WHERE TO WATCH
May 2, 2018
Chris Slowe, CTO of Reddit, explains the process of redesigning the site, commonly known as the "front page of the internet". The redesign took a year and a half to complete, and is being rolled out over the coming months.
Following Trump's Orders, Google Bans Huawei’s Access to Android
May 22, 2019
IBM Uses A.I. to Connect the Weather to Business
IBM is expanding its use of A.I. to solve global and business issues in tandem with nature. The company made the announcement at the Collision Conference in Toronto, Canada. Cheddar's Michelle Castillo sat down with Bob Lord, SVP of Cognitive Applications at IBM to get more info on the news.
May 23, 2019
North is Reinventing the Way You Think About Smart Glasses
After the failure of Google Glass, many questioned whether smart glasses would ever catch on. The team at North surely thinks they will. They recently launched new smart glasses called Focals, which use a holographic display to show texts, news, and give you step-by-step navigation. Stephen Lake, Co-Founder and CEO of North, spoke with Cheddar at the Collision Conference in Toronto about what makes the company's new gadget special.
May 22, 2019
Darren Rovell Discusses How Legal Sports Betting is Changing the Game
Sports betting is quickly becoming big business across the U.S. after the Supreme Court overturned a law in 2018 that banned single-game wagering. A handful of states have since legalized the industry, and that number keeps on growing. Cheddar's Michelle Castillo spoke with Darren Rovell, Senior Executive Producer at The Action Network, at the Collision Conference in Toronto about what attracted him to the sports betting industry.