825: Creative Crisis

Hear how the new Irish Covid 19 app is working out and why secure messaging is taking off. Also, as Fujitsu tells employees to go home, Tony Sheridan from Fidelity Investments shares how to stay creative during this crisis where so many of us are working from home.

Remember Fidelity Investments are hiring for tech roles in Ireland. Discover more about virtually joining this global leader in fintech innovation at fidelityinvestments.ie

825: Creative Crisis

 
 
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824: Facebook Boycott

All the news on Facebook boycotts, Google Photo changes and Microsoft closures. Plus we chat with Dr Ann Devitt at Trinity’s Learnovate Centre to see how post covid classrooms will look in September.

824: Facebook Boycott

 
 
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823: Apple WWDC Dramatic Departure

Three big departures from the norm at Apple WWDC this week including a major announcement on processors which changes everything, a new way of presenting their keynote and goodbye to Mac OS X.  We fill you in.

We also find out how you can take an idea in a lab or workshop and make it into a viable business with Conor Mc Nally, Startup and Business Development Manager, at the Adapt Centre for Research into Digital Content.

823: Apple WWDC Dramatic Departure

 
 
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822: Tech Time Forgot

We have some fun remembering some tech habits which have been lost to time! We also keep you up-to-date with this weeks news including the Sony PS5, how Apple and Amazon are in trouble (again) with the EU and an incredible case of bullying by eBay against two bloggers.

It’s all on this weeks Tech Radio in association with Fidelity Investments. Times are uncertain, but your job doesn’t have to be. Fidelity Investments is hiring for tech roles in Ireland.
Apply now at fidelityinvestments.ie to virtually join a global leader in fintech innovation from the safety of your home. fidelityinvestments.ie

822: Tech Time Forgot

 
 
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821: Crazy

We start with facial recognition plus some leaked tips about next weeks Apple WWDC.  Then we get into why normally sane people believe insane things they pick up off the internet. Dr Eoin Whelan at NUI has been studying it with some really interesting results.

821: Crazy

 
 
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820: Unemployed Robots

In some areas, basic robots were used during the corona virus to do jobs humans couldn’t. What happens now? Do the robots stay or do they get fired? We chat to Allesdandro Prest who is an expert in the area.  We also catch up on the news including Trump v Facebook, three companies who are zooming in the cash and of course Space X !

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819: Remote Working Deep Dive


A deep-dive into remote working with three experts from Logicalis who have their entire staff working remotely. Learn what works and what doesn’t from experts who are living it.

Logicalis is an international solutions provider of digital services currently accelerating the digital transformation of 10,000 customers around the world.

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818: Zoom Fatigue and Microsoft Build

From zero to hero, is it possible we’re now tired of Zoom? Some great stories! Also, despite key conference cancellations, Microsoft has gone ahead with its developers week and some really interesting ideas. All on Tech Radio. Play now !

818: Zoom Fatigue and Microsoft Build

 
 
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817: Twitter Homework Fail

Twitter Ireland is considering a full time move to home working for employees. Dusty thinks this is a dreadful idea and for good reason.

We hear about that, how Trumps latest shot at Huawei is the opposite of Ireland and why halving of Bitcoin is not such a bad thing.

Finally, we have more of your brilliant ideas to move business online to cope with covid.

817: Twitter Homework Fail

 
 
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816: New MacBook Pro

Find out why our heads have been turned by this weeks brand new MacBook Pro. We explore why Microsoft put a hold on the Surface Neo, which we were really excited to get our hands on, and we get the Q2 results from the major tech companies.

816: New MacBook Pro

 
 
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