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.
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.
Niall has been spending quality time with Microsofts top-end laptop. How does it spec up and compare with the worlds ‘other’ big pro laptop?
We also bring you news of unlocked smartphones and some great sci-fi to watch on tv.
As we go back into lockdown, we have a really interesting insight into the world of remote working for our public service, including what works and what surprisingly doesn’t. Microsoft’s Public Sector Director Frank O’Donnell, who is in the thick of it, tells all.
We also news of ad blockers turned malware, Windows 10 on Chromebooks and the brand new €75,000 tv we’ve been waiting for.
Niall, a lifelong Mac user, has just had the new Microsoft Surface Book 3 thrown into his hands. Is it enough to tempt him to the dark side ?!!
We also look at why Facebook is taking on an entire country and how Netflix is killing your favourite tv.
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.
From zero to hero, is it possible we’re now tired of Zoom? Some great stories! Also, despite key conference cancellations, Microsoft has gone ahead with its developers week and some really interesting ideas. All on Tech Radio. Play now !
Find out why our heads have been turned by this weeks brand new MacBook Pro. We explore why Microsoft put a hold on the Surface Neo, which we were really excited to get our hands on, and we get the Q2 results from the major tech companies.
All the major product launches are done, Dusty & Niall look at Microsoft, Samsung, Apple and Amazon to see who ‘won the year’.
This week, we’re impressed with the new laptops, tablets and PC’s from Microsoft. Also, when banks get behind an online technology, the world changes. Find out whats next in online banking with KBC’s Director of Innovation, Eddie Dillon.