Despite SpaceX blowing up their rockets, RTE blowing up DAB and Google blowing up VR, it’s actually all very positive. We tell you why. Plus Niall chats with Science Foundation Ireland about fast science and plans for 2025.
Bitcoin v Wall Street and Facebook v Australia making the news on Earth this week. Perserverance Rover is making the news on Mars. We have it all on this weeks podcast! Plus a fascinating chat about using augmented reality to build hyper-scale data centres.
Niall gives us the hands on experience with Samsungs latest S21. Is it enough to convince him to ditch his iPhone and crossover to the dark side?
We also give you the latest news on TikTok v Trump, Facebook virus and Google launching its News Showcase app.
We introduce you to the new CEO of Amazon taking over from Jeff Bezos who shocked the industry with his resignation this week.
Apple announce some truly job dropping figures while GameStop fans ‘give it to the man’ and squeeze billions out of Wall Street corporates.
We also find out how Galway hurling has inspired a new app to personalise training between coach and players closer during Covid. Rory McGauran from Actimet.com tells all.
Sally Field, an expert in staying safe online, chats about the changing nature of online communities and her forthcoming appearance at this Monday’s BeyondIoT.ie conference.
Dusty takes on Whatsapp and Niall and good/bad news about PS5 in Ireland.
Bumper show this week. We give you the best new tech from CES, including full details on Samsungs new S21, and where you can get ¢200 off the new phone plus free Galaxy Buds. We also keep you up-to-speed on the controversial update to Whatsapp and the latest on Cyberpunk 2077. Enjoy!
Last year Covid changed ‘everything’. So we look to a bright future in 2021 and how those changes, from WFH to Mars and even the decluttering of San Francisco, will effect Irish tech.
Just before Covid broke last March, we recorded a show about luxury gadgets we would buy if money was no object and even luxury gadgets we were waiting to be invented?!
However, considering lockdown and the crisis facing the country we held back on this as we felt it was a little inappropriate at the time.
However, now we are on the cusp of a brand new year, and hopefully a brand new start, we are publishing it today for your enjoyment and merriment!
Happy New 2021!