Lots of little surprises under the radar at Apples September event this week. We make sure you don’t miss a thing. We also have a great interview with Graeme Moore about Ireland hosting European Games Week and the games industry here.
Which piece of tech totally changed your life? Is it something you look back on now fondly or still in awe? Niall and Dusty share the pieces of tech that changed their lives, some funny, some surprising!
We chat with a hacker from the infamous LulzSec group who defaced the websites including the Sun newspaper, took popular websites offline, and dumped user data like email addresses and passwords on public forums. Now a security researcher, Mustafa Al-Bassam, gives us a unique peek at a darker side of the web.
We chat to Rodhan Hickey, Digital Hub’s Technologist in Residence, to find out more about the role. We also have news on Facebook privacy features being rolled out first in Ireland and what you can expect from Apple TV+
When it comes to tech companies, you will be forgiven for thinking Dublin Dublin Dublin … BUT there is a ton of stuff happening all across the country with many towns north, south and west now becoming Tech Hubs. Niall chatted with Ogie Sheehy, founder and CEO of Viclarity, to find out more about the tech hub in Tralee and how that is going.
We detail the new Samsung Note 10 and why it’s more than just a Samsung flagship smartphone. Also news on the National Broadband Plan and fake reviews.
This week we revisit Shannon Vallor and a previous interview looking at how technology changes our behaviour and values. Do you get upset when your close friends don’t like some of your Facebook updates? If a celebrity retweets you, would that have more emotional impact than a birthday card from your mother? Discover Shannon’s thoughts on how technology can help us live not just more productive lives, but more ethical ones, too.
We’ve had smart speakers for quite some time. How do we feel now the novelty has well and truly worn off. A detailed report. We also check the news this week on the new Windows 10 Start Menu, when the Galaxy Fold will be released and why Facebook’s $5bn fine is actually a bargain for them.
The future of tech will need a large dose of creativity so Nokia Bell Labs are reaching out to artists worldwide. Find out why science must meet art as Niall Kitson chats with Domhnaill Hernon, Head of Innovation, Incubation and EAT at Nokia Bell Labs.
Any idea what uses your data can be put to beyond advertising?? We speak with Tracey Browne about a new report called Ask for Evidence which will get you thinking.