The latest from Network for Learning on their work student internet trials – plus Intel under the spotlight, Ebay Plus free shipping offer, is Apple playing fair, a new burger robot, Samsung’s new Flip smart whiteboard TV, Rocket Lab launch update
Are Autonomous Air Taxis coming to Auckland thanks to Air New Zealand or Uber? Ohmio $20M deal, Fitbit Versa and Aria 2 scales, N4L and Chorus Wi-Fi trial, EU vs Kaspersky, FIFA streaming in Australia, TVNZ Hei Hei, Huawei mimics iPhones 10 for $500.
Motorola is getting serious about NZ market again, Australia’s latest NBN woes, the very cool Kitty Hawk Flyer, Google’s Wi-Fi project with Railways in India, CIO Summit, Motorola’s Z2 Play plus 10x zoom camera and Jason Paris to be new Vodafone NZ CEO.
Vodafone/Vocus fibre unbundling, Uber loves Waymo, Amazon.com blocking, Intel low power screens, Google Neighbourly, Kogan Mobile NZ, Enable completes Christchurch UFB, Apple’s big news from WWDC across iOS, Apple Watch, Apple TV, MacOS.
Inside Lightbox with Hema Patel, Apple’s Autonomous Car Play, Uber that killed said to have emergency braking disabled, SwipedOn to US, Microsoft talking AI, Rocket Lab launch update, GDPR + celebrating NZ Hi-Tech Awards: Invenco, Claudia Batten, Dexibit
Lightbox refresh, Air NZ Wi-Fi price cut, Credit Card challenges, NEP Group vs Sky, Amazon’s All Blacks doco, Tencent buys 80% of NZ’s Grinding Gears, Hands on with Nokia 6.1 and 7 Plus Android One handsets, Meet Fixr
Air New Zealand Wi-Fi now available, JBL 5.1 Soundbars, Digital Surveillance vs privacy, Google I/O highlights incl Duplex, Gmail Smart Compose, Android P, Waymo autonomous cars to the moon and back.
Samsung QLED TVs, robot vacs and washing machines, Reobot helps you learn Maori, 3M standing desks, Privacy Week, Codemania, Hawaiki completes deep sea fibre cable, Fitbit Ace & Versa, facial recognition vs privacy, Facebook dating, Microsoft Build.
Analysts Hugh Ujhazy (IDC) and Benoit Felten (Diffraction Analysis) join Paul Spain to share their global perspectives on 5G Mobile networks. Both guests come courtesy of Chorus who are lobbying to play a key role in New Zealand’s 5G future.
Spark NZ to play its part in the future of sports broadcasting, ASB to trial biometrics for opening bank accounts, ZTE ban, Vocus NZ no longer for sale, AI face detection, technology in architecture, Nect phase of Goole messaging on Android with Chat.
A special NZ Tech Podcast episode with Paul Spain (Gorilla Technology) and Rohan MacMahon (Woolemi Consulting) talking through a range of topics around New Zealand technology, innovation, disruption and more.
Huawei P20 Pro hands on, Vodafone IPO off for now, 111 caller location for iPhone, Nyriad, tech can hear the word you say in your head, wireless broadband plans double, Virgin makes maiden rocket-powered flight, Omhio autonomous buses and shuttles
Rocket Lab is the global leader in smaller rockets – bringing the cost of launching a rocket into space from over US$100 million to under US$5 million. Paul Spain chats with founder and CEO Peter Beck about the move into full commercial launch this month.
Upcoming high-speed satellite gets closer as US approves providers, Huawai P20 Pro offers 4 cameras in a phone, Vocus sale and Trustpower, Lightwire insights, what is 22.214.171.124 DNS? Autonomous car news from Apple, Waymo, Tesla and Uber.
NBA 99c sport streaming, Sky TV vs The Future, USA vs China/Huawei, Baidu Autonomous Car testing whilst Uber is blocked, Chorus direct broadcast, Spark IoT goes live, Facebook / Cambridge Analytica, nib’s Frankie virtual health insurance consultant
Future cities, Cora from Kitty Hawk/Zephyr Airworks takes off in NZ funded by Google’s Larry Page, Syndex Exchange for proportional ownerships, Apple Parental controls, Nest taking on Amazon. Plus the reality of an autonomous Uber killing a pedestrian.
MYOB’s Women in the Tech report, the future of robots in food and the burger-flipping robot, Death to 2G, spooky tech that’s always watching or listening, Samsung Galaxy S9, Elon Musk’s "urban loop" transport system, 3SixT mobile accessories.
Sky vs Spark/Netflix, Arizona and California self-driving car wars, Toyota’s $2.8B self-driving car investment, Australia vs ISP marketing, Advertising Standards Authority and Influencers, Invsta, Rod Drury stepping down as Xero CEO, ASB tech update
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ hands on and mobile photography plus news from Mobile World Congress. Also Unisys Digi-Pet and E-Govt report, Lightbox upgrade, the future of NZ shopping, Japanese Robo-bees and we hear from Plexure’s CEO.
A special episode where we dive into Blockchain and Crypto Currencies – with loads of insights, opinions and also some tips of how to get a little hands on and some direction on currencies to consider other than Bitcoin.
AI Airport officer Vai, Android P (Android 9) update, Samsung talks innovations, Apple HomePod arrives, Electric cab company to shut, 2degrees ending 2G/GPRS, DAB Digital Audio Broadcasting, Drone carries passenger, Intel’s laser projection Smartglasses
Oppo vs iPhone, Amazon Alexa lands in NZ, Tesla's missing self-driving test results, BizDojo sold, no cellphone radiation risk, Tesla solar/batteries hit mass market retail, free iPhone 7 repairs, Could China lead in Electric and Autonomous Car tech?
U.S. License Plate tracking, $530 Million Cryptocurrency stolen, SpaceX preps Falcon Heavy rocket, Unlimited 1Gbps Internet <$100, HaptX haptic feedback glove, Galaxy S9, Rules change for Spotify, Strava reveals military bases, Goodbye TrueNet and Pebb
Drone saves swimmers, what could be next? Rocket Lab reaches orbit on second attempt, Amazon's checkout-free store opens to public, Airbnb cuts losing in San Francisco, Hawaiki cable update, Magpie cancels Kickstarter offer.
Hawaiki Cable laying shipping hitting Auckland, Air NZ Wi-Fi test results via TravelTalk NZ, iTunes card scams, Spectre & Meltdown, Kodak cryptocurrecy partnerships, Smart Shoes, Hotel Robots, Table Tennis Robot and Voice Assistants everywhere.