Ep 20 of 2012
Monday May 14, 2012
On the show today, it seems we're heading down the path of copyright and piracy. Just this week Optus chose to appeal the TV Now ruling to High Court which resulted in a blast from AFL chief Andrew Demetriou describing the situation as "Stupid", "disgusting" and "disappointing".
Adam has news on a new initiative from the US to combat piracy, Google has their new driverless car, and rumor has it there's a new color Kindle on the way.
As well there's new OLED tvs from Samsung set to hit the market later this year, we have the latest on Apple's and Sony's financial status and on a lighter note, Wolfenstein 3D' is to be free on the iPhone, iPad and on the Web and Rovio confirms life after Angry Birds.
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FlexiSchools is Australia's leading provider of online ordering, card systems and payment solutions for schools. Flexischools provides systems to help schools become cashless, including online ordering from on-campus services, such as canteens, tuckshops and uniform