In the week when the UCD Centre for Space Research launched C-Space, with a mission to get Ireland’s first satellite into orbit, we chat with Tom Ray about ARIEL, a space telescope built to study the atmospheres of distant exo-planets.
We also report on the demise of the phablet, Microsoft running on Apples M1 and why you should hold off on buying games.
While WFM is great, we’re delighted to hear one Irish company is finding worldwide success bringing something to remote working we have greatly missed. We find out more from Jonathan Hyland, CTO of WorkHuman.com We also share Apples most expensive headphones yet and how Zoom has turned to boom for one profession in particular.
Discover Irelands most viewed video clips, why there will be no Samsung Note next year and the Galway company Alison who lead the field in global online learning with thousands of free courses.
This is our annual Tech Toy Show. May cause desire for tech! We cover all kinds of great gear to gift from €20 to €2,000. Go Santa.
It feels like a trilogy! This weeks concluding episode gets us hands on with Apples new M1 but how fast it is? Spoiler alert, it’s fast .. but it does come with warnings. All the details on that plus learn how you can explain tech concepts to people around you who don’t get it. Your teacher is Daphne Cheung from Disney who’s speaking at next Tuesdays Analytics Institute Summit. [24 Nov]
The low down on Apple’s new super-fast processor and it’s dark side! Plus Niall delivers his verdict after playing X-Box Series X and we find out how AI could affect major surgery.
Why Apple’s surprise “One More Thing” event next week excites and terrifies us and why you should be wary. Also, a big change is coming to your Whatsapp and some key tech wins in the American election.
We also have a fascinating chat with Fiona Daly, CEO of DSS who have become the first hardware reseller to achieve Certified Women’s Business Enterprise from WEConnect International.
Niall has been spending quality time with Microsofts top-end laptop. How does it spec up and compare with the worlds ‘other’ big pro laptop?
We also bring you news of unlocked smartphones and some great sci-fi to watch on tv.
As we go back into lockdown, we have a really interesting insight into the world of remote working for our public service, including what works and what surprisingly doesn’t. Microsoft’s Public Sector Director Frank O’Donnell, who is in the thick of it, tells all.
We also news of ad blockers turned malware, Windows 10 on Chromebooks and the brand new €75,000 tv we’ve been waiting for.
We check out the new iPhone 12 in detail and chat with David McEvoy from DMacMedia about how pesky cookie warnings could make your business crumble.