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Displaying items by tag: Podcast

Stop whatever you're doing right now, and watch Apple's hour-long event showcasing a stunning new 24-inch M1 iMac, an M1-equipped iPad Pro with Liquid Retina display, a more powerful Apple TV 4K and redesigned Siri remote, AirTags, a new purple colour for the iPhone 12 and 12 mini, a new podcast app and more!

Published in Home Tech

Breached cyber security company FireEye has explicitly said that the alleged Russian group APT29 is not behind the attack on its own infrastructure and a number of other private and public firms, according to the head of security company Dragos.

Published in Security
Thursday, 22 June 2017 12:17

Podcasts grow on the back of monetisation

Swedish-based podcast platform Acast offers paywalled podcast content and dynamic ad space to monetise it. It has seen an explosive growth in podcasts, much of it due to its platform, in its three years.

Published in Entertainment

iPhones and iPads are versatile devices, offering hundreds of thousands of iOS-specific apps on virtually any topic you can imagine, and with these great museums to visit, don’t let the kids just play games these holidays!

Published in Home Tech

First podcast available from October 26th: Reveals how Arby's recent mobile marketing campaign really stacks up and discusses key takeaways from new Adobe mobile user report

HTML clipboardThe world's newest synchrotron has opened in Shanghai, but even though it is now only the second-youngest the Australian Synchrotron powers on with fantastic research.

Published in A Meaningful Look
More than a third of Australian small business owners and managers report their business is currently struggling or worse, when compared to this time last year. Of those, nine in 10 say the health of their business is having a negative impact on their personal lives, according to a new small business ‘stress survey’ commissioned by Microsoft Australia.

Thursday, 12 March 2009 07:45

iTunes 8.1 not just for the new iPod shuffle

iTunes 8.1 delivers speed improvements, security fixes and a couple of minor feature changes along with support for the new iPod shuffle.

Published in Core Dump
In this podcast interview, IBM regional executive Jonathan Stern gives an update on the Lotus communication and collaboration products. Lotus sales are on a roll, not just for the re-architected Lotus Notes and Domino 8 but also for enterprise social software offerings and the popular free Lotus Symphony office suite.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Jackie Olson, program director of IBM's International Technical Support Organization (ITSO) and Authoring Services, tells us in this iTWire podcast about the ITSO's numerous products and services, plus its benefits to IBM customers, IBM business partners, other parts of IBM, and the general IT community.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, continues his fascinating insights into the control engineering and information technology used to operate this world-class particle accelerator.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Richard Farnsworth, head of IT and controls at the Australian Synchrotron, in a series of podcasts for iTWire, gives fascinating insights into the control engineering and information technology used to operate this world-class particle accelerator.

Published in A Meaningful Look
In this iTWire podcast, Derek Austin of Nuance Communications Australia outlines the history of speech recognition, tells us why Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 is even better than previous releases, and points us in the right direction to take advantage of its advanced features and make our lives easier.

Published in A Meaningful Look
The still nascent podcast phenomenon is set to explode driven by the emergence of the massively popular Apple iPhone, according to one of the world's leading social networkers. One of the keys will be the adoption of the iPhone by business users.

A new survey from Radio Joint Audience Research (RAJAR) reveals that 79 percent of people listen to Podcasts on desktop or laptop computers, compared to just 66 percent who use an iPod or other MP3 player. It seems that the average Podcast user subscribes to 3.6 Podcasts, spends an hour every week listening to them, and prefers comedy and music to all other genres. Interestingly, 53 percent of those asked would not mind advertising in their Podcasts as long as they didn't have to pay for the privilege.

Published in Networking
With Apple showing a renewed interest in the enterprise, it should be no surprise that Apple will be releasing a server version of Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Some of the features being touted are designed to make this OS an attractive alternative for business servers.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 29 April 2008 13:36

"Would you buy..?" Maybe!

Stuart Corner posed the question "Would you buy the DVD if you could watch a movie free online?" My answer is that there's no simple answer.

Published in Core Dump
Friday, 25 April 2008 11:32

Podcaster gets publishing contract

An author that has been publishing his novels via podcast and recently put his first book out through a small press has been signed by a major publisher.

Published in Networking
Friday, 18 January 2008 06:21

MacBook Air a balanced package

A (non-iTWire) colleague has questioned Apple's wisdom in fitting the MacBook Air with 2G of soldered-in RAM with no upgrade capability.

Published in Core Dump
Wednesday, 13 June 2007 14:03

Leopard Server set for October shipment

Steve Jobs wasn't really telling the truth when - in the customary dig at Microsoft - he asserted that Apple will only be shipping one version of Mac OS X 10.5 in October.

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