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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 fifth 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, Justin Dunlop, 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!

Join us live in our chat room - chat.techtalkradio.com.au. 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 fifth 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, Justin Dunlop, 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!

Join us live in our chat room - chat.techtalkradio.com.au-If you hadnt noticed, there seems to be a lot more video on the web these days. What once used to be an online extravagance, has now become the norm thanks to gains in connectivity speed in recent years, as well as the industry gurus who are making video codecs much more usable, after all, maximum compression with maximum quality is the name of the online video game these days.

As with everything in todays online world, one thing leads to another, and its certainly the case with video. Apple, Microsoft and Adobe all have a finger in the video pie, but some more than others. Apple has its extremely high quality H264 codec, Adobe has flash and Microsoft Well what do they have

Silverlight is Microsofts latest foray into the online world. A plug in which offers a rich media experience to visitors of a website. What ever that is. Some have drawn parallels between Flash and Silverlight, but the two, in my way of seeing things, are two completely different beasts.

When it comes to web development, Macromedia developed a suite of applications of which the flag ship was Dreamweaver an industry standard web development program. At the time, Macromedia also developed Flash an application that was originally built to provide competition to Microsofts power point program, but instead found itself in cyberspace.

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