NZ Tech Podcast 172: Yoobee sold for $1, Samsung Galaxy Note Pro, Spritzing, Miracle Machine

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This week – a future with Google maps that shows video rather than static photos, the computerised tech that makes wine in 3-days (Miracle Machine), Milk Music, Chorus and CFH’s updated agreement, Spritzing lets you read at 500+ words per minute, and Wello – something of a Star Trek Tricorder for those of us still living in 2014.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guest Alastair Cooke (@demitassenz).

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Mar 2014
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NZ Tech Podcast 169: Dai Henwood talks tech

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This episode host Paul Spain catches up with Dai Henwood to discuss the latest local and international tech topics. Along the way Dai reveals which low cost tech he’d pay $10,000 to have in his home tomorrow.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guest Dai Henwood (@daihenwood).

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Feb 2014
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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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Feb 2014
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NZ Tech Podcast 166: Focus on Vodafone – from VDSL to 5G mobile networks

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This week we discuss geeky kids books Nerdy Numbers and Sci-Fi Shapes, an update for Windows 8.1, Panasonic’s new 7” Toughpad, and Lenovo’s Yoga. Then we hear some interesting things about mobile and fixed networks from Vodafone’s Tony Baird. And Tony lets slip an indication that maybe Vodafone’s TV box coming to households with VDSL.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guest Tony Baird (Vodafone NZ)..

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Jan 2014
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NZ Tech Podcast 158: Apple iPad Air, Telecom 4G LTE, Vodafone HD Voice

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The week we discussed Apple’s new iPad Air (and its competitors), Amazon’s move to Sunday deliveries and online retail closer to home, Vodafone HD Voice calling, Telecom’s 4G LTE mobile launch and a discussion about Office 365, Google Apps and Apple iWork.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Bill Bennett (@billbennettnz) and John Buckley (@bucklesnz).

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NZ Tech Podcast 153: Telecom 4G, Vodafone UFB and TV, Third World Internet

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This week we discuss the news of the week including Telecom NZ’s 4G LTE announcement, Vodafone’s UFB and TV launch and Kim Dot Com’s comments about NZ’s internet. Also featured are new tablets from Dell and a taste of the new HP Microserver.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Paul Brislen(@paulbrislen), Bill Bennett (@billbennettnz) and Neil Hand (Dell).

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Oct 2013
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NZ Tech Podcast 145: Hawaiki Cable, Vodafone UFB, Skinny’s $16/month plan, UE audio

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Topics include Hawaiki Cable, Vodafone UFB, Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 launch, Vodafone soft launches UFB plans, new Alienware 14/17/18 gaming laptops, Skinny’s $16/month mobile plan, Ultimate Ears UE9000, UE Mobile Boombox, Logitech Z600, a cell signal booster for 2degrees customers, Office Mobile and an updated Air New Zealand mPass app.

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

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NZ Tech Podcast 143: Quickflix, Moto X, Vodafone 4G Hotspot, Galaxy S4 Active, Chromecast

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This episode we discuss Moto X, Google’s Chromecast and our hands on time with the new TomTom GPS, Vodafone 4G LTE Access Point, Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Panasonic DMC-FZ70 with 60x optical zoom and on demand video with Quickflix.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Paddy Buckley (@PaddyBuckley) and Nate Dunn (@nate).

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NZ Tech Podcast 142: New tech from Google, Netgear, Netflix and Logitech

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This episode the Prime Minister’s website goes offline, Vodafone 4G hits Wellington, NZ Business Podcast launches and new tech from Google, Netgear, Netflix and Logitech attract attention. We also discuss cloud capabilities from HP and SAP.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Bill Bennett (@BillBennettNZ) and Alastair Cooke (@demitassenz).

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Aug 2013
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NZ Tech Podcast 141: Leap Motion, Ubuntu Edge, Surface RT write off, Telecom Mobile Wallet

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This week Mitch Olson (Outsmart/Smallworlds co-founder) and Harley Ogier (Editor PCWorld.co.nz) join Paul Spain to discuss Leap Motion, Microsoft’s Surface RT write off, Ubuntu Edge, SAP’s NZ cloud launch, Telecom’s Mobile Wallet trial, Zomato, the resurrection of PC World and the growth of Smallworlds. We also discuss recent branding changes of services from Vodafone NZ and Telecom NZ.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Mitch Olson (@Mitch_Olson) and Harley Ogier (@paulbrislen).

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Jul 2013
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