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 look at some of the positive effects of the pandemic on our day-to-day tech lives including new developments from the EU who are launching an official app you can use as a driving license or public services card.
We also chat with Alistair McKinstry, a climate scientist at the Irish Centre for High End Computing. He has been working on climate models to find out what kind of world we will be living in, if we pick up some lessons about sustainability, or go back to our old ways.
We chat about how online working will morph back IRL with expert Ger McMahon from Fidelity Investments.
We also deliver the latest news on SSD shortages due to crypto, online tv services and how Irish people are suffering digital fatigue.
We look behind the health service cyber attack and discover how a decision not to upgrade Windows could have led to disaster. We also hear from Rubrick a world leader in protecting high profile high value corporate data about what may have happened and how to protect the future. www.rubrick.com
We reveal how many Irish homes have fibre and how quickly it is being rolled out. We also have the latest on ransom scams, MWC in Barcelona, new Whatsapp T&C and the incredible price of new HTC VR headsets.
We also hear how you can’t replace the human factor in I.T. with Sam Mayne from Vipre Security.
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.
Samsungs Unpacked event this week unveiled new laptops that are as powerful as a pc but as slim as a smartphone. We give you the very impressive details.
We also mourn the loss of Dublins Digital Hub, give you something cool to try with Zoom and warn why ‘buying’ a video on iTunes doesn’t mean you actually own it.
Finally, enjoy a great chat with Alison Campbell fro Knowledge Transfer Ireland about strategies and tools which are helping boost the commercial uptake of research and results that benefit us all.
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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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Three bilion social media profile photos have been scraped, put into a Facial Recognition database, and sold to the police. We have the story.
We say a fond farewell to LG and hear about a great new scheme were Techies Go Green.
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