876: Right to Repair

We look at moves in the USA and the EU to strengthen your ‘right to repair’ tech gadgets you own and extend their lifespan if you wish.

We also chat about the new EU Digital COVID Cert and travel, plus why open source freeware Audacity has been scandal of the week online.

876: Right to Repair

 
 
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871: Good Covid

We look at some of the positive effects of the pandemic on our day-to-day tech lives including new developments from the EU who are launching an official app you can use as a driving license or public services card.

We also chat with Alistair McKinstry, a climate scientist at the Irish Centre for High End Computing. He has been working on climate models to find out what kind of world we will be living in, if we pick up some lessons about sustainability, or go back to our old ways.

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867: Epic Apple Battle

We explain why Apple could lose billions in their battle with Epic Games and get all the pros and cons on working from home as Niall and Dusty disagree on new working policies with tech giants.

We also reveal a flight thats even hotter than a Ryanair jet to Spain and we discover Confirms new state-of-the-art test bed at UL with their director Conor McCarthy.

867: Epic Apple Battle

 
 
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