Jetpacks Are Overrated
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.
In this sponsored episode, we speak to Wesley Allen, Business Leader for IBM Cloud Platform in ANZ, about why the future of cloud is hybrid.
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 the headset I'd been hoping for.
We talk to BuildBee co-founders about their company and its place in the 3D printing ecosystem as they prepare to go global.
We speak to virtual production studio Mod's Michela Ledwidge about the tech that brought Harry Shearer's Donald Trump satire to freakish life.
Dane Gambrill chats about the hardware and AI systems that support major sporting events like the US Open in 2020. Sponsored by IBM.
The Australian news media bargaining code is trying to solve the wrong problem. It's a Band-aid on an ulcer.
Brian Swift from unicorn startup SafetyCulture talks about the tech that's helping companies increase safety and reduce risk.
Simone Clow is CEO of Virtual Immersive, a company that produces commercial VR/AR content to create cool experiences in stores and at special events.
Seamus looks at the big news from the WWDC 2020 keynote, analysing his top new feature picks and exploring the potential of some new ideas.
This is a great wireless headset for gaming and at a great price point for the quality on offer. But Seamus can't help wonder if every wireless solution is
Alex Wilson from Yubico talks about the issues with dealing with passwords and how little physical keys like Yubikey can save us from password hell.
Thomas Dexmier from HTC ANZ joins Jetpacks Are Overrated this week to talk about the state of VR hardware right now and where things are going next.
Seamus talks to Ed Pullen, Regional Marketing Director for Dataminr, to discuss how its AI helps clients learn things they didn't know they needed to know.
A fascinating chat with Marc Rogers, head of cybersecurity at Okta and long-time SecOps lead for legendary hacker conference DEFCON.
There's still a lot of confusing around what 5G is up to, how it fits together and when you should upgrade. So we went to the Head of 5G, Harvey Wright, to
The best lesson I've ever had in what I should try to take pictures of, and how I should take them, was when I spent a week scanning over 5,000 family photos