Richard Hay (Winsupersite.com) joined the discussion on highlights of Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta – including from CEO Satya Nadella. Microsoft OneNote updates, democratisation of Artificial Intelligence, Field-Programmable Gate Arrays and more.
We try out Apple’s iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Watch series 2. Also – Twitter blasts past 140 characters, GoPro Karma Drone, check your credit rating, Tasman Global Access update, Oracle Cloud, Ignite, Peter Jackson, Infocus MondoPad, Rocket Lab is go.
NZ Tech Podcast 301: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 dramas get worse, Apple announces iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and Watch series 2. Also Chorus Gigabit broadband, Stuff fibre arrives, Spark and SMX team up, Bot action from Facebook and Xero, Tesla and Apple car chat.
NZ Tech Podcast 300: Samsung Galaxy Note 7 woes, Skinny Mobile goes direct, Spark mobile plan refresh, Norton Online Harassment Report, iBeacons in NZ, Lenovo Yoga Book pen/paper/laptop, Wacom Bamboo Slate/Folio, iPhone 7 launch, GST to push up International subscriptions..
NZ Tech Podcast 299: Kids to skip school and study online, iPhone escapes 0-day flaw panic, WhatsApp shares your number with Facebook, Chorus CEO stepping down and contractor bows out, Stratford Council get mean about sharing data, SpaceX Moustronauts, Tesla and more.
NZ Tech Podcast 298: Kevin Mitnick shows how to hack JB Hi-Fi online store, HP x3 and Lapdock, Uber going autonomous in September, Gigabit Ultra-Fast Broadband heading to more NZ homes, Intel Developer Forum, NZ Cert update.
NZ Tech Podcast 297: Google Duo, smart tattoos, Kevin Mitnick Google Duo taking on Apple Facetime, MIT’s smart tattoos, Kevin Mitnick and Steve Wozniak hit NZ, Samsung Note 7 Iris authentication, Ed Hyde stepping up as Spark Ventures CEO, electric car tech and Blendle.comvs Steve Wozniak
NZ’s first 3D printed jaw, Fairfax launching Stuff Fibre, update on Vocus Internet services, Google vs passwords, Apple drops $200m on Artificial Intelligence startup, Amazon gets it’s first plane, $60m Bitcoin hack, and where are our new Macs?
NZ's first Samsung Note 7 hands on preview, Xbox One S, Brick Laying robot, Xiaomi’s MacBook Air clone, Uber China sold to Chinese competitor Didi Chuxing, iPhone 7 leaks, autonomous shuttle bus, Module's Equity Crowdfunding campaign and Decibel speaker.
This week features – Elon Musk’s Masterplan 2 and Tesla Autonomous Trucks, Cyber sabotage apparently used by Fortune 500 companies, Air NZ allowing inflight Bluetooth, acquisitions galore - Marker Metro, ARM/SoftBank, Yahoo/Verizon.
An autonomous bus takes to public roads, Pushpay goes after utilities bills, Microsoft’s new 2TB UltraHD Xbox One S almost here, Semble pulling plug on mobile wallet, Uber update, Microsoft wins fight with YS Govt over cloud data, all about Homes.co.nz.
This episode comes from Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference and features an interview with Paul Thurrott (Microsoft Commentator) along with coverage of highlights from the event.
This week we look at Philips refreshed Hue smart home lighting, Norton’s Wi-Fi security, brain scanning tech that checks what you know, 3D printed car panels and the first autonomous driving death and news from BMW and Baidu.
On the agenda - Boston Dynamics SpotMini, Visa’s video of the future, setup a meeting at Starbucks from inside Outlook, US Customs goes after social media account, Xiaomi builds s smart bike, Smart use of data for health, and India’s $6 smartphone.
We hear from Jim about his tech cartoons, Pauls power cut experience, driverless car races, BMW + Rolls-Royce future car tech and a robot on a motorbike. Plus Meizu 3 Note hands on, Netflix vs Lightbox, Uber autonomous, Bigpipes new feature + more.
Microsoft buys LinkedIn for $37 Billion, we try the HP EliteBook Folio G1 and discuss HP x3 and chat through some news from E3. Also lots of news from Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco across iOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS.
This special episode features Myriam Joire (TnkGrl) sharing her impressions from Computex in Taipei. This is followed by a chat with Netgear’s Tris Simmons who shares thoughts on what’s happening in the world of fixed and wirless networking.
At Computex Asus grab attention with Zenbo home robot and Transformer 3 Surface Pro clone. MSI and HP hype backpack computers for Virtual Reality. Also Robots take 60,000 Jobs, Micro bee Drones, prosthetic limbs to sense touch and more Cyber Security news.
Highlights from Google IO incl the marriage of Chrome OS and Android, Allo, Duo, Wear 2 and Google Home. Also, Joseph Parker’s fight streamed via Facebook Video, Run the Empire game, an Alcohol monitoring wearable, NZ Hi-Tech Awards, Lumia 650, Huawei P9.
YouTube pranksters get jailed, Apple’s $1B Chinese ride sharing investment, Oracle vs Google, Govt’s $15m tech startup investment, Mamaroo baby tech, European Union could take Google for €3B, Hyperloop trial, driverless car congestion.
This week we discuss Figure.NZ, StretchSenses power by walking, Cyber Security Summit, SpaceX and Blue Origin rocket landings, design space suits, VoLTE, Spark Arena, Netflix gets into Reality TVand first hands on with Huawei P9.