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A podcast on technology and all things geeky. Based in Sydney, Australia with hosts, Geoff Kim and Kelvin Lee.

Naked Tech Podcast - An Australian technology podcast Kelvin Lee, Geoff Kim

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A podcast on technology and all things geeky. Based in Sydney, Australia with hosts, Geoff Kim and Kelvin Lee.

    140: Oscars, Being Cookied, Razr Fold Test

    140: Oscars, Being Cookied, Razr Fold Test

    “The internet is your enemy but also your friend.”







    Yes, this pretty much sums up the Naked Tech Podcast as we delve into how we’re all being tracked by cookies (or are we?) and how the coronavirus is affecting the tech industry in surprising ways.







    We also get all caucus-y and break down the Iowa caucus fiasco and see how our friends at Cnet break down the newest foldable flip phone, the Motorola Razr.







    As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.





















    Episode 140. Recorded Monday 10 February 2020.







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    * Nvidia no longer attending MWC, citing coronavirus risk | The Verge* Geoff’s website – geoff.kim | geoff.kim* Discussion paper: Redemption grace period and deleted names dated 2002 | icann.org* Parasite and Bong Joon Ho dominates the Oscars | ABC news* Google wants to kill third-party cookies | ABC news* Tackling fake news online | Download This Show* How the Iowa Caucuses became an epic fiasco | NY Times* Spotify is buying Bill Simmons’ The Ringer to boost its podcast business | Recode* a rel="noreferrer noopener" aria-label="Does our Motorola Razr fold test mean this phone won't last a year? Not quite (opens in a new tab)" href="https://www.

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    139: Coming to Disney+, New Ways to Pay with Klarna

    139: Coming to Disney+, New Ways to Pay with Klarna

    Super Bowl day means we get to watch a bunch of trailers for upcoming films and shows, including WandaVision and Falcon & Winter Soldier. What else is coming to Disney+, you may ask? Well we’ll list out some of our favourites.







    In tech news, Uber and Apple find ways to tackle the #coronavirus outbreak and perhaps save humanity itself, and what’s with big banks thinking they’re technology companies? In wheelbarrow news, some dude comes up with a genius way to create a virtual traffic jam. What a time to be alive…







    As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.





















    Episode 139. Recorded Monday 3 February 2020.







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    * Super Bowl teaser for Falcon and Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Loki | youtube* All the shows and movies coming to Disney+ this year | cnet* Uber suspends 240 Mexican accounts to prevent coronavirus spread | bloomberg* Coronavirus outbreak impacting iPhone supply, lowers shipment forecast | macrumors* Google Photos trialing subscription service to get your best pics auto-printed | 9to5google* A guy carted 99 phones around to create a virtual traffic jam on Google Maps | android authority* Under the hood of CBA’s $300m Klarna play | itnews* a rel="noreferrer noopener" aria-label="Shop now, pay later with Klarna (opens in a new tab)" href="https://www.commbank.com.au/digital-banking/klarna.

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    138: Microsoft’s New Browser, Apple Encryption Drama

    138: Microsoft’s New Browser, Apple Encryption Drama

    Bit of a break in the tech event cycle and we get serious by chatting all things encryption and iCloud backups. Yay! We’ll tell you what the media isn’t and break down some of the mixed messages you may have been hearing from the press.







    We have also been trialling the new browser, Edge, by Microsoft and we tell you why you should try it out yourself.







    As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.





















    Episode 138. Recorded Tuesday 28 January 2020.







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    * An AI epidemiologist sent the first warnings of the Wuhan virus | Wired via Outline* Microsoft’s new internet browser is so good I forgot I switched from Chrome | Business Insider* Exclusive: Apple dropped plan to encrypt backups after FBI complained | Reuters* Apple rejects Attorney General Barr’s claim that it didn’t assist with shooting probe | The Verge* Trump demands Apple unlocks iPhones | CNBC* “Project Cato” report into Bezos phone hack | PDF report* The iPad awkwardly turns 10 | Daring Fireball* a rel="noreferrer noopener" aria-label="Google backflips on its controversial desktop search results redesign (opens in a new tab)" href="https://www.theverge.com/2020/1/24/21080424/google-search-result-ads-desktop-favicon-redesign-backtrack-controversial-experiment" tar...

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    137: CES 2020 – Robots and other Weird Stuff

    137: CES 2020 – Robots and other Weird Stuff

    Part 2 of our coverage of CES 2020 includes a holographic virtual yoga trainer, a chef bot that can make 35 different types of salad, a tennis ball that follows you around and bosses your other home appliances, and a bionic cat that adjusts its personality based on how you talk to it.







    You want more weird stuff? Well how about Segway’s new S-Pod? It’s a self-balancing chair on wheels, which makes us think our prediction of a Wall-E future is starting to come true!







    As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.





















    Episode 137. Recorded Monday 20 January 2020.







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    * Samsung’s Neon ‘artificial humans’ are confusing everyone | cnet* Samsung casually shows off AR Glasses in GEMS exercise demo | Upload VR* The best thing at the Samsung booth is the salad-making Chef Bot | techradar* Segway introduces armchair-like S-Pod vehicle for seated riding | dezeen* Meet ‘Ballie’: Samsung rolls out mini robot ‘life companion’ | Market Watch* MarsCat: A bionic cat, a home robot | Kickstarter* Dell’s ‘Concept UFO’ is a wild Switch-like portable gaming PC | engadget* a rel="noreferrer noopener" aria-label="Looking Glass is 8K holographic display tech that seeks to invent 'holo Skype' (opens in a new tab)" href="https://techcrunch.

    • 38 Min.
    136: CES 2020 – TVs, Foldables, Future of Transport

    136: CES 2020 – TVs, Foldables, Future of Transport

    The “nerd nirvana” that is CES is on again from Las Vegas and this is the first of a 2-part episode series to cover all the news and announcements from the world’s biggest tech expo. We will go through the latest in 8K TVs, new form factors of a range of digital products that bend and scroll and is basically all screen with no bezels. While chip-makers Intel and AMD continue to battle it out for world domination to support the manufacturers.







    In the show’s biggest surprise, Sony showed off their electric concept car, and what did James Cameron have to say at CES anyway?







    As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.





















    Episode 136. Recorded Monday 13 January 2020.







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    * LG unveils 8 ‘Real 8K’ OLED and LCD TVs | The Verge* Samsung just debuted a bezel-less 8K TV that is 99% picture | cnet* Samsung will sell its rotating Sero TV outside of Korea | Engadget* Latest innovations from CES | @ACurrentAffair9* Best part of OnePlus Concept One isn’t the disappearing camera | The Verge* The TCL foldable phone may be the most important smartphone at CES 2020 | TechRadar* Dell’s new foldable PCs – Ori and Duet | The Verge youtube* a rel="noreferrer noopener" aria-label="Hands on: L...

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    135: Our Bold 2020 Predictions

    135: Our Bold 2020 Predictions

    Happy new year listener! And as per tradition, we will give our top 3 predictions for the calendar year. As always, our predictions are measurable and quantifiable with a view to properly mark ourselves at the end of the year. This time round, our soothsayer-ing abilities include topics like gaming, Apple Inc’s moves and a whole lot of space. Find out more on episode 135 of the Naked Tech Podcast.





















    Episode 135. Recorded Monday 6 January 2020.







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    * A big decade for growth investing in ‘FAANG’ stocks | CNBC







    c/o CNBC







    * The time Tim Cook stood his ground against the FBI | Wired via Outline* The 100 gadgets that defined the 2010s | The Verge







    Kelvin predicts…







    * Valve will launch Half Life in the second half of 2020* Next iPhone will not have USB-C port | Bonus – Apple will build a hardware device for gaming* Project Artemis to launch with a view to putting a man on the moon in 2024







    Geoff predicts…







    * Death of Ring doorbell (or Amazon will at least drop the branding)* To track the trend of ‘dark mode’ for everything, google.com will introduce native dark mode for its famed homepage* Apple will buy HBO | Bonus – Apple will announce that they are building a network in space







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    The Naked Tech Podcast is your new favourite destination on geek culture hosted by Kelvin Lee and Geoff Kim from Sydney, Australia. Topics range from the latest in technology to comic book movies. If you enjoyed listening to us, you can help the show by leaving us a review on iTunes or get in touch with us on @NakedTechPod. The outro music is ‘Sorry’ by Comfort Fit.

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