Russ and Jeff gang up on Uber's hideous new logo, look up the meaning of Error 53, prepare for Super Bowl 50 and get a quick and dirty review of the Coen Brothers' latest film, "Hail, Caesar!"
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Jeff and Russ unpack the YouTube scandal involving The Fine Brothers, try and understand the Zika virus without scaring themselves and vent about PC problems just about everyone on Earth has experienced at one point or another.
An embattled Apple admits that iPhone sales growth has slowed, while Microsoft is content to cook up a horrifying new alarm clock. It's all coming up on the UK's best tech podcast.
Apple pushed TVOS version 9.1.1 to Apple TV users today, adding a new Podcasts app that automatically syncs with your iCloud and iTunes subscriptions to stream your favorite podcast shows onto your TV screen.
Luke Westaway and Andrew Hoyle bring you the week's hottest tech news, plus your thoughts on smart-home tech and a snack-related quiz.
Russ and Jeff are ready to talk about "The Force Awakens" without worrying about spoilers (skip 8:00-19:00 if you don't want to hear it!). Plus, they discuss the newest "Suicide Squad" trailer and Amazon's magical auto-replenishment devices.
Make your old iPhone faster with iOS 9.2.1. How much would you pay for Apple "Air Buds", and the new Apple Watch is unlikely to be announced in March.
Andrew Hoyle is joined by Roadshow's Drew Stearne to talk about the future of electric and hydrogen cars, autonomous driving, and why your car may be forced to kill you.
Another CES in the books means it's time to wrap-up the Consumer Electronics Show. We're joined by Katie Linendoll to help us break it all down, from single-passenger drones, to VR to driver-less cars.
Andrew Hoyle is joined this week by Katie Collins to discuss all of the best new tech coming out of CES, including the future of electric cars, a TV in a fridge and a bow tie for dogs.