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Aussie Tech Heads

By Aussie Tech Heads - Goodman
Light hearted look at the latest technology news from Australia and beyond.
We discuss the tech issues of today that matter to the average Aussie consumer.
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Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 722 23-04-21

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Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 729 16-06-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 729 16-06-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 17, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 728 10-06-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 728 10-06-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 10, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 727 03-06-21
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 727 03-06-21 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 3, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 726 27-05-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 726 27-05-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
May 28, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode ATH 725 23-04-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode ATH 725 23-04-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
May 20, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads Episode 724 - 16/05/2021
Ransomware primer: you need to know these 5 things Musk decries bitcoin's 'insane' energy use after Tesla payment U-turn Microsoft Outlook hit by worldwide 'email visibility issues' Big W joins Officeworks in pausing sale of Apple AirTags over child safety Apple Watch ECG functionality finally available to use in Australia Google Moves Towards Getting Rid Of Passwords
May 17, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 723 06-05-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 723 06-05-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
May 6, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 722 23-04-21
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 722 23-04-21 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
April 23, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 721 15-04--21
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 721 15-04--21 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
April 15, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 720 08-04--21
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 720 08-04--21 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
April 8, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 719 1-4-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 719 1-4-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
April 1, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 718 25-03-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 718 25-03-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
March 25, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 717 22/03/2021
Netflix is closing the “brother-in-law” loophole Millions of websites offline after OVHcloud data centre fire in France Mother 'used deepfake to frame cheerleading rivals' Bitcoin surges past $60,000 for first time India to issue law banning cryptocurrencies, report claims PayPal launches new BNPL service in Australia CBA to become first major bank to launch its own BNPL service
March 22, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 716 2021-03-11
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 716 2021-03-11 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
March 11, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 715 2021-03-04
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
March 4, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode ATH 714 25-02-2021
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
February 25, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 713
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 713 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
February 18, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 712
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 712 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
February 11, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 711 2021-02-04
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode  711 2021-02-04 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
February 4, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 710 - 28/01/2021
Google says goodbye to giant internet balloons idea Alexa Can Now Bark Like a Dog to Scare People Away When You're Not at Home Apple says its big privacy change is coming in ‘early spring’ as conflict with Facebook heats up Google is threatening to pull its search engine from Australia. So what does that mean for you?
January 28, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 709 21-01-2021
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
January 21, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 708 14-01-2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 708 14-01-2021 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
January 14, 2021
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 707
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
December 17, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads706 2020-12-10 21-12-51
Aussie Tech Heads706 2020-12-10 21-12-51
December 10, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 705 2020-12-03 20-58-39
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 705 2020-12-03 20-58-39 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
December 3, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 704 - 26.11.2020
New rules for .au domain to launch in 2021 AMD chips away at Intel in world’s top 500 supercomputers Black Friday: Why bots will beat you to in-demand gifts Apple's security chief charged with bribery AMP Capital maps retail portfolio in Google Street View Google Has Found a Brilliant Way to Let Users Improve Google Maps Facebook’s Vanish Mode on Messenger and Instagram lets you send disappearing messages Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
November 26, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 703 19-11-2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 703 19-11-2020 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
November 20, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 702 12-11-2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 702 12-11-2020 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
November 12, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 701 2020-11-05 21-05-56
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 701 2020-11-05 21-05-56 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
November 5, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 700 29-10-2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 700 29-10-2020 Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
October 29, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 699 - 22/10/2020
Anti-Trump legal analyst of CNN and The New Yorker contributor suspended after masturbating on Zoom call Aussie Broadband officially lists on the ASX PayPal allows Bitcoin and crypto spending JB Hi-Fi trials on-demand delivery Dropbox introduces family plan Google Messages RCS, Chat feature upgrade. Google Meet
October 22, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 698 15-10-2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 698 15-10-2020  Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
October 15, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 697 08-10-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
October 8, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 696 01-10-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
October 1, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 695 - 24/09/2020
Aussie Broadband price increases roll out Dark web drugs raid leads to 179 arrests Internet: Old TV caused village broadband outages for 18 months NBN Co to spend $3.5b to provide fibre to most homes by 2023 Microsoft's underwater data centre resurfaces after two years New Google Maps Feature Will Let the App Connect to Cruise Control Systems
September 24, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 694
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
September 17, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 693
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
September 10, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 692 - 03/09/20
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
September 3, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 691 - 27/08/20
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
August 27, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 690
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
August 20, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 689
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
August 13, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 688 06-08-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
August 6, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads Episode 687 - 30/07/2020
Elon Musk briefly becomes fifth-richest person UK music fans snap up 65,000 cassettes in 2020 Old Ford Falcon XA GT sells for insane amount Samsung weighs dropping Bixby as Google dangles new mobile apps deal Qualcomm's Quick Charge 5: Your phone gets 50% charge in 5 minutes, full battery in 15
July 30, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 686
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
July 23, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 685
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
July 16, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 684
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia. 
July 9, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads Episode 684 - 02/07/20
Glenn and Paul Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
July 6, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 683 25-06-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 25, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 682 18-06-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 18, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 681 11-06-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 11, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 680 04-06-2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
June 4, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 679 30/5/20
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia.
May 30, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 678 21/5/20
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia. 
May 21, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 677 - 14/05/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
May 14, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 676 07/05/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
May 7, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 675 30/04/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
April 30, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 674 23/04/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
April 23, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 673 16/4/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
April 16, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 672 9/4/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
April 9, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 670 12/03/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
March 12, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 671 12/03/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
March 12, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 669 05/03/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
March 5, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 668 27/02/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
February 27, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 667 20/02/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
February 20, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 666 13/02/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
February 13, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 665 06/02/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
February 6, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 664 30/1/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
January 30, 2020
Aussie Tech Heads - Episode 663 23/1/2020
Weekly wrap up of tech news and views, and maybe a tangent or two from the longest running Tech News podcast in Australia
January 23, 2020
Episode 648 - 05/09/2019
World’s ‘first space hotel’ revealed for 400 astro-tourists Eight men facing charges over illegal streaming sites Google launches Android 10 Virgin Australia bans ALL MacBooks from checked-in luggage THE 50 BEST PLACES TO WORK. Apple to supply iPhone parts to independent repair businesses
September 6, 2019
Episode 640 - 11/07/2019
The First Bluetooth Cassette Player iOS 13 will remind you to cancel your subscription when you delete an app Bill Gates calls failure to fight Android his “greatest mistake” Raspberry Pi admits to faulty USB-C design on the Pi 4 Donkey Kong and Mario’s Birthday Volkswagen reveal modern Kombi van concept End of the road for Volkswagen Beetle That’s when the stress and anxiety builds up’: Mum’s whopping $465k Telstra bill ACMA finds worst NBN modems 'barely break' 50Mbps wi-fi speeds Newcastle debuts driverless CBD to beach shuttle MSY set to be acquired by mining company for $17.5m
July 12, 2019
Episode 639 - 04/07/2019
Police charge man with telco sabotage ACCC sues Samsung over slippery mobile phone ads Microsoft slashes Windows 10 update times Apple design chief Jony Ive to leave and start own firm Wikipedia founder calls for social media strike Five Jony Ive designs you probably don't know Iran seizes 1 000 Bitcoin mining machines after power spike Wolfenstein: Youngblood - Nazi images shown in first for Germany Tracking Pixels and Superhuman App Amazon can be held liable for defective third-party products on its platform Canon is Crowdfunding a Tiny Clippable Camera that connects to your phone
July 5, 2019
Episode 638 - 27/06/2019
Telstra finally scraps 1800 mobile plans replaces with just 20 Raspberry PI debuts Model 4 Microsoft debuts new Windows CLI Apple recalls MacBook Pros over fire risk Woolworths expands Scan&Go smartphone shopping trial
June 28, 2019
Episode 636 - 13/06/2019
Have I Been Pwned' looks for a new owner Miller Lite beer can is also a video game controller Microsoft unveils next Xbox Uber selects Melbourne to test flying taxi service 32GB DDR4 UDIMMs are Coming Facebook will pay you to let it track what you do on your phone Google is ending integration between Google Photos and Drive LaLiga’s app listened in on fans to catch bars illegally streaming soccer Huawei's alternative OS said to be 60% faster than Android
June 13, 2019
Episode 635 - 06/06/2019
Apple iTunes lives on for Windows PC users Apple branded 'criminal' for selling stand that costs as much as an iPhone Officeworks launches mobile phone service Telstra to switch payphones to flat call rate Apple's biggest reveals at WWDC 2019 Xbox beauty products waft into supermarkets
June 6, 2019
Episode 634 - 30/05/2019
NAB purges almost 2000 ATMs ACCC hauls Sony to court for refusing Playstation refunds Telstra picks $129 and 160GB as 5G plan sweet spot Canva hacked - user details accessed but passwords safe Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to face leadership vote Malware-ridden laptop artwork sold for $1.3m Alexa Skill Aimed at Assisting Alzheimer’s Patients Smart Hearables Are Coming Apple starts collecting data for Apple Maps
May 31, 2019
Episode 632 - 16/05/2019
Facebook restricts Live feature citing New Zealand shooting weird dual-screen laptop WhatsApp whacked by government-grade spyware Counterfeit hard drive gang smashed by Chinese police Critical wormhole brings patches for Windows XP and Server 2003 Google to show ads on homepage of mobile site app
May 17, 2019
Episode 628 - 11/04/2019
Google's drone delivery service takes off in Canberra Labor’s NBN policy calls for re-wiring of 750 000 homes Microsoft pauses Windows 10 upgrades advises admins to prepare for May release Melbourne rejects flagship Apple Store Illegally downloaded 'Game of Thrones' episodes expose you to viruses that hijack your computer McDonalds tells customers to show ID as card fraud bites… again First Australia - Hong Kong data cable to be built PlayStation users can now change their PSN names Microsoft reveals all the Google things it removed in its Chromium Edge browser Google turns your Android phone into a security key
April 11, 2019
Episode 627 - 04/04/2019
NBN Co technicians miss 469 appointments a day Telstra is dragging its public payphones into the 21st century AWS drops cloud storage price to $2/terabyte/month Kogan again tops consumer complaints list Google shuts failed social network Google+ Google begins shutting down its failed Google+ social network Scooti you can now hail a two-wheeled taxi ride When it come to IT systems What is a honeypot? lenovos-design-for-a-foldable-smartphone-is-one-of-the-more-unique-weve-seen-so-far google-inbox-is-dead-but-you-can-use-spark-and-spike-apps-instead does-apple-even-care-about-computers-anymore the-new-apple-card-wont-let-you-switch-from-iphone-to-android-probably-ever
April 5, 2019
Episode 626 - 28/03/2019
NBN Co moves to kill off 12Mbps broadband plans Facebook cares about privacy so much it stored passwords as plaintext Google reveals gaming platform Stadia MySpace admits losing 12 years' worth of music uploads The new Apple Card and how it works Don’t change your Twitter birthday to 2007 unless you want to get kicked off for being under 13 Apple unveils its subscription streaming service Apple TV+ Scooti you can now hail a two-wheeled taxi ride
March 29, 2019
Episode 625 - 21/03/2019
Google Home Hub is the Most Popular Smart Display in Australia Windows 10 to automatically uninstall faulty monthly updates Dyson Pure Cool Me - Designed to make your personal space comfortable Avoid Google Play Store apps that promise to update your Android phone Court makes orders in Telstra "Belong" trademark case against solar power company Microsoft bows to Chrome Firefox with security tweak Dropbox limits free accounts to just three devices Google fined another US$1.7 billion for ad blocks by EU Google to prompt Android users to choose preferred browsers Microsoft resurrects Clippy Telstra turns on 10 000th mobile network site
March 22, 2019
Episode 623 - 07/03/2019
Microsoft to start selling Windows 7 add-on support from April Officeworks buys Sydney-based PC repairs and tech support provider Geeks2U Microsoft disbands Band wearable business Melbourne Council opposes Apple Store in Federation Square Update Google Chrome Right Now Don't buy a foldable smartphone in 2019 Google gives Android developers new tools to make money from users who won’t pay Fitbit’s new $160 Versa Lite Smartwatch The Galaxy S10 and LG G8 are the latest phones to get T-Mobile’s spam-fighting call verification
March 7, 2019
Episode 620 - 14/02/2019
Don’t waste your money on Office 2019 (says Microsoft) Relive your Windows 95 glory days with this free app YouTube rival Vimeo revenue jumps 54 percent in 2018 Apple to investigate Saudi app Is new game Apex Legends a threat to Fortnite?
February 17, 2019
Episode 619 - 07/02/2019
GUEST: IAN DAVIDSON from MYOB ponders selling software at the petrol pump Disability-themed emojis approved for use Gmail is now blocking 100 million extra spam messages every day with AI New $199 Bose Frames are Audio Sunglasses Many popular iPhone apps secretly record your screen without asking Optus has been fined $10 million for misleading customers
February 8, 2019
Episode 618 - 31/01/2019
Apple to fix FaceTime privacy bug Apple Australia rakes in $9 billion Fortnite Australia Open 2019: Summer Smash - Final placements and results Microsoft hit by global cloud login problems iPhones aren't too expensive says Apple CEO Tim Cook Facebook is giving Teens $20 for thier data Project Alias- Gives Users Privacy from the “Always Listening” Smart Speakers Prince Charles' charity to stop taking Huawei donations
January 31, 2019
Episode 616 - 17/01/2019
Poor iPhone demand GST drags down Kogan Google G Suite price hike coming Domino's Pizza defeated in court over app Microsoft Australia smashes $2 billion milestone Apple boss Tim Cook sees $4 million pay hike In 2018 Sofia Coppola to direct Bill Murray in Apple's first film Broke teen who sold kidney for an iPhone now bedridden for life Royole's 2nd Generation Cicada WingTM Smartphone with Fully Flexible Display LG’s upcoming G8 flagship may have an attachable second screen Whirlpool Announces 4 New Google Assistant Integrated Products at CES 2019 Google today announced that it is raising the price of its G Suite subscriptions. Some of the Latest Smart Office Tech from CES 2019
January 17, 2019
Episode 615 - 21/12/2018
Telstra loses appeal on Optus' "Empires End" ad campaign Google to spend US$1 billion on new campus in New York Apple to build new US$1 billion campus in Texas NBN Co expects December data usage hike to reach 21 percent higher than rest of the year Australian Federal Court penalises another dodgy domain reseller Elon Musk unveils prototype high-speed LA transport tunnel Twitter user hacks 50 000 printers to tell people to subscribe to PewDiePie Google kills off Allo to focus on Messages app. Sydney And Melbourne Now Have 5G mobile But You Can't Use It till 2020 The LG TV that rolls itself in and out of a box Now Google Assistant will warn you if your flight is going to be delayed
December 21, 2018
Episode 613 - 06/12/2018
Quora,says,hackers,stole,up,to,100,million,users’,data Bluetooth,Chip,Flaws,Expose,Enterprises,to,Remote,Attacks everything-wrong-usb-c-cables-explained-which-cable-2018-11 Microsoft,is,reportedly,ditching,Edge,on,Windows,10,for,a,Chrome-based,browser. Huawei’s,global,CFO,arrested,for,allegedly,violating,US,sanctions,on,Iran. China’s,bold,mission,to,land,a,probe,on,the,dark,side,of,the,Moon TPG's,$20,"prepayment",for,extras,lands,it,in,hot,water Nine,Entertainment,turns,to,cloud,to,stabilise,its,live,streams Up,to,500,million,customers,affected,by,Marriott,breach Microsoft,surpasses,Apple,in,market,capitalisation
December 7, 2018
Episode 612 - 29/11/2018
Microsoft confirms yet another Windows 10 October Update bug Microsoft's market cap catches up with Apple Google makes Apple’s Siri talk to its Assistant Amazon will let Aussies back on its US website Apple in court over 30% app commission Window washing drone takes flight 70 Percent Chance Elon Musk Is Moving to Mars What is Google Fi and How does it work? Windows 7 retirement timeline countdown The new WPA3 Wi-Fi security protocols will be strengthened A new phone-like device from Microsoft Big Mouth Billy Bass that works with Amazon Alexa
November 30, 2018
Episode 609 - 08/11/2018
Amazon Web Services reveals EC2 instances based on AMD chips Telstra fault takes down Eftpos and ATMs Telstra will let customers put consumer electronics on their mobile bills Western Digital unveils 'world's first' 15TB archive hard drive Drone Racing World Championships: Race to be crowned top pilot What You Need To Know About eSims Google and Disney Partner to Bring Storybooks to Life HBO’s has partnered with Amazon's Alexa and has and animated children’s show Called Esme and Roy
November 8, 2018
Episode 608 - 01/11/2018
Apple refreshes Macs iPad Pros and raises prices Socks walk all over t-shirts as giveaways say marketers Royole's bendy-screen FlexPai phone unveiled in China Australia Post to run more robot trials What you need to know about 10 All Access streaming This Halloween’s Google Doodle is its first multiplayer game Elli•Q …. A Robot and A Companion for the Elderly
November 2, 2018
Episode 606 - 18/10/2018
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65 Wikileaks spills AWS Sydney data centre locations Telstra defends giving executives millions in bonuses Apple will let users see and delete data it has collected Rio Tinto runs 34 robot trains a day A Report Finds Need for IoT Security in Connected Homes 2400 sensors and machine learning models are monitoring The Sydney Harbour Bridge GM’s data mining is just the beginning of the in-car advertising blitz
October 19, 2018
Episode 605 - 11/10/2018
Microsoft fixes Window 10 file deletion issue Google+ killed off after user data exposed Weak passwords banned in California from 2020 NBN Co says fibre-to-the-curb build is more complex that it hoped What is Facebook Portal and how does it work? Google Home Hub : The new hub for your smart home Gold Silver and Bronze mobile numbers
October 12, 2018
Episode 604 - 04/10/2018
Wi-fi,standards,are,getting,new,names,,so,say,goodbye,to,802.11 Microsoft,mirrors,MS-DOS,on,GitHub Perth,Prison,drug,smugglers,filmed,themselves,on,drone,camera Welcome,to,BBC,Music,Memories Windows,10,October,2018,update,starts,rolling,out Microsoft,is,embracing,Android,as,its,new,mobile,version,of,Windows Facebook,extends,account,deletion,grace,period,from,14,to,30,days The,new,W7,LG,Watch,with,hybrid,Wear,OS,smartwatch,and,mechanical,hands
October 5, 2018
Episode 603 - 27/09/2018
Australia’s second modernized Apple store opening in Robina on September 29th Microsoft releases Office 2019 for Windows and Mac Microsoft Ignite 2018 so far NBN Co doubles transit capacity in upgrade AWS cuts Australian data transfer costs Sir Charles Kao: Fibre optics genius passes away China blocks Twitch game-streaming service PlayStation backs down in Fortnite cross-play row Facebook’s newest VR headset Oculus Quest ships in the spring for $399 US Google to allow Chrome users to disable controversial login feature
September 28, 2018
Episode 602 - 20/09/2018
Microsoft,offers,to,manage,your,Windows,devices,for,you Charges,laid,over,alleged,$3,million,business,email,compromise,scam,syndicate PlayStation,Classic:,Sony,announces,a,retro,micro-console,of,its,own ACCC,says,it’s,prepared,to,sue,telco,execs,who,approve,misleading,ads What,is,ZigBee,and,why,is,it,important,for,your,smart,home? Amazon,appears,to,have,leaked,some,upcoming,products Apple,Music,now,works,with,Android,Auto Rumors,of,a,Google,Home,Hub,with,a,7”,screen
September 20, 2018
Episode 601 - 13/09/2018
Trend Micro tools removed from Mac App Store over “data exfiltration” claims Apple to provide police with online tool to request data Everything Apple Announced Today When You Can Get All The Stuff Apple Just Announced Driverless taxi arrives in Australia for closed-track tests Foxtel GO is back 'better than ever before' in HD live and on-demand Testers for Microsoft are testing a ‘warning label’ for Windows 10 users to not to install the Chrome or Firefox browsers. New Cortana flaws could let hackers access locked systems Qualcomm finally has a new chip for the next generation of Android smartwatches Apple discontinues iPhone X and the last iPhones with headphone jacks
September 14, 2018
Episode 600 - 06/09/2018
Is Microsoft killing off Windows 7 already? Thousands of Magento e-commerce sites hit by malware Amazon joins Apple in US$1 trillion club Elon Musk in new rant at Thai cave rescuer The waterslide with virtual reality Woolworths trials 'scan and go' smartphone shopping Amazon and Microsoft bring Alexa and Cortana to each other's devices Instagram is Developing A Dedicated Shopping App Called IG Shopping Firefox to auto-block ad trackers
September 7, 2018
Episode 598 - 23/08/2018
Microsoft dates Windows 8.1's demise Apple says no data compromised after Aussie teen hack Xiaomi's Poco F1 phone threatens a price war Gold Coast plans to open up expanded fibre network to telcos Microsoft clamps down on sick 'Momo suicide game' in 'Minecraft' ACCC whacks Trivago over misleading price listings Internet melts down over Liberal leadership crisis in Canberra Google-to-debut-display-equipped-AI-speaker-before-holidays huawei-zte-banned-from-australian-5g-networks
August 24, 2018
Episode 597 - 16/08/2018
Court orders Telstra to shelve 'Unlimited' ads for three years ACMA warns of fake Optus emails asking for credit card information Fair Trading sharpens teeth for consumer-reseller disputes Fortnite released on Android coming to Samsung devices first Foxtel taking the fight to free-to-air with plans for 4K footy Turnbull unveils a new bill to plant viruses on computer devices New Google One Storage Cloud is coming soon for everyone Apple reportedly held secret meeting with app devs to push a new subscription model for apps
August 16, 2018
Episode 596 - 09/08/2018
Episode 596 - 09/08/2018
August 10, 2018
Episode 595 - 02/08/2018
Apple's,expensive,iPhones,pay,off,big,time Telstra,retains,Australia's,fastest,telco,crown Google,Chrome,,Mozilla,Firefox,and,Microsoft,Edge,have,all,adopted,biometrics,API Outlook,rolls,out,'Dark,Mode',inverted,colour,scheme System,Administrator,Appreciation,Day,,so,give,yours,whatever,they,ask,for huawei,is,the,worlds,second,largest,smartphone,maker,2018 facebook,instagram,to,introduce,time,limits an,open,letter,to,microsoft,about,poor,windows,10,update,experiences parents,paying,fortnite,tutors,for,kids
August 3, 2018
Episode 594 - 26/07/2018
how to unlock windows 10 google stopped phishing and ditched passwords with this 20 device Steve Jobs was shocked by how successful the App Store was amazon alexa echo spatial perception apple iphone 2018 intel cellular modems qualcomm legal dispute Google Translate warns of apocalypse in bizarre 'end times' message The one move that made Fortnite creator a billionaire Australia's first computer moves into Melbourne museum Microsoft Google Twitter and Facebook to offer data transfer service
July 26, 2018
Episode 593 - 17/07/2018 Phone numbers lost in NBN migrations Google cops A$6.8 billion fine from EU over Android practices Microsoft takes fight to Slack with free version of Teams 3D-printed gun blueprints given go-ahead by US government Amazon's Jeff Bezos beats Bill Gates in new rich list NBN Co asks $11k per premises in area switch upgrade
July 20, 2018
Episode 592 - 12/07/2018
Facebook unveils 'Here Together' campaign in Australia Microsoft unveils 10-inch Surface Go PayPal told customer her death breached its rules Twitter 'shuts down millions of fake accounts' Xiaomi's trading debut in Hong Kong AirPlay 2 arrives at last on Sonos here's 5 things now possible YouTube gives creators a way to flag stolen videos Dark Web Market is selling access to a major airport's security systems Telstra Switches On New Network Technology to Cope With The Growing Demand for Live Sports. CASEFILE - SILK ROAD PODCAST
July 12, 2018
Episode 591 - 04/07/2018
3 million .au domains transition to Afilias Australia from Neustar Apple rebuilds iPhone mapping app keeps TomTom as data provider Gmail messages 'read by human third parties' Foxtel turns to data to keep its customers secret settings hidden in your android phone will make it feel twice as fast
July 4, 2018
Episode 590 - 28/09/2018
Thousands of Android devices hit with ad-clicking bot malware ACMA rules that telcos must roll back customer internet if there are NBN delays The man who was fired by a machine Internet is losing its memory: Cerf NBN Co's top user downloads 23.6TB a month IoT-enabled cows Aussie startup develops implantable monitor. Smart locks lights and speakers are the latest weapons of domestic abuse
June 29, 2018
Episode 589 - 21/06/2018
The Google Podcast App has arrived Optus offers free subscription to sport service after World Cup streaming fail Apple fined $9 million as Federal Court finds repairs policy breached Australian Consumer Law Amazon brings Prime to Australia after geoblocking furore Optus is finally killing its dial-up internet in Australia Domain name businesses ordered to pay $2 million for "misleading and deceptive" correspondence YouTube Premium
June 21, 2018
Episode 588 - 14/06/2018
Kogan's latest business venture is smart home devices Microsoft is giving Office 365 a facelift Apple to block tool used by law-enforcement to crack iPhones Microsoft ends forum support for Windows 7 and 8.1 End of an era: Yahoo Messenger is being shut down next month Instagram May Soon Allow Hour-Long Video Uploads Addicted’ girl, 9, wets herself instead of taking break from playing Fortnite
June 14, 2018
Episode 586 - 31/05/2018
Amazon to block Australian shoppers from its US website Microsoft is now more valuable than Google Virgin Mobile stores will be gone in a month Microsoft brags as Edge beats Chrome in battery life in Microsoft video FBI warns "hundreds of thousands" of routers hacked by Russians Google Chrome 68 introduces HTTPS as the new security must-have School shooting game Active Shooter pulled by Steam Blue Note audio attack corrupts hard drives KODI CRACKDOWN
June 1, 2018
Episode 585 - 24/05/2018
Doctor Who on Twitch Court favours Optus rules Telstra's "unlimited" ads were misleading What to expect at Apple's WWDC 2018 conference Outage strikes Telstra 3G and 4G mobile services Australians lost hundreds of millions to online phone scammers in 2017 Independent podcasters chip in to support Salvos’ Red Shield Day Microsoft stops rollout of Windows 10 update for devices with select Intel Toshiba SSDs Optus will progressively close Virgin Mobile
May 24, 2018
Episode 584 - 17/05/2018
Google is introducing a new storage service for paid users called Google One 'Laurel' or 'Yanny'? People can't decide Australian Space Agency to launch on 1 July NSW to begin state wide digital licence rollout huge new facebook data leak exposed intimate details of 3m users twitter will start hiding tweets that detract from the conversation rollout of windows 10 april update halted for devices with intel and toshiba ssds security robot beaten up bbq sauce
May 17, 2018
Episode 583 - 10/05/2018
Microsoft,offers,better,margins,to,lure,Apple,,Google,devs firefox,moves,browsers,into,the,post,password,future,with,webauthn ticketmaster,hopes,to,speed,up,event,access,by,scanning,your,face abbott,addresses,life,threatening,flaw,in,a,half,million,pacemakers twitter,says,glitch,exposed,substantial,number,of,users,passwords,in,plain,text ios,will,soon,disable,usb,connection,if,left,locked,for,a,week
May 10, 2018
Episode 582 - 03/05/2018
Telstra Vodafone follow Optus by offering up unlimited data smartphone plans Telstra launches mobile repeater to improve coverage five biggest things coming in the latest Windows 10 update Xiaomi launches $10bn Hong Kong stock market listing facebook adds dating app launches oculus go google wunderkind is building a secret social gaming startup warranty void if removed stickers illegal xmarks to close
May 4, 2018
Episode 581 - 26/04/2018
Apple recalls certain MacBook Pro models Google gun emoji becomes water pistol Spotify tests filter to block swearing in songs Microsoft confirms Spring Creators Update crash bug Melbourne IT to rebrand as Arq Group another highly critical flaw in drupal but no details again youtube remix google play music/ video game loot boxes are now considered criminal gambling in belgium/ amazon will now deliver packages to the trunk of your car telstra fined $10 million after customers charged for ringtones
April 26, 2018
Episode 580 - 20/04/2018
JB Hi-Fi Officeworks and Myer to resell Amazon's Echo Spot The printer that HP launched into space is up and running Donkey Kong champion loses title for 'using emulator'
April 20, 2018
Episode 579 - 12/04/2018
Kogan Is Now Flogging Unlimited NBN Plans For $2 Per Day NBN Co to relaunch HFC Apple now will warn you if your Mac has old 32 bit apps NAB signs on to Google Pay Mark Zuckerberg’s toughest questions in Facebook grilling anz shutting tap pay solution directing customers use google pay samsung pay google phone spam filtering new beta program spotify is said to plan new version of free music service apple owes 502 6 million to virnetx says federal jury in texas
April 12, 2018
Episode 578 - 05/04/2018
Apple could ditch Intel from Macs in favour of its own chips Intel launches new brand for eighth generation CPUs Users react to Google Map’s live shooting icon Microsoft launches 2 new Azure regions in Australia google renewable energy climate change mcafee finds that gamers are strong candidates for cybersecurity jobs latest macos update disables displaylink rendering thousands of monitors dead russia debuts postal drone crash into wall
April 5, 2018
Episode 577 - 29/03/2018
Five things to know a3bout Apple's new 9.7 inch iPad Telstra turns on 5G over wifi for Gold Coast locals Elon Musk pulls Tesla and SpaceX from Facebook Microsoft to finally retire Windows 10 1511 in two weeks New Android Cryptojacker Can Brick Phones Uber brings carpool service to Australia not 2009 verizon planning launch palm smartphone later year boeing aerospace/boeing hit by wannacry virus fears it could cripple some jet production microsoft_windows_meltdown_patch_security_flaw linux on windows 10 microsoft releases new tool to get more distros on windows microsoft to ban offensive language from skype xbox office and other services.html oracle wins revival of billion dollar case against google jaguar dives into driverless tech as others show caution
March 29, 2018
Episode 576 - 22/03/2018
Govt opens Sydney cyber threat sharing centre Autonomous cars to be trialled across Sydney's busiest roads Woman dies in Arizona after being hit by autonomous Uber Toll deploys driverless forklifts to shift pallets Google adds top Aussie sports info to Google Search Assistant and Home Telstra and Samsung go gangbusters with 1.03Gbps S9/9+ speeds in 'Aussie first' Cairns to introduce mind boggling three dimensional pedestrian crossing google introduce new way subscribe websites subscribe google/ facebook security chief stamos quits over fake news delete facebook twitter cambridge analytica wear os google brings official support google pay wrist supported devices
March 23, 2018
Episode 575 - 15/03/2018
Microsoft Blocks All Windows 7 Security Updates Unless You Have Antivirus Stephen Hawking died on a day that is cosmically connected to Albert Einstein and pi The top 20 richest tech billionaires in 2018 Research firm reveals critical vulnerabilities in four AMD processors Cortana vulnerability allows hackers to bypass Windows passwords NBN to detail HFC relaunch next month Apple's WWDC Set for June youtube information cues conspiracy theories susan wojcicki sxsw amazon power banks recalled for fire hazard a chatbot can now offer you protection against volatile airline prices privacy busting bugs found in popular vpn services hotspot shield zenmate and purevpn
March 15, 2018
Episode 573 - 01/03/2018
Vodafone Nokia building mobile network on the moon Amazon brings third-party delivery and fulfilment to Australia Apple admits using Google for iCloud Apps to help you keep stock of your pantry ACT govt still running unsupported operating systems Aussies report $1.3m in losses from Bitcoin Ethereum scams Turnbull signs up to 100Mbps NBN plan NBN Co pushes back crucial HFC status update Silk Road
March 1, 2018
Episode 572 - 22/02/2018
Google's Project Zero discloses Microsoft Edge bug Amazon overtakes Microsoft in market capitalisation thanks to booming AWS revenue How an Apple staffer leaked the iPhone source code iMessage outage: Telstra customers unable to send messages on iPhone NBN reports progress but no timeline for HFC fix Drop everything and download: THRIVE apple is said to negotiate buying cobalt direct from miners preservation or theft historians publishers argue over dead game servers utorrent client affected by some pretty severe security flaws the car of the future will sell your data mattel tynker barbie teach kids code technology to transform direct mail in 2018 ai tech arrives in nz supermarket trolleys android 9 0 p blocks mic access
February 22, 2018
Episode 571 - 15/02/2018
Google to debut emails that automatically update in Gmail Apple iPhone source code leaks on GitHub Google sued for "knowingly" selling faulty Pixel and Pixel XL phones Search tool accesses firms' documents in the cloud Twitter posts its first quarterly profit as ad sales rise Chrome 68 to condemn all unencrypted sites by summer Facebook’s two-factor authentication system auto-posts replies on your profile Don’t use Huawei phones say heads of FBI CIA and NSA Facebook’s ‘Protect’ feature on iOS essentially installs spyware on iPhone and iPad
February 15, 2018
Episode 570 - 08/02/2018
Energizer claims 16 day battery life with smartphone launch Tablet sales decline for the 13th straight quarter Superloop's CyberHound tackles kids' screen addiction in exclusive deal for Circle by Disney Reseller jailed for selling dodgy tablets in indigenous communities Tesla and Australia will turn 50 000 homes into a virtual solar power plant apple music may soon become the most popular music streaming service in the us Apple Shipped a Record 18M Smartwatches in 2017 WordPress update breaks future updates Space car cruises further than expected towards asteroid belt telstra opens 5g innovation centre on gold coast now google might make a game console and game streaming service facebook wants to open up its videos platform to more online influencers and advertisers These self destructing electronics can turn your data to dust on command The best (and worst) technology predictions of all time
February 8, 2018
Episode 568 - 25/01/2018
Episode 568 - 25/01/2018
February 1, 2018
Episode 569 - 01/02/2018
Major reform agenda for Australia’s .au domain launched for discussion Apple pays largest Australian tax bill in years Hangry and ransomware added to Oxford English Dictionary Microsoft disables 'buggy' Intel patch YouTube caught out by coin mining adverts Indian rideshare platform Ola announces Australian launch to challenge Uber Uber rival Taxify offers half price fares for Melbourne launch on Thursday Brisbane Airport retailers to accept crypto coins fitness tracking apps expose activity on sensitive military bases mobile phones/telstra to suspend queensland mobile services aussie brothers tackle 2 1m bill scam problem after father swindled telstra cripples t box to drive australians to foxtel and subscription
February 1, 2018
Episode 567 - 17/01/2018
Bitcoin slides 18 percent on crackdown fears; crypto rivals also plunge Vodafone busted for failing to check customer identities Visa to ditch signatures for cards Apple's Health app is being used as evidence in a murder trial in Germany Facebook plans major news feed changes ‘to improve your well-being’ YouTube prankster to face court over Brisbane bridge jump
January 18, 2018
Episode 566 - 10/01/2018
Netflix scam warning: Don’t respond to this email Fart-tracking pill spies on your gut gases HP recalls tens of thousands of laptop batteries over fire risk Telstra scraps private number fees Apple releases update to fix Spectre vulnerability Microsoft's Spectre fix bricks PCs with older AMD CPUs Spectre, Meltdown Exploits Apple under fire from shareholders for iPhone addiction UNDERSTAND THE "RECHARGE CYCLE"
January 11, 2018
Episode 564 - 21/12/2017
Consumer,electronics,vendor,Belkin,rapped,for,“lifetime",warranties,that,only,lasted,five,years Online,reseller,Electronic,Bazaar's,owner,imprisoned,after,misleading,customers,on,refunds Apple,reveals,plans,for,new,Federation,Square,,Melbourne,store Apple,moves,to,ban,apps,made,with,commercial,templating,tools Facebook,steps,up,facial,recognition,use DanTDM:,2017's,richest,YouTuber,on,responsibility,to,young,fans Telstra,makes,calls,free,from,home,phones,and,payphone,24,to,26,December,2017 mobile,phones/apple,does,slow,down,your,iphone,as,the,batteries,wear,out,new,study,claims thats,a,record,south,australias,tesla,battery,responds,to,coalfired,plant,failure update,1,twitter,to,put,warnings,before,swastikas,other,hate,images australians,health,records,unwittingly,exposed firefox,prepares,to,mark,all,http,sites,not,secure,after,https,adoption,rises uk,government,10mbps,broadband,uso apple,is,said,to,have,plan,to,combine,iphone,ipad,and,mac,apps Jingle Bells 7 by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence ( Artist:
December 21, 2017
Episode 563 - 14/12/2017
Two,keyless,entry,door,locks,vulnerable,to,unauthenticated,requests CatchDeal,,Techrific,and,BexecTech,admit,to,passing,off,refurbished,tablets,,phones,as,new Kogan,unveils,Medibank,backed,health,insurance,brand,Kogan,Health Apple,in,talks,to,buy,music,identification,app,Shazam:,report Jony,Ive,returns,to,helm,of,Apple's,design,teams Fears,over,Bitcoin,bubble,as,it,crosses,US$17,000 Firefighters,slam,YouTube,prankster,who,'cemented',a,microwave,oven,to,his,head national,broadband,network,announces,price,cuts,for,highspeed,internet,plans cracked,phone,screens,may,soon,be,a,thing,of,the,past cybercriminals,create,massive,searchable,database,of,your,old,usernames,and,passwords turning,prawns,into,plastic,schoolgirl,angelina,arora,fights,science,stereotypes att,begins,testing,high,speed,internet,over,power,lines
December 14, 2017
Episode 562 - 07/12/2017
Apple to pay $20 billion in back tax to Ireland Amazon finally launched in Australia this week ACCC awards $6.5 million contract for broadband speeds monitoring program Sad poop emoji gets flushed after row Facebook, Google left out of Aussie safe harbour copyright changes Aussie internet suffers as subsea cable cut again amazon-australias-secret-weapon-still-on-hold-free-express-shipping nbns-critical-hfc-mistake-revealed-prioritising-activations-over-repairs queensland-police-consider-camera-technology-that-will-photograph-drivers-using-mobile-phones facebook-launches-messenger-app-for-kids-under-13 official_press_release_statement_by_nicehash bitcoin-mining-now-uses-power-159-countries steam-ends-support-bitcoin-volatility Google will drop YouTube from Amazon Fire TV, Echo Show on Jan. 1 Clean Up Your Android Phone With Google 'Files Go' App Microsoft showcases first Windows 10 laptops with Qualcomm chips instead of Intel
December 7, 2017
Episode 561 - 30/11/2017
Mac flaw allows full admin rights without a password As Amazon's Australian launch looms, MSY to overhaul website and add e commerce NBN to pause all HFC rollouts over customer experience issues Microsoft Australia fines Impact Systems and other resellers over unlicensed software Bitcoin crosses $10,000 milestone Officeworks 'first big box retailer' to integrate with Google Assistant This ‘smart’ condom rates your bedroom skills, penis size and even checks for STIs House hunters willing to pay a premium for better NBN connections Letter from Founder and Digital Librarian, Brewster Kahl The device to fix your 16GB or 32GB iPhone storage woes pokemon go players may have racked up as much as a96 billion in damages accc blasted over nbn speed monitoring delay inadequate tests cryptomining works on windows even after browser is closed pentagon, nsa data leaked through aws bucket
November 30, 2017
Episode 559 - 16/11/2017
Apple goes to mediation over denying customers fixes for "error 53" Shareholder group wants Gerry Harvey gone Telstra gives broadband customers unlimited data Urgent rescue mission' to save Australia's frogs using smartphone app Tech giants turning Sydney's CBD into 'Silicon Place' FBI refused to ask Apple to unlock Texas shooter's iPhone Trump tweets in China how, and why does it matter? This Twitter bot will colorize your black and white photos in seconds for free elon musk might be a famous tech mogul but there is one thing he doesnt like about steve jobs tim cook gets playfully roasted over his congratulatory tweet to australia firefox quApple goes to mediation over denying customers fixes for "error 53" Shareholder group wants Gerry Harvey gone Telstra gives broadband customers unlimited data Urgent rescue mission' to save Australia's frogs using smartphone app Tech giants turning Sydney's CBD into 'Silicon Place' FBI refused to ask Apple to unlock Texas shooter's iPhone Trump tweets in China how, and why does it matter? This Twitter bot will colorize your black and white photos in seconds for free elon musk might be a famous tech mogul but there is one thing he doesnt like about steve jobs tim cook gets playfully roasted over his congratulatory tweet to australia firefox quantum arrives with faster browser engine major visual overhaul payphones still make millions of dollars amazon developing a free ad supported version of prime video reportantum arrives with faster browser engine major visual overhaul payphones still make millions of dollars amazon developing a free ad supported version of prime video report
November 16, 2017
Episode 557 - 02/11/2017 Telstra, Ericsson completes first of a series of 5G network trials Aldi sells smaller 3D printer for $299 NASA releases eerie playlist of spellbinding space sounds Woolworths digitises loyalty card for iPhone users IBM’s Watson natural language classifier Big three Aussie banks build Apple Pay rival razer-unveils-gaming-smartphone-with-120hz-ultramotion-display-8gb-ram-and-no-headphone-jack apple-is-designing-iphones-ipads-that-would-drop-qualcomm-components a-surge-of-sites-and-apps-are-exhausting-your-cpu-to-mine-cryptocurrency blackberry-ceo-promises-to-try-to-break-customers-encryption-if-the-us-government-asks-him-to they-dont-give-a-fk-nbn-director-blasts-isps-for-poor-speeds google docs users locked out of their files in glitch that raises deeper concerns
November 2, 2017
Episode 556 - 26/10/2017
Online reseller MSY Technology fined $750,000 for misrepresenting customer guarantees New malware 'BadRabbit' strain attacks hit Russia, other nations Kaspersky Lab to submit software for third-party review Amaysim launches online devices store, reveals Apple hints at Mac Mini comeback IBM and Australian Open cut ties after two decades Porn-makers challenge Patreon's crowdfunding ban KFC Only Follows 11 People on Twitter, and It's Genius nbn-boss-signals-new-pricing-plans-for-home-broadband-by-christmas honolulu-now-fines-people-up-to-99-for-texting-while-crossing-road amazon-patents-drones-that-recharge-electric-vehicles million-iot-devices-enslaved-by-fast-growing-botnet google-offers-1000-bounties-for-hacking-dropbox-tinder-snapchat-and-others
October 26, 2017
Episode 555 - 19/10/2017
Wi-fi security flaw 'puts devices at risk of hacks' MegaBots Inc Still photographs spring to life Snapchat to make original TV-style shows Australia launches revenge porn reporting tool Google introduces advanced Gmail security features for high-risk users Virgin Mobile to discontinue prepaid mobile broadband to focus on postpaid Adobe warns users to patch against new exploit commbank-hoaxes-becoming-more-sophisticated netflix-hiring-a-coordinator-to-go-after-pirates-illegally-downloading-its-original-content melbourne-introduce-pilot-trial-for-technology-allowing-blind-people-to-navigate-public-spaces 90s-kids-rejoice-tamagotchi-is-back dodging-russian-spies-customers-are-ripping-out-kaspersky first-floating-wind-farm-delivers-electricity microsoft-teases-multi-day-battery-life-for-upcoming-arm-powered-windows-devices
October 19, 2017
Episode 554 - 12/10/2017
Microsoft to bring Edge browser to Apple iOS and Android devices Canalys boss Steve Brazier says Microsoft's Surface range is in big trouble Amazon welcomes teens with new parent-controlled shopping allowance Bug Allowed Google Home Mini Speakers to Record Everything Unsent text message OK as valid will, says Australian court NBN Co to start charging for 'no fault found' callouts AusPost creates Shipster service for online orders Dow Jones: 'Google acquires Apple' news was 'error' iOS code expert shows devastating potential of simple iPhone phishing attack PornHub users infected with nasty virus spread by cyber crooks PayPal to fund ‘yes’ campaign for marriage equality in Australia, launches donation-matching scheme google-will-hit-100-percent-renewable-energy-this-year moscow-has-turned-kaspersky-antivirus-software-into-a-global-spy-tool-using-it-to-scan-computers-for-secret-us-data facebook-announces-199-oculus-go-standalone-vr-headset google-home-mini-pixel-buds-australian-price-release-date
October 12, 2017
Episode 553 - 05/10/2017
Microsoft cancels Groove music streaming service Apple's iOS 11 release patches backdoor exploit on wi-fi chips Australians with fibre broadband connections double as DSL sinks First plans from Telstra's budget brand Belong lets users roll over data Microsoft will refocus Bing on PC market Microsoft reveals Office 2019 Twitter to test double tweet length
October 5, 2017
Episode 548 - 24/08/2017
ACCC warns of fake NBN scammers Apple's 'hidden' job ad found online Australia blocks another 59 popular pirate sites Kit Kat accused of copying Atari game Breakout Two years and 100 million downloads later. Apple emerges unscathed from five-year ATO tax audit GOOGLE has announced lots of helpful new features to make your smartphone even smarter. Here’s everything coming to Android. Sonos customers react angrily to new privacy policy HBO has proved its anti-piracy efforts are no joke, with the company’s subsidiary partner bringing four Game of Thrones pirates to justice. Google was working on Google Assistant-powered headphones with the codename Bisto
August 24, 2017
Episode 547 - 17/08/2017
Microsoft agrees to change Windows 10 update after Kaspersky antitrust battle Game of Thrones struck by fresh leak Bill Gates reduces Microsoft stake with $4.6bn donation Being Default Search on iPhone Costs Google $3B Teen Sent to Internet Addiction Camp Dies Within 48 Hours Aussie businesses targeted in spate of router attacks Aussie domain registrars sued over alleged fake invoice scam Australian Damien ‘kpii’ Chok earns around $A1 million in e-sport tournament Yet Another Reason Amazon Australia Is Going To Be Huge
August 17, 2017
Episode 546 - 10/08/2017
Sydney man gets suspended jail sentence for giving 8000 people free Foxtel Microsoft patches first critical Linux on Windows bug The AEC is building an app for enrolment, polling info Cuscal glitch sees Woolies shoppers charged twice Password guru regrets past advice Podcast patent ruled invalid by court Game of Thrones hackers demand ransom Disney announced its intent to pull its movies from Netflix Researchers in the United States have unveiled a prototype of a battery-free mobile phone satellite navigation is pushing nations to delve back through history altering street signs, an adversary could confuse self-driving cars and cause their machine-learning systems to misclassify signs In Android 7.0, Google introduced a new feature called "Seamless Updates The British capital has painted optical illusions on its streets as part of a pilot program to get drivers to slow down,
August 10, 2017
Episode 545 - 03/08/2017
Episode 545 - 03/08/2017
August 4, 2017
Episode 544 - 27/07/2017
New Diesel and Petrol Vehicles To Be Banned From 2040 In UK US jury indicts Bitcoin ‘mastermind’ Alexander Vinnik Fact-checking site takes to crowd-funding as 'ridiculous' ad dispute saps cash Google Maps adds the International Space Station Agencies are still paying Microsoft millions to support old systems Kaspersky offers free anti-virus software Adobe to pull plug on Flash, ending an era Mac users face threat of 'Fruitfly' malware RIP MS Paint: iconic doodling program to be retired this year
July 27, 2017
Episode 543 - 20/07/2017
Older PCs get cut from Windows 10 support Australian government to introduce laws forcing tech companies to decrypt communications Netflix now has 104 million subscribers worldwide Taiwan woman divorces husband who ignored her messages Man trapped in Texas cash machine sends 'help me' notes THE NASA ARCHIVE'S HUNDREDS OF VIDEOS ARE BEING POSTED ON YOUTUBE Misconfigured AWS bucket sees 2m Dow Jones user details exposed Free wi-fi for Adelaide's entire public transport network Apple iPhone 8: everything we know so far Game of Thrones demand so high it caused global outages Google Home launches in Australia and it speaks authentic ‘Strayan Revealed: how the K5 security robot ended up in a fountain Atari shows off Ataribox, its wood-panelled return to the video game hardware business Thousands agree to clean toilets for Wi-Fi because they didn't read the terms
July 20, 2017
Episode 542 - 13/07/2017
ASIC impersonated in "largest-scale" Australian malware outbreak in past year": MailGuard Tesla to build giant battery in South Australia in 100 days or it's free Gangnam Style is no longer the most-played video on YouTube President Trump sued for blocking people on Twitter Sharing firm loses most of its 300,000 umbrellas NSW government backs $35 million startup hub for Sydney NBN’s copper bill hits $177.1 million
July 13, 2017
Episode 541 - 06/07/2017
Episode 541 - 06/07/2017
July 7, 2017
Episode 540 - 29/06/2017
Unpatched systems caught in latest ransomware attack two Aussie companies affected Google will stop scanning Gmail to create targeted ads US woman shoots boyfriend in YouTube stunt Apple releases first public beta of iOS 11 iPhone Anniversary Edition gives analysts pre-party jitters Foxtel seeks to block changing pirate sites Virus halts speed red light fines in Vic Google faces record EU antitrust fine of more than $1.4 billion Nintendo announces mini Super Nintendo console with stellar line-up of classic games Opal card implanted in skin: Sydney transport bosses threaten to deactivate card Nokia’s revamped 3310 was just the start of a new push from the company to attract customers London Metropolitan Police's 18 000 Windows XP PCs Is a Disaster Waiting To Happen Researchers Create New Probiotic Beer That Boosts Immunity
June 29, 2017
Episode 539 - 22/06/2017
Episode 539 - 22/06/2017
June 23, 2017
Episode 538 - 15/06/2017
Apple Mac computers targeted by ransomware and spyware Australia's small banks offer Samsung Pay Turnbull govt wants to force companies to break encryption Microsoft includes Windows XP in its June Patch Tuesday releases This new technology can help predict if you're going to die Bidding for vintage Apple sneakers starts at $15,000 Taylor Swift returns to Spotify on the day Katy Perry's album comes out coinbase-digital-currency-exchange-has-outage-as-trading-soars google-targets-travel-market-with-flights-service google-trends-data-reveals-brits-are-seriously-confused-postelection Autonomous supermarket on wheels prototype goes on display in China
June 15, 2017
Episode 537 - 08/06/2017
Dropbox will open Australian point of presence hosted in Equinix data centre Kogan to sell NBN services from Vodafone Kaspersky takes Microsoft to court in Europe in Windows Defender antitrust complaint Now you can buy Instagram followers from a vending machine Apple will share its secret iPhone screen-repair machines Apple's iOS 11 update ends support for iPhone 5 and 5C Foxtel launches fresh website-blocking injunction for 17 piracy sites Crypto Asset Fund looks to raise $400 million to buy into blockchain frenzy Amazon, Kickstarter, Reddit and Mozilla are staging a net neutrality online protest
June 8, 2017
Episode 536 - 01/06/2017
Microsoft Outlook users hit by Office 365 outage ATO settles with HPE over SAN failure that caused several outages ACCC lets Telstra, TPG and other telcos pass high-speed broadband tax to customers Apple continues smartphone war to Google with new video advert campaign across social media IS terror guide encourages luring victims via Gumtree, eBay The curious case of the Disney hacking hoax Gmail enterprise users get earlier phishing detection, malicious link and external reply warnings NBN’s new pricing model comes into effect to provide a ‘discount’ rate for big users Amazon Is Refunding Up To $70 Million In-App Purchases Made By Kids Man Fined $4,000 For 'Liking' Defamatory Posts on Facebook Mary Meeker's 2017 Internet Trends Report Hollywood Is Fighting Billionaire Sean Parker's Plan To Let You Rent Movies Still in Theaters For $50 Hackers hold Sydney start-up's customer database for ransom
June 1, 2017
Episode 535 - 25/05/2017
Guest: Lidija Davis - Australian businesses lose $1.7 million to hacking scams Please DDoS us, asks Melbourne data centre provider Micron21 WannaCry workaround: French researchers find way to unlock without ransom 'Fuelling a mental health crisis': Instagram worst social network for young people's mental health Bitcoin hits $2,000 trading high point Australia gets national guidelines for driverless car trials facebook-signs-buzzfeed-vox-others-for-original-video-shows movie-and-tv-pirates-targeted-in-malware-attack-using-completely-overlooked-technique number-of-homes-in-nbn-limbo-balloons new-malware-worm-spreads-using-leaked-nsa-exploits
May 25, 2017
Episode 534 - 18/05/2017
WannaCry could spark lawsuits, but Microsoft not to blame Old Windows PCs can stop WannaCry ransomware with new Microsoft patch Windows XP is still the third most popular operating system in the world Next big update for Windows 10 revealed as the Fall Creators Update Tinder fights one-man dating platform It might be time to say goodbye to the MP3 - so let's look back at its life Australia could ban laptops on international flights The-cyber-attack-WORSE-WannaCry google-io-2017-in-challenge-to-siri-google-assistant-is-coming-to-iphone postwannacrypt-us-government-moves-to-weaken-nsa-secretkeeping hackers-reportedly-hold-disney-film-for-ransom man-thanks-iphones-siri-for-saving-his-life-in-explosion Apple to Announce New MacBook, MacBook Pro, and Possibly MacBook Air at WWDC Apple Rumored to Discontinue iPad Mini
May 18, 2017
Episode 533 - 11/05/2017
Special Guest : Alex Kidman Govt to introduce legislation for broadband tax Apple tops $800bn market cap for first time Chicken nugget tweet breaks Twitter record Microsoft makes emergency security fix Donkey Kong and Pokemon join gaming hall of fame First pirated copy of Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc surfaces on torrent website snap-ceo-scoffs-at-facebook-dismisses-concerns-after-disappointing-debut-earnings bitcoin-rises-to-record-high-in-blockchainrelated-boost bittorrent-inventor-bram-cohen-will-start-his-own-cryptocurrency the-new-iot-bot-persirai-is-like-mirai-but-worse adobe-blames-us-exchange-rate-for-big-aussie-price-hikes
May 11, 2017
Episode 532 - 04/05/2017
BBC Worldwide and Skype to launch Doctor Who Bot Facebook hires 3,000 to review content Facebook nears two billion monthly users Hacker steals and shares unreleased TV shows Massive Google Docs phishing attack hits Gmail users Microsoft debuts locked down Windows 10 S 'Can you hear me?' phone scam reaches Australia apple to create 1bn us advanced manufacturing fund nsw police charge three men with 15m tap and go fraud watch out it admins youre a hackers new target csiro on brink of breakthrough in enabling hydrogen fuel cell supplies nbn fail leaves remote emergency service cut off
May 4, 2017
Episode 531 - 27/04/2017
JB Hi Fi concedes most reputable company title Microsoft Australia smacks reseller with $1 million fine for software piracy Malware disguised as flashlight app steals passwords from Android users Computer pioneer Harry Huskey dies aged 101 Galaxy S8 battery includes 'no dogs' warning label webroot bricks windows pcs after flagging system files as malware 459511 microsoft splits win10 security software updates 459558 samsung to put galaxy note 7 back on sale within weeks featuring a new battery and lower price if youre a smartphone junkie this iphone case rations your screen time mobile phones/iphone users warned of ios 10 bug that is locking phones with just a random threefingered touch/news story billionaire paul allen pledges 30m toward permanent housing for seattles homeless/
April 27, 2017
Episode 530 - 20/04/2017
Amazon retail is officially coming to Australia Bose in court for alleged eavesdropping Fake Australian Securities and Investments Commission emails target business owners with malware Microsoft confirms it's patched most of the NSA's Windows exploits Facebook has big plans for bringing AR into your life and it will be a game changer eBay threatens to block Aussie shoppers PayPal and Google get cozy with new digital wallet partnership Melbourne IT's DNS falls over in 'major outage'
April 20, 2017
Episode 529 - 13/04/2017
MYOB customers targeted by malware with fake invoices Microsoft moves quickly to patch 'fully exploiting' zero-day Word bug Tombstones Set to Become Interactive TPG takes on Telstra, Optus, Vodafone as Australia's fourth mobile network operator with $1.26b spectrum acquisition Toshiba's future in doubt as it reveals nearly $7 billion loss Apple takes Swatch to court over 'Tick Different' ads Is the NBN heading towards a mobile iceberg? Google pulls out of massive Sydney Harbour redevelopment project THE streaming war is seriously heating up with Amazon reportedly committing $6 billion to its video-on-demand service in 2017 in a clear bid to take the fight to Netflix. Another 300,000 Australian premises are getting fibre all the way to the driveway as NBN becomes more generous with its fibre rollout. Australian telcos begin mandatory customer data harvest
April 13, 2017
Episode 528 - 06/04/2017
ACCC takes Apple to court over alleged misleading consumer guarantee representations Android overtakes Windows in OS market share for the first time Microsoft reveals price and release date for Surface Studio Diego Maradona sues over a video game NBN toi double broadband speeds for regional Australia iPhone users fooled by fake ransomware Google is helping to build another Asia-Pacific submarine cable Not a single entry for Google's Android bug bounty Virgin Australia to begin inflight wi-fi trial in April Verizon's new name for its AOL-Yahoo combination NBN to double broadband speeds for regional Australia Apple iOS 11 will make 200,000 apps totally obsolete, experts claim Scientists create wonder sieve capable of making seawater drinkable Self-healing material could soon make cracked phone screens a thing of the past IF you could, would you want to live forever — even if it meant existing in a virtual world?
April 6, 2017
Episode 527 - 23/03/2017
Microsoft calls time on Windows Vista support No updates for Windows 7/8.1 on new hardware US man loses appeal over encrypted drives Man dies charging iPhone while in the bath Google Maps launches location sharing service that lets you share your location and trip progress Apple denies security threat S8’s Cool feature the iPhone can’t match Trump shuts down teen’s kitten website Why Australia Post ransomwared its own staff but stopped after the pilot. Lastpass patches creds-stealing bugs in browser plugins
March 23, 2017
Episode 526 - 16/03/2017
US charges 4 Russian-connected Yahoo hackers over 2014 data breach Woman's headphones explode on flight to Melbourne Elon Musk offers to fix SA power network in 100 days Private details of Aussie teenage girls exposed in hack of social media app Wishbone Vibrator maker to pay out $4 million for tracking users’ sexual activity Google updates CAPTCHA to kill annoying security check box iPhone owners warned to back up data before iOS 10.3 ATM use hits 15-year low as tap-and-go payments surge
March 16, 2017
Episode 525 - 09/03/2017
WikiLeaks says it has CIA's secret trove of hacking tools Google kills off Pixel first-party notebooks AWS outage was caused by typo in a staffer's command input during S3 maintenance Premier League gets Kodi piracy court order Lithium-ion battery inventor touts new battery breakthrough
March 9, 2017
Episode 524 - 02/03/2017
Amazon Web Services outage downs major websites NBN to deliver FTTC to 700,000 homes and businesses starting this year SpaceX to fly two tourists around Moon in 2018 Yahoo CEO says on Tumblr she wants her staff to share her bonus after data breaches Network chief says often your computer problems are the fault of the retailers, not them Netflix develop a new video compression technique, reducing the amount of data used watching Domino's moves online ordering from AWS to Azure
March 2, 2017
Episode 523 - 23/02/2017
Apple's new US$5 billion headquarters opening in April MSY Technology's website will get dragged into 21st century with Magento e-commerce Microsoft and Google agree to bury pirated content in search results Beware Google Chrome scam that could inject malware into your computer 'Can you hear me?' scam has police urging people to hang up immediately YouTube ditches unskippable 30-second ads Qualcomm chip promises mobile data that’s faster than fixed line fibre Internet-connected doorbells and cameras become the latest weapon to detect and stop burglaries iPhone 8 tipped to have front side 3D camera, paving way for augmented reality Californian TV maker Vizio latest company to be caught in spying scandal
February 23, 2017
Episode 522 - 16/02/2017
Android security boss challenges ecosystem's bad rap One in four Aussies admit to getting into arguments over Netflix cheating Dubai aims to launch hover-taxi by July The reason we have to wait for The Lego Batman movie How much can you really save by going solar? Facebook Videos to Auto-Play With Sound Turned On (Ugh) Wordpress blogs defaced in hack attacks Hater - The dating app that matchmakes by hates, not likes Is Nokia bringing back the 3310 and who would want a retro phone? Macquarie, ING join Apple Pay to challenge Big Four Telstra launches Gateway Frontier to get users back online during an outage Australia will get mandatory data breach notifications this year AWS launches Chime to compete with Microsoft Skype and Cisco Apple will fight proposed “right to repair” legislation
February 16, 2017
Episode 521 - 09/02/2017
Apple to start manufacturing iPhone in India Outage strikes the Australian Taxation Office again Telstra named the most complained-about telco Smart TV vendor penalised for massive privacy violation Mass attack worldwide on internet-exposed printers Facebook Live stream of Danny Green vs Anthony Mundine fight to be pursued by Foxtel Apple's 10th anniversary 'iPhone X' could cost more than $USD1 000 - report Fire breaks out at Samsung factory responsible for Note 7 battery production
February 9, 2017
Episode 520 - 02/02/2017
Telstra restores calls but SMS still down It’s official: Google is sexier than Apple Vaya offers 70GB data for $65 a month Lego's launched a,"safe",social,network,for,under-13s,on,a,new,app,,called,Lego,Life. 'Father,of,Pac-Man',Masaya,Nakamura,dies Not,guilty,plea,in,landmark,Kodi,box,trial Trump's inauguration breaks live streaming records Australia’s longest running television show about video games has been cancelled Telstra mobile gadget to deliver downloads 10 times faster than the National Broadband Network Linksys’ mesh router system will bring better NBN Wi-Fi to Aussie homes
February 2, 2017
Episode 518 - 19/01/2017
NBN puts up $150,000 in grants for organisations using the network Australia ranks 50th in the world for average internet speeds at 9.6Mbps ATO takes online services down for the third consecutive weekend Pokemon GO made $1.2 billion in 2016 Newly-discovered Mac malware runs ancient code Zuckerberg files lawsuit against native Hawaiians to force land sales
January 20, 2017
Episode 517 - 12/01/2017
Apple's $5 billion 'spaceship' campus is covered in mud Why Are Coins Hidden Inside Some Of Apple’s MacBooks? Kogan launches $570 Atlas Ultraslim Windows laptop to challenge MacBook Air Apple's iPhone celebrates its 10th anniversary Norway's controversial radio switch-off Microsoft to appease privacy critics with Win10 update
January 13, 2017
Episode 516 - 05/01/2017
Episode 516 - 05/01/2017
January 6, 2017
Episode 515 - 22/12/2016
NBN Solar Torrents
December 22, 2016
Episode 514 - 15/12/2016
Ovo Mobile offers $9.95 plans designed for kids on Optus 4G network Apple starts selling AirPod headphones after two-month delay ATO website outage blamed on HPE 3PAR storage problem Apple now lets customers schedule servicing directly with Australian resellers Google will be 100% renewable powered by next year ATO reveals 2014-15 tax bills for Apple, Microsoft, Google, Telstra, IBM and more 'One billion' affected by Yahoo hack The Pirate Bay must be blocked in Australia, court rules Man spends stolen $1m on Game of War Apple tackles calendar spam with 'report junk' button Minecraft blocks used to make virtual Atari 2600 console
December 15, 2016
Episode 513 - 08/12/2016
Fitbit confirms Pebble takeover deal YouTube's $1bn royalties are not enough, says music industry Apple Music attracts 20 million subscribers in 18 months Galaxy S8 will likely ditch headphone jack You can now use Spotify to control your Sonos speakers Report: Apple in talks with studios to offer current cinema releases in-home
December 9, 2016
Episode 512 - 01/12/2016
ACCC takes reseller MSY Technology to court over misrepresentation of consumer rights Amazon Web Services' will migrate 100PB with a truck Telstra says goodbye to 2G Google to set up Sydney threat detection team Australian banks told to build APIs to share data by 2018 Facebook tries to keep us using Messenger by introducing new games, including arcade classics Cards Against Humanity’s Black Friday pointless crowdfunding sees people put $100,000 down hole iPhone update leaves users furious due to battery drain issue Apple Glass: what the company needs to get right to make smart eyewear succeed Curved iPhone on the cards for next year, says report ACCC’s draft decision on Apple Pay case rejects banks claim for NFC access and collective bargaining
December 1, 2016
Episode 511 - 24/11/2106
Apple brings back online sales event for 'Black Friday' after a year of absence Apple to swap 'faulty' iPhone 6S batteries Google stops booking Australian profits in Singapore The rise in selfie deaths and how to stop them Apple Abandons Development of Wireless Routers Jony Ive Said to Be 'As Connected to Product Design as Ever' Following Speculation About His Role iPhone 8 to Feature All-Glass Casing in Order to Support Wireless Charging
November 24, 2016
Episode 510 - 17/11/2016
Episode 510 - 17/11/2016
November 18, 2016
Episode 509 - 10/11/2016
Guest: Steven Cooper @developersteve Facebook takes on LinkedIn with job postings Adobe slaps on GST for Aussie customers Foxtel becomes an NBN reseller More bad news as Samsung recalls 2.8m washing machines in US The ISP that Telstra's David Thodey was worried about is here Apple Pay expands in Australia to 31 small banks
November 10, 2016
Episode 508 - 03/11/2016
Microsoft reseller pays $250,000 over copyright infringement Leaked medical data exposes 1.3 million records Apple lifts the lid on three new MacBook Pros Torrent website has devised a plan to outsmart Google and the rights holders trying to shut it down
November 3, 2016
Episode 507 - 27/10/2016
Anti-malware product scam 'Hicurdismos' targeting Windows users Apple delays AirPod rollout because it needs more time before the product is ready Apple revenue declines for first time since 2001 Australia #censusfail: Derision greets simple fix failure Microsoft launches Surface Studio at Windows 10 event Woman 'sexually assaulted' in virtual reality by cyber-groper Is Facebook going to start freeing the nipple? The reviews are in: Google's Pixel phone takes on the iPhone 7 More than 1 million people are still using Samsung's potentially explosive Note 7
October 27, 2016
Episode 506 - 20/10/2016
Satya Nadella coming to Australia Microsoft employees now happier than Apple's Samsung puts booths in Aussie airports to swap exploding Note 7s Vic Privacy Commissioner warns against profiling job candidates online Apple patents its new big design: an oversized pot plant that has no hidden technology It’s Goodbye QWERTY, Hello Emojis as Apple Rethinks the Keyboard Apple to Introduce New Macs at October 27 Event Tim Cook Was Named to Hillary Clinton's List of Vice Presidential Candidates Apple Abandons Car Plans 'For Now,' Sets Late 2017 Deadline to Decide Fate of Self-Driving System Vodafone conducts live 5G trial with nokia and University of Technology, Sydney
October 20, 2016
Episode 505 - 13/10/2016
Samsung sends fireproof packaging and gloves to Note7 owners Microsoft gives HoloLens Australian launch date Gamer's funeral live-streamed on Twitch TV Microsoft to live-stream Oct. 9NOW LAUNCHES ON GOOGLE CHROMECAST BoM unveils first-ever weather app Apple responds to photo sharing claims
October 13, 2016
Episode 504 - 06/10/2016
Apple pushing out OS Sierra update automatically Microsoft Band removed from sale Vodafone to scrap 2G next year Google to launch Cloud Platform in Australia Listening to the music of Turing's computer Smoking Samsung phone prompts US plane evacuation Waves of relief after launch of NBN Co's Sky Muster II satellite FOXTEL PLAY LAUNCHING HD IN EARLY 2017 Oombrella: the smart umbrella that knows more than you do Aussie networks shoot themselves in the foot (again) with the death of Presto Netflix Catalogue: Now With 50 Per Cent Fewer Movies And TV Shows
October 7, 2016
Episode 503 - 22/09/2016
Apple sells out initial batch of iPhone 7 Plus Apple ships final version of macOS Sierra Almost 95 per cent of Aussie households have completed Census with two days to go Netflix exec says it’s ‘absolutely inaccurate’ that Aussie Netflix customers get ‘screwed’ Malware-infected USB sticks posted to Australian homes
September 22, 2016
Episode 502 - 15/09/2016
JB Hi-Fi acquires The Good Guys for $870m iOS 10 is coming. What are the best new features? Apple's iOS 10 update bricks devices Chrome to start shaming HTTP sites Shane Warne emojis: Spin king to have his own line, WarnieMojis
September 15, 2016
Episode 501 - 08/09/2016
Apple unveils iPhone 7 Apple turns down an actual genius for Genius Bar job Samsung Australia recalls 50,000 Galaxy Note7 smartphones Sony reveals PS4 Pro with 4K graphics
September 9, 2016
Episode 500 - 01/09/2016
Apple announces date for next big product unveiling Sept 7 Apple quietly kills off 'Store' Harvey Norman, Apple among most complained-about businesses NSW Apple forced to pay $20 billion in unpaid taxes Five dollar banknote rollout starts today Windows 10 Anniversary Update blocks webcams
September 1, 2016
Episode 498 - 11/08/2016
there was no cyber-attack on Census, data was untouched Microsoft backflips on Australian Office 365 migrations Telstra prepares for 5G network Seagate announces 60TB 3.5in solid-state drive Microsoft slashes Windows 10 rollback period Quadrooter flaws menace 900 million Android devices Apple Said to Plan First Pro Laptop Overhaul in Four Years
August 13, 2016
Episode 497 - 04/08/2016
Online reseller Newegg opens Aussie eBay store, slashes membership fee Jail and $700,000 fine: UAE makes VPN illegal Online reseller pays ACCC penalty for misleading customers Net's .web domain sold for $135m IPhone fire left me with severe burns, says cyclist Scientist comes up with theory we could all just be brains kept in a jar living in fake reality How to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update How to get the Anniversary Update from Windows Update
August 4, 2016
Episode 496 - 28/07/2016
Ransomware is only going to get worse: Cisco Microsoft reveals new features for Windows 10 Anniversary Apple celebrates one billion iPhones GOOD NEWS SYDNEY, UBER NOW DELIVERS FOOD This Incredible Collection of 400 Vintage Boomboxes Is Up For Sale How the ABS plans to use your Census name data Hackers can pick off, inject wireless keyboard keystrokes iPhone Rumored to Include Iris Scanning Capabilities Starting in 2018 Apple Appoints Bob Mansfield to Oversee Electric Vehicle Team Apple Car's Rumored 2020 Launch Target May Have Slipped to 2021
July 28, 2016
Episode 495 - 21/07/2016
Sunshine Coast to get digital water meters JAPAN ENDING VCR PRODUCTION THIS MONTH STAN BRINGS NATIVE APP TO WINDOWS 10 AND WINDOWS MOBILE WITH CORTANA INTEGRATION ABC NOW LIVE STREAMING ALL OF ITS CHANNELS THROUGH IVIEW NINTENDO RELEASING MINIATURE NES PRELOADED WITH 30 GAMES FOR AUD$99.95 Petition urges Apple not to release technology for jamming phone cameras KickAss Torrents: How did the US Government bring down the file-sharing site? Apple Facing Class Action Lawsuit for Offering Refurbished Replacement Devices Under AppleCare+ Apple Releases iOS 9.3.3 With Bug Fixes and Performance Improvements
July 21, 2016
Episode 494 - 14/07/2016
DroidJack Uses Side-Load…It's Super Effective! Backdoored Pokemon GO Android App Found Dick Smith verdict: creditors lose $260 million Telstra comes last in Netflix ISP speed rankings Check out the Apollo 11 source code Phishing scam targets illegal Game of Thrones pirates Dick Smith to sell $499 3D printer Huge home-built computer used for Tetris Safety experts slam ‘drift’ mode on new Ford Focus RS World’s official clocks will recognise an extra second Apple to launch its own reality TV show Public Beta of iOS 10 Now Available for Download Public Beta of macOS Sierra Now Available
July 14, 2016
Episode 490 - 04/06/2016
Australian govt installing 'traffic lights' in pavement for smartphone safety Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone Kogan tipped for $50 million IPO Apple iOS update fixes bricked iPad Pros Former Apple ad guru Ken Segall says company is losing touch with its heritage of simplicity Apple Campus 2 Drone Video Shows Progress on Main Building With New Solar Panels, Windows iPhone 7 Series Said to Have 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB Storage Options
June 4, 2016
Episode 489 - 28/05/2016
US nuclear weapons system uses 8-inch floppy disks One in five Australians use pirated software Apple hires Blackphone founder amid encryption fight Harvey Norman offers three-hour delivery Email fail at Do Not Call Register, thousands of contacts exposed Forced Windows 10 installation plagues users
May 29, 2016
Episode 488 - 19/05/2016
JB Hi-Fi in talks to buy The Good Guys Myer and eBay launch world first virtual reality department store Netflix launches simple test to prove how slow your internet is Popular adult website launches confounding mobile-based exercise game More than 100 million LinkedIn credentials spotted for sale Microsoft to increase app advertising in Windows 10 Google to phase out Flash by end-of-year Harvey Norman caught using Kogan screen Telstra customers irate over DNS outage Google Translate now works with any text on Android
May 19, 2016
Episode 487 - 12/05/2016
Amazon launches competitor to YouTube JB Hi-Fi takes top spot on reputation rankings John McAfee named CEO of tech investment house Kogan sells Windows two-in-one for $259 Optus finally joins Telstra, Vodafone with voice-over-LTE Microsoft warns free Windows 10 offer expires soon Space Invaders and Sonic added to gaming hall of fame Apple is preparing to abandon music downloads. 2017 iPhone May Feature Edge-to-Edge Display With Embedded Touch ID Sensor, Front-Facing Camera Apple's notebook shipments plummet
May 12, 2016
Episode 486 - 05/05/2016
World Password Day is Thursday. Remember to change your shared passwords for video on demand sites 10-year-old boy wins $13,000 for hacking Instagram Dick Smith reopens under Kogan react to budget 2016 Judge forces woman to give fingerprint to unlock iPhone Aldi launches 4G mobile plans on Telstra network Telstra releases 4G on wholesale Hackers steal Gumtree customer data Google given access to London patient records for research Apple loses trademark fight over 'iPhone' name in China YouTube Working on 'Unplugged' TV Subscription Service for 2017 as Hulu Confirms Live TV Plans No data, no problem: Use Google Maps offline
May 6, 2016
Episode 485 - 28/04/2016
More than 7 million Minecraft credentials exposed World's most secure phone on sale for just $20,000 Can using a computer really fight dementia? An evening with Steve Wozniak Man Found Dead in Apple Conference Room Was Employee What should Apple do next?
April 28, 2016
Episode 484 - 21/04/2016
Apple: iPhones, Apple Watches should last three years Apple beefs up MacBook and MacBook Air All done: Dick Smith closes 195 remaining stores IBM posts worst revenue in 14 years Xbox 360 games console discontinued by Microsoft Apple 'abandons' QuickTime on Windows Apple Reportedly Running Secret Car Lab in German Capital Apple Car Talks With Daimler and BMW Fell Apart Over Leadership Issues, iCloud New 12-Inch MacBook Tidbits: 15% Faster, 41.4-Watt-Hour Battery, Refurb Price Drop, and More AuDA to allow direct registrations in .au Australia Post trials parcel delivery by drone
April 21, 2016
Episode 483 - 14/04/2016
Episode 483 - 14/04/2016
April 15, 2016
Episode 482 - 07/04/2016
Cloud POS vendor Square adds 490 Australian resellers Reward for dobbing in pirates quadruples to $20,000 Sydney school bans laptops: labels them 'scandalous waste of money' Bitdefender's free tool protects against TeslaCrypt, Locky, CTB-Locker ransomware FBI agrees to unlock another iPhone in homicide case Hackers charge big bucks for stolen Aussie creds Telstra customers hammer network on free data day Kodak launches new Super 8 camera US Army hopes to outfit soldiers with tiny drones by 2018 NASA's use of HoloLens puts you on Mars with Buzz Aldrin Apple Admits To Serious iOS 9.3.1 Problem Will Apple's FBI Tussle Take a Bite Out of the Brand? Tesla steals the show with the Model 3
April 7, 2016
Episode 481 - 31/12/2016
Special Guests Steven Cooper and Steve Dalton Malvertising strikes Gumtree Apple can now demand iPhone hack from FBI Optus rolls out Uber wi-fi All Dick Smith stores to shut by 30 April Ransomware uses Dropbox to overwrite hard drives Windows 10 cracks 270 million users
April 1, 2016
Episode 480 - 24/03/2016
Israeli firm aids FBI to crack encrypted iPhone: report Telstra suffers another outage Vodafone offers free month to lure unhappy Telstra users Apple unveils cheaper iPhone SE with top-range specs Apple reveals 9.7-inch iPad Pro Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen pledges $100 million toward cutting-edge biotech research BMW announces Android app integration Australian Lawyers And Scholars Are Encouraging Civil Disobedience In This Year's Census FBI says it might not need Apple’s help unlocking that iPhone after all, asks to postpone hearing (UPDATE: Postponed!) Sophos UTM Home Edition MythResults Summarizes the Tests from Every Episode of MythBusters Apple may have reached its peak Nintendo to cease Wii U production in 2016
March 25, 2016
Episode 479 - 17/03/2016
Xbox Finally Opens the Door for Multiplayer Across Consoles Android fingerprint scanners can be fooled by an inkjet printer Apple reportedly goes Google cloud, cuts reliance on AWS JB Hi-Fi builds NBN army Anonymous declares 'total war' on Donald Trump Dick Smith vendor awaits Kogan's next move Victoria trials satellite scans to detect water leaks from space Foxtel, Village Roadshow want IP address, URL piracy site blocking Apple appoints Cookie Monster as its spokesman Optus to launch 24-hour EPL channel...but only for its own customers Watch a cancer operation at any angle via Google Cardboard Munzee The IKEA effect: Building your own robot makes you love it more Uber's New Family Profiles Lets Up to 10 Riders Share One Account The best drone racer in the world just won $250,000 US Army turns to phone app to prevent base attacks The gloves are off: FBI argues it can force Apple to turn over iPhone source code Dick Smith Extended Warranties Will Be Honoured How To Find A Hidden Battery Report Feature On Your Windows 10 Laptop Windows 7 users complain of unprovoked Windows 10 auto-upgrades Google Gets Apple to Jump Aboard Its Cloud Business (Though It May Not Last) Apple Leak Reveals First 'iPhone 7 Pro' Images Apple Watch 2 release date, design and feature rumours: Apple launch event announced for 21 March - invites go out | How to watch 21 March event ‘Worried’: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak isn’t a fan of the Apple Watch
March 17, 2016
Episode 478 - 10/03/2106
Malware hijacks big four Australian banks' apps, steals two-factor SMS codes Square's card reader coming to Apple, Officeworks, Bunnings First-known Mac ransomware targets Apple users Toshiba's robot is designed to be more human-like Headphones use ear canals to carry out ID checks Skype ditches support for smart TVs Driverless lorries to be trialled in UK Microsoft's Surface Book Ads Borrow Music From Apple to Focus on Things a Mac 'Just Can’t Do' Google tests app that lets you pay with little more than a smile German Court Says Websites Need Consent to Send Visitor Data to Facebook Destinations on Google Is a One-Stop Travel Planning Tool for Your Mobile Phone Lumino City Email inventor Ray Tomlinson dies Tony Dyson, Creator of R2-D2, Has Passed Away Fresco News teams with Fox stations for crowd-sourced coverage Microsoft to court: Make Comcast give us the Windows-pirating subscriber's info Embrace mining technology innovation, urges Ryan Stokes Snowden: FBI's claim it can't unlock the San Bernardino iPhone is 'bullshit' Google ordered to hand over names of fake reviewers in Dutch court case
March 10, 2016
Episode 477 - 03/03/2016
The Dick Smith customer database is for sale Sony recalls VAIO laptop batteries Telstra offers 200GB of free OneDrive Google admits 'some responsibility' after self-driving car hits bus Watch Steve Ballmer dunk 7-Eleven app lets users lock in cheapest petrol price Kanye West uses The Pirate Bay just like everyone else Apple Planning to Debut OLED iPhone in 2017 iPhone 7 May Feature Flush Camera, Stereo Speakers and Thinner Lightning Port iCar release date rumours, features and images: Apple CEO Tim Cook comments on Apple Car rumours The Raspberry Pi 3 Adds Built-In Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Gets a 50% Speed Boost In Sweden, McDonalds Happy Meal Boxes Turn Into Google Cardboard-like VR Headsets Now Coca-Cola is Getting in on Cheap Cardboard VR Headsets Windows 10 Updates Are Deleting Some Apps Without Notifying Users Dubai hosts the first World Drone Prix on March 11th
March 3, 2016
Episode 476 - 25/02/2016
Dick Smith closes doors: 2,500 jobs gone Harvey Norman fends off Microsoft price gouging accusations Telstra to unleash 1Gbps mobile this year John McAfee: I'll crack San Bernardino shooter's iPhone Apple backflips on bricked iPhones Skype group videos unleashed on Android, iOS Player Discovers Secret Menus In Mortal KombatGames After Over 20 Years I have a new toy - TL-SG1024DE Apple Reported To Argue Code Should Be Protected As Free Speech In FBI Fight Facebook rolls out 'reactions’ for when a like isn’t enough Nokia: We’re In No Rush To Get Our Brand Back On Phones Tesla Model S for kids iphone 7 Rumours Qantas to introduce free high-speed Wi-Fi under ViaSat deal Mattel's ThingMaker 3D printer will give kids toys on tap Monopoly money is no more in the new Ultimate Banking edition HTC Vive Will Cost $800 and Hit Shelves in Early April Qantas will struggle to deliver on high-speed wi-fi promise, says expert Google Is Laying Picasa in the Grave, Moving Over to Google Photos Dick Smith to close its doors for good Google Is Laying Picasa in the Grave, Moving Over to Google Photos
February 25, 2016
Episode 475 - 18/02/2016
One customer chews through 425GB of data in Telstra free-for-a day Ransomware offers live chat 'help' Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Centre pays $17000 Ransomware 1Tbps: researchers break broadband speed record Toshiba Australia recalls PC batteries due to fire hazard Kogan Mobile unveils $9 unlimited plan Kanye West album 'pirated 500,000 times' already Great-grandmother accused of Robert Redford film piracy Kanye West wants $1 billion from Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Great-grandmother accused of Robert Redford film piracy Sir Paul McCartney creates music for Skype emojis Apple recalls faulty MacBook USB-C cables Why You Should Care About Apple's Fight With The FBI Hard-coded password exposes up to 46,000 video surveillance DVRs to hacking Breakthrough enables downloads 50,000 times faster than 'superfast' broadband Hackers break into Ringo Starr's Twitter account with scary-simple method Streaming service JB Hi-Fi Now to shut down
February 18, 2016
Episode 474 - 11/02/2016
MyTransLink has a new feature – the trip announcer! Doctor Who Digital Pinball Table - Fully Funded ACCC to pursue Apple for bricking iPhones Optus is most complained-about telco Telstra giving away data to all mobile customers due to outage Microsoft boss Pip Marlow joins Australian Rugby Union board Google to show anti-terrorism ads to would-be extremists 'Netflix tax' bill hits parliament Vic police want to shoot GPS trackers at fleeing cars Australian PPC-1 cable cut, out of action until March Thousands flock to 'malware museum' Dallas Buyers Club Throws In The Towel On iiNet Piracy Case What a Week Telstra Has Had - 2 Outages France gives Facebook 3 months to stop snooping on non-users’ browsing history Google's Chromecast 2 And Chromecast Audio Are Finally Coming To Australia Java installer flaw shows why you should clear your Downloads folder TIME FOR A BETTER BUSINESS PLAN? Telstra explains network outage as worker faces the music YouTube Red is coming to Australia, but who, if anybody, should be worried?
February 11, 2016
Episode 473 - 04/02/2016
Apple recalls AC wall plug adapters in Australia Telstra overtakes Woolworths as most valuable brand Apple iPad Pro outsold Microsoft Surface Pro in Q4 Father found not guilty of theft after confiscating daughter's iPhone Google denies giving $60,000 to Labor Party Google adds Aussie twang to voice search Youtube Said To Be Working To Stream Live 360 Video TV recording comes to Apple TV Google parent Alphabet overtakes Apple as world’s most valuable company Stop using Microsoft Edge's InPrivate mode if you value your privacy
February 4, 2016
Episode 472 - 28/01/2016
Apple can read your iMessages despite encryption A widow's battle to access her husband’s Apple account Drone Racing NAB lets customers tap and pay on Android phones Google's VirusTotal now picks out suspicious firmware AI pioneer Marvin Minsky dies aged 88 Stan signs multi-year content deal with premier US network Showtime iPhone's Safari browser crashed for millions of Apple users - and here's how to fix it Apple set to report flatlining iPhone sales Apple: Has the tech giant finally lost its bite? International Data Privacy Day: How Secure Are You? US Netflix Blocked? Here's How To Fix It And Watch Everything Google Wants To Forget It Ever Tried To Sell Humans Google Glass iPhone, Mac users warned not to click viral link Zach Sims Of Codecademy On Running A Company That (Still) Doesn’t Charge Users
January 28, 2016
Episode 471 - 21/01/2016
Fire fears force Microsoft to recall Surface power cords Microsoft to donate $1 billion of cloud services Uber explores on-demand helicopters with Airbus Largest known prime number discovered in Missouri Netflix shares jump as customers numbers surge Minecraft to launch education edition Do you understand the teen slang on Sixty-one agencies want access to Aussie metadata Netflix closes in on VPN loophole, is unfazed Apple experimenting with Li-Fi technology on future iPhones Trump Says He Will Force Apple To Manufacture In The US Even Though That Makes Absolutely No Sense Microsoft leaks new HoloLens details
January 21, 2016
Episode 470 - 14/01/2016
Better to sell Mac1 separately from Dick Smith: creditors told Coles, Kogan, Woolworths offer relief for useless Dick Smith gift cards Apple's Finally Improving Its Data-Munching Wi-Fi Assist SA govt to trial digital drivers' licences Apple reveals pay packets of top execs David Bowie: The internet pioneer Bitcoin company to finally list on ASX Dutch Police Claim They Can Crack Emails On Special Encrypted Blackberries H.265/HEVC vs H.264/AVC: 50% bitrate savings verified Hard-coded password raises new backdoor eavesdropping fears Australians Join Global Protest Against Laws To Weaken Encryption Australian Pirates May Be Behind Record Mass Movie Screeners Leak
January 14, 2016
Episode 469 - 07/01/2016
Foxconn workers get rare holiday Web developers rejoice; Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 die Kim Kardashian's Kimoji App Breaks Apple Store After Insane Amount of Downloads Apple OS X named most vulnerable software of 2015 Twitter considering 10,000-character limit Dick Smith seeks white knight as vouchers, lay-bys become worthless Windows 10 already on 200 million devices John McAfee launches funding drive for password replacement tech iPhone 4s users file class action over iOS9 update Netflix Everywhere: now streaming (almost) worldwide Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 Finally Die Next Week Apple scales back iPhone orders NBN Responds To Claims FTTP Is Better Value Than FTTN
January 7, 2016
Episode 468 - 17/12/2015
Optus fined for false NBN speed claims Teachers in line for $37m as court rules on laptop scheme Short supply of Surface stock slows channel expansion Facebook enters transport business with Uber Uber legal in NSW, taxi owners to be compensated Netflix to offer better-looking streams and reduce data usage by up to 20 per cent Australia's banks sign up to Android Pay Tax Office to spend $189m banishing the paper group certificate Microsoft apologises, partly restores OneDrive cloud quotas Next Byte brand to disappear as Apple reseller shuts down Fans' first glimpse of Star Wars: The Force Awakens: 'A sacred experience' Microsoft backflips on OneDrive cloud storage cut Netflix to offer better-looking streams and reduce data usage by up to 20 per cent Apple has a secret laboratory where it’s developing thinner and brighter iPhone displays, Vodafone turns 'Vodafail' around MacKeeper discloses 13 million Mac users’ details with poor hash protection US, China reach cyberespionage agreement Multiple US Airlines Ban Hoverboards Because They Keep Catching On Fire Why Pandora Shares Are Going Crazy
December 17, 2015
Episode 467 - 10/12/2015
Tesla announces Australian partners for Powerwall Apple Just Got Rid Of All Your Battery Life Woes For A Small Fee Of $165! Dick Smith fire sale fails to ignite shares ATO grabs 30 years of property records to catch tax cheats DBC waters down damages claim to access alleged iiNet pirates Apple plugs large number of security holes in iOS 9.2 Fixed Wireless NBN Gets A Speed Boost Google Wants To Patent A Blood-Sucking Smartwatch US Court Rules That Breaking Your Employer's Computer Policy Isn't A Crime
December 10, 2015
Episode 466 - 03/12/2015
Microsoft buries hatchet with Apple in heartwarming TV ad China blamed for "massive" Australian cyber-attack: ABC Mark Zuckerberg to give 99% of Facebook shares to charity Apple buys virtual reality startup Faceshift US$7 Raspberry Pi Zero: smallest, cheapest model yet TELSTRA UNDERCUTS APPLE ON IPHONE 5S PRICING Soundcloud has come under fire for removing a track with no audio due to copyright infringement Las Vegas man sues Tinder date for genital herpes China blamed for 'massive' cyber-attack on Bureau of Meteorology computer The iPhone May Ditch The Headphone Jack, For Real This Time Toymaker VTech Leaks Millions of Parent Emails and Child Photos in Latest Massive Breach Privacy vulnerability exposes VPN users’ real IP addresses
December 3, 2015
Episode 465 - 26/11/2015
Avoid Star Wars spoilers online with this handy Chrome extension Dell admits to security hole in new laptops NSW citizens face jail for possessing files for 3D-printed guns Apple admits to iPad Pro freezing issue Google offers YouTube copyright support AMD Rectifies Crashes in Diablo 3 and GTA 5 with New Crimson Drivers Ahmed Mohamed demands $15m compensation and written apology following homemade clock arrest Super Fish-Like Rogue Certificates ‘Found Pre-installed’ On Dell PCs Netflix is developing a Lost in Space remake NBN Might Have To Replace Optus' Messy, Broken Cable Network
November 26, 2015
Episode 464 - 19/11/2015
YouTube Kids MOQdigital assists in body monitoring for construction workers. David Hasselhoff changes name for Optus reseller Men of tech strip down for Movember calendar Microsoft pushes Windows 10 to enterprise with major update Build-your-own smartwatch raises $1.5m Anonymous 'declares war' on Islamic State Apple Pay makes Australian debut Chinese and Russian Hackers Tried to Steal Australia's Future Submarine Plans Fast broadband for all by 2020 pledged by David Cameron Nine Out of Ten of the Internet’s Top Websites Are Leaking Your Data Microsoft Will Guess Your Emotion In A Photo Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 has a slightly better screen than the iPad Pro iPad Pro vs Microsoft Surface Pro 4: Design and Specs
November 19, 2015
Episode 463 - 12/11/2015
Optus gained 314,000 4G customers last quarter Ransomware spreads from PCs to the web Get an Apple Watch or die warns Tim Cook A LOOK INSIDE SYDNEY'S MICROSOFT STORE APPLE MUSIC NOW AVAILABLE FOR ANDROID Star Wars teaches you how to code your very own game Sony says goodbye to Betamax tapes Microsoft Will Guess Your Emotion In A Photo Nine Out of Ten of the Internet’s Top Websites Are Leaking Your Data Fast broadband for all by 2020 pledged by David Cameron Chinese and Russian Hackers Tried to Steal Australia's Future Submarine Plans
November 12, 2015
Episode 462 - 05/11/2015 Band 2 to launch exclusively at Microsoft Sydney store Microsoft removes Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 from OEM PC sales Amazon opens physical book shop Top five tablet vendors of last quarter Microsoft blames greedy users as it kills unlimited OneDrive How an NRL player was sacked after email autofill fail Xbox One to get Windows 10 WARNING: Do Not Post Your Winning Ticket On Social Media GoPro sued by Polaroid camera maker Refunds over 'unfixable' Batman game bugs BPAY steps closer to instant payments You'll Only Be Able To Buy A Windows 7 Or 8.1 PC For One More Year Google will let artificial intelligence reply to your email Cheap PC Parts Giant Newegg Is Now Shipping To Australia
November 5, 2015
Episode 461 - 29/10/2015
$200,000 Jaguar hacked and stolen IBM installing almost 2,000 Macs per week Apple made $15.5 billion last quarter Internet-connected kettles leak wi-fi passwords Kogan launches $999 high-performance notebook Nine to launch new lifestyle channel 9Life and stream all channels 24/7 Apple Pay to land in Australia this year XBOX ONE BACKWARD COMPATIBILITY LAUNCHES ON NOVEMBER 12 NEW APPLE TV NOW AVAILABLE TO ORDER STARTING AT AUD$269 Why Apple Is Our Best Hope To Stop Online Fraud Google's Getting Serious About Battery Life With The Next Android Version
October 29, 2015
Episode 460 - 22/10/2015
Apple's popularity fueling the growth of OS X malware Surface Book, Surface Pro 4 to launch at Sydney Microsoft Store Kogan re-enters telco space with Vodafone Coles reselling Optus prepaid plans for $10 Telstra's Netflix streaming TV device will cost $109 YouTube to launch subscription service Tesla Powerwall home battery coming to Australia within months Telstra TV keeps unmetered streaming in the family Coming to an area near you: NBN reveals three-year rollout plan
October 23, 2015
Episode 459 - 15/10/2015
Apple removes apps over security concerns Apple upgrades iMacs with Retina and Force Touch US website flogs Microsoft Band 2 to Aussies Google Australia's holding company changes to Alphabet Google offers virtual reality Street View Australia begins mass data retention under new law Minecraft player's 35-hour gaming marathon 'Liking' on Facebook is about to get interesting with new 'reactions' emoticons Video games: US voice actors approve strike action Queensland kids as young as four to learn coding, robotics Apple Raises Mac Prices in Brazil, New Zealand, Norway and Malaysia
October 15, 2015
Episode 458 - 08/10/2015
Microsoft unveils first laptop and Surface Pro 4 Lumina Phones Surface 4 Symantec signs Jarryd Hayne, gives $123,000 to Beyondblue Amazon bans Google Chromecast and Apple TV You Can Actually Drive This Lexus Made Out of Cardboard Rock Band 4 Is Insanely Expensive In Australia
October 8, 2015