The top rating Two Blokes Talking Tech podcast is back
The Two Blokes Talking Tech, Tech Guide editor Stephen Fenech and Trevor Long, are back with the latest in consumer technology news and reviews.
On this week’s show after our short break, the blokes talk about the Click Frenzy flop and what it means for Australian online shoppers.
And if you want to be just like Bond, James Bond you can at least use the same smartphone – the Sony Xperia TX – which is out next week.
Also on the agenda, the 4G versions of the iPad Mini and the fourth generation iPad with Retina Display are now on sale and selling fast plus the latest BlackBerry 10 operating system – is it too little too late?
Stephen and Trevor also talk about the new Samsung Galaxy Note II which was launched last week and due for release in the coming weeks plus AC/DC are finally going to digital with their entire collection now available on iTunes.
In Stephen’s one minute reviews he talks about the Navman MiVue which is a like a black box recorder for your car and the Bondi – a smartphone holder that can be hung anywhere including the rear view mirror of your car.
There are many ways to enjoy the top-rating Two Blokes Talking Tech podcast.
You can listen right here on the Tech Guide site using the Two Blokes Talking Tech audio player at the top of the page.
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Here you will also be able to find earlier episodes of Two Blokes Talking Tech to listen to.
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Stephen’s other solo Tech Guide podcast can also be accessed through its own dedicated radio button at the top of the Tech Guide site or through iTunes here.