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ZATS: Ep 300 – ‘Original rockers’

ZATS: Ep 300 – ‘Original rockers’

Three hundred recordings later, the ZA Tech Show is still around. Joining Brett Haggard in this historic episode are Duncan McLeod, Jon Tullett and Ben Kelly. They share news and opinions, and have a few laughs – just like the old days. The topic list includes the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5, Nashua Mobile’s decision to close its

ZATS: Ep 299 – ‘Almost there’

ZATS: Ep 299 – ‘Almost there’

One episode before the big 300, Brett Haggard, Adam Oxford and Charlie Fripp gather for a discussion on the week’s hot tech happenings. Topics include the death of Windows XP, the Windows 8.1 update, the new Lenovo X1 Carbon, the Heartbleed flaw in OpenSSL, the right stance on movie piracy, Graphene

ZATS: Ep 298 – ‘No joke’

ZATS: Ep 298 – ‘No joke’

It’s April Fools’ Day on this week’s episode of the ZA Tech Show and Brett Haggard welcomes David Greenway and Liron Segev back for a chat about the latest technology news. Topics discussed include the most popular April Fools’ Day pranks, an Easter egg on the Capitec website, the outcome of the mobile

ZATS: Ep 297 – ‘Easter eggs’

ZATS: Ep 297 – ‘Easter eggs’

Brett Haggard and Dave Greenway are back in the studio this week, hosting StrategyWorx’s Steven Ambrose in a discussion all about first tweets, the mobile termination rates court case, the launch of the HTC One M8, the iPad 4 replacing the iPad 2 as the entry-level tablet from Apple, Google’s partnership on Glass with

ZATS: Ep 296 – ‘Quarks and pipe dreams’

ZATS: Ep 296 – ‘Quarks and pipe dreams’

It’s all about “sidetracking” and “ratholes” on this week’s episode as Brett Haggard and Dave Greenway chat to Boozehound and all-round Internet guy Andy Hadfield about goings-on in the technology world. Topics discussed include: The Cell C and MTN mudslinging match, Safact’s copyright blunder, proof of the Big Bang theory

ZATS: Ep 195 – ‘Drive time’

ZATS: Ep 195 – ‘Drive time’

Brett Haggard returns to the studio this week and leads Benedict Kelly and Deon Du Plessis in a discussion on: Apple’s in-car entertainment concept, EA’s decision not to launch Titanfall in South Africa, the new Lego game and movie and the Lego Pistorius Instagram account

ZATS: Ep 294 – ‘At the end of the day’

ZATS: Ep 294 – ‘At the end of the day’

Dave Greenway stands in for Brett Haggard as host this week and leads Steven Ambrose and Liron Segev in a discussion on their favourite sights and sounds from Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain recently. Gadgets and other saucy technology bits discussed include Sony’s Xperia Z2 and

ZATS: Ep 293 – ‘Eating bread’

ZATS: Ep 293 – ‘Eating bread’

This week’s episode is all about smartphone and tablets as Brett Haggard, Adam Oxford and Christo van Gemert gather in the studio to discuss the week’s events at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Gadgets discussed include the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Nokia X, Sony Xperia Z2 and Xperia Tab

ZATS: Ep 292 – ‘Couple of opinions’

ZATS: Ep 292 – ‘Couple of opinions’

There’s a certain roominess in the studio this week as Brett Haggard and Benedict Kelly meet up to discuss the happenings in the South African technology sector over the past week. Topics under examination include mobile termination rates, the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact

ZATS: Ep 291 – ‘Al fresco’

ZATS: Ep 291 – ‘Al fresco’

After a brief hiatus, the ZA Tech Show returns with Brett Haggard, Adam Oxford and Steven Ambrose in the studio. Amongst other things, they discuss the day the Internet fought back, Lenovo’s purchase of Motorola from Google, Sony’s plans to sell its Vaio business and Microsoft’s new CEO

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