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Is the MP3 about to die? – Tech Weekly podcast08/19/14
Linn's Gilad Tiefenbrun on a new era of high-resolution music downloads; the tech team discuss Julian Assange in a post-Edward Snowden world; and the creator of Flappy Birds is back with Swing CoptersCharles ArthurAlex HernSamuel GibbsJason Phipps
Tyler Oakley talks YouTube, celebrity and activism - Tech Weekly podcast
Tyler Oakley talks YouTube, celebrity and activismAleks KrotoskiAlex HernCharles ArthurFred McConnellJason PhippsKeith Stuart
Jennifer Haley on The Nether, her play about virtual reality – Tech...
American playwright Jennifer Haley discusses The Nether, and our tech team discuss whether the internet of things means the end of privacy onlineJemima KissAleks KrotoskiSamuel GibbsAlex HernJason Phipps
Monica Whitty on cybersex and romancing the machine – Tech Weekly...
Monica Whitty discusses relationships in a digital world. Plus: Jemima Kiss, Samuel Gibbs and Alex Hern join Alex Krotowski to discuss the latest tech news, including NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden's plea to hackersAleks KrotoskiAlex HernSamuel...
Anki robotics founder Boris Sofman on why it's a small leap from zippy...
Anki robotics founder Boris Sofman on why it's a small leap from zippy toys to self-drive carsAleks KrotoskiKeith StuartSamuel GibbsShiona TregaskisJason PhippsCharles Arthur
Founder of 4Chan Chris Poole, the 'anti-Zuckerberg' - podcast
4Chan founder Chris Poole, the "anti-Zuckerberg"Aleks KrotoskiJason Phipps
Micha Benoliel on his revolutionary messaging app Firechat - podcast
The team discuss the revelations that Facebook experimented with members' news feeds in the name of scientific researchAleks KrotoskiAlex HernCharles ArthurJuliette GarsideStuart DredgeJason Phipps
Radical Islamist group Isis take their war to the web - podcast
Jamie Bartlett from thinktank Demos discusses the digital savvy of Isis and why radical groups are often digital pioneers
Mass surveillance of social media claimed legal in UK, and London...
Mass surveillance of social media deemed legal in the UK, and London Technology Week is in full swingAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurSamuel GibbsAlex HernJason PhippsOwen Bowcott
The Turing test is beaten and AI moves a step closer. Or does it? –...
Also Guardian games editor Keith Stuart reports from this year's E3 expo in LAAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurAlex HernJason PhippsKeith Stuart
The future of Microsoft
Analyst Wes Miller looks at the prospects for tech giant Microsoft; and the Guardian's tech team discuss Apple's iOS8 announcement and what to do about the imminent Cryptolocker ransomware attack
How the Raspberry Pi is helping refugee children
How the Raspberry Pi is bringing hope to Syrian refugee children in Lebanon; and the best ways to create and remember secure loginsAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurAlex HernSamuel GibbsJason Phipps
Google on the brink of buying Twitch and Mike Bithell on his Bafta...
Google on the brink of buying Twitch and Mike Bithell on game Thomas Was AloneCharles ArthurAleks KrotoskiSamuel GibbsKeith StuartJason Phipps
Is Bitcoin the future of money? Or a bubble about to burst? – Tech...
A range of experts, sceptics and advocates debate the longterm viability of Bitcoin and its potential role in democratising global fiscal structuresAleks KrotoskiAlex HernPhillip Inman
Daniel Appelquist on web modernisation and net security
The open-web advocate and early web pioneer Daniel Appelquist discusses the future of the internet with Jemima KissAleks KrotoskiAlex HernSamuel GibbsJason PhippsJemima Kiss
Robotic ball Sphero points to a new era in computer games: Tech Weekly...
Ian Bernstein, the co-inventor of Sphero, discusses the power of small scale and cheap robotics in the development of gamingKeith StuartSamuel GibbsAlex HernJason Phipps
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg on why girls need to do computer science
Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg discusses her book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to LeadJemima KissAleks KrotoskiJuliette GarsideJason Phipps
Kieron Gillen on a decade of New Games Journalism – audio
The influential games critic and comics author looks back over a decade of writing on gamingCharles ArthurSamuel GibbsAlex HernKeith Stuart
Why Google's Android OS is not all that open: Tech Weekly podcast
Harvard Business School's Ben Edelman tells Charles Arthur why Google's 'open' Android OS is not all that openJuliette GarsideAleks KrotoskiSamuel GibbsAlex HernCharles ArthurJason Phipps
Tech Weekly Podcast: Jim Killock on why UK online culture is no joke
Jim Killock discusses plans to amend UK copyright law and protect online parodies
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