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Tech Talk Radio. Tech Talk Radio is an informative and entertaining talk show heard on free to air radio as well as streamed to the world live, and via podcast.

Each week we present current news and views from Australia and abroad. Were independent, non biased and are now in our third year of providing consumers with valuable information to help make educated decisions when it comes to technology.

Tech Talk Radio originates from the studios of 94.1 3WBC in Melbourne live every Monday night at 8pm.

Join your host Andrew McColm (ABC Radio Talk 1116) and co host Dr. Ron along with our regulars, Mark Diggins, Graeme Callaghan and Adam Turner - journalist for the Age and SMH.Lidija Davis is our US correspondent based in Silicon Valley California. Tech Talk Radio reports on current technical developments both in Australia and abroad in an easy to digest manner format. Our panelists discuss a wide range of issues and technological gadgets, as well as respond to your dilemmas and feedback. Were passionate about technology and it shows!. Tech Talk Radio is an informative and entertaining talk show heard on free to air radio as well as streamed to the world live, and via podcast.

Each week we present current news and views from Australia and abroad. Were independent, non biased and are now in our third year of providing consumers with valuable information to help make educated decisions when it comes to technology.

Tech Talk Radio originates from the studios of 94.1 3WBC in Melbourne live every Monday night at 8pm.

Join your host Andrew McColm (ABC Radio Talk 1116) and co host Dr. Ron along with our regulars, Mark Diggins, Graeme Callaghan and Adam Turner - journalist for the Age and SMH.Lidija Davis is our US correspondent based in Silicon Valley California. Tech Talk Radio reports on current technical developments both in Australia and abroad in an easy to digest manner format. Our panelists discuss a wide range of issues and technological gadgets, as well as respond to your dilemmas and feedback. Were passionate about technology and it shows!-Its been an interesting week to say the least in the IT world.

Firstly, Microsoft pulled their Jerry Seinfeld tv campaign, you remember, the one we tried to work out last week where Jerry asked bill to give him a sign by adjusting his shorts in the car park of the local supermarket. Well it seems that we weren t the only ones who didnt quite get it. This week Microsoft is back with its Life without walls, a new campaign which is more mainstream, in fact so much so the Id say the entire population will get the message that Microsoft is giving Apple the bird. Im a PC which is the opening line of the mac campaign also opens microsofts ad, but theres no sign of the jean wearing, stereotypical graphic designing mac user.

Secondly this week, the rumors and scuttlebutt about Google taking their servers into international waters and powering them with wave energy abounds yet again. The search engine juggernaut recently applied for a patent in the US to protect their unique system for generating electricity form waves. While chatting offline to Tech Talks US correspondent Lidija Davis, her opening remarks were something along the lines of Have you heard what Google is up to

Each week, Google seems to make the news for on reason or another, sometimes fanciful and other times practical. On things for sure, what ever they do, itll make the news.

And finally this week, a disgruntled Australian consumer has thrown it back in the face of a white goods retailer, by placing her purchase of a mobile communications device on eBay after the retailer refused to refund her money after she found lurid pictures on the device she bought. Compromising pictures of a female employee of the store was apparently not enough to warrant a refund.

From the sublime to the ridiculous weve got it all this week, as IT goes tabloid!

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