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Tech Talk Radio Show 47 of 2012
Transmission date: November 19, 2012
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Ep 47 of 2012
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Monday November 19 2012

On the show today, Vodafone Hutchison Australia continues to lose customers and money despite a heavy investment in networks and branding, with revenue for the second half of 2012 down 14.8 percent on the previous half.

Google Fibre

Google's fibre network goes live in Kansas, Torrent tracker The Pirate Bay has been hit by a distributed denial of service attack with the site ceasing to serve requests from users. The outage was confirmed on Twitter by one of The Pirate Bay's accounts, and is believed to have been orchestrated by a user called Zeiko.

Also Microsoft sold four million upgrades to its Windows 8 operating system in the three days following the system's launch, strangely, Steven Sinofsky, the president of both Microsoft's Windows and Windows Live divisions, is leaving the company with immediate effect and with no reason given? Better offer? Or did he fall on his sword? And Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom, after being denied an African .ga domain, has found his way to New Zealand.

Gadget: Scarecrow Laser Tanks

Scarecrow laser tank

Website: http://ch.eer.io/ Notification service for app.net

Odd Spot: Taliban email blunder exposes members on their mailing list

This week's App of the Week!

Tag Town

Tagtown

Tag Town is a platform for location-based multi-player games and stories, played across mobile apps and web browsers. On an iPhone it looks and feels like a Camera app. You identify real world locations from clues and then take your own photos to progress in the game. The aim is to discover new places and unlock achievements - stories, prizes, discount vouchers from participating vendors.

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