Rank #1: How much do you value your privacy?
Jul 05 2019
Rank #2: Cars and the future of transport
Jul 12 2019
Rank #3: Buzzfeed crumbles and Spotify mysteries
This week on DTS: the incredible world of mystery core - fictitious bands creeping onto Spotify playlists. Why would someone make a fake band to make fake music and sneak it onto your playlists? Plus, how Buzzfeed went from the golden child of new media to laying off hundreds of employees and does Facebook want to do something stupid with your privacy? Guests: Jonathan Seidler and Claire Reilly, Senior editor, CNET
Feb 01 2019
Rank #4: Disney+ and the future of streaming
Disney's back catalogue of content from Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and Pixar certainly makes it an intimidating competitor.
So will Disney+ knock off some of the less content rich players?
Also this week, inside 15 months of fresh hell at Facebook.
Apr 19 2019
Rank #5: Social media laws and VR for good
Apr 05 2019
Rank #6: Instagram doesn't like you anymore
Jul 19 2019
Rank #7: Apple TV+ takes on Netflix
You do Oprah, Steven Spielberg and everyone else in Hollywood, apparently. Apple made its trillions with hardware like MacBooks, iPods and iPhones. Now they’re pivoting into services by announcing a new Netflix challenger video streaming service, and a credit card, and a digital magazine subscription. So will the gamble pay off? Is any of it worth getting? And what does it mean for the future for how we consume?
Mar 29 2019
Rank #8: Catfishing
Also on DTS, it's only week one of the election who knew that electric vehicles would feature so much in the campaign debate? So where are we at with electric cars? How long do they take to charge how much are they and when can we get one?
Apr 12 2019
Rank #9: Behind Sri Lanka's social media bans and why we still love Microsoft Paint
Also on DTS, are journalists being unfairly targeted on Twitter? Plus, a beloved piece of software is saved from the jaws of destruction.
Guest: Ariel Bogle, Technology reporter, ABC Science @arielbogle
Apr 26 2019
Rank #10: Clicks and mortar: The future of shopping
Guests: Claire Reilly, Senior Editor, CNET and Peter Marks, Access Informatics
Oct 12 2018
Rank #11: Footloose Fornite edition+ revolting Googlers
Plus strikes at Google and "My phone is spying on me, so I decided to spy on it" - Simon Elvery's #DataLife project. Guests: Ariel Bogle, Ariel Bogle, ABC RN online technology reporter, Seamus Byrne, Managing Editor, Innovation Aus.com
Nov 30 2018
Rank #12: The future of music
We can stream huge festivals like Coachella, and soon there’ll be arena extravaganzas with holograms of long dead musicians…What more lies ahead?
Aug 30 2019
Rank #13: Facebook camera tracking you in your kitchen?
Guests: Rae Johnston, Editor of Junkee, That Start-up Show and Peter Marks, Access Informatics
Oct 19 2018
Rank #14: Luminary's bumpy landing and TikTok explained
May 03 2019
Rank #15: White Supremacists make a cameo
Dec 14 2018
Rank #16: Troll hunting with Ginger Gorman and Harry Potter cryptocurrency
This week on DTS - the journalist who found herself at the centre of a troll storm and decided to go troll hunting. Plus, where might your DNA go if you use a direct-to-consumer DNA testing company? Well, it might end up in the hands of the FBI. And a new Harry Potter–themed cryptocurrency.
Feb 08 2019
Rank #17: Digital gravestones and what’s up with WhatsApp?
This week on Download This Show: death digital style. Plus, India goes to war with WhatsApp, and Facebook’s interesting new ploy to pull you back to Facebook pages.
Mar 01 2019
Rank #18: Fortnite millionaires and Adelaide's games industry
Aug 02 2019
Rank #19: Are smart rings a better form of wearable tech?
Guests: Olivia Rosenman — audio producer & journalist & Ariel Bogle — ABC RN online technology reporter
Dec 07 2018
Rank #20: Pulling apart Facebook and Google
On DTS - calls to break-up the powerful tech companies. Plus hitting delete on your youth - would you ever want to delete your younger years on social media? And a genetic testing company is rolling out a controversial new type of disease prediction. Guests: Ben Grubb, Freelance tech/culture writer and Ariel Bogle, ABC RN Technology reporter
Mar 15 2019