Todd Bishop

Tech News
2:49 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

An Update On The Microsoft Job Cuts And What It Means For The Region

Ross Reynolds talks to Todd Bishop, founder of Geekwire, about the announcement that Microsoft will be cutting 18,000 jobs over the next year, including 1,351 in the Seattle region.

Tech News
3:48 pm
Mon March 10, 2014

New Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Ushers In Changes

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Steve Scher and Todd Bishop discuss the changes Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella is implementing.

Tech News
3:26 pm
Mon January 27, 2014

Seattle Tops Denver In 'Startup Bowl'

Seattle area's technology community is much stronger than Colorado, Geekwire's Todd Bishop says.
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Steve Scher compares the strength of the technology communities in Colorado and Seattle with Todd Bishop of Geekwire.

Apple Release
1:50 pm
Wed September 11, 2013

Does Another New IPhone Live Up To The Hype?

Apple's Phil Schiller unveils the new iPhone 5S yesterday with new Touch ID technology.
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Two new iPhones are hitting the market later in September. The upscale iPhone 5S, and the cheaper iPhone 5C . But will the iPhone 5c be cheap enough?

There used to be a time when a new iPhone meant a jump in Apple’s stock. This time, not so much. Apple's stock fell 5 percent due to concerns that the new  iPhone 5C is not cheap enough to compete with Google's Android phones, which currently lead the pack. Joining us to talk tech is Todd Bishop co-founder of the independent technology news site and online community Geekwire.

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Canada, Culture, Commerce
10:00 am
Wed August 14, 2013

News From Canada, Robert Horton On Film, And Tech News

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Les Layne from the Victoria Time Colonist brings us the latest news from Canada. Film critic Robert Horton joins us with a look at the movies. Then, Todd Bishop brings us the latest business and technology news.  

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Canada, Culture, Commerce
10:00 am
Wed July 3, 2013

How To Catch A Foul Ball, And Animated Film

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Canada, Culture And Commerce: Vaughn Palmer, Robert Horton, Todd Bishop
Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada. "Despicable Me" opens in theaters June 3 ahead of the Independence Day holiday. Film critic Robert Horton talks about what makes a good animated film. Then, Todd Bishop reviews the latest tech news including an app that can help you catch a foul ball at a Mariner’s game.

Canada, Culture And Commerce
10:00 am
Wed June 12, 2013

Summer Movies, Console Wars And News From Canada

Another battle of supremacy is brewing between the new gaming systems from Microsoft and PlayStation, both set for release later this year.
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Canada
Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada.

Culture 
There are certain expectations for movies that come out in the summer months. Film critic Robert Horton unpacks the summer blockbuster and the new movies coming out that might break the mold.

Commerce
Apple has a launched its own radio platform, challenging Pandora and Rhapsody. Todd Bishop of Geekwire explains the competitive tech market, including the release of PS4 and Xbox One.

Movies and Gaming
10:00 am
Wed May 22, 2013

The Canadian Justice System, A Review Of "Star Trek" And The New Xbox

The Xbox S, pictured, is being replaced by a more integrative model by Microsoft.
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Canada, Culture And Commerce
Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer explains why Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Chief of staff has resigned and what happens now.  Film critic Robert Horton reviews the new "Star Trek" movie. Then in tech news, Todd Bishop reviews the next Xbox which Microsoft released Tuesday.    

News & Analysis
10:00 am
Wed May 1, 2013

Canada, Culture And Commerce

Canadian flag.
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BC’s Premier Candidates Meet In First Debate
The four candidates who want to be British Columbia’s next premier met for their first TV debate on Monday night. Jobs and the economy topped the agenda. Analysts say the embattled Liberal Party premier didn’t get the knock out she needed to hold on to her job. Vaughn Palmer of the Vancouver Sun joins us to discuss the election.

When Words Don’t Matter: The Non-Verbal In Movies
The classic science fiction film from Stanley Kubrick, "2001: A Space Odyssey," told much of its story through image, gesture and sound. The spoken word was often secondary to the plot. According to film critic Robert Horton, a new film, "Renoir," relies on images to convey mood and feeling to moderate success.

Grocery Delivery Services Benefit The Environment
A new University of Washington study suggests that deliveries by trucks are actually better for the environment than each of us driving to the store in our own cars. That might be good news for Amazon Fresh. The company has been testing this grocery delivery service in Seattle since 2007. There are indications Amazon is planning to expand Fresh to other markets. Todd Bishop explores how Amazon Fresh and other grocery delivery services are faring.

Technology
10:00 am
Wed November 21, 2012

Canada, Culture And Commerce: Tablets, E-Readers And Remaking "Red Dawn"

Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer at KUOW.
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Vancouver Sun political correspondent Vaughn Palmer brings us the latest news from Canada. Film critic Robert Horton surveys the new crop of Thanksgiving movie releases (including a remake of 1984's "Red Dawn"). Geekwire’s Todd Bishop reviews e-readers and tablets with the holiday shopping season in mind.