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"Deadpool" marks the triumphant return of the R-rated comic book hero with blunt-force, rapid-fire comedy. Hope you like your jokes vulgar, juvenile and very meta.
A UN panel says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being "arbitrarily detained", while Rich regales us with his Sundance Film Festival experiences.
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.
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.
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.