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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The law is beginning to catch up with our rapidly changing tech lives where working from home does not mean you need be available 24/7. We bring you up to speed on a right to disconnect and a right to remote working (even from pubs).
Also, as Electric Ireland roll out smart meters which use AI to track your energy usage, Niall chats with the Chief Business Officer from its developer Bidgley, Gautam Aggarwal, to find out more.
Intel are making massive investments in Ireland to bring the world their fastest chips ever. We discover more about this and how you can get your brand new mobile phones delivered by drone.
All the news of the week including Samsungs new A52 launched on St Patricks Day, why people share fake news and serious jail time for a Twitter hacker.
We check out NFT’s to see what they are and why they are so hot right now. We also chat with Orla Veale about a new smart initiative in South Dublin called Smart D8.
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Despite SpaceX blowing up their rockets, RTE blowing up DAB and Google blowing up VR, it’s actually all very positive. We tell you why. Plus Niall chats with Science Foundation Ireland about fast science and plans for 2025.