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Ellen Pao and Apple Watches: Listen again to last week’s PandoLive


PandoLive_MG_3935_webOn last week’s PandoLive, Sarah and I were joined by Dan Raile, fresh from the Ellen Pao courtroom, and Nathaniel Mott who shared his thoughts on the new Apple Watch. We also learned, live on air, that Gigaom was closing down.

The show was also the very last one from the Rackspace studio which, you’ll surely agree, makes it a collectors’ item.

Join us tonight, live, for a brand new show from a brand new studio. And, in the meantime, listen again to last week’s show below…



Father watches birth of baby boy 4,000 km away with Samsung Gear VR




An Australian father has watched the birth of his child using virtual reality technology from 4,000 kilometres away.

Jason Larke is a fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) electrical contractor in remote Queensland, which sees him work away from home in four-week blocks. He was expecting to miss the birth of his third child with wife Alison on Feb. 20, until Samsung asked him to be part of an experiment.

“After we found out I was five weeks pregnant with our third child, we watched our baby grow, found out he was a boy and dreamed about what the future may hold,” Alison said. “Then at 30 weeks pregnant, Jace’s contract roster was confirmed and it was more than likely he would miss the birth of our baby, pending a miracle.” Read more…

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