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From the people from techgeek.com.au, Gadgetlyst Bytes is a monthly podcast recapping the month that was in gadgets, a recap on the reviews and answering your questions on gadgets. You can send your questions to podcasts@techgeek.com.au. Hosted by Tom Solari and Stewart Wilson.

Latest Episodes

Remembering Gadgetlyst Bytes: A Tribute

Gadgetlyst Bytes was your monthly recap of gadget news. With Tom Solari and Stewart Wilson at the helm, the episodes usually contained minimal on-topic conversation and plenty of off-topic nonsense. We’ve created this episode to Tribute Gadgetlyst Bytes since it may not see another episode. If you think Gadgetlyst Bytes should return, please let us know. DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS

25 MIN2013 FEB 6
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Remembering Gadgetlyst Bytes: A Tribute

Gadgetlyst Bytes 11: No More Talking

Yes, due to Talking’sunrivalledreception, or lack of, we have decided to resume the normal podcast. This month we talk about exploding iPhones, lip reading Kinects and again, more Android stuff. As Stewart decided during the podcast, the next Gadgetlyst Byte will be coming to you in video format from our CES studio sometime in Jan! Also Chris joins us this month and that about all I can think of at 5.30 am on a Monday morning! See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories Netgear announces N900 – promises 900Mbps Wi-Fi speeds and greater range RUMOUR MILL: Kinect 2 can lip read, to be built in future Xbox consoles JB Hi-Fi announces pricing for “NOW” digital streaming service Chrome OVERTAKES Firefox for second place, IE still falling iPhone 4 self-combusts during Rex flight Motorola DEFY+ out now, heads to Telstra Samsung: No plan to release the SERIES 5 Chromebook in Australia at this stage RUMOUR MILL: Acer, Lenovo to launch An...

44 MIN2011 DEC 5
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 11: No More Talking

Gadgetlyst Bytes 10: Talking

This month, well, we talk. That is it. Talk Stewart and Tom just talk. Of course they have some stories that help the conversions (listed below) so listen in and see what you think. Also this was recorded a week early due to Stewarts inability to read a calendar! See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories TIT FOR TAT – Samsung files injunction seeking to ban iPhone 4S in Australia Canon unveils new EOS-1D X DSLR camera – 18.1MP with 12fps continuous shooting Motorola relaunches the RAZR – Android, 4.3-inch display, coming in Nov on Optus Nokia brings out second Lumia WP7 phone – the Lumia 710 Nokia announces the Lumia 800 – the “first real Windows Phone”

56 MIN2011 NOV 7
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 10: Talking

Gadgetlyst Bytes 9: The month of Windows

This month we cover the all new developer preview of Windows 8, while playing Minecraft, and also talk about Windows Phone Mango 7.5 and the Kindle Fire! Stewart and Tom are on a winning record for attending and don’t forget tosubscribeand download and RSS and whatever else you can do. See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories BUILD 2011: Windows 8 keynote highlights VIDEO: First Look on Windows 8 HP axes 500 jobs with webOS division shutdown HTC to buy WebOS? HTC announces the Rhyme – smartphone that combines features with design Amazon press conference is happening September 28th AEST, probably for rumoured Kindle tablet Amazon brings out the Kindle Touch – touch interface and only US$99 Amazon updates the Kindle, ditches the keyboard and drops price to US$79/$109 Amazon announces Kindle Fire tablet – 7 inch display, dual core processor, US$199 WP7.5 Mango update rolled out to Telstra, Optus, Vodafone customers Both Koreas a...

43 MIN2011 OCT 3
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 9: The month of Windows

Gadgetlyst Bytes 8: techgeek.com.au Computer, Google and Motorola and the TouchPad

This month, we talk about various gadget stuff. Right… who would have guessed! Only joking, we talk about the techgeek.com.au computer, how Google isacquiringMotorola and the tales of a dying TouchPad. Stewart and Tom again are both here and this episode is actually on time!! Don’t forget tosubscribeand download and RSS and whatever else you can do. See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories DIVIDED BY PHONES: Map shows Android/iPhone popularity in USA The techgeek.com.au Computer Google buys Motorola Mobility for US$12.5 billion; will continue being open EU-wide Galaxy Tab 10.1 ban suspended (except in Germany) Symbian Anna finally out, hopefully fixes problems that makes us dislike it so much HP just killed the TouchPad and other webOS phones Report: WebOS team hated TouchPad, WebOS ran twice as fast on iPad Microsoft app recruitment drive gets 500 responses Nokia releases three new Symbian phones, proves it won’t die (yet) HP...

45 MIN2011 SEP 5
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 8: techgeek.com.au Computer, Google and Motorola and the TouchPad

Gadgetlyst Bytes 7: Nokia N9, Raspberry Pi and redesigning game design…

This month on the show we talk about the hands-on Tom had with the Nokia N9, the Raspberry Pi $25 computer and that ‘atom by atom’ game engine. Stewart and Tom have made a record, this being the second time in a row both them have been on the show at the same time. So don’t forget tosubscribeand download and RSS and whatever else you can do. See you next month! Oh yeah, we also got a new logo! Thanks Terence! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories GALLERY: Hands on the Nokia N9 VIDEO: First Look on Nokia N9 Ballmer: Windows 7 has sold 400 million licenses ChevronWP7 coming back but not free? Windows Phone 7 apps now cheaper in Australia Redesigning computer game design… or not Its a scam!!! Raspberry Pi nearly in production Microsoft launches their 3rd multitouch mouse Gadgets Tom:Raspberry Pi http://raspberrypi.org Stewart:Canon X Mark I Mouse http://www.engadget.com/2011/08/04/canon-x-mark-i-mouse-lite-hands-on-impressions/

38 MIN2011 AUG 8
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 7: Nokia N9, Raspberry Pi and redesigning game design…

Gadgetlyst Bytes 5: Cupcakes, Windows 8 and a Fight

A $25 computer, Microsoft is making more money from Android and we find out Terence is a Nintendo fanboy and duels Chris over the Nintendo 3DS. All this and a tad bit more in this month’s edition of Gadgetlyst Bytes. This month’s edition sees the return of Terence filling in for Stewart and Chris joining us. Wait, what? I thought we have two people only? Are we changing the format? You’ll have to listen and find out. See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories This is Windows 8 Dell announces new XPS 15z, thin 15-inch laptop $25 USB sized computer Sony security woes continue, Lebanese hacker leaks more details U.N. Report: Internet is a basic human right Army Testing iOS And Android Devices For Combat Android makes Microsoft more money than Windows Phone MI6 hackers hit terrorist website with cupcakes Gadgets Tom: $25 USB sized computer http://techgeek.com.au/2011/05/07/25-usb-sized-computer/ Terence:The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina ...

-1 s2011 JUN 6
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 5: Cupcakes, Windows 8 and a Fight

Gadgetlyst Bytes 4: PSN… LOL

Welcome to the fourth episode ofGadgetlyst Bytes – our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at the PSN, HTC Mozart hacking and more Androidshenanigans… Hosted by Stewart and Tom, we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on techgeek.com.au, which after Stewart decides he would like to, talks about the Acer Iconia tablet! Don’t forget to listen, and subscribe! See you in June(wow this year is going fast)! Download MP3 | Subscribe to our Feed Show Notes The Stories Sony confirms users’ data compromised in breach (update) Sony PSN still down, may be down indefinitely Vodafone announces pricing for Galaxy Tab 10.1 The new Multimedia Superphone – HTC Sensation Optus grabs HTC Incredible S as exclusive Upgrade your HTC 7 Mozart Space More images surface on Windows 8 Motorola XOOM heading to Telstra – out in May DONE DEAL! Microsoft, Nokia officially sign WP7 pact Sony loves Android, brings out two new tablets Gadgets To...

-1 s2011 MAY 2
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 4: PSN… LOL

Gadgetlyst Bytes 3: iPads, Xooms and Zunes

Welcome to the third episode ofGadgetlyst Bytes – our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at all of the new iPad, Xoom, Atrix, Commodore 64 and of course, Zune! Hosted by Stewart and I Terence and Tom (because Stewart is ‘too tired’), we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on techgeek.com.au, namely the Nokia E7 andParallelsDesktop 6 Mac! Don’t forget to listen, and subscribe! See you in May! Download MP3 | Subscribe to our Feed Show Notes The Stories iPad 2 released in Sydney, Australia http://techgeek.com.au/2011/03/25/ipad-2-released-in-sydney-australia/ Toshiba LCD plant out, Lenovo frets about supplies http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/17/us-japan-supplychain-idUSTRE72G64D20110317 Telstra to get Motorola Atrix, Xperia Play and Xoom Tablet? http://techgeek.com.au/2011/04/08/telstra-to-get-motorola-atrix-xperia-play-and-xoom-tablet/ Coming to Telstra starting mid-April: Samsung Galaxy Ace, Motorola XOOM,...

-1 s2011 APR 11
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 3: iPads, Xooms and Zunes

Gadgetlyst Bytes 2: Tablet Mania

Welcome to the second episode of Gadgetlyst Bytes - our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at all of the tablets and phones coming out, the Kinect SDK, and of course, the new iPad! Hosted by Stewart and I (and not Terence, not that we hate him or anything), we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on techgeek.com.au!

37 MIN2011 MAR 7
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 2: Tablet Mania

Latest Episodes

Remembering Gadgetlyst Bytes: A Tribute

Gadgetlyst Bytes was your monthly recap of gadget news. With Tom Solari and Stewart Wilson at the helm, the episodes usually contained minimal on-topic conversation and plenty of off-topic nonsense. We’ve created this episode to Tribute Gadgetlyst Bytes since it may not see another episode. If you think Gadgetlyst Bytes should return, please let us know. DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS

25 MIN2013 FEB 6
Comments
Remembering Gadgetlyst Bytes: A Tribute

Gadgetlyst Bytes 11: No More Talking

Yes, due to Talking’sunrivalledreception, or lack of, we have decided to resume the normal podcast. This month we talk about exploding iPhones, lip reading Kinects and again, more Android stuff. As Stewart decided during the podcast, the next Gadgetlyst Byte will be coming to you in video format from our CES studio sometime in Jan! Also Chris joins us this month and that about all I can think of at 5.30 am on a Monday morning! See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories Netgear announces N900 – promises 900Mbps Wi-Fi speeds and greater range RUMOUR MILL: Kinect 2 can lip read, to be built in future Xbox consoles JB Hi-Fi announces pricing for “NOW” digital streaming service Chrome OVERTAKES Firefox for second place, IE still falling iPhone 4 self-combusts during Rex flight Motorola DEFY+ out now, heads to Telstra Samsung: No plan to release the SERIES 5 Chromebook in Australia at this stage RUMOUR MILL: Acer, Lenovo to launch An...

44 MIN2011 DEC 5
Comments
Gadgetlyst Bytes 11: No More Talking

Gadgetlyst Bytes 10: Talking

This month, well, we talk. That is it. Talk Stewart and Tom just talk. Of course they have some stories that help the conversions (listed below) so listen in and see what you think. Also this was recorded a week early due to Stewarts inability to read a calendar! See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories TIT FOR TAT – Samsung files injunction seeking to ban iPhone 4S in Australia Canon unveils new EOS-1D X DSLR camera – 18.1MP with 12fps continuous shooting Motorola relaunches the RAZR – Android, 4.3-inch display, coming in Nov on Optus Nokia brings out second Lumia WP7 phone – the Lumia 710 Nokia announces the Lumia 800 – the “first real Windows Phone”

56 MIN2011 NOV 7
Comments
Gadgetlyst Bytes 10: Talking

Gadgetlyst Bytes 9: The month of Windows

This month we cover the all new developer preview of Windows 8, while playing Minecraft, and also talk about Windows Phone Mango 7.5 and the Kindle Fire! Stewart and Tom are on a winning record for attending and don’t forget tosubscribeand download and RSS and whatever else you can do. See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories BUILD 2011: Windows 8 keynote highlights VIDEO: First Look on Windows 8 HP axes 500 jobs with webOS division shutdown HTC to buy WebOS? HTC announces the Rhyme – smartphone that combines features with design Amazon press conference is happening September 28th AEST, probably for rumoured Kindle tablet Amazon brings out the Kindle Touch – touch interface and only US$99 Amazon updates the Kindle, ditches the keyboard and drops price to US$79/$109 Amazon announces Kindle Fire tablet – 7 inch display, dual core processor, US$199 WP7.5 Mango update rolled out to Telstra, Optus, Vodafone customers Both Koreas a...

43 MIN2011 OCT 3
Comments
Gadgetlyst Bytes 9: The month of Windows

Gadgetlyst Bytes 8: techgeek.com.au Computer, Google and Motorola and the TouchPad

This month, we talk about various gadget stuff. Right… who would have guessed! Only joking, we talk about the techgeek.com.au computer, how Google isacquiringMotorola and the tales of a dying TouchPad. Stewart and Tom again are both here and this episode is actually on time!! Don’t forget tosubscribeand download and RSS and whatever else you can do. See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories DIVIDED BY PHONES: Map shows Android/iPhone popularity in USA The techgeek.com.au Computer Google buys Motorola Mobility for US$12.5 billion; will continue being open EU-wide Galaxy Tab 10.1 ban suspended (except in Germany) Symbian Anna finally out, hopefully fixes problems that makes us dislike it so much HP just killed the TouchPad and other webOS phones Report: WebOS team hated TouchPad, WebOS ran twice as fast on iPad Microsoft app recruitment drive gets 500 responses Nokia releases three new Symbian phones, proves it won’t die (yet) HP...

45 MIN2011 SEP 5
Comments
Gadgetlyst Bytes 8: techgeek.com.au Computer, Google and Motorola and the TouchPad

Gadgetlyst Bytes 7: Nokia N9, Raspberry Pi and redesigning game design…

This month on the show we talk about the hands-on Tom had with the Nokia N9, the Raspberry Pi $25 computer and that ‘atom by atom’ game engine. Stewart and Tom have made a record, this being the second time in a row both them have been on the show at the same time. So don’t forget tosubscribeand download and RSS and whatever else you can do. See you next month! Oh yeah, we also got a new logo! Thanks Terence! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories GALLERY: Hands on the Nokia N9 VIDEO: First Look on Nokia N9 Ballmer: Windows 7 has sold 400 million licenses ChevronWP7 coming back but not free? Windows Phone 7 apps now cheaper in Australia Redesigning computer game design… or not Its a scam!!! Raspberry Pi nearly in production Microsoft launches their 3rd multitouch mouse Gadgets Tom:Raspberry Pi http://raspberrypi.org Stewart:Canon X Mark I Mouse http://www.engadget.com/2011/08/04/canon-x-mark-i-mouse-lite-hands-on-impressions/

38 MIN2011 AUG 8
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 7: Nokia N9, Raspberry Pi and redesigning game design…

Gadgetlyst Bytes 5: Cupcakes, Windows 8 and a Fight

A $25 computer, Microsoft is making more money from Android and we find out Terence is a Nintendo fanboy and duels Chris over the Nintendo 3DS. All this and a tad bit more in this month’s edition of Gadgetlyst Bytes. This month’s edition sees the return of Terence filling in for Stewart and Chris joining us. Wait, what? I thought we have two people only? Are we changing the format? You’ll have to listen and find out. See you next month! DOWNLOAD MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes The Stories This is Windows 8 Dell announces new XPS 15z, thin 15-inch laptop $25 USB sized computer Sony security woes continue, Lebanese hacker leaks more details U.N. Report: Internet is a basic human right Army Testing iOS And Android Devices For Combat Android makes Microsoft more money than Windows Phone MI6 hackers hit terrorist website with cupcakes Gadgets Tom: $25 USB sized computer http://techgeek.com.au/2011/05/07/25-usb-sized-computer/ Terence:The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina ...

-1 s2011 JUN 6
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 5: Cupcakes, Windows 8 and a Fight

Gadgetlyst Bytes 4: PSN… LOL

Welcome to the fourth episode ofGadgetlyst Bytes – our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at the PSN, HTC Mozart hacking and more Androidshenanigans… Hosted by Stewart and Tom, we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on techgeek.com.au, which after Stewart decides he would like to, talks about the Acer Iconia tablet! Don’t forget to listen, and subscribe! See you in June(wow this year is going fast)! Download MP3 | Subscribe to our Feed Show Notes The Stories Sony confirms users’ data compromised in breach (update) Sony PSN still down, may be down indefinitely Vodafone announces pricing for Galaxy Tab 10.1 The new Multimedia Superphone – HTC Sensation Optus grabs HTC Incredible S as exclusive Upgrade your HTC 7 Mozart Space More images surface on Windows 8 Motorola XOOM heading to Telstra – out in May DONE DEAL! Microsoft, Nokia officially sign WP7 pact Sony loves Android, brings out two new tablets Gadgets To...

-1 s2011 MAY 2
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 4: PSN… LOL

Gadgetlyst Bytes 3: iPads, Xooms and Zunes

Welcome to the third episode ofGadgetlyst Bytes – our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at all of the new iPad, Xoom, Atrix, Commodore 64 and of course, Zune! Hosted by Stewart and I Terence and Tom (because Stewart is ‘too tired’), we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on techgeek.com.au, namely the Nokia E7 andParallelsDesktop 6 Mac! Don’t forget to listen, and subscribe! See you in May! Download MP3 | Subscribe to our Feed Show Notes The Stories iPad 2 released in Sydney, Australia http://techgeek.com.au/2011/03/25/ipad-2-released-in-sydney-australia/ Toshiba LCD plant out, Lenovo frets about supplies http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/17/us-japan-supplychain-idUSTRE72G64D20110317 Telstra to get Motorola Atrix, Xperia Play and Xoom Tablet? http://techgeek.com.au/2011/04/08/telstra-to-get-motorola-atrix-xperia-play-and-xoom-tablet/ Coming to Telstra starting mid-April: Samsung Galaxy Ace, Motorola XOOM,...

-1 s2011 APR 11
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 3: iPads, Xooms and Zunes

Gadgetlyst Bytes 2: Tablet Mania

Welcome to the second episode of Gadgetlyst Bytes - our new monthly podcast recapping the month in gadget news. This month, we take a look at all of the tablets and phones coming out, the Kinect SDK, and of course, the new iPad! Hosted by Stewart and I (and not Terence, not that we hate him or anything), we also provide you an update of the all the latest reviews on techgeek.com.au!

37 MIN2011 MAR 7
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Gadgetlyst Bytes 2: Tablet Mania
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