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Fresh out of the studio, +Sameer Singh and our host discussed the shifting alliances into rivalries with reference to Google vs Uber in on-demand transportation and Niantic vs Nintendo in mobile gaming.
Sameer Singh discussed the technology companies' alliances that has turned into rivalries with Uber vs Google in transportation and Niantic vs Nintendo in gaming.
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This principle is remarkably universal among different cultures no matter how much nuances we remind each other that we are different people living in different parts of the world.
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"When a company’s vision and business strategy is easy to communicate and difficult to execute, it sets up an intangible type of barrier to entry for the business against their competitors."
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Fresh out of the studio, Chris Yeh from Wasabi Ventures joined us to discuss the book "The Alliance" which he co-authored with Reid Hoffman & Ben Casnocha & the concept of technology enabled #Blitzscaling.
Chris Yeh from Wasabi Ventures joined us for a conversation on the future of employee & employer management and technology enabled blitzscaling.
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Fresh out of the studio, Eva Xiao from Technode discussed Xiaomi from the management team, history of how they rise to an unicorn in China & their products.
Eva Xiao from Technode discussed Xiaomi from the management team, history of how they rise to an unicorn in China & their products.
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My conversation with +Serkan Toto on +Pokémon GO and its impact to #Nintendo 
Serkan Toto from Kantan Games JP discussed the recent Pokemon Go phenomenon by Niantic Labs and its impact to Nintendo.
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Always a honor to interview +Harish Pillay for his perspectives on open source software movement in Singapore and the rest of Asia via +Analyse Asia #podcast
 
Thanks, +Bernard Leong​ for posting this. The world of open source is dramatically changing many industries and those who don't appreciate that coding is a critical skill, regardless of age, is missing out on participating in the changing economy.
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Episode 122: Red Hat & Open Source In Asia With Harish Pillay by analyseasia
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Fresh out of the studio, Sameer Singh joined us to discuss the recent Apple iPhone 7 announcements, its implications to home & car, and whether the smartphone market is undergoing structural changes across Asia.

Sameer Singh and I discussed the recent Apple iPhone 7 event on 7 Sep 2016 and whether the smartphone markets is undergoing structural changes across Asia.
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My conversation with +Newley Purnell from The Wall Street Journal on the India technology ecosystem and the challenges for India unicorns in late stage funding and onslaught from US tech companies. 
Newley Purnell from Wall Street Journal discussed how the India startup unicorns are battling the US tech companies from ecommerce to transportation.
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Fresh out of the studio, Michael Smith from Seedplus joined us to discuss their new fund, the investment thesis and how they help startups to scale across Southeast Asia.

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Fresh out of the studio, Eva Xiao from Technode discussed the future of Xiaomi with its current challenges of international expansion, investments & loss of smartphone market share, and their turbulent future ahead. 
Eva Xiao from Technode discussed the future of Xiaomi with its current challenges of international expansion, investments & loss of smartphone market share.
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Fresh out of the studio, Josh Horwitz from Quartz joined us to discuss the Uber & #Didi deal and its impact to the anti-Uber alliance with Grab & Olacabs
Josh Horwitz from Quartz joined us to discuss the Uber and Didi deal in China and analysed the fallout that will impact the anti-Uber alliance.
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A Pragmatic Idealist on Technology, Media & Entrepreneurship. Angel Investor & Fine Dining Critic
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A pragmatic idealist on technology, media and entrepreneurship. Angel Investor & Fine Dining Critic. You can read my personal blog: http://www.bernardleong.com
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Episode 42: Lazada vs MatahariMall in Indonesia with Rama Mamuaya - Anal...
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Episode 41: The 500 Mobile Collective with Edith Yeung of 500 Startups -...
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Episode 39: Alibaba's World with Porter Erisman - Analyse Asia with Bern...
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Episode 38: Messaging Apps, Games & Platforms with Jan Dawson - Anal...
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