NZ’s digital future and the place of government, British Airways tech outage, possible laptop ban on all US flights, Computex and super thin laptops from Asus, Microsoft promotes a Surface Pro competitor and Sony offers an E-Ink based note taking tablet
Bonus episode - Paul Spain chats with Eugene Kaspersky, founder/CEO at Russian Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab. Featured on Forbe’s Billionaires list, Eugene shares his background with viruses starting in 1989 and opinions on the state of Cyber Security.
Google I/O highlights – Google Lens, VR headsets, new Google Assistant tech including proactive alerts and a robotic cocktail maker, Android Go and more. Plus Milo’s kids activity tracker, NZ’s internet appetite, Workday’s NZ call centre.
Highlights from Microsoft Build as Myriam Joire (tnkgrl) talks with Paul Spain. Windows Mixed Reality headsets, full Windows apps running on new ARM based computers, Cloud powered clipboard, Windows Timeline, Fluent Design, iTunes in the Windows Store.
We discuss NZ’s new emergency call location service, highlights of Techweek 2017, Xero’s rise to being cashflow positive, Pushpay the big winner at NZ HiTech Awards, Wanna Cry (wcrypt) ransomware and Peter Beck’s Rocket Lab set to launch.
Insights on Snowball Effect with CEO Simeon Burnett, Sky vs Fan Pass fans, Microsoft announces Surface Laptop with Windows 10 S, Space X impressive future Internet satellites, Techweek 17, a Space Plane from Boeing touches down after 2-years in orbit.
On this episode - Elon Musk dreams up cars able to travel 200km/h on underground electric skates, NZ Tech/Transport startup TNX, personal vertical take-off and landing aircraft, your data vs big brother, 500 new Waymo autonomous minivans, bounty for rouge drone pilots, Sony vs Digital SLR cameras.