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 toymaker stores personal data and photos in a way that may be easy for hackers to access. Also, Amazon shows off its latest design for delivery drones.
These machines might be drones in name alone, but that doesn't make them any less fun to fly.
Welcome to the next age of space exploration: reusable rockets. Get the details on the landing by Blue Origin, run by Amazon's Jeff Bezos. Meanwhile, questions swirl over Amazon's security with forced password resets.
Too much Star Wars? Never! Google sneaks Star Wars characters into its apps and services. Meanwhile, Yahoo blocks ad blockers, and LG kills the Urbane 2 smartwatch just days after it went on sale.
Evil Superman battle! Killer computers! Richard Pryor as a hacker! Watch this "Superman III" trailer remade to look like the horror film it probably should have been.
Breaking up is hard to do, but Facebook wants to help. Bridget Carey offers other ways to ease the pain, including Adele's latest album, which could make history with CD shipments. What year is it?
Sony has confirmed PS2 emulation is coming to PS4. Those who've purchased a Star Wars Battlefront bundle can already take advantage.
Attention online shoppers: Google beefs up shopping search on mobile, eBay puts a new twist on Black Friday fights and IBM's Watson tracks which gifts are trending.