We chat to the CEO of Antstream about creating a retro game streaming service and how it fits into the future of gaming.
Podcasts from the Byteside network
This week’s show debates the Gravitas Glory esports beer, the hunt for the white whale PS5, and the big TV shows coming soon.
Sarah Tatsis tells us about how vehicle data and in-car information systems are evolving and how to protect the data while making it useful.
We speak to some of the brains behind the Optus Gamer Plan to learn what’s going on behind the scenes to make this more than marketing.
Xbox is there. PlayStation isn’t officially but it kinda is. All the big brands have already shown us a lot and there’s still more to come – so what’s looking good and what’s lurking in the days ahead? Seamus and Kosta Andreadis talk it through on the latest High Resolution.
It’s been too long but the Byteside podcast is back for a catch up on what we’ve been watching and playing, plus WWDC and the Fastly mess.
Seamus talks to Scott Shicoff and Kris Zierhut from the Diablo Immortal team about putting hardcore PVP into the mobile action RPG.
We need more short videogames in the world. We chat to Jordi de Paco from Deconstructeam on their devotion to making them.
In this sponsored episode, we speak to Wesley Allen, Business Leader for IBM Cloud Platform in ANZ, to talk about why the future of the cloud is hybrid and the questions businesses should ask themselves on their digital transformation journey.
James Delaney, Managing Director of Blockworks, talks about creating a game about climate change in Minecraft and the game’s creative power.
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.
In the latest Byteside podcast we talk imaging technologies and interfaces, from Adobe’s latest enhancement tech to AR and VR interfaces.
From failing to launch one of the first Android phones to battles with Gerry Harvey, we talk to Kogan himself about all things Kogan.