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Recode Daily

By Recode

Every weekday, host and senior reporter Teddy Schleifer and his Recode colleagues cover the most important Silicon Valley people, businesses, and stories that are influencing the rest of the world. Produced by Recode and part of the Vox Media Podcast Network.

  1. 1.
    Parler11/24/2020
    8:02
  2. 2.
    Are Substack newsletters the future of journalism?11/23/2020
    11:30
  3. 3.
    Amazon Rx11/20/2020
    9:12
  4. 4.
    How Biden’s staff picks could shape Tech policy11/19/2020
    11:33
  5. 5.
    The two new ways to tweet11/18/2020
    8:14
  6. 6.
    Should you sharent?11/17/2020
    10:33
  7. 7.
    The future of the FCC11/16/2020
    5:18
  8. 8.
    Political polarization is getting worse11/13/2020
    5:54
  1. 9.
    What happens to anti-Trump media now?11/12/2020
    8:43
  2. 10.
    Is social media ready for a vaccine?11/11/2020
    10:39
  3. 11.
    Biden and Silicon Valley11/10/2020
    9:52
  4. 12.
    California sets a higher bar for our online privacy11/09/2020
    8:01
  5. 13.
    Why California’s Prop 22 matters for gig workers11/06/2020
    8:39
  6. 14.
    Why conspiracy theories are a threat to democracy11/05/2020
    8:31
  7. 15.
    How Nextdoor became a political battleground11/04/2020
    6:37
  8. 16.
    Contraband cell phones in prison11/03/2020
    11:17
  9. 17.
    The mail-in election11/02/2020
    7:55
  10. 18.
    How Twitter has shaped the Trump campaign10/30/2020
    7:19
  11. 19.
    The eerie familiarity of the dot-com bubble of the 90s10/29/2020
    10:50
  12. 20.
    What we can learn from Quibi calling it quits10/28/2020
    8:09
  13. 21.
    Iran and the threatening “Proud Boys” emails10/27/2020
    7:22
  14. 22.
    AOC is among us on Twitch10/26/2020
    8:41
  15. 23.
    Silicon Valley’s secret super PAC10/23/2020
    11:41
  16. 24.
    Why Google’s Getting Sued10/22/2020
    10:21
  17. 25.
    A get-rich-quick scheme on Amazon10/21/2020
    10:10
  18. 26.
    The complicated reality of returning to offices 10/20/2020
    8:28
  19. 27.
    Facebook and Twitter vs. the New York Post10/19/2020
    9:29
  20. 28.
    Zuckerberg’s Other Political Battle10/16/2020
    11:05
  21. 29.
    Covid-19 Tests at the Airport10/15/2020
    8:18
  22. 30.
    Why digital voter suppression is so hard to stop10/14/2020
    10:49
  23. 31.
    Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna, co-inventor of CRISPR10/13/2020
    9:39
  24. 32.
    Amazon’s leaked union memo10/09/2020
    10:46
  25. 33.
    Does Big Tech want four more years of Trump?10/08/2020
    8:06
  26. 34.
    Facebook takes a stand against Trump’s Covid lies10/07/2020
    10:49
  27. 35.
    Google's antitrust troubles10/06/2020
    6:31
  28. 36.
    The Internet, From Space10/05/2020
    6:59
  29. 37.
    Covid-19's Long Haulers10/02/2020
    9:53
  30. 38.
    Why QAnon thrives on social media10/01/2020
    11:13
  31. 39.
    Why some Democrats dislike Reid Hoffman09/30/2020
    10:38
  32. 40.
    Why religious leaders are becoming content creators09/29/2020
    9:49
  33. 41.
    Why Section 230 is under attack09/28/2020
    7:45
  34. 42.
    Biden's Influencers09/25/2020
    5:58
  35. 43.
    Trump’s TikTok Trouble Continues09/24/2020
    6:19
  36. 44.
    Zuckerberg’s $100 million gift to Newark 10 years later09/23/2020
    9:59
  37. 45.
    How to start a startup09/22/2020
    8:30
  38. 46.
    Should you buy your grandma a robot?09/21/2020
    8:10
  39. 47.
    How you can stop the spread of misinformation09/18/2020
    7:30
  40. 48.
    Can Oracle save TikTok?09/17/2020
    9:20
  41. 49.
    What comes after Zoom Fatigue?09/16/2020
    7:04
  42. 50.
    Can Facebook stop election interference?09/15/2020
    8:31
  43. 51.
    Can Walmart+ Beat Amazon Prime?09/14/2020
    6:46
  44. 52.
    Call of Duty08/14/2020
    28:04
  45. 53.
    Apple's Lisa Jackson on racial justice08/12/2020
    26:54
  46. 54.
    The one sport that’s doing it right08/07/2020
    30:27
  47. 55.
    Why QAnon is here to stay07/31/2020
    24:31
  48. 56.
    Can the government ban TikTok?07/24/2020
    21:09
  49. 57.
    TikTok in prison07/17/2020
    28:14
  50. 58.
    Facebook's fact-check 'loophole'07/10/2020
    27:14
  51. 59.
    "Netflix is a team, not a family"07/03/2020
    41:31
  52. 60.
    Covid-19 "long-haulers" find a community online06/26/2020
    30:01
  53. 61.
    K-pop’s online activism for Black Lives Matter is complicated06/19/2020
    35:49
  54. 62.
    Reset is now weekly06/18/2020
    2:01
  55. 63.
    What it means to make music in 202006/16/2020
    34:07
  56. 64.
    Video games are the new concert venues06/14/2020
    23:42
  57. 65.
    Protesting during a pandemic06/11/2020
    20:20
  58. 66.
    The case for banning Trump on social media06/09/2020
    19:01
  59. 67.
    Tear gas, explained06/07/2020
    30:05
  60. 68.
    Facebook’s employee revolt06/04/2020
    25:34
  61. 69.
    How congress is trying to end child abuse online06/02/2020
    25:52
  62. 70.
    Trump vs. Twitter05/30/2020
    27:46
  63. 71.
    Inside baseball’s pitch to play again05/28/2020
    31:40
  64. 72.
    The speed of coronavirus science has consequences05/26/2020
    24:32
  65. 73.
    Why lo-fi is the perfect background music05/24/2020
    36:57
  66. 74.
    Until a vaccine arrives05/21/2020
    25:04
  67. 75.
    Netflix and quarantine05/19/2020
    24:48
  68. 76.
    Covid-19's emotional toll on healthcare workers05/17/2020
    25:41
  69. 77.
    Elon Musk fought the law and Elon won05/14/2020
    25:34
  70. 78.
    The future of work pt. 205/12/2020
    21:11
  71. 79.
    The future of work pt 105/10/2020
    25:10
  72. 80.
    Covid-19 puts other medical research on pause05/07/2020
    23:04
  73. 81.
    The preppers of Silicon Valley05/05/2020
    26:50
  74. 82.
    The small U.S. town that tested everyone05/03/2020
    20:26
  75. 83.
    Working in Space, from home04/30/2020
    22:36
  76. 84.
    The science of digital music and why analog isn’t actually better04/28/2020
    32:42
  77. 85.
    The teens tricking Instagram04/26/2020
    25:47
  78. 86.
    How coronavirus is impacting education04/23/2020
    28:40
  79. 87.
    The 5G coronavirus conspiracy theory04/21/2020
    34:48
  80. 88.
    The year 2038 problem04/19/2020
    33:07
  81. 89.
    Contact Tracing, Explained04/16/2020
    30:48
  82. 90.
    How indie bookstores might survive the pandemic04/14/2020
    27:20
  83. 91.
    The Internet Has a Crush on Dr. Fauci04/12/2020
    30:40
  84. 92.
    Will your favorite restaurant survive?04/09/2020
    22:21
  85. 93.
    Your phone knows if you're staying at home04/07/2020
    23:09
  86. 94.
    The two types of tests we need to end this04/05/2020
    29:21
  87. 95.
    The race to make more ventilators04/02/2020
    25:40
  88. 96.
    There’s no social distancing in Animal Crossing03/31/2020
    24:07
  89. 97.
    Airborne, Explained03/29/2020
    28:30
  90. 98.
    What this coronavirus does to your body03/26/2020
    24:06
  91. 99.
    Is Amazon primed for coronavirus?03/24/2020
    24:00
  92. 100.
    The biggest experiment in online learning, ever03/22/2020
    24:00
  93. 101.
    How quickly can we treat covid-19?03/19/2020
    27:21
  94. 102.
    When your phone links you to a crime03/17/2020
    26:59
  95. 103.
    Fitbit for the faithful 03/15/2020
    20:44
  96. 104.
    Is our tech made by forced labor in China?03/12/2020
    24:04
  97. 105.
    Does stopping coronavirus require more surveillance?03/10/2020
    21:29
  98. 106.
    How sample libraries are changing pop music03/08/2020
    25:26
  99. 107.
    The coronavirus rumor mill03/05/2020
    25:49
  100. 108.
    Political Ads are on streaming apps now too03/03/2020
    19:52
  101. 109.
    This is your brain on TikTok03/01/2020
    26:14
  102. 110.
    2020’s political meme wars02/27/2020
    20:06
  103. 111.
    What's next for CRISPR02/25/2020
    27:46
  104. 112.
    The Bachelor: here for the wrong reasons02/23/2020
    26:09
  105. 113.
    Bezos’ $10 billion climate change pledge02/20/2020
    22:13
  106. 114.
    Pornhub’s content moderation problem02/18/2020
    24:39
  107. 115.
    Why video game actors are fighting to be seen02/16/2020
    26:44
  108. 116.
    Share your location with ICE?02/13/2020
    23:59
  109. 117.
    The teens tricking Instagram02/11/2020
    22:45
  110. 118.
    The Iowa Caucus isn’t the only election with an app02/09/2020
    30:12
  111. 119.
    Charlie bit my finger, now pay me!02/06/2020
    22:44
  112. 120.
    An AI Warned About Coronavirus Before the CDC02/04/2020
    22:48
  113. 121.
    A better approach to medical records?02/02/2020
    20:20
  114. 122.
    Can gaming solve its predator problem?01/30/2020
    34:13
  115. 123.
    A startup, billions of images, and the end of anonymity01/28/2020
    25:49
  116. 124.
    Students are being watched. Closely.01/26/2020
    21:01
  117. 125.
    Kashmir’s internet has been shut down for 5 months01/23/2020
    22:33
  118. 126.
    The internet, from SpaceX01/21/2020
    28:32
  119. 127.
    The YouTubers are freaked01/19/2020
    19:40
  120. 128.
    Facebook's fake deepfake problem01/16/2020
    23:14
  121. 129.
    Mind the Gap01/14/2020
    23:31
  122. 130.
    The legal battle over who counts as an employee01/12/2020
    21:30
  123. 131.
    The other Iranian threat: cyberwarfare01/08/2020
    23:08
  124. 132.
    What California's new data privacy law means for all of us01/07/2020
    25:36
  125. 133.
    Start calling scientists - how to get a treatment for your toddler’s rare disease01/05/2020
    27:24
  126. 134.
    10 years of Elon Musk01/02/2020
    26:26
  127. 135.
    Can Artificial Intelligence teach you to write better?12/31/2019
    23:14
  128. 136.
    WeWork, China, and Silicon Valley activism: this year in tech12/29/2019
    31:38
  129. 137.
    Quantum Supremacy, WTF?12/26/2019
    19:41
  130. 138.
    Robot priests: the rise of A.I. in religion12/24/2019
    25:12
  131. 139.
    When Big Tech calls 91112/22/2019
    29:53
  132. 140.
    Maybe don't put a Ring on it?12/19/2019
    25:49
  133. 141.
    Genealogists love DNA and so do the police12/17/2019
    28:56
  134. 142.
    How can I watch you today?12/15/2019
    21:20
  135. 143.
    How safe is Uber?12/12/2019
    28:26
  136. 144.
    Did An Anti-Sex Trafficking Internet Law Put Even More People At Risk?12/10/2019
    22:53
  137. 145.
    Don't curl your lashes and talk about Uighurs on TikTok12/08/2019
    18:40
  138. 146.
    You Are Being Microtargeted 12/05/2019
    24:27
  139. 147.
    What the truck, Tesla?! 12/03/2019
    24:11
  140. 148.
    The tech behind ankle monitors12/01/2019
    25:53
  141. 149.
    Sharenting: how much should you share about your kids online?11/26/2019
    23:51
  142. 150.
    Amazon's Middlewomen11/24/2019
    21:53
  143. 151.
    Yes, a government can shut down the internet11/21/2019
    22:47
  144. 152.
    Why Google Has Your Health Records11/19/2019
    20:15
  145. 153.
    The Birds and the Bees ... and the bot11/17/2019
    25:22
  146. 154.
    The Airbnb Scam11/14/2019
    19:45
  147. 155.
    Thank you, Text11/12/2019
    25:46
  148. 156.
    Can tech save California from wildfires?11/10/2019
    20:54
  149. 157.
    The government has your face 11/07/2019
    22:20
  150. 158.
    Twitter gets rid of political ads11/05/2019
    24:43
  151. 159.
    If the shoe fits ... ban it?11/02/2019
    24:04
  152. 160.
    The Google walkout, one year later10/31/2019
    24:19
  153. 161.
    Quantum Supremacy, WTF?10/29/2019
    19:40
  154. 162.
    Inside Instagram's Nipple Ban10/27/2019
    25:53
  155. 163.
    Move Fast and Break Currency10/24/2019
    18:41
  156. 164.
    iSurrender10/22/2019
    21:07
  157. 165.
    Can AI Teach You To Write Better?10/20/2019
    22:41
  158. 166.
    Hey Google: scan my race10/17/2019
    18:36
  159. 167.
    Biohacking: Rules of Engagement10/15/2019
    30:56

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