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Engadget Podcast: HBO to the Max – An Unforgettable Experience of Media and Entertainment

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This week, Cherlynn and Devindra are discussing the news about Warner Bros. shifting away from HBO Max and investing in something that includes both HBO’s and Discovery’s content. They’re wondering if this new thing will help or hurt the HBO brand, plus whether its name matters when people always get hyped up for Game of Thrones spin-offs. Lastly, they’ll talk about NVIDIA RTX 4070 which is an awesome mid-range GPU, as well as what happened during Elon Musk’s time on Twitter.

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Digital Developments

– This week, HBO Max changed to just “Max” – 1:34

– NVIDIA’s RTX 4070 is great for gaming, but it’s still expensive at $499 – 21:15

– Public broadcasters NPR and PBS recently stopped using Twitter because the company labeled their accounts wrong – 23:03

– Meta employees feel really bad after the organization laid off a lot of people – 27:57

– A new character with a synth wave look has arrived on the scene – 30:40

– Artificial intelligence programs are now taking over jobs that were originally done by hand in China – 32:34

– What we’re working on – 35:48

– What’s cool now: 37:44

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Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar hosted the show, Ben Ellman was the producer, and Dale North and Terrence O’Brien created the music. Julio Barrientos and Luke Brooks did graphics for the livestream.

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