We explain how one person managed to encode the entire works of Shakespeare into one, tiny picture and tweet it out. There is also discussion about whether there is any point to the "PC Classic" console...
Google are in hot water for breaching EU anti-competition rules, and we look at how deep fakes could change the way we view media. We also discuss the controversy around Rockstar overworking staff ahead of their latest game release, Red Dead Redemption 2.
With the fragmenting of streaming services, people are turning back to illegal downloading to get access to the shows and movies they want to watch. We chat about the future of streaming, as well as the man who has built the entire Pokemon game in Minecraft...
A former Google chief predicts the internet will be split in two by 2030. The question is, which side of the internet will we be on? We also talk about the insurance company who only provide policies that can track data via wearables, and how the front-facing camera on your phone is lying to you.
Is software too bloated? Will anyone buy the PlayStation Classic? Why do IT professionals feel like they’re impostors? Let’s find out on this week’s Unravelling Technology podcast…
It’s that time of year again, the Apple Conference! We discuss all the announcements from the conference including 3 new iPhones and an Apple Watch. We also look at problematic programming languages, memes under threat and of course, Elon Musk and Tesla.
Going up! We discuss the proposal to construct an elevator to transport materials into space, as well as taking a look at Elon Musk's latest antics.
Who writes those Amazon reviews, and what do they get out of it? We put our investigative hats on and dive into the world of fake reviews. Also, we talk about how tech could help reshape architecture as we know it, and take pot shots at this week's Kickstarter of the Week!
Shrinking violet Elon Musk has been in the news a lot recently, so much so in fact, that we had to delete our last podcast. So thanks for that Elon! We explain what's been going on in this week's podcast.
It's almost 30°C outside, but we sat indoors and recorded a podcast just for you because we're committed to bringing you the latest in tech and IT news. That's what's you call "dedication".
We do talk about tech, honest! But we do go a little off topic with talk about allergies and escape rooms too...
As you may have noticed by now, we enjoy playing video games. And last week was the largest video gaming conference in the world, E3! We look back on all the major announcements and talk about what we're looking forward to playing over the next year.
As has become tradition, we review the new Star Wars film, Solo, while also squeezing in your weekly dose of tech news and updates!
What is the Boring Company? What's the most sophisticated code ever written? How good is Titanic: The Musical? All these questions (and a couple more) answered in this week's Unravelling Tech!
We try and wrap our heads round the recent audio illusion that's been doing the rounds, as well as discussing Google's AI controversy, video calls for prisons and new AI booking assistant tech demonstrated at Google I/O.
They said we'd never make it, but here we are at our 100th episode! We look at why messaging app Telegram is being banned in some countries, and why France.com has caused a commotion recently...
TSB could have done with some IT support this weekend as many of their customers were unable to access their accounts over the weekend. We also take a look at Amazon's new delivery service by which they unlock your car boot and leave your package.
Joe returns from his trip to Japan, and along with stories and anecdotes, he comes armed with wasabi flavoured Kit Kats...
It's the 90s again on the Unravelling Technology podcast as we try to answer the eternal question: Do violent video games create violent people? We also discuss the Internet Archive's quest to emulate the cheap handheld video games of our childhood, and talk about the Meme Restaurant you never asked for!
The cure is worse than the disease as we talk viruses bundled with games, enterprising Spotify users and ask: who really runs the cloud?