Resident Mac-spert Josh Crouch joins us to discuss Apple's recent keynote where they announced credit cards, streaming services and more subscriptions than you can shake an Apple Pencil at.
We couldn't let the news of Google's new game streaming platform Google Stadia pass us by, so here are our initial thoughts, hopes and worries for the intriguing new gaming subscription service set to shake up the industry...
Will ScreenX get you back into the cinema, and will the Model Y prompt you to get a Tesla? We give our opinions on this week's Unravelling Technology podcast.
Joe, David and Adam explain why you shouldn’t be worried about “Momo”, and why we should all probably stop talking about her/it. They also take a look at Nike’s malfunctioning app-controlled basketball shoes…
We look at the AI program that is generating completely new human faces, as well as talking about Samsung's new foldable phone and the car AI that helps you avoid red lights.
On this week’s episode, we discuss The Verge’s now infamous video on How To Build A PC that got the internet all riled up, as well as looking at how YouTube’s copyright system has become a tool for censorship and extortion.
Apple revoke Facebook’s enterprise certificate, leaving them unable to work on internal apps, and more than a little peeved. We explain what this means, as well as looking at the technophobic Superbowl halftime adverts.
The Daily Mail had a bone to pick with Microsoft after their Edge browser was warning users not to trust the news site. As well as looking at fake news, we also discuss the potentially insidious nature of the 10 Year Challenge, and what adverts could do to Netflix's subscriber count.
We talk about that film that everyone has watched, what it means for Netflix and the Japanese café employing disabled people to operate robot waiters.
It's our annual festive edition, complete with techy Christmas wishlist and the famous Unravelling Technology End of Year Quiz.
A clock that's TOO accurate, Apple losing its status as most valuable company in the world and thousands of printers being hacked. We've got the scoop on this week's Unravelling Technology!
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!