Category: Canadian Tech Podcast News

Coming Back

Coming Back

Hi! Derek here. Canadian Tech Podcast (CTP for short) is going to be coming back. We don’t have have a schedule yet, or even a show format, but Stuart and I have been told many times that people miss the show.

The new CTP will probably be a mix of news, analysis, interviews, and so on. Probably twice a month or so, depending on what life throws at me. But I really miss doing the show, and I feel the need to get back at it.

So please be on the look out for new Canadian Tech Podcast episodes right here, and through our new podcast host Acast!

We’re coming back!

We’re coming back!

copy-ctp-logo3.pngThe Canadian Tech Podcast crew has some great news!

We’re coming back!

We got an offer we couldn’t refuse from a listener who simply could not stand to see CTP lay down any longer, so we’re bringing it back and hope to be better than ever before! You can expect to see episode 50 get recorded and uploaded within the next two weeks, and after that we’re hoping to stick to a consistent, weekly schedule.

We’re also going to spruce up the website, refresh the content, and make sure that the podcast is available on platforms like Google Play, Pocket Casts, Overcast, and others.

We really hope you’ll listen in for Canada’s take on tech once again. Stay tuned for more great banter and opinion!

Ep. 19 CES 2013

Ep. 19 CES 2013

Welcome to the Canadian Tech Podcast. A weekly show on what’s going on in the tech scene from a Canadian perspective.

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IOLO Technologies – System Mechanic. A great set of PC tuning tools.
SClark Consulting

Hosts & Guests
Stuart Clark
James Wilkinson

Congrats to Jamison on getting married.

Amazon-Netflix Christmas outage and the costly risks of ‘cloud’ reliance

Leaked’ BlackBerry 10 info shows video chat and screen sharing in BBM, new task manager

Facebook taps Canada to test talk app
“The numbers back him up. In a country of 35 million, 12 million users log on to the site every single day and data-tracking firm Comscore has reported that four of every five Internet users in the country have accounts. Canadians even have more friends than users in other countries, averaging almost 230 each versus a global average of 130.”

Google and Microsoft declare war (added by Jamieson)

An iPhone Lover’s Confession: I Switched To the Nexus 4. Completely.

What is CES?
New Chipsets
New Mobile Phones
New Cameras
New Speaker Systems

4K TVs are here!

Intel Partners with Comcast for Live Streaming without set top box through Chipset

Intel will offer kinect like motion sensor to computers

Fast Free Wi-Fi Access, With a (Big) Catch

Lego + iOS or Android = Amazing toys (Added by Jamieson)

revolutionary paper tablet computer reveals future tablets to be thin and flexible as sheets of paper

nVidia Releases first game console

Picks of the Week

Stuart – Battle of The Bulge – Classic Wargaming on the iPad.
James – Alien Blue