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.
The first Marvel series at Disney+ became the most watched show ever on streaming (so far), so how do we feel about it all now it’s done?
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.
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?
An all-new, all-different Byteside as Alice and Chris join Seamus for the start of a new era.
CES 2021 is an online affair but still as weird as ever. We round up some of our faves, from TVs to phones, toilets to house robots.
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.
This week we cover all our bases, with technology, games and weird digital culture debates all popping up in the final show for 2020.
The latest Byteside podcast features COVIDSafe spying audits, YouTube trying to win the music biz, and Shay on his Warcraft love.
Tweety fleets, Apple’s M1 gets tested, NSW gets digital vouchers, and we’ve got a great recommendation for the speed cube lovers.
Do school kids need some help resisting the temptation of the smartphone? Do the rest of us? Plus Apple, QR codes for contact tracing, Netflix Direct and more.
Who would’ve thought playing with sawblades would be so much fun? Disc Room proves a fast, tight and deadly challenge.
This week we accidentally realise we’re talking about two troubled apps the Australian government owned in whole or in part: COVIDSafe and Quibi.
It’s chunky and demands some desk real estate, but for solid passive sound isolation in a versatile gaming headset, EPOS has some great kit.