Yesterday Plus, what has Travis Kalanick been up to? And Spotify is reinventing radio, and are you old money or new money? Here are the 20 cities Amazon is considering for its second headquarters: The list isn’t very surprising, comprised of a bunch of the bigger East Coast and Midwestern cities; Toronto was the only non-U.S.
3 Days Ago Apple says it will bring hundreds of billions of dollars back to the U.S. from overseas. The company also announced plans to spend $30 billion in the U.S.
3 Days Ago Plus, YouTube tightens its rules to clean up for advertisers, the net neutrality fight springs up on several fronts, and the darkest gives way to the light.
5 Days Ago Plus, Apple’s iOS has surpassed global box office revenue, robots crush humans in a Stanford reading test, and the new-money bros spawned by the cryptocurrency craze.
9 Days Ago Plus, Walmart employees get some good news and some bad news, VC Peter Thiel bids for Gawker’s remains, and concupiscent controversy over a Silicon Valley “sex party.” Facebook is making a major change to its News Feed, and will show you less stuff from publishers and more from your friends.
9 Days Ago Her current book is “100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings.” The next is “How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings.” On this episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, comedian Sarah Cooper brings the funny.
10 Days Ago Plus, Domino’s Pizza’s stock price grew even faster than Netflix’s, going cold-turkey on ride-hailing apps, and the rural Amish town that makes high-tech stages for superstars.
10 Days Ago Plus, the data Snapchat didn’t want you too see, Amazon keeps it low-key at CES, and pole-dancing robots for art. Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is out as executive chairman of Breitbart News Network.
11 Days Ago Her new book is called “Powerful: Building a Culture of Freedom and Responsibility.” On this episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, Patty McCord sits in the red chair to talk about her new book, “Powerful.” As the head of human resources at Netflix, McCord was responsible for the company’s famous “culture deck” that outlined a business philosophy based on high-performing employees who behave like adults.
11 Days Ago Plus, the “Google manifesto” author is suing Google, GoPro is looking to sell itself, and innovations in toilet tech at CES. Jeff Bezos is now worth more than Bill Gates ever was.
12 Days Ago His startup sells hotel rooms by the minute, but not for the reasons you might think. On this episode of Too Embarrassed to Ask, Recharge CEO Manny Bamfo talks about his startup, which lets customers rent hotel rooms by the minute rather than by the night.
13 Days Ago Plus, how Michael Wolff’s Trump tell-all “Fire and Fury” hit No. 1 on Amazon’s bestseller list, a joke bitcoin hits $1 billion market cap, Sprint’s CEO joins Uber’s board, and where the cool things are.
13 Days Ago In which we discuss the future of journalism as we know it. This week on Recode Media with Peter Kafka, Sarah Ellison of the Washington Post and Jim Rutenberg of the New York Times talk about what the media got right in 2017 —and what it got wrong.
14 Days Ago What’s so funny about Silicon Valley? On this episode of Recode Decode, Dick Costolo joins host Kara Swisher for a wide-ranging discussion of comedy. After tracing his path from Second City to Silicon Valley — where he was once the CEO of Twitter — Costolo goes on to talk about contributing to the “Silicon Valley” TV show and how new comedians have routes to success that didn’t exist as little as 10 years ago.
15 Days Ago Plus, Zuckerberg’s squad goal: Fix Facebook; the battle for net neutrality has been rekindled; and it’s colder than Hoth out there. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich sold off the majority of his stock after the company was informed of two massive cybersecurity flaws in its chips.
16 Days Ago Plus, Spotify does IPO its own way, an unsparing inside look at Trump’s chaotic White House, and parking for gold. Security researchers have discovered a design flaw that affects virtually all computer processors on the market — putting billions of devices at risk of attack.
17 Days Ago It’s been quite a year. This week on Too Embarrassed to Ask, Recode's Kara Swisher and The Verge's Lauren Goode count down the 10 most important tech stories of 2017.
17 Days Ago Plus, Spotify faces a $1.6 billion lawsuit, Peter Thiel’s monster bet on bitcoin, the lucrative industry of Addiction Inc., and your first meme of 2018. In 2009, Iranian protestors relied on Twitter.
18 Days Ago Editor in Chief Dan Frommer joins Swisher and Recode Media host Peter Kafka for a discussion about tech and the media in 2017. On this episode of Recode Media with Peter Kafka, Recode's Kara Swisher returns to the podcast to talk about how the media and Silicon Valley have fared in the year-plus since Donald Trump won the U.S.
18 Days Ago Plus: Hollywood women join forces against sexual harassment, the sprawling industry of Big Addiction, and we’ve seen this vision of the future before. The sage venture capitalist Fred Wilson looks back at his predictions for 2017 — and what really happened — and ahead to what he foresees for 2018.
19 Days Ago Grindr’s new lifestyle magazine Into is “seeing the world through a queer lens.” On this episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, Kara and The Verge’s Casey Newton talk with Zach Stafford and Trish Bendix, the editor in chief and managing editor of Into — a queer lifestyle magazine published by the dating app Grindr.
20 Days Ago The two talked onstage with Kara about sexual harassment and Silicon Valley culture. On this special edition of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, Tony West and Eric Holder joined Kara onstage at the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign event in San Francisco to talk about the current spate of sexual harassment allegations and the subsequent fallout, plus the ongoing legal challenges that still exist for Uber.
22 Days Ago She began covering the Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984, so 2018 will be her 18th consecutive Games. On this episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher, longtime sports journalist Christine Brennan stops by the studio to talk about her upcoming Olympic coverage.
22 Days Ago Plus, Apple apologizes for its iPhone battery drama; an assortment of backward glances at 2017; and have we reached peak asshole? You’re reading the last Recode Daily of 2017 — big thanks to all of our subscribers.
23 Days Ago “Security is the core of what we do. The integrity of the data is the integrity of our company.” On this episode of Too Embarrassed to Ask, Recode’s Kara Swisher and The Verge’s Lauren Goode are joined by the CEO of Clear, Caryn Seidman Becker, to talk about Clear’s biometric identity product.