A month to go to WWDC 2015 and Dermot Daly the CEO of Tapadoo will be packing his bags again for the iOS developer pilgrimage of the year, but what are we likely to see revealed this year? There’s been virtually no chatter about iOS 9, but it <will> appear in June, and will iRadio be launched? And speaking of iRadio, where is Dr Dre? Zane Lowe joins Apple along with (allegedly) some key BBC Radio 1 producers – so Apple must be planning something exceptional (iTunes Lounge?). Also in this Podcast, we discuss what Apple’s R&D spend really indicates and, as I often do, I run one of those left-field theories by Dermot: iOS Everywhere – in a world where Apple likes glass, there will be lots of it, with icons?s.
In this podcast episode I got to talk with Claire McHugh, who co-founded Axonista with Daragh Ward. If you haven't heard of Axonista, you will, soon; they brought TV3's 3 Player to ROKU and the RTÉ News Now App to Windows Phone, and their ShowPal second-screen app is a wonderful implementation of 2nd screen functionality for Ireland's leading independent TV station. We chatted about how Claire's early work with WAP, what Twitter means for second-screen, how event television and social media co-exist and, a little philosophy.
October 7, 2013
So summer is officially over and it's a new season of the Redcert Podcast: did you unplug for the summer? Dermot Daly and Andy O'Donoghue discuss getting your 'Digital Detox' on the Brecon Beacons with UK company Unplugged Weekend, Apple's iTime patent, Wearable Experiments's Alert Shirt for Aussie Rules fans, parachute journalism in technology, the Skully AR helmet and that's for starters.
September 4, 2014
It's only a couple of days to Apple's September 9th announcement but Dermot Daly & Andy O'Donoghue review last week at IFA with Samsung's VR and Note 4 announcements, the iCloud Hack and Victim Blame, and it's time for a discussion on who does the vacuuming, with Dyson's stunning step into the Internet of Things, the Dyson 360 Eye.
September 7, 2014