhuman

Superhuman

Go inside the human body to discover its true potential and examine whether some people are pushing it too far.
1 Episode
Reel
Two Men In China

Two Men In China

Two Men in China sees the indefatigable Tim Flannery and John Doyle - armed with inquisitive minds and enduring humour - explore our powerful neighbour and our major trading partner.
1 Episode
ABC
Building Tomorrow

Building Tomorrow

Building Tomorrow presents radical visions that illustrate not only the huge challenges we face, but also the opportunities that could materialise if we push the limits of what's possible.
1 Episode
BBC Future
Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
1 Episode
Bloomberg

Technology Episodes

Bloomberg Technology - Grab Sees 'Tremendous' Growth and Interest From Partners, Co-Founder Says

Grab Sees 'Tremendous' Growth and Interest From Partners, Co-Founder Says

Hooi Ling Tan, Grab co-founder, discusses the company's latest funding round, partnership strategy and growth potential with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
11mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Why Samsung Had to Delay the Galaxy Fold

Why Samsung Had to Delay the Galaxy Fold

Samsung Electronics Co. on Monday delayed the release of its $1,980 Galaxy Fold smartphone after problems were discovered with the review models.
5mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - The Key Takeaways From Tesla's Autonomy Investor Day

The Key Takeaways From Tesla's Autonomy Investor Day

Tesla Inc. hosted an investor day on Monday to showcase the progress of its self-driven vehicle technology.
8mins
Bloomberg
This Reality Does Not Exist: Trust in an Age of Synthetic Media with Alexei Efros (UC Berkeley) and

This Reality Does Not Exist: Trust in an Age of Synthetic Media with Alexei Efros (UC Berkeley) and

AI-based tools are proving capable of fabricating or modifying imagery and audio in ways that are nearly indistinguishable from reality. How can these systems and media be detected, and how can we trust anything when everything could be faked?
Tech Crunch
Greener Pastures with Colin Angle (iRobot)

Greener Pastures with Colin Angle (iRobot)

iRobot’s CEO will discuss the company’s work to make robots a household mainstay, from the Roomba to Terra, the new robotic lawnmower that was 12 years in the making.
Tech Crunch
What happens after the Industrial Robot-lution with Dr. Kiyonori Inaba (FANUC)

What happens after the Industrial Robot-lution with Dr. Kiyonori Inaba (FANUC)

Two centuries after the Industrial Revolution, robotics and deep learning are creating another paradigm shift in manufacturing. As more parts of production become automated, what will human workers gain and what will they lose?
Tech Crunch
Fireside Chat with Anthony Levandowski (Pronto.AI)

Fireside Chat with Anthony Levandowski (Pronto.AI)

Anthony Levandowski, the former star Google engineer and serial entrepreneur who was at the center of a trade secrets lawsuit between Uber and Waymo, is back with a new startup. TechCrunch sits down with Levandowski for a wide-ranging discussion o...
Tech Crunch
Building the Robots that Build with Noah Ready-Campbell (BUILT Robotics) and Saurabh Ladha (Doxel AI

Building the Robots that Build with Noah Ready-Campbell (BUILT Robotics) and Saurabh Ladha (Doxel AI

Can robots help us build structures faster, smarter, and cheaper? Built Robotics makes a self-driving excavator. Doxel develops a robot powered solution that uses computer vision to help track and monitor progress on job sites. We'll talk with the...
Tech Crunch
DEMO: Manmeet Maggu (Trexo Robotics)

DEMO: Manmeet Maggu (Trexo Robotics)

Trexo Robotics is on a mission to help children with disabilities walk. See the latest wearable robot from these researchers at the University of Toronto.
Tech Crunch
DEMO: Berkeley Skydeck (UC Berkeley)

DEMO: Berkeley Skydeck (UC Berkeley)

Caroline Winnett of Berkeley Skydeck introduces us to the latest creations from KiwiBot and Squishy Robotics
Tech Crunch
DEMO: Gui Cavalcanti (Breeze Automation)

DEMO: Gui Cavalcanti (Breeze Automation)

Leading roboticist Gui Cavalcanti, formerly of Megabots and Boston Dynamics, launches a new company, developing a soft robot for research and exploration.
Tech Crunch
Can’t We All Just Get Along? with Anca Dragan (UC Berkeley), Rana el Kaliouby (Affectiva), and Matt

Can’t We All Just Get Along? with Anca Dragan (UC Berkeley), Rana el Kaliouby (Affectiva), and Matt

Robots and humans are working and living together more than ever, and that means we have to watch out for one another - literally.
Tech Crunch
Putting Drones to Work with Grant Canary (Droneseed) and Arnaud Thiercelin (DJI)

Putting Drones to Work with Grant Canary (Droneseed) and Arnaud Thiercelin (DJI)

Drones can be used for more than buzzing around the beach or recording weddings. In the last few years, we've seen drones that help stop poachers, deliver packages, inspect pipelines, and more. What's next?
Tech Crunch
DEMO: NVIDIA Robotics

DEMO: NVIDIA Robotics

NVIDIA’s VP of Engineering Claire Delaunay will showcase the company’s push to democratize robotics development. She will be joined by some of the company’s own robotic creations, including Kaya and Carter.
Tech Crunch
Artificial Intelligence: Minds, Economies and Systems that Learn with Ken Goldberg (UC Berkeley) and

Artificial Intelligence: Minds, Economies and Systems that Learn with Ken Goldberg (UC Berkeley) and

AI and robots are being adopted by industry after industry, ushering in a new era in technology and services — but one that needs to be built as it grows. Berkeley's Ken Goldberg and Michael Jordan discuss the advances that got us here and what co...
Tech Crunch
The Best Robots on Four Legs with Marc Raibert (Boston Dynamics)

The Best Robots on Four Legs with Marc Raibert (Boston Dynamics)

Boston Dynamics rocked the world with the robots like Big Dog, Cheetah and Atlas. As one of the company's latest creations SpotMini comes to market, CEO Marc Raibert will discuss the company's journey to productizing.
Tech Crunch
Why We'll Never Have the Perfect Controller

Why We'll Never Have the Perfect Controller

In the 30 years since the classic NES controller debuted, controller design has come a long way. Or has it? Controller designs aren’t only about ergonomics. They’re also sites of clashing philosophies, corporate rivalries, and the battle for the l...
Cheddar
Bloomberg Technology - Zoom Can Grow While Sustaining Its Profitability, Sequoia's Eschenbach Says

Zoom Can Grow While Sustaining Its Profitability, Sequoia's Eschenbach Says

Carl Eschenbach, Sequoia Capital partner, discusses Zoom Video Communications Inc.
4mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Inside the Airbnb-Backed Travel Startup Lyric

Inside the Airbnb-Backed Travel Startup Lyric

Andrew Kitchell, Lyric chief executive officer, discusses the business-travel startup's business model and expansion plans with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
4mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - The Mobile App Modernizing the Trucking Industry

The Mobile App Modernizing the Trucking Industry

Dan Lewis, Convoy co-founder and chief executive officer, discusses the startup's approach to modernizing the trucking industry with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
5mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Bubble Boy Disease Cured With Gene Therapy

Bubble Boy Disease Cured With Gene Therapy

An experimental gene therapy has cured eight infants with the so-called Bubble Boy Disease, an immune-system deficiency so severe that children with it were at one time kept in total isolation for fear that even a simple common cold could be deadly.
2mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Zoom, Pinterest Will Probably Price Above IPO Range, Triton CEO Says

Zoom, Pinterest Will Probably Price Above IPO Range, Triton CEO Says

Rett Wallace, chief executive officer of Triton Research, and Bloomberg's Jitendra Waral discuss the upcoming initial public offerings from Pinterest Inc. and Zoom Video Communications Inc.
7mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Google, Apple Said to Block New Downloads of TikTok in India

Google, Apple Said to Block New Downloads of TikTok in India

Google and Apple Inc. complied with an Indian court order to block downloads of the popular app TikTok over government concerns with illicit content, according to people familiar with the decision.
3mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - T-Mobile, Sprint Fall on DOJ Deal Resistance Report

T-Mobile, Sprint Fall on DOJ Deal Resistance Report

Shares of T-Mobile and Sprint fell post market after the Wall Street Journal reported their planned merger is facing resistance from staff at the U.S. Department of Justice.
3mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Netflix Subsciber Forecast Rattles Investors as Disney Looms

Netflix Subsciber Forecast Rattles Investors as Disney Looms

Netflix Inc. delivered a disappointing forecast for the current quarter, with growth in the U.S. slowing to a near-trickle.
7mins
Bloomberg
Unfolding the Samsung Galaxy Fold

Unfolding the Samsung Galaxy Fold

After months of teasers and speculation, Samsung's foldable is finally here. But can the fold live up to the hype -- and the $2,000 price tag?
Tech Crunch
Samsung's Galaxy Fold - The 'first of many' foldable devices

Samsung's Galaxy Fold - The 'first of many' foldable devices

Samsung's new Galaxy Fold smartphone will be the first of many devices with flexible screens in the coming years, a company director has said. The Fold is the Korean technology giant's first major device to use folding screen technology and will g...
Press Association
Bloomberg Technology - Structure Capital's Mike Walsh Sees Platform Potential for Uber

Structure Capital's Mike Walsh Sees Platform Potential for Uber

Uber wants investors to view them as a platform not just a ride sharing company.
6mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - How Namely Has Given HR an Overhaul

How Namely Has Given HR an Overhaul

Elisa Steele, chief executive officer of Namely, discusses the human resource startup's strategy on "Bloomberg Technology."
3mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Musk Tweets Out Another Tesla Production Forecast

Musk Tweets Out Another Tesla Production Forecast

Elon Musk posted another Tesla Inc. production forecast reminiscent of the one that landed him before a federal judge earlier this month.
5mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Apple, Qualcomm Battle Continues in U.S. Federal Court

Apple, Qualcomm Battle Continues in U.S. Federal Court

A federal jury in San Diego will decide if Qualcomm Inc. engaged in illegal patent licensing practices and whether Apple Inc. had the right to stop paying royalties for it.
5mins
Bloomberg
'World's biggest plane' in numbers

'World's biggest plane' in numbers

A look at the figures behind the 'world's biggest plane'. Built by Stratolaunch, it took its maiden flight over the Mojave Desert in Los Angeles on April 13. The aircraft is designed to act as a flying launch pad for satellites.
Press Association
Bloomberg Technology - Jumia Jumps on NYSE Debut as Africa's Amazon Goes Public

Jumia Jumps on NYSE Debut as Africa's Amazon Goes Public

Jumia Technologies Co-Chief Executive Officers and co-founders Jeremy Hodara and Sacha Poignonnec discuss the e-commerce firm's first day of trading in New York, business model, and expansion plans.
7mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - How Tesla Made It Tougher to Buy the Standard $35K Model 3

How Tesla Made It Tougher to Buy the Standard $35K Model 3

Tesla Inc. is making it more difficult to buy the $35,000 version of the Model 3 sedan.
3mins
Bloomberg
IAM Robotics puts a unique spin on warehouse automation

IAM Robotics puts a unique spin on warehouse automation

Before robots get to do the fun stuff, they’re going to be tasked with all of the things humans don’t want to do. It’s a driving tenet of automation -- developing robotics and AI designed to replace dull, dirty and dangerous tasks. It’s no surpris...
Tech Crunch
Deterrent bees in conservation

Deterrent bees in conservation

The elephant population in South Africa's Kruger National park is growing, and the big animals can be destructive. But like humans, elephants are afraid of bees. So one zoologist is testing whether the insects can ward off the hungry pachyderms.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket takes off for first commercial flight

SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket takes off for first commercial flight

SpaceX launched its second supersized rocket on April 11, and for the first time landed all three boosters. The Falcon Heavy thundered into the sky with a communication satellite called Arabsat, the rocket's first paying customer.
Press Association
Uber Unveils Its Highly Anticipated IPO Filing

Uber Unveils Its Highly Anticipated IPO Filing

Uber officially filed paperwork with federal regulators on Thursday, giving investors a snapshot of the global ride hailing giant ahead of its debut on the public market this spring.
Cheddar
Bloomberg Technology - Musk-Linked Team Outlines System to Monitor Brain Activity

Musk-Linked Team Outlines System to Monitor Brain Activity

A team of scientists outlined a way to rapidly implant electrical wiring into the brains of rats, an important step toward a potential system to plug human brains directly into computers.
3mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - 'Wild West' Days of Internet Over, Sen. Warner Says

'Wild West' Days of Internet Over, Sen. Warner Says

Senator Mark Warner, a Virginia Democrat, discusses a bipartisan bill that would ban "manipulative" design features and prompts that let large websites "trick consumers into handing over their personal data.
9mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - How Google Is Looking to Monetize Maps

How Google Is Looking to Monetize Maps

Google is turning to its popular web service Google Maps into a major cash machine.
3mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Snapchat Projected to Lose U.S. Users for First Time

Snapchat Projected to Lose U.S. Users for First Time

Snap Inc.'s photo-sharing app Snapchat will lose users in the U.S. for the first time this year according to industry analyst EMarketer.
7mins
Bloomberg
How Bossa Nova’s robots track inventory at Walmart stores

How Bossa Nova’s robots track inventory at Walmart stores

The Pittsburgh based startup pivoted from kids toys to inventory robots. Now they’re monitoring store shelves in 50 Walmart locations.
Tech Crunch
Samsung launches the Galaxy A80 and A70

Samsung launches the Galaxy A80 and A70

Samsung CEO, DJ Koh launches two new handsets to join their Galaxy A range. The A80 and the A70. Both feature triple cameras on the rear and the A70 has waterdrop notch. The A80 is the first Galaxy device with an all-screen design.
2mins
Press Association
First image of a black hole revealed

First image of a black hole revealed

Courtesy: National Press Club Astronomers have captured the first image of a supermassive black hole big enough to swallow stars at the centre of a distant galaxy. The image of the supermassive black hole at the core of galaxy M87 was obtained...
Press Association
Black hole 'event horizon' image captured for the first time

Black hole 'event horizon' image captured for the first time

Courtesy: National Press Club Astronomers have captured the first image of a supermassive black hole big enough to swallow stars at the centre of a distant galaxy. The image of the supermassive black hole at the core of galaxy M87 was obtained...
3mins
Press Association
Bloomberg Technology - Slack Value Said to Rise to $1B in Pre-Listing Deals

Slack Value Said to Rise to $1B in Pre-Listing Deals

Investors are paying big premiums to snap up shares of workplace software maker Slack Technologies Inc. on private markets.
4mins
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Twitter Expands in MENA Region With Content Accords

Twitter Expands in MENA Region With Content Accords

Twitter Inc. is expanding its video efforts in the Middle East and North Africa as revenue from video advertising becomes a key element for the social network.
4mins
Bloomberg