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Alex Kantrowitz
Big Technology Podcast
Big Technology Podcast takes you behind the scenes in the tech world featuring interviews with plugged-in insiders and outside agitators. It's hosted by Alex Kantrowitz, a Silicon Valley journalist who's interviewed the world's top tech CEOs from Larry Ellison to Mark Zuckerberg.
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4.6 stars from 101 ratings
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I just found Big Technology Podcast and binged through the archive. Fun, informative interviews about tech and the world we live in. Empowering and fresh perspectives. Highly recommend it!!
Linda in Oakland via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/07/21
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Seems like Alex is being paid by big tech to promote their agenda. No pushbacks when he brings “expert” paid by big tech. Part of the Nick Clegg network
Assafn via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 11/03/21
Came for the Theranos episode and stayed for the nuanced discussions and accessible approach. Appreciate the hosts research and giving guests long stretches of time to give their POV.
CCNYC1201 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/28/21
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