Xbox One backwards compatibility, Andy's emotion over a Final Fantasy 7 remake and our favourite game show returns. All that and more on the UK's best technology podcast.
Twins Jacob and Evie Frye lead the Assassin's charge.
The virtual reality headset may come in a new form this year. Meanwhile, the Super Bowl was streamed online in record numbers, and there are theories to why Venmo had troubles after the big game.
Be careful when replacing parts. Poorly made cables can fry a laptop, and iPhones will stop working if the Touch ID button is repaired outside of Apple. It's a lesson some are learning the hard way.
On Facebook #FriendsDay, the social network says we're all connected by 3.5 people -- not six. Meanwhile, Amazon Echo plays Spotify songs and Google takes self-driving cars to new destinations.
Yet another Fitbit joins the flock, but the Alta goes for style -- and bugs you for being boring. Also, Nintendo gives more details on Miitomo, coming next month.
Sunday's big game will be held in the NFL's most high-tech stadium. But if you're watching at home, be sure to calibrate your TV, and learn how to stream the game for free.
Get ready for a busy month in mobile news. The next big phones from Samsung and LG will be shown off February 21. Also, Samsung's Android Internet browser now blocks ads, and Google may be testing 5G speeds with drones.
These video breakdowns from Industrial Light & Magic show how the magic of CGI was used to breathe life into characters like Maz Kanata.
What's the difference between Facebook, Periscope and Meerkat for live-streaming video? Bridget Carey explains how the new broadcast feature works on Facebook. Also: iTunes Radio is no longer free, and Rihanna lures new users to Tidal.