Ep 8 of 2012
This week on the show, the big supermarket chains step up to the mark - technologically speaking, putting the power of grocery buying into the palm of your hand. As we suspected, the Optus victory over the AFL and NRL seems short lived as Australia’s Federal court gears up for an appeal. Telstra offers up a new range of international data roaming caps, and I hope you’re sitting down because for $1800AUD, you’ll receive a massive 976.6 Mb which has included value of $15,000. Yes, you heard correct, $1800 for a gig – and it doesn’t roll over.
Also this week, there’s another nail in the coffin for the Blackberry. There’s Twitter news, Apple news, tech protests across Europe and Vodafone lost an embarrassing amount of customers in 2011.
Adam Turner has a Spotty view from the couch, Leena has the latest in gaming news, there’s the gadget, website and odd spot of the week as well that must have app of the week for your smart phone or iGadget
iPhone and iPad devices: Discovr Music
Featured worldwide by Apple. As seen in Techcrunch, Mashable, Billboard Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Venture Beat, and Wired Magazine. Discovr Music makes it easy to discover new music.
With more than 15 million songs and 3 million artists in the world of music how do you find the music you like? We built Discovr Music to make it easy to find and explore new music. Enter an artist you like and you'll discover artists you love.
Android devices and iGadgets : Woolworths
The updated Woolworths Smartphone App lets you literally shop from anywhere, anytime, and have your purchases delivered fresh to your home at a time that’s convenient for you.
•Smart shopping lists organised in aisle order for your local store
•The ability to share shopping lists with other app users
•Barcode Scanner to add products to your lists quickly and easily
•Product Finder that lets you check if we sell your favourite products
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