A big exploit on Many commercial CPUs has rocked the tech world. We explain what Spectre and Meltdown actually are and how they spell danger for your machines. Welcome to 2018...
We finish 2017 with a spoiler-filled discussion of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. So be warned, if you haven't seen it, listen to this podcast once you have!
The spoiler-free Star Wars: The Last Jedi review is in, and we take our now traditional end of year quiz, looking back over tech news from the past 12 months.
The value of Bitcoin is soaring, but it's also very unstable. Is now the right time to buy, and just how easy is it? We take a look at the positives and the pitfalls of investing in cryptocurrency.
A major security flaw was discovered this week in Apple's latest High Sierra MacOS which left us all asking serious questions and we take a look at the cuddly robot that helps you fall asleep...
The FCC, EA and Uber - what do these companies have in common? They're not in anybody's good books this week as we discuss net neutrality, Star Wars and data breaches (again)!
Sometimes AI needs to let its hair down. Joe and David discuss who edits Wikipedia, as well as the irksome iOS bug that isn't without a hint of irony.
We named this podcast after the only two celebrities Joe could name... More importantly though, we unpack the implications for AI being able to create images, the death of Kinect and the Sony Paris Games week.
The KRACK WiFi vulnerability poses a threat to businesses and individuals alike, but what are the big companies doing to counteract it? We also take a look at Netflix's original content push, the new quiz app from Vine and the rumoured foldable smartphone from Samsung.
Our favourite subject, memes, is on the table for discussion in this episode, and we talk about tech companies' response to the devastation cause in Puerto Rico.
We take a look at the latest announcements from the Google Pixel unveiling event, and discuss Richard Branson's latest comments about the future of food production. Oh, we also make fun of the new Dropbox branding too...
In our 80th episode, we talk about Uber's latest set back, how much information we're really surrendering over the internet and whether there's a different way for websites to make money outside of advertising.
Remember Runescape? We look at how people are making a living in the real world by playing the game, and of course, we talk about the new iPhone X.
One man puts Amazon's "unlimited" cloud storage to the test, and following the hurricane in Texas, we take a look at emergency alert systems and how they work.
It's been a big week for rights on the internet as a far right website has been denied hosting by a number of large companies, and H3H3 Productions win a landmark lawsuit on fair use of content on the internet.
We spend a little more time than we should reviewing The Emoji Movie, as well as discussing digital election fraud, cracking casino games and Uber scandals.
HBO suffered a huge data leak which has put TV shows like Game of Thrones in Jeopardy. We discuss the nature of streaming and illegal downloading as well as looking at the latest in tech news.
It's been a jam packed week for tech news, so we race through block chains, Pokemon Go, IT support revenge and the loss of Microsoft Paint and Adobe Flash... phew!
Nathan Rona joins us this week to tell us about his recent exploits with the company drone.