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...

Tony Bennets – Australian Communications Exchange Interview

Tony Bennets – Australian Communications Exchange Interview

Feb 24, 2014

Tony Bennets is the Chief Information Officer of Australian Communications Exchange, an organisation that develops applications and tools for people who have hearing impairments. In this two-part interview with Gadget Grill producer Gary Stark, Tony describes the role and some of the products of Australian Communications Exchange and how they work to help...

December 29. The last show. For 2013. And the most important content of the year.

December 29. The last show. For 2013. And the most important content of the year.

Dec 31, 2013

December 29. And 31, if you’re listening to the repeat broadcast, which happens every Tuesday afternoon, at 2. Or right now, if you’re listening to the podcast. We start by giving Geoff a hard time, and then we move to giving De a hard time, and then everyone else gives me a hard time. As well they should. Being a technology show, we discuss...

December 22: Sound advice about high quality headphones. And some deli advice.

December 22: Sound advice about high quality headphones. And some deli advice.

Dec 31, 2013

My taste in headphones is perhaps different from most. I’ve done recording in studios, and when I listen to my music I expect, and I demand, that what I’m hearing should be what the artists put down in the studios, rather than letting some jumped-up alleged sound guy give me what he thinks I should be hearing. In this week’s show we review...

Dec. 1 – Christmas lists, Channukah music, LG’s G2, And a Seagate USB drive too.

Dec. 1 – Christmas lists, Channukah music, LG’s G2, And a Seagate USB drive too.

Dec 2, 2013

December is upon us, and with it, all thoughts turn to the festive season. We’re no different here at the Gadget Grill, and in this week’s show we spend some time discussing a number of ways that you can spend your hard-earned buying seasonal gifts for those in your life. But before we turn to shopping, we take a turn with a very compact and capable...

November 24 2013 – Rolling Stones, Non-rolling stones, Pushing your TV around …

November 24 2013 – Rolling Stones, Non-rolling stones, Pushing your TV around …

Nov 25, 2013

On this week’s show we tell you about the latest in video streaming across the web, featuring the Bob Dylan classic, Like A Rolling Stone. However, our useless gadget this week is very much not a rolling stone. We also look at Netgear’s Push2TV, which lets you stream media content to your home network. And then there’s the pick of this...