Archive July 2010
Amazon sells 180 ebooks to every 100 hard copy books -what does this mean for the future of books?; Google back in China, or is it?; South Korea puts a curfew on retail internet cafe’s to curb problem gaming and Australia’s National Broadband roll out what will it really offer us- are just some of the topics Phil, Ryan Egan, Hong Kong radio’s Phil Whelan and I talk our way through on this weeks FutureTech segment on Radio ABC Australia.
Driverless cars; the future of the automobile; alternate fuels, 3D food printers and an Australian election update are on the agenda as Phil, Ryan Egan, Hong Kong radio’s Phil Whelan and I work our way through another FutureTech segment on Radio ABC Australia.
Listen to this weeks segment now, or listen each Friday at 11.20 a.m. (Aust EST) and join me on Twitter for in between news and views from the future.
The Zuckerberg Facebook film; I-Dosing or getting high online; the old spice commercial wraps up; China vs Google round 4; foursquare / social media Barbie complete with video recorder and playback; mobile phones in space; great conversations; competitions; music and more as Phil, Ryan Egan, Hong Kong radio’s Phil Whelan and I laugh our way through another FutureTech segment on Radio ABC Australia.
Will you pay for online news articles; the best app for reading magazines and newspapers from around the globe; is YouTube making a takeover bid for your TV sets with “Lean Back”; the $10 microscope set to revolutionize health care in the developing world; health care on line and into the future; and Facebook launches their own online currency are just some of the topics discussed in this weeks ABC Radio Australia FutureTech segment with Phil, Ryan, Hong Kong Radio’s Phil Whelan and me.