Disorderly Internet, Fast Cars, Frozen Eggs and POODLE10/17/14
The studio was empty this week as Raena & Michael ventured afar with an outside broadcast to bring to you this special In-Car Edition of Technogaze. POODLE is the latest SSL vulnerability taking advantage of […]
DuckDuckGone, Pollies on Grindr and a Snowball’s chance ..
This week,Raena and Michaellooked at two new phones –targeted attwo very different consumers. The $35 Firefox OS based phone destined for India and the super secure Blackphone with bundled encryption and security software. China has […]
Windows 10, Facebook Apology, Ello and Tax Avoidance
Mark and Michael were in the studio this week and started the show looking at Apple. There is a #shellshock patch for OS X that was released this week. Researchers looking at the randomised WiFi […]
Alibaba shellshocked into space on a bent phone
It may have been Grand Final day, but Mark and Michael resisted the urge to kick a footy round the studio and opted to look at how a future Space Elevator may change the way […]
Aussie Community TV’s future in doubt, Apple made a small announcement,...
In this special extended episode, Adam Richard joins Mark, Raena and Donna to discuss the latest in tech, including Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 6,Apple Watch, and Apple Pay. We discussed Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s […]
Ned Kelly, 3D printing, Apple Rumours and Creepy Apps
This week the studio was packed like sardines with Mark, Raena, Donna & Michael looking at Freeview’s new catchup TV service that allows you to watch shows previously broadcast across all free to air channels. […]
Worlds smallest 3G modem, Apple announcement coming soon, heart rate...
In this episode, Raena, Mark, Michael, and Ty discussed all the latest in tech, including the latest figures released on the Amazon Fire phone (and it doesn’t look good). Intel revealed the details of what […]
The Internet is Full, Accidental Spying, Meta data and URLs
The vexing question of the week was looked at by Michael, Mark and Ty as rumours bombarded the Internetthat itwas indeed full! Outages caused by routers reaching some preset limits ata number ofISPs has been […]
Telstra buys its way into media content delivery, Uber banned in...
In this episode, Michael, Mark, Jason and Raena discuss the latest in tech including Russia’s moves to further track citizens’ Internet usage. Australia’s biggest telco, Telstra, has bought into it’s way into media content delivery, […]
Ranty pants, Spy plants and Dating with your wrist
Mark, Raena, Jason & Michaelkicked off this weeks show looking at rumours surrounding the 09-Sep launch of the iPhone 6. Larger, faster & better is the general consensus with screen size likely to grow […]
Internet of Things, Finger Reader and China v Apple
On Technogaze this week Mark, Raena, Dave and Michaellooked atChina accusing Apple of threatening its National Security with the location tracking capabilities of iOS devices. Meanwhile the US has been trying to get access to […]
3D printed blood vessels, dumping data from phone towers, solar energy...
In today’s episode Raena, Mark and Michaeldiscussed the latest in tech including 3D printing blood vessels, and military equipment. A New Zealand ISP has commenced offering a cloaking service – where customerscan avoid geo-blocks on […]
Solar Power in Germany, Cyberbullying setback in NY State, Facebook...
Raena, Mark & Michaellooked an an amazing achievement in Germany, where for two brief periods, half of its electricity requirements were derived from solar power. Meanwhile chip maker Adesto is hoping to be at the […]
My Ex Boyfriend The Space Tyrant gets green lit, Google IO, 25 years of...
In this episode, Mark, Raena, and Josh were joined by special guest Luke Miller. Luke’s game “My Ex-Boyfriend the Space Tyrant” has been green-lit on Valve’ssocial gaming platformSteam. This occurred after what could be described […]
The Aus govt going after pirates, price gouging in tech, Iran makes...
In this episode, Michael, Mark, and Raena talked about recent revelations that the use of Facebook is now illegal in Iran. We talked about the possibility of finally having mobile coverage in the Melbourne City […]
Supercritical solar power, Firefox phones, iPhone phishing, Dronies and...
In this episodeMark, Raena, Johnny and Michaellooked at the death of the Nokia brand as Microsoft fulfils its acquisition obligations and progressively drops the name Nokia from mobile devices. In more mobile news, we learnt […]
Apple WWDC round-up, China blocks Tiananmen searches, the CIA joins...
Today Raena, Mark, and Michael discussed the latest in tech news, including the AFP collaborating with overseas agencies in breaking botnet rings, the Tasmanian Police aremoving tomobile devices to enable paperless police cars, and Google […]
Radiothon 2014, Koala cars, iPhone hijacking, Laser phones and...
This week we had a very special Radiothon 2014 episode with Mark, Raena, Jason and Michael. We chatted with our support admin volunteer Moshin about ‘That’s so JOY’ and what it means to him. On […]
Catfishing, Complimentary Router Upgrades, Driverless Cars and Smart...
Raena, Johnny and Michaelwere driving the Technogaze bus this week, looking at all things Tech. eBay’s recent announcement of their hacked user database three months ago caught our eye with eBay advising all users to […]
Heartbleed continues, Budget woes, Spy planes & drones, Bitcoin goes to...
The beautiful Autumn weather didn’t stopRaena,Mark&Michaelfromgazing into the world ofconsumer electronics, gadgets, technology. Heartbleed continues to draw blood as some companies have SSL certificates reissued with the same key as their previously...
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