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Hosted by Greg Knieriemen, Ed Saipetch and Sarah Vela. This week the whole gang is together and laments the lighter side of tech. They chat about anti-gentrification activists in San Francisco who blocked a Google bus taking employees to work in its Mountain View HQ on Monday morning. But was the obnoxious guy in the video really a Google staffer?

They also chat about iBeacon and Dell, while taking solemn moment to reflect on the passing of former SA president and all-time great human being Nelson Rolihlala Mandela. Tune in, or download for later, for just over half an hour of everything you need to know about enterprise tech - with a smidgen of current events chucked in. Enjoy.

In this episode, the gang discusses:

  • High tech bras, big data and "emotional over-eating"
  • Apple iBeacon in Apple stores
  • Police intercepting mobile data
  • Bangkok protests... and George Clooney supports Ukrainians
  • Remembering Mandela
  • The cheerleader saves Ukraine
  • Google bus protests
  • Googling Chef
  • Dell geeks out and Michael makes it rain
  • Fast food overseas

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