I’ll be the first to admit it, I didn’t get Minecraft. I was too old when it first hit and the inner-hipster in me has a penchant for avoiding the popular. That meant the little-game-that-could flew over my head faster than a rational thought over Elon Musk’s. Continue reading
Never a dull moment in the tech world. It seems the American Fall is brining a non-stop slew of hardware & gaming announcements from everyone at the moment and today was Microsoft’s turn to shine. The company unveiled three new versions of their popular Surface lineup, two of which were largely incremental whilst the third was a whole new look and a direct shot at Apple’s iPad Pro business in more ways than one, but really that was merely the setup for the big surprise at the end. Continue reading
Recorded live at PAX Australia, Chris sits down with Raj for a frank discussion about all things [email protected] and important the program is to Microsoft & Xbox in the lead up to its 1000th release!
Join James Croft, Raj Deut, and Anthony Agius as we wander through the fields of technology news for this week. We got the government sharing your deets like they’re confetti at a wedding. We got EVs! So tantalizing, but much like a pair of socks on Osher Günsberg, nowhere to be seen. We got another Apple event coming up, will I finally get that PowerBook G5 I’ve been longing for? And much more. Shooooow notes, light the corners of my mind. Misty water-coloured shoooooow notes, of the show we did.
Join James Croft, Raj Deut, and Anthony Agius on a big week in tech news. We got Google, doing Googley things. Releasing phones. Home hubs. Shutting stuff down. Supply chains are getting hacked. Or maybe not. We’re not sure. We got Intel, adding another lake to their collection of lakes. Cannon Lake. Coffee Lake. Ice Lake. Why do they hunger for lakes? Will there be any other lakes left for our future generations or will they all be processors? We got xCloud, a stream-gaming service that works on the premise that your internet isn’t a pile of doodie. And Surface. I’ve recently been reviewing horizontal surfaces. I gotta tell you – they’re great when you need a flat plane in 3D space to rest a beverage on. Would recommend.
One hundred and eighty! Join James Croft, Raj ‘the wizard’ Deut and Anthony ‘the hammer’ Agius as we discuss the pros and cons of a centralised digital health record, the new MacBook Pros (now with added membrane!), the Microsoft Surface Go, and Elon Musk’s latest venture into a self-driving personal breakdown.
Join James Croft, Anthony Agius and Raj Deut as we discuss E3 from the long-long ago, busted keyboards on MacBooks, Samsung sexting your whole crew, HealthEngine sending your deets to the ambulance chasers, and Amazon Prime: Australian Special Edition.
- Raj Went to E3 – what was the standout? CyberPunk 2077? Forza Horizon 4? Ghost of Tsushima? A different game that I don’t have a link for?
- Apple Admits Its Computers Are Broken
- A Bug In Samsung’s Default Texting App Is Sending Random Pics To Other People
- HealthEngine is dodgy AF
- Australia to have its first Amazon Prime Day, July 16th
Ant has a Sizzle meetup coming up! Sunday 23rd July at the Boatbuilder’s Yard in South Wharf, Melbourne, from 1:30pm. Come for the Sizzle, but stay for the Raj.