Tag: right to repair
Is Apple embracing right to repair — or strangling it? Are Aussie online retailers deceiving shoppers?: Vertical Hold Ep 377
Are we really being sold "bargains" when we shop online -- and what's being done to combat deceptive online sellers? With Apple's self-repair options launching, do they make sense for consumers -- or just Apple itself? Special Guest CPRC's Erin Turner!
Aussie gov takes on trolls, right to repair inches closer, cars detect drunk drivers: Vertical Hold Ep 357
Will the Federal Government's legislation to take on online trolls solve practical problems, or just pay out lots of lawyers? What did the productivity commission's right to repair report recommend? Should new cars have technology in them to detect drunk drivers -- and can that possibly work? Special guests Monash Uni's Emily van der Nagel (@emvdn), Choice's Erin Turner (@erinlturner) and ABC Western Plains' Nic Healey (@dr_nic)!
Apple embraces right to repair, Xbox turns 20, Telstra sells power, Google drops a cool billion: Vertical Hold Ep 355
Why is Apple suddenly playing nice with right to repair advocates? Would it be wise to get your electrons from Telstra at the same time as your phone service? What […]
Should companies be able to determine who can (or can't) repair gadgets you own? What's the price of bad password habits -- and what you can do to protect yourself? Special guests Choice Australia's Erin Turner (@ErinLTurner) and Media-Wize's Anthony Caruana (@Anthony_Caruana)