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Now displaying: August, 2013
Aug 27, 2013

This week Dai Henwood joins Paul Spain to discuss 3D replicators, Ubi's any surface touchscreen, smartphones, Microsoft's future as CEO Steve Ballmer announces his departure, PlayStation 4 vs Xbox One, the TranscribeMe/Livescribe news.

Running time: 1:03:44

Aug 20, 2013

Topics include Hawaiki Cable, Vodafone UFB, Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2, Vodafone soft launches UFB plans, Skinny’s $16/month mobile plan, Ultimate Ears UE9000, UE Mobile Boombox, Logitech Z600, a cell signal booster for 2degrees customers.

Running time: 0:57:04

Aug 13, 2013

We discuss on demand video with Tim Martin (Coliseum Sports Media) and Seeby Woodhouse (Voyager Internet) then hear about the GCSB bill, Hyperloop, Martin Jetpack and an update on NZ’s Ultra-Fast Broadband and Rural Broadband Initiatives.

Running time: 0:56:52

Aug 6, 2013

This episode we discuss Moto X, New TomTom GPS, Vodafone 4G LTE Access Point, Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Panasonic DMC-FZ70 with 60x optical zoom, Google’s Chromecast and on demand video with Quickflix.

Running time: 0:49:43

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