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Enforced temptation control?

Do school kids need some help resisting the temptation of the smartphone? Do the rest of us? Plus Apple, QR codes, Netflix Direct and more.

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
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Enforced temptation control?

This week Nic's back and we're looking at a mixed bag of shiny new tech and some digital dilemmas.

We check out Apple's new laptops with its own chips – and how should we talk about amazing speed claims before we've had the chance to test the benchmarks for ourselves? Plus Yondr in Australian schools – do we need to enforce self control around our smartphones? Do adults need it just as much as teens?

All that and QR codes becoming mandatory for contact tracing in NSW, and why Seamus is way too keen on Netflix Direct while Nic things it's all a tragic joke.

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