NZ Tech Podcast 184: Galaxy S tablet, 4K hands on, Telecom vs Vodafone roaming, Lenovo X1 Carbon

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This episode we discuss Vodafone vs Telecom roaming, Samsung’s Galaxy S tablet, Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, Samsung 65" 4K Curved TV, Ultrafast Fibre’s $65 Gigabit fibre connection, E3 and PlayStation TV, Eye-Fi, Sky TV, Amazon and Samsung’s new 28" 4K monitor.

This NZ Tech Podcast hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guest Bill Bennett (@billbennettnz). Published by NZ’s Podcast specialists – Global Voice Media.

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NZ Tech Podcast 180: Telecom Aircade. Dominos NZ domain drama, Telecom M2M dev kit, ThinkPad 10

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This week – iPhone big screen report, Lenovo’s new ThinkPad 10 tablet, Telecom’s Aircade cloud gaming, Sony Xperia Z2 lands in NZ, Twitter mute, Domino’s NZ domain name drama, Intel Haswell refresh, Telecom M2M dev kit, Intel NUC boot-up time and more about Uber and Zoomy.

This NZ Tech Podcast hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guest Nate Dunn (@nate). Published by NZ’s Podcast specialists – Global Voice Media.

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NZ Tech Podcast 167: Mac Pro, Free student iPads, 30-years of Mac, Dell Venue Pro 8, IBM sells servers

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We discuss free iPads for Papamoa students, IBM’s server sale to Lenovo, we go hands on with the impressive new Mac Pro, test drive the Dell Venue Pro 8, and look back in time at the first Macs. We also ask Vodafone to be fairer when we hit our home Internet cap.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Bill Bennett (@billbennettnz) and Wal Reid.

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NZ Tech Podcast 165: The Internet Party, Parachute tag, Electric Vehicles, 8" Windows Tablets in action

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We discuss RFID payment systems used at music events such as Rhythm & Vines and Parachute, NZ internet prices compared globally, Kim Dotcom’s Internet Party, Electric Vehicles update and we go hands on with 8" Windows Tablets from Toshiba and Lenovo.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Paul Brislen (@paulbrislen) and Nate Dunn (@nate).

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Jan 2014
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NZ Tech Podcast 159: iPad Mini Retina, Coin’s magic credit card, LG G2, New ThinkPads

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We discuss LG G2 Android, Apple iPad Mini with Retina display, Logitech’s iPad Air covers, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, new ThinkPads, Apple buy’s gesture tech firm, PlayStation 4 vs Xbox One, NZ’s Quebee cam coming to Kickstarter, 3D printing on Windows 8.1

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Alastair Cooke (@demitassenz) and Nate Dunn (@nate).

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Episode 113: Surface Pro hands on, new Chromebooks, IBM data centre woes

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We go hands on with Microsoft’s Surface Pro, and ponder IBM’s cloud data center outage and ongoing Yahoo!Xtra email issues. We also discuss hardware support failings in NZ, LG Optimus G, Lenovo and HP Chromebooks along with Pitney Bowes smart lockers.

Paul Spain (@paulspain) was joined by Brett Roberts (@brettroberts) and Nate Dunn (@nate).

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Feb 2013
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Episode 105: CES–New Lenovo and Sony tech, Hapifork and RaRa

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At CES Paul Spain (@paulspain) hears about an electronic fork that is designed to help you lose weight (Hapifork) and a new music streaming service (RaRa). We also hear about Lenovo’s new Windows 8 products and Sony’s waterproof phones, 4K OLED TV and a camera with an inbuilt projector.

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Episode 51: CES with Ford CEO Alan Mulally, TWiT’s Tom Merritt, Lenovo and ZDNet’s Ed Bott

In our 3rd block of coverage of the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas we get up close with some key tech industry representatives. Featured are Alan Mulally (CEO Ford), Tom Merritt (TWiT), Ed Bott (ZDNet) and a chat with Lenovo about Windows 8 and their new and upcoming laptops and Ultrabooks including the Lenovo Yoga..

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Jan 2012
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Episode 49: CES 2012 Las Vegas–Product and Startup Preview

This week Paul Spain is in Las Vegas at the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 (CES). In this first podcast covering the event (there will be a number during the week) we look at some of the more unusual products and companies that have brought themselves to CES and other events taking place during the week.

Some of the products featured include a new inductive cooktop, Australian high end head phones, new Lenovo tablets and ultrabooks and some home automation tech that leverages location information.

Keep an eye out for our next show which also focuses on the Consumer Electronics Show 2012 (CES).

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Jan 2012
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NZ Tech Podcast: Episode 29

This week we talk about big changes at HP with the cancellation of the WebOS based TouchPad – and changes in the PC and Laptop division. We naturally discuss the $129 TouchPad sell off in NZ as we were first to share this via Twitter in advance.

This week NZ’s biggest technology conference arrives in Auckland. Other topics covered include the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 (finally!), Office 365 outage for some US users, impact of Samsung Galaxy Tab patent issues with Apple reducing, Pacific Fibre/Vodafone NZ announcement and Sony PlayStation 3 price reductions.

In addition we correct a statement last week in regards to NZ’s largest school – which is actually the The Correspondence School (of which our host Paul Spain is a past student).

As usual, you can stay tuned for latest updates via Twitter @NZTechPodcast, the NZTechPodcast.com website and our facebook page.

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Aug 2011
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