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 look at moves in the USA and the EU to strengthen your ‘right to repair’ tech gadgets you own and extend their lifespan if you wish.
We also chat about the new EU Digital COVID Cert and travel, plus why open source freeware Audacity has been scandal of the week online.
Flying cars are taking off, Issac Asimov’s Foundation is about to land on TV and the web’s Source Code has just sold for $5m. Lots of news and banter this week so smash that play button now!
Niall and Dusty are straight out of the Microsoft Windows 11 presentation with all the details of this massive re-launch of the worlds most used OS.
Thanks to online leaks, we can tell you what Windows 11 will look like before Microsoft announce it next week. We also discover how the energy market is changing due to homeworking and the challenge this ‘new normal’ brings to infrastructure and hardware.
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.