Ex-Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is making all the headlines this week with this trip to space aboard his own rocket. So we thought we’d take a look at other tech CEO’s for a quick look at what happened next for them after leaving Apple or Microsoft of McAfee among others.
We go over the plethora of announcements by Apple this week and especially the two most important ones around interoperability and huge privacy changes. We also chat with Charlie Gleeson the founder Zipp Mobility who pulls back the curtain to reveal some very surprising tech tricks with eScooters.
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.
A bunch of exciting new tech from Apple this week. We go through the new iMac, iPhone, iPad Pro and Air Tags with Irish availability and pricing. We also find out how you can sue Facebook, how many humans it will take to colonise Mars and all about Amazon Palm Reading.
We end our specially extended edition chatting to Dr Justin Tonra from NUI Galway about how to use big data to auto read books and understand their stories.
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Does your smartphone suck up information about you, even when you are not connected to the internet. Fascinating findings with Prof Doug Leith from SFI Connect this week.
We also have the latest announcements from Apple and Samsung and come up with a novel new fine for Facebook data breaches.
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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.
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.
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]
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.
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.