Google's Star Trek-style wearable, a historic rocket and whether we need "The Phantom Menace" are all up for debate on the latest episode of the UK's galaxy-devouring tech podcast.
We discuss Sky's fancy new premium TV service Sky Q, wish Windows a happy 30th birthday and debate whether the UK is sick of Black Friday riots.
The future direction of cybersecurity investment and legislation is a high priority for politicians in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.
We marvel at the price of the new iPad Pro, hear what screenwriter Aaron Sorkin has to say about Steve Jobs and find out why Google's autonomous car was pulled over by the cops.
Crew at the short-haul airline could soon be sporting wearable tech to help light up your flight.
With a slide-out keyboard and Android on board, the BlackBerry Priv has stolen Andy's heart. Meanwhile VW's woes deepen and Activision invests in mobile games.
The Investigatory Powers Bill, known by critics as "the Snooper's Charter," could also require overseas companies to play a part in bulk collection of data and interception of messages.
We talk about Samsung's sense-defying 18.4-inch tablet and hear from Raspberry Pi inventor Eben Upton. Hit play below for the latest episode of the UK's best tech podcast.
The One A9 looks a lot like Apple's own smartphones -- is that disappointing, a smart business move, or both? We ask the question on the UK's best tech podcast.
This is the second breach at the company in the last 12 months. TalkTalk acknowledges that some of its data wasn't protected by encryption.