Motorola Concept Car For Police

Motorola Concept Car For Police

Jun 8, 2014

I recently had the opportunity to see Motorola’s new concept car for the Police. This vehicle incorporates and combines a number of different technologies, such as video, audio, and wearable computing, within the one unified interface, and as well as see the vehicle, I was able to spend some time with Motorola’s Stephen Crutchfield and learn, first...

Technology and Museums

Technology and Museums

May 25, 2014

Gary and De De Cup are back from their travels, and listening to some great music at the annual New Orleans Jazzfest. Along the way, this year we called in to Washington DC and spent some quality time at a couple of the world’s great museums. First up is the Newseum, a museum dedicated to the processes of gathering and the dissemination of the news. If...

AVG’s Michael McKinnon on Password Reuse

AVG’s Michael McKinnon on Password Reuse

Apr 14, 2014

Recently I had an opportunity to chat with AVG’s security expert about password reuse, and why it’s really a good idea. In this two part chat with Michael, we explore ways to get ensure that, in dealing with the myriad of different passwords that we all need to have these days, we can try to have passwords that are unique for each site that we visit,...

Ultimate Ears Mini Boom, Mark Levenson Audio in the Lexus IS350

Ultimate Ears Mini Boom, Mark Levenson Audio in the Lexus IS350

Apr 1, 2014

From the sublime to the ridiculous is one way to describe this week’s show. In this week’s news coverage, as well our usual coverage of the week’s news in tech, we remind our listeners that Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP in less than two weeks. If you’re still using XP, that can mean problems for you further down the track....

All about the outside broadcast, and listening to Sony

All about the outside broadcast, and listening to Sony

Mar 19, 2014

Sunday March 16 2014 was the date for the Ashfield Carnival of Cultures, put on by Ashfield Council. Radio 2RDJ was proud to be involved in this, and six hours of live radio content was broadcast directly from Ashfield Park, including one hours shifts with Geoff and DeDe, and later with Gary and DeDe. On this week’s show, Gary takes a few moments to...

Luke Power from Avaya talking about the Sochi Olympics Infrastructure setup

Luke Power from Avaya talking about the Sochi Olympics Infrastructure setup

Mar 2, 2014

For the recently concluded Sochi Olympics, locally based Avaya Technologies were selected to handle the communications infrastructure underlying the whole event. To be clear, this means that they were tasked with building, managing and maintaining all facets of communications during the event: TV, phone, internet, scoreboards, and a whole lot more. In this...