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This week our host Scott Carey catches up with Sean Bradley and Dominic Preston fresh off the back of the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.Dom explains why he was surprised, both in a good and bad way, by the latest foldable screen technology and Sean talks about what is going on in the gaming laptop space, as Alienware lo…
 
Happy New Year from the UK Tech Weekly Podcast!We are back this week to discuss what we have been watching (or not watching) over the festive period, including Scott Carey on the meme-marketed sensation of Bird Box and what this says about Netflix's ability to dominate the cultural conversation. Then Tamlin Magee jumps in to talk about the interact…
 
Scott Carey is in the hosting chair this week as we have a rotating cast of staffers from across Macworld, Tech Advisor, Techworld and Computerworld to discuss our two favourite techie things of the year, from the best games and films, to our favourite devices and even, microchips.Thank you for listening this year and for your continued support for…
 
Two’s a crowd for this week’s games and Christmas pod with Consumer Tech Editor Henry Burrell and Games Editor Lewis Painter. Lewis lines up reviews of the awful Fallout 76 and the excellent online mode of Red Dead Redemption 2 – two polar opposites in how to make a decent online multiplayer game.We also discuss smartwatches we’ve recently reviewed…
 
David Price is in the host's chair this week, as the team talk about the latest hot tech topics. Tamlin Magee has got the drinks in - futuristic meal-replacement drinks called Soylent, which he forces everyone to try and which are apparently not people. Then Dominic Preston talks us through the positive and extremely negative sides of Amazon's Blac…
 
We were all surprised this week with the weirdly excellent trailer for Detective Pikachu with Ryan Reynolds voicing the yellow pocket scamp. Dom Preston drops in to tell us how Nintendo is getting into film and we laugh about the Bob Hoskins Mario film. We also talk about the moving new Tetris game (yes, it's made people cry).Scott Carey then lays …
 
This week we are talking about Apple's New York event, where Digital Arts editor Neil Bennett was in attendance for the launch of a fresh new iPad, Mac Mini and a new Macbook Air. We discuss if the Apple laptop range is a mess and who the new iPad is really for.Later on we have games editor at Tech Advisor Lewis Painter on to talk about the biggest…
 
It's episode 105, and David Price takes on hosting duties as the team dissect the best and absolute worst of the week's tech developments.Scott Carey talks us through the troubling and wide-ranging allegations of sexual misconduct at Google, and discusses how this relates to the tech industry's culture of protected privilege, and to the #metoo move…
 
This week our host Scott Carey catches up on the Google+ breach news and the final demise of the doomed social media network before being joined by consumer technology editor at Tech Advisor, Henry Burrell, to talk about Google's latest batch of smartphones: the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.Then Techworld reporter Tamlin Magee joins to talk about the tec…
 
It's a pop culture episode this week as we do a deep dive into dystopian fiction. Scott Carey is your host as he chats to Dominic Preston and Tamlin Magee about the best novels, films, TV shows and video games set in dystopian universes.We talk about how the world is closer to fiction than ever before, and how this impacts the way we think about fi…
 
A quick-fire reaction Apple special, recorded the morning after new iPhones and an Apple Watch were announced at an event in California.Henry Burrell joins David Price, Ashleigh Macro and Scott Carey to discuss which products we'll be buying, avoiding and coveting over the Christmas period.Is the new iPhone named terribly? Is it an upgrade at all? …
 
Episode 101 is a second special in a row as we take tech to trial and consign our least favourite digital surplus to Room 101.The Orwellian nightmare is compered by Henry Burrell as he, David Price, Tamlin Magee and Scott Carey each pick two things to banish forever. Cue a a bumper edition where we throw people, buzzwords, fads and entire companies…
 
Here it is folks, the insane 100th episode we have been planned for weeks (ahem). What better way to spend just over 50 minutes than with 100 tech topics covering over two years, one taken from each of the last 99 episodes of the pod plus the bonus round at the end.Henry Burrell leads Tamlin Magee, Charlotte Jee, Scott Carey, Karen Khan and Christi…
 
This week our host Scott Carey is joined by Techworld editor Charlotte Jee to discuss the revelation that Google is still tracking users, even if you have that feature disabled, and the wider topic of privacy.Then games editor at Tech Advisor, Lewis Painter, joins to talk about one of the most hotly anticipated games of the year: Red Dead Redemptio…
 
This week on the UK Tech Weekly Podcast our host Scott Carey talks to Macworld editor David Price about the ever-controversial Alex Jones and why the big tech companies are finally stepping up their efforts to ban him from their platforms. Editors note: we recorded this on Thursday before Twitter finally started to take some measures against Jones,…
 
This week our host Scott Carey is joined by Macworld UK editor Karen Khan to chat about Apple's latest blockbuster results.Then group production editor Tamlin Magee jumps in to discuss Amazon's working practices following the collective action around Prime Day.Finally, Scott chats through his experience at the Google Cloud Next conference in San Fr…
 
Join host Henry Burrell in hot as hell London town to bring you 40 minutes of air conditioned tech chat.Tamlin Magee talks us through the murky ways IBM helped the Third Reich in the Thirties and Forties with data collection and asks what responsibility tech companies have today to ensure their work does not contribute to evil.Charlotte Jee then an…
 
Join host Scott Carey as the team dissects Tory meltdown and what it means for tech and the ministers we haven't heard of. What can they actually do to help the country? Charlotte Jee explains.Then Henry Burrell chats on the new Microsoft Surface Go, an 'affordable' Surface tablet that actually still breaks the bank. Who is it for, and is Microsoft…
 
This week it’s David Price in the hosting seat to dig into two meaty tech topics: how does Netflix buy and develop its massive content library, and why is Fortnite such a sensation?Helping him dig into Netflix is Computerworld UK editor Scott Carey, with our new entertainment and lifestyle editor at Tech Advisor Dominic Preston joining in.Then staf…
 
With Germany out of the World Cup what better way to celebrate than with a triptych of tech news'n'views? Henry Burrell hears from Scott Carey on Uber's London license while Sean Bradley explains why Facebook banned, and then allowed, cryptocurrency ads.Henry then shows off the new BlackBerry and a collection of other phones that Scott finds insult…
 
World Cup fever is upon us, and this time round is tech-heavy. The VAR (video assistant referee) makes its (their? know know) debut at a major international football tournament. Is it for the good of the sport?We’re already used to Hawkeye and goal-line technology, so what makes it different in football? Henry Burrell resides as David Price, Christ…
 
We're back this week to bring you all the hot news from E3 and some cooler takes on everything Apple announced at its WWDC developer conference a few weeks back.To help us do that Macworld UK editor Karen Khan runs through all the iOS and macOS Mojave updates Apple users can look forward to later this year.Then Tech Advisor staff writer Sean Bradle…
 
Oh boy what a meaty session we have for you as Christina Mercer, Somrata Sarkar, David Price and Henry Burrell tackle three whopics (whopping topics) head on.Somrata takes us into the sometimes scary thoughts of our own digital afterlives. Should we be worried that we'll end up as misrepresentative chat bots one day? Who will have the authority to …
 
Back once again like the Renegade Master, the UK Tech Weekly Podcast is coming to you from its new, earlier-in-the-week time slot.Host Scott Carey is joined by Tamlin Magee to talk about pirate-obsessed Nigerian hacking syndicates, and Charlotte Jee is on board to discuss the ethics of facial (and racial) recognition technology.We wrap things up wi…
 
Scott Carey leads veteran Henry Burrell and first time podder Hannah Williams down the rabbit hole of Google I/O. We discuss which was the most frightening announcement and which was the best - could that actually be the same thing?We then chat Android P, the beta for Google next OS - cool changes, yes, but how many people will actually ever get it…
 
A double Google header as Henry Burrell leads Scott Carey and Sean Bradley down the tech rabbit hole. Alphabet's most famous outlet has redesigned Gmail for desktop, but what does that mean for businesses and consumers. Will anyone notice?Then what is Chat? Not Google Chat or Android Chat, mind - just Chat. Will the Google-led initiative really tra…
 
Sheriff Scott Carey rounds up his two deputies in David Price and Henry Burrell for a quick-fire two topic pod. Apple launched a new cheaper iPad this week based around its education play - but can schools afford them and are Chromebooks a better option?Then we discuss the new Huawei P20 and P20 Pro. Notches, three cameras but competitive pricing m…
 
We let one huge, scary story dominate proceedings before allowing two lighter-weight topics return the pod to its family friendly roots.The Cambridge Analytica and Facebook scandal is decoded and discussed, with one podder especially susceptible to influence thanks to their insane third party app access numbers.The gang then tackles Sea of Thieves,…
 
The gang returns with an eclectic mix of tech chat. Can Nectome really download your thoughts - while killing you - to preserve your memories forever in the cloud? We didn't make this up.Then we discuss the brand new Samsung Galaxy S9, phone cameras and crap AR before discussing how the UK should go about contracting a company to age check porn sit…
 
Scott Carey assembles half the Tech Advisor squad to chat about the HomePod's great audio and then all the things that make it a tabloid headline. Jim Martin lets us know if Apple ruined his oak and/or pine.Lewis Painter chats us through Kingdom Come: Deliverance and all the wacky things you can do in its slow paced but huge world. Dom Preston then…
 
Back with a bang as Computerworld editor Scott Carey leads the squad into the cauldron of convo. Christina Mercer explains why her beau Elon Musk took a car into space, Sean Bradley on that bursting Bitcoin bubble, and David Price to tell us all how Apple can charge even more for its stuff and keep on making record profit. See acast.com/privacy for…
 
This week host Charlotte Jee breaks down open banking with Computerworld UK editor Scott Carey: what is it and why should we care? Then audience development editor Christina Mercer explains why chip-maker Qualcomm has been fined nearly €1 billion and the EU's sustained attack on big tech (12:00)Last up is senior staff writer at Tech Advisor Dom Pre…
 
Lewis Painter and Dom Preston talk host Henry Burrell through a sea of gaming news. Is Far Cry 5 any good, and why is Nintendo selling £60 cardboard boxes?Don't worry, it's not quite that.We start though with a round up of all the actual things you can buy that were shown at CES, as opposed to the mad robots and foldable TVs. See acast.com/privacy …
 
2018 lands with a distinct thud as Charlotte Jee tackles Meltdown and Spectre, David Price wrestles with Apple's batteries and its new iMac Pro, before Miriam Harris works through the Bafta nominations for visual effects. Henry Burrell leads us down the rabbit hole. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Once more for 2017 as Henry Burrell, Karen Khan and Scott Carey bid farewell to this wonderful year (ahem) with musings on Apple's sexy new iMac Pro. Who is it for, how much is it and does this mean there is no Mac Pro in 2018?We then tackle Netflix's Twitter shaming of its users and why Spotify got away with it earlier in the year. How comfortable…
 
We finally get the IoT acronym the pod has been waiting for as we discuss Bitcoin and 17th century Dutch finance. Charlotte Jee informs Henry Burrell, David Price and Scott Carey.Scott then leads us down the winding road of the so-called platform wars, in a week when Google blocked the Amazon Echo Show from streaming YouTube. Is this a bump in the …
 
It's a bumper pod! David Price leads Ashleigh Macro and Henry Burrell down the topical rabbit hole to discuss why Black Friday largely sucks, but is an interesting venture for publishers as well as consumers. Who else bought a Switch?We then tackle the Mac root issue that hit headlines worldwide before tearing the Pixel Buds a new one. And we all d…
 
After a lengthy hiatus we are back to FINALLY talk about the iPhone X. Computerworld UK editor Scott Carey is in the hosting chair to chat with Chris Martin, reviews editor at Tech Advisor and Macworld UK, now that we have got our hands on one. Chris talks us through what he likes and dislikes so far about the pricey smartphone.Then Miriam Harris, …
 
David Price is back to host this week, with Christina Mercer breaking down what all the fuss about KRACK is and why you should take precautions with your Wi-Fi.Henry Burrell reviewed the Google Pixel 2 this week so gives us his thoughts on the device. You might want to avoid the larger XL though.We then discuss Facebook's idea to counterattack cybe…
 
Episode 73 sees David Price lead Scott Carey, Miriam Harris and Henry Burrell into a critique of Mark Zuckerberg's decision to go into a VR tour of Puerto Rico. Disaster tourism at its finest/worst.Henry then discusses the new Kindle Oasis, which for the firs time is waterproof - but very expensive and quietly released.Finally we all chip in to ask…
 
We back. Google and Amazon introduced a raft of new products for us to drool over and, of course, apply a degree of scepticism. Jim Martin was on the ground to use all the new Google stuff and has the latest.Scott then talks us through Uber's mishaps, this time its London licence has been revoked. Will the company go public when it wants to?Finally…
 
This week it is all about Apple as the company announces its eagerly awaited iPhone X and iPhone 8/8 Plus smartphones, a new Apple watch (yawn) and Apple TV news.Macworld UK editor Karen Haslam is our host this week, as she chats to a distinctly unconvinced Dominic Preston about the latest iPhone, followed by David Price on the Apple Watch Series 3…
 
Scott Carey necessarily tries to get his pronunciation game on fleek to deliver the latest Uber news - there's a new CEO in town, and it isn't a woman. Should it have been? He tells Henry Burrell what's next for the company.Then roles are reversed as Henry updates Scott on the Galaxy Note 8, LG V30 and September 12's very own iPhone 8 - will it be …
 
Join Miriam Harris, David Price and Henry Burrell as they dissect the weird internal memo row at Google. Was a male engineer genuinely trying to help Google and make a point about the company being too Left, or is he just an arsehole?Then we describe the iPhone 8 dummy we received this week (take a look at it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P…
 
Join Henry Burrell as he asks Davids Price why Snopes, the fact checking website, has run into trouble and how crowdfunding could save the day. Is it still important in this age of fake news?Then Scott Carey commentates on the bout between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk. Who knows the most about AI? When will the killer robots descend upon us? Does …
 
A classic edition of the pod as we hark back to the hallowed three topic format. Henry Burrell hosts David Price, Scott Carey and Chris Martin to ask just how Netflix got so popular. Will it sustain it though?Windows Phone is also pretty much actually dead but the funeral march is long. Other phone stuff includes the hallowed iPhone 8, the demise o…
 
We return like a nerdy phoenix for episode 66, where Henry Burrell leads David Price and Dominic Preston down the tech rabbit hole to discuss the week's news.Amazon Prime Day came and went, but what does it really mean for consumers and the media? Did you buy anything? Did you need it?The team then discuss the odd ongoing story of the man who lost …
 
Games! Tech Advisor's Lewis Painter and Dom Preston school Henry Burrell and Techword's Scott Carey on the haps from E3. What does E3 stand for? What is a rabbid? Which games have eagles in them? All the issues.Scott then talks us through Uber's latest mishaps, which by now are not funny - will the company survive the mess its CEO has led it into? …
 
June means WWDC, and boy did Apple deliver this year. HomePod! iPad! Software! It's all here.Join the Macworld massive David Price, Ashleigh Macro, Dom Preston and Henry Burrell as they rifle through 40 minutes of on-the-nose critiques of Apple's latest announcements.With the new iMac Pro, iPad 10.5in and HomePod, the company introduced hardware fo…
 
This week we dive into the new Surface Pro with Digital Arts' Neil Bennett. Who is it for and is it that different to the last one? And are 2 in 1 devices really the future of computing?Then Techworld's Scott Carey, fresh back from Cannes, discusses why the French film industry booed at a Netflix film - why was it there in the first place? Is the f…
 
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