The in crowd: Tech Weekly podcast04/29/15
From exploding kittens to electric bikes to space telescopes, crowdfunding has revolutionised the way we create. So how do you do it?Aleks KrotoskiIan LivingstoneSimon Barnard
Up Periscope - Tech Weekly podcast
Periscope and Meerkat are apps which let you live-stream video from your smartphone, and are being hailed as a communication revolution. But are they?Aleks KrotoskiSimon BarnardAlex HernSamuel GibbsJonathan HaynesChristian Payne
A new tech bubble? - Tech Weekly podcast
The number of tech companies valued at dizzying sums over the last year has fuelled talk of a tech bubble - are we in one?Aleks KrotoskiLarry ElliottDominic RusheSimon BarnardJason Phipps
How to survive in a digital economy where everything is...
In this interview originally published in 2013, Nicholas Lovell discusses the way in which agile businesses in this disruptive digital era can turn super fans into a sustainable incomeAleks KrotoskiJason PhippsSimon Barnard
How digital is the 2015 election? – Tech Weekly podcast
What role will social media and digital strategies play in winning the main political parties crucial votes?Aleks KrotoskiAnne PerkinsElena CresciJonathan HaynesJason Phipps
The app generation - good or bad? - Tech Weekly podcast
This week on the podcast we're talking apps and the generation of creatives using them for work and playStuart DredgeAleks KrotoskiEva KrysiakJason Phipps
Games as therapy - Tech Weekly podcast
Increasingly computer games are being used to treat conditions from autism to Parkinson's diseaseKeith StuartJason Phipps
Apple hails the return of the wrist watch – Tech Weekly...
The team take the long view of Apple's smart watch and review Apple Pay expansion and the rise of the MacBookSamuel GibbsAleks KrotoskiAlex HernHannah Jane ParkinsonEva KrysiakJason Phipps
Mobile World Congress 2015 in review - Tech Weekly Podcast
The tech team discuss this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona as the event grows in size and scopeAleks KrotoskiAlex HernSamuel GibbsJuliette Garside
The right to be remembered - Tech Weekly podcast
As the right to be forgotten grows in importance online we ask what about the right to be rememberedAleks KrotoskiJulia PowlesSamuel GibbsJason PhippsAlannah Chance
The right to be forgotten - Podcast
The recent European court of justice ruling on the right to be delisted by companies like Google opens up a new era in digital rightsJulia PowlesAleks KrotoskiJemima KissJason Phipps
Ten years of Google Maps – Tech Weekly podcast
Aleks Krotoski and the tech team mark a decade of Google Maps by asking where mapping technologies came from and are going in the digital ageAleks KrotoskiAlex HorneSamuel Gibbs
The internet is not the answer – Tech Weekly podcast
Aleks Krotoski meets author Andrew Keen to discuss his latest polemic on the role of the internetAleks KrotoskiJason Phipps
The dawn of augmented and virtual reality technologies -...
As Oculus Rift's foray into film begins and Microsoft reveals its HoloLens headset the team discuss the dawn of AR and VR techAleks KrotoskiAlex HernSamuel GibbsJason Phipps
Do politicians understand encryption? – Tech Weekly podcast
Aleks Krotoski and the tech team discuss prime minister David Cameron's proposals for regulation and control of digital encryption technologiesAleks KrotoskiAlex HernSamuel GibbsJason Phipps
The best tech at CES 2015 - Tech Weekly podcast
The tech team take a look at this year's consumer electronic show in Las Vegas
What to expect from computer games in 2015 - Podcast
The big games of 2014 and what to expect from computer games in 2015Keith StuartLeigh AlexanderJason Phipps
The top 10 tech and digital moments in 2014 - Podcast
The top 10 tech and digital moments in 2014Leigh AlexanderSamuel GibbsAlex HernElena CresciKeith StuartJemima Kiss
Darius Kazemi: the Oscar Wilde of internet bots – Tech...
How Twitter and Tumblr bots use algorithmic skill to bring wit, warmth and a critical eye to internet culture
Bethany Koby on why technology will save us – Tech Weekly...
The tech team meet the co-founder of Technology Will Save Us, a design and education company that make DIY gadget kits, and discuss recent Sony hacks and why the Royal Mail is going into the 3D printing businessAlex HernSamuel GibbsChris JohnstonJason...
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