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.
We reveal the massive omission from Googles big Pixel 4 announcement, ponder the chances of success for Facebooks currency and chat with Dr Celine Mullins from Adaptas about how you can learn things faster with less effort.
Looking back at this weeks Facebook developers conference and ahead to next weeks similar one for Google.
We discuss good and bad news for Google week, the real reason behind this weeks new product announcements from Apple and the weird way an Irish games company found over €3 million in funding.
As we approach the end of the year, some tech companies are not behaving as we’d expect. Deliberate or accidental? Hear our theories on Huawei, Facebook, Apple, Google and more.
We remember the internets pre-Google days before looking at the Google products that made it … and those that didn’t.
Using Google services means giving up some of your privacy. Is it worth it? Very interesting discussion this week!
Has anything changed now that strong data protection measure are in place for EU citizens? We find out directly from the man taking them to court.
With 60,000 students picking up their Leaving Cert results this week, Tony Scott evaluates their potential future in tech. We also look in detail at the controversial gender report from Google.
How will tech change our shopping experience in years to come? Howard Saunders from 22nd & 5th has some amazing insights. We also find out the real meaning behind this weeks Google I/O