Dai Henwood (TV personality and comedian) was this week's studio guest - joining Paul Spain and Bradley Borrows in the studio. And as always we were also linked to the Geekzone users via a live chatroom and audio stream.
Show highlights included discussion of the iOS 5 beta (which Dai installed on his iPhone and iPad), the 'new' Commodore 64, Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc and the Kinect SDK.
We were also able to talk with Gabe Gravning (AMD) in Seattle about AMD's Fusion APU chips and David Brebner (Unlimited Realities) about ground-breaking software being produced in NZ and used by some of the world's biggest technology vendors.
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