NZ Tech Podcast 160: Electronic taste sensations, NZ’s Quebee hits Kickstarter, Xbox One, Kiwi Bank Home Hunter

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Highlights include electronic taste simulations, NZ’s Quebee camera launch on Kickstarter, Xbox One initial impressions, Kiwi Bank’s Home Hunter app, Ninja Blocks, Logitech G602 gaming/pro mouse, the unique PowerAll USB charger that can start your car.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Ben Bodley (@tekniquelimited) and Harley Ogier (@HarleyOgier) of PCWorld.co.nz.

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NZ Tech Podcast 146: Dai Henwood and Paul Spain on 3D replicators and other tech

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This week Dai Henwood joins Paul Spain to discuss 3D replicators, Ubi’s any surface touchscreen, smartphones, Microsoft’s future as CEO Steve Ballmer announces his departure, PlayStation 4 vs Xbox One, the TranscribeMe/Livescribe news.

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

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NZ Tech Podcast 135: E3 and the best of Intel’s 4th Gen Core launch with Sony and Acer

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Recorded in Sydney, this episode looks at some technologies you are likely to be using in the future – from the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 at E3, to some ground breaking new products using Intel’s 4th Generation Core (Haswell) processors.  The stand out devices we covered from the Intel 4th Gen Core launch were from Sony (Vaio Pro 11, Vaio Pro 13 and Vaio Duo 13) and Acer (Aspire R7 and Iconia W3). We also previewed the new 8” Windows tablet from Acer.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guests Gerard Campbell (@gamejunkienz), Intel Australia/NZ GM Kate Burleigh (@Kate_Burleigh), Sony Australia Marketing Manager Jun Yoon and Acer Australia’s Gaba Cheng.

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There are a range of videos related to E3 and the new Intel based products – these will be posted separately with a link to be added here shortly.

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Jun 2013
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NZ Tech Podcast 134: America’s PRISM surveillance dilemma, iOS 7, iTunes Radio, E3

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In this episode we discuss the USA’s PRISM surveillance scandal, Apple’s WWDC news (iOS 7, new MacBook Air, iTunes Radio, new Mac Pro), the E3 Gaming Conference and a look at HP’s Envy 15 and Envy 17.

This episode produced and hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) with guest Brett Roberts (@brettroberts).

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Jun 2013
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NZ Tech Podcast 132: Dai Henwood on Smartphones, Xbox, WiFi Blimps + more

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Paul Spain is joined by tech head comedian Dai Henwood to discuss Google’s rumoured Wi-Fi blimps, the upcoming Xbox One, Microsoft’s Surface Pro and the cool ‘My Little Geek’ book. Also featured is a massive treasure trove of information on choosing a smartphone to buy.

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

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The top features of the smartphones we we had one hand during this episode:

  • iPhone 5: Industrial design, ease of use, massive app catalogue
  • Samsung Galaxy S4: Huge feature set, battery life, screen
  • Nokia Lumia 920: Wireless charging, robustness, ease of use, camera
  • Sony Xperia Z: Waterproof, screen, design
  • HTC One: Industrial design, camera, app catalogue
  • Nokia Lumia 520: value for money, design, ease of use
  • Samsung Galaxy Note II: Stylus and handwriting recognition, screen
  • Huawei G510: value for money, app catalogue

Our giveaway this week is the book ‘My Little Geek’ – please email competitions@NZTechPodcast.com with your name and address to enter. Double your chances by sharing a tweet that mentions @NZTechPodcast and @mlgeek. More info at: MyLittleGeek.com

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May 2013
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