Podcast: The Weekly Roundup – January 25, 2019

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The Weekly Roundup – January 25, 2019

Welcome to our tech and startup podcast show, The Weekly Roundup. This show is part of the Silicon Valley Startup Podcast, which is brought to you by Founders Floor, a coworking accelerator for startups here in Silicon Valley.

At the end of every week, we’ll bring you a roundup of the latest articles and trends from VCs, interest pieces from around the web, and the need-to-know tech and startup news from the past week.

In this episode on January 25, 2019, we cover the rise and fall of meal delivery startups, the allegations behind the Oracle lawsuit, the screen-sharing technology to watch, David Bowie’s future internet thinking and much more.

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US government v Silicon Valley: Oracle said to owe $400m to women and minorities

Twitter – David Bowie in 1999

The Technology 202: Big Tech went big on lobbying spending – and privacy advocates are concerned

EU’s antitrust cop lays groundwork for more tech scrutiny

Another Bay Area meal delivery service closes, laying off hundreds

Family Says Hacked Nest Cam Terrorized Them With Fake Ballistic Missile Alert

Squad is the new screensharing chat app everyone will copy

Boeing’s experimental autonomous aircraft completes its first test flight





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