GetConnected

GetConnected

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How is technology changing our lives? Hosting interviews with innovators, execs, and more, Canada’s tech expert Mike Agerbo explores how everything from tech gadgets to internet culture are changing our world. For over 20 years, Mike Agerbo has made technology simple for audiences. He brings the latest gadgets to Global TV audiences with his weekly Noon Hour News Tech Talk segment and hosts the popular tech TV and YouTube show GetConnected. He also hosts The App Show, a radio show all about mobile technology.

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This week, Mike Agerbo and John Biehler are in Las Vegas to attend the Amazon AWS re:Invent conference. The event brings together people and partners who work with Amazon’s Web Services across many industries. We’re talk with the head of AWS Canada and what they are doing in Canada as well we talk to the folks at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (Toronto Raptors, Maple Leafs, Argonauts and much more) about how they are using technology to handle everything from player analytics to the fan experiences on and off the court.   Can't get enough of GetConnected and our charmingly nerdy hosts? Subscribe to the GetConnected podcast and don't forget to listen to them discuss mobile technology on the App Show podcast. You can also find us on the web, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.

Previous episodes

  • 791 - Las Vegas and the Amazon re:Invent Conference 
    Sat, 03 Dec 2022
  • 790 - Artificial Intelligence and Careers in the Film & Television Industry 
    Sat, 26 Nov 2022
  • 789 - Wifi 7 is here! Should you upgrade? Home Health monitoring for the Elderly 
    Sat, 19 Nov 2022
  • 788 - Tweetstorm, Hearing Aid tech & the latest robot vacuum and mop 
    Sat, 12 Nov 2022
  • 787 - Immersive VR, Power outages and swappable EV batteries 
    Sun, 06 Nov 2022
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