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Sep 29, 2017

Highlights from Microsoft Ignite 2017 roundup with guests Chris Jackson (Microsoft), Richard Hay (Winsupersite) and Freddy Fuentes (O-I) joining host Paul Spain. Including keynote highlights, Microsoft 365, Quantum Computing and Cyber Security.

Sep 19, 2017

This week we dive into Paul Spain’s favourite Process Management platform. In this discussion with Process Street CEO and founder we get a chat , learning the insights, we to get teompatels from and how easy it easy.

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Sep 13, 2017

Apple’s iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple TV 4K, Apple Watch series 3, Tesla vs Hurricane Irma, Voyager update from Seeby Woodhouse, Europe vs US Tech companies, Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 2, Vodafone security woes.

Sep 5, 2017

CropLogic agritech, China vs Hyperloop with a 4000km/h train, 2degrees battles Spark for best big data plan, Kiwibank burns $90m on failed project, Vodafone exiting email hosting, Sky faces more drama, Ring Floodlight Cam, NZ Gaming exports hit $100m, introducing Process Street (and a discount)

Aug 29, 2017

Initial Samsung Note 8 hands on, LazyAs – the back story and what it is, 2degrees leads price drop, Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch, AI Drones vs sharks, Link AKC – GPS dog collar, Oppo R11 launches at NZ$769, Uber CEO change afoot.

Aug 23, 2017

Sky TV slumps, Snap founder Mark Petrie departs 2degrees, Xiaomi vs Samsung in India, Uber suspends service in Philippines, Android 8.0 is Android Oreo and it’s sort of here, Apple’s $1 Billion for original video content, LinkedIn adds video, Amber alerts

 

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Aug 15, 2017

This week – Data Futures Partnerships NZ, Commerce Commission warns Telcos, JB HiFi struggling in NZ, Artificial Intelligence vs Dota 2 players, NZ Post launches Shipmate service with Amazon Prime similarities, Facebook Watch, Goodnest update, Hoist app

 

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Aug 8, 2017

Topics discussed this week: HTC U11, IBM/Sony 330TB tape tech, Rocket Lab shares insights on failing to reach orbit, Will the All Blacks leave Sky, US arrests security expert Marcus Hutchins (aka MalwareTech) who stopped Wannacry, Remote working, Urgent Couriers

Thanks to Royce Pederson for being our guest this week, and thank you for listening in.

cheers,
Paul

 

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Aug 1, 2017

This week – Tesla Model 3, Apple/China vs VPN, free antivirus software available in New Zealand, Samsung Frame TV, goodbye iPod, Kiwis relaxed about open Wi-Fi usage, Logitech Spotlight Presenter and proposed NZ/AU battery standards changes cause concern

Aug 1, 2017

Paul Spain is joined at Gorilla Technology HQ by Hon Simon Bridges to hear perspectives on technology in transport and communications - autonomous cars, Multimode Transport and ubiquitous broadband are among topics discussed. 

Jul 25, 2017

This week – Genoapay, Broadpwn Wi-Fi risks on iOS and Android, GLAS Cortana thermostat, lvl5 advancing self-driving tech, Crown Infrastructure Partners, Microsoft vs Windows 10 users, fingerprints vs boarding passes, Alphabay, Vodafone giveaway

Jul 18, 2017

BMW puts meetings in the car, Google’s stunning AI imagery, Vodafone expands $5 roaming, unlimited 4G LTE data in NZ, Slingshot Power vs TrustPower vs Flick, US border patrol vs cloud data, Twitter user who posted Ryanair terror threat fined $386,000

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Jul 11, 2017

This week - World’s largest lithium-ion battery headed to South Australia, Russia vs US, Solar Car, Electric autonomous trucks, UFB 2 is picking up pace, NZ IoT networks, Bitcoin Exchange Hacked, audio tickets, Alibaba vs Amazon Echo, NZ Young Professionals Podcast

Jul 5, 2017

Vodafone NZ's Tony Baird joins Paul Spain to discuss 5G, the new Internet of Things network, Fibre X, fixed mobile broadband, UFB and recent performance issues recently resolved.

Jul 4, 2017

This week a $3.7 Billion fine for Google, the UK supermarket with autonomous delivery, Osnova's AI Maths Tutor, NotPetya, Tesla model 3 in NZ already, Flux Accelerator event, Pandora exits NZ, Elon Musk's first LA tunnel segment.

Jun 27, 2017

This week – Owl 360 degree conference cam, autonomous Nissan, Microsoft Surface Laptop / 2017 Surface Pro, Sky/Vodafone ditch merger, Google Flight Search, 4.5G mobile in NZ, Amazon and Whole Foods Market, Vodafone ups performance, Oracle vs NZ Tech

Jun 20, 2017

This week Paul welcomes Professor Jonathan Reichental from the city of Palo Alto, California who spoke at Auckland's CIO Summit. Your weekly dose of tech highlights, inspiration and disruption.

Jun 13, 2017

This week we discuss from E3 in Los Angeles, NZ’s Ultra-Fast Broadband rollout progress, highlights Magpie GPS tracker, ETurbo kids smartwatch from Elanation, Kin2Kin startup shares monetisation plans, Fuji Xero NZ financial dramas.

Jun 6, 2017

This week: Intel Compute Card, News from Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference highlights incl new Macs, Apple HomePod, iPad Pro comes of age. SpaceX recycling rockets and capsules, 25% of Australians support a cashless society, Dubai’s Robot Cops

Jun 2, 2017

Paul Spain joins Glenn Gore following his keynote at Amazon's AWS Summit 2017 in Auckland. An Australian based in London, Glenn shares his own story and discusses what he's learnt working with organisations whose innovations leverage cloud technologies.

May 30, 2017

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

May 30, 2017

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.

May 23, 2017

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.

May 19, 2017

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.

May 17, 2017

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.

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