Boys of Tech (Enhanced AAC edition)
Summary: An engaging and entertaining round-table discussion on the latest technology news from around the world hosted by Edwin Hermann and Brett King.
Second sighting of possible Apple vehicle, Google looking to take on Amazon and Microsoft in the cloud, self-driving Tesla crashes in Beijing, New Zealand researchers develop rice cooker that runs on manure.
Faroe Islands have sheep view instead of Street View, Pokémon Go is the game that has captured the world, the PokeGone extension for Chrome, Fiat Chrysler offers money for finding bugs.
Norway may ban fossil-fuel cars by 2025, Larry Page rumoured to be secretly funding a flying car start-up company, Anonymous hacker breaks into ISIS supporter's Twitter account, Kevin Mitnick is coming to New Zealand, Apple announces iOS 10.
The ethical dilemmas of self-driving cars, Apple had considered buying Netflix, the Holy Bible has been translated into Emoji.
Firefox more popular than Internet Explorer and Edge combined, a hypersonic jet that could fly from London to Sydney in 2 hours, the future of the Blu-ray format, Uber's self-driving taxi, trademark applications suggest Samsung will release iris scanning technology, rumours that Apple will enable Macs to be unlocked via Touch ID on an iPhone.
Street View catches Google's car speeding, people upset by Google's search results in black, PCs and tablets on the decline.
Windows 95 can run on the Apple Watch, choosing the right words to boost your eBay sales, how to correctly pluralise Apple product names, the top phone manufacturers, how the San Bernardino iPhone was cracked is still under wraps, ANZ in Australia now supports Apple Pay.
A translator from sign language into spoken word, the sound of your skull as biometric data, rumours that Apple is testing self-driving technology, a 3-D printed concrete castle.
The FBI obtains data on the San Bernadino cellphone, the US government needs data from another iPhone, new technology to help determine cellphone use in vehicle accidents, claims that ANZ bank is secretly testing Apple Pay, exploiting the iPhone 1970 bug over a wireless network.
How Samsung and Apple phones handle being submerged in water and dropped onto hard surfaces, Dick Smith will live on as an online brand, a bacterium that can break down PET plastic.
Inventor of email dies aged 74, drones that autonomously follow you, the National Day of Unplugging.
Google's self-driving car no longer has a clean driving record, Apple achieves a small victory in its case against the FBI.
FBI asks Apple to create software to help brute force a suspect's iPhone, Qantas to introduce free wireless Internet access on all domestic flights, ambulance called after request via Reddit.
Nissan's self-parking office chairs, guilty plea from man who shot down drone, Google's latest Android ad mocks Apple, the iOS 1970 bug.
Twitter suspends 125,000 accounts linked with terrorism, Facebook analysis reveals 3.6 degrees of separation, Toyota to drop the Scion brand.