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.
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We do talk about tech, honest! But we do go a little off topic with talk about allergies and escape rooms too...
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!
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.
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.
Net Neutrality - it doesn't sound very inspiring, but it affects all internet users in a major way. We explain what is it and how your Netflix habits might have to change...
Does anyone fall for April Fools jokes anymore? We look back at some of this years' efforts from the big tech companies.
It's politics, privacy concerns and printed houses this week as Joe and David discuss the 'Day Zero' Wikileaks drop and how 3D printing will revolutionise affordable housing.
With the rise of automation and AI, we discuss what will happen to human jobs and whether a universal basic income is the answer.
VLC announce their media player will soon support VR and 360 degree video, but with all this fake news flying around, how can we be sure it's true...? Joe, David and Louise also discuss their Black Friday and Cyber Monday hauls!
Stuff from the episode...
This week's guest Dom Harris ran a game jam, whereby he and group of friends created a full game in 24 hours to raise money for Special Effect. Special Effect is a charity that provides modified equipment for people with physical disabilities to be able to enjoy games with their families and friends.