85: A fight for cell phone pricing and flying with AI
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In this week's episode we chat about first party vs. third party apps, a landmark case in consumer protection against cell phone carriers, and how WestJet and Air Canada plan to use AI to make things smoother. Speed round: -Instagram kinda sucks now -More Canadians will have streaming services than cable by 2020 -Snap Inc made more Spectacles -Huawei is making their own operating system -Amazon Prime isn't going up in Canada -Google Assistant is the most accurate of all digital assistants -Google job searches and alerts work in Canada now -Google might be releasing a default podcast appLinks:Customer takes Bell to court and wins, as judge agrees telecom giant can't promise a price, then change it | CBC NewsAir Canada, WestJet betting on benefits of artificial intelligence | CBC NewsI’m Sorry To Report Instagram Is Bad Now | Buzzfeed'The writing's on the wall': Streaming services like Netflix set to overtake cable TV | CBC NewsSnap’s second-generation Spectacles are more grown up — and more expensive | The…