Seamus is joined by Steven Farrelly and Jeremy Ray to discuss the ABC Four Corners episode about manipulative practices in the videogames industry. What did it get wrong? What did it get right? Where’s the nuance?
With the Sonos Roam portable speaker launching soon, we speak to the Director of Global Product Marketing at Sonos, Ryan Richards.
From failing to launch one of the first Android phones to battles with Gerry Harvey, we talk to Kogan himself about all things Kogan.
Comfort, great battery life and a seamless union of simultaneous Bluetooth and 2.4GHz sources makes this exactly the headset I’d been hoping for.
Byteside kicks off a new daily bulletin that will get you the most interesting tech news in under five minutes. And you can sub it now.
We talk to Ron Curry, CEO of IGEA, about the Australian video game development survey for 2020, covering the good, the bad and the politics.
This week on the show we’re examining Nintendo Direct and Sony’s State of Play to see what’s exciting us in 2021’s videogame line up.
Byteside chats with key designers on the Hearthstone team during BlizzConline about the big changes coming to the Year of the Gryphon.
With the arrival of Star on Disney+ we take the chance to look at the state of the scene. Is there too much or is this the Cambrian explosion we need?
We talk to BuildBee co-founders about their company and its place in the 3D printing ecosystem as they prepare to go global.
With Sydney getting its first Zero Latency, we catch up with CEO Tim Ruse to look at the history and future of these freeroaming VR centres.