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.
Here’s our first very quick look at the features that jumped out during the opening keynote of Apple WWDC 2021.
Microsoft draws the line, Google Reader is back (kind of), Twitter admits image crops were biased, and lots more in today’s news round up.
PentanetGG’s big win, NBN Co’s big fail, smart parking for NSW, Apple lossless (and Amazon’s too), plus Boyega, Magic and more.
While I’m largely against the corporatisation of Pride, I still love the Apple Watch Pride band.
The new Mac Mini with an M1 chip has a lot of firepower. So how does it stack up against Intel’s Hades Canyon gamer NUC? We run the tests.
The ACCC lets rural presses work together against the tech giants, AFP tackles local scammers, the Martian helicopter rules, and loads more.
Here’s the key details, Australian pricing and launch dates for Apple’s new batch of tech toys – M1 iMacs, M1 iPad Pro and the rest.
Google’s new Play Store 15% revenue is more flexible than Apple’s similar approach. Does it really solve the mobile marketplace, though?
Something like a cartoon figure that can be animated or expressed in pre-defined stickers seems like something small, but Memoji matter.
An all-new, all-different Byteside as Alice and Chris join Seamus for the start of a new era.
It’s been ‘interesting’, but here’s some brilliant TV, tech, games, and standout moments that delighted, inspired or helped us along the way.
Nice, weird, funny and fierce. From Lasso to Mando and more, these are Byteside’s favourite TV shows of 2020.
After more than a week I am in love with the AirPods Max audio, but there are some niggling issues that detract from the experience.
Should we be concerned that Plague Inc. – a classic game about creating a pandemic – was so damn popular in 2020?
Apple halves its commission from smaller developers, but competing companies remain vocal about what they see as a monopoly.