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Weekly news and opinions from the UK's biggest tech monthly.

Weekly news and opinions from the UK's biggest tech monthly.
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London, United Kingdom

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Weekly news and opinions from the UK's biggest tech monthly.

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@pcpro

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English

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Episodes

Podcast 446

10/18/2018
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The team discusses the passing of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, Facebook's new rival to the Echo Show, licensing changes for Android and the arrival of Photoshop for the iPad. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, an upmarket smartphone with some clever tricks up its shiny sleeve.

Duration:01:09:37

Podcast 445

10/4/2018
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The PC Pro team unpicks the Facebook data "scandal", gives its early thoughts on the new Surface hardware and Windows 10 October update, and tries to decide if Amazon has done the right thing by raising wages. Plus, the hot hardware of the week: an Asus ultraportable with a difference.

Duration:01:05:02

Podcast 444

9/20/2018
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Is Jeff Bezos a force for good or in it for the headlines? The team discusses his latest altruistic project, before analysing the likely success - or otherwise - of the latest challenger to Intel's dominance. Plus hologram phone calls, Jon Honeyball's take on the Equifax fine and our verdict on the hot hardware of the week: the iPhone XS.

Duration:01:04:23

Podcast 443

9/6/2018
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The team discusses the pick of new technology from IFA, potential challengers for Adobe's throne, some thought-provoking AI applications and 20 years of Google. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Surface Go, the latest in Microsoft's neverending procession of tablet-cum-laptop hybrids.

Duration:01:04:30

Podcast 413

7/13/2017
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The team discusses Google's new backup service, the rise of "esports", net neutrality protests and the end of the line for Windows Phone. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Loupedeck, a dedicated control unit for Adobe Lightroom.

Duration:01:04:11

Podcast 412

6/29/2017
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The team discusses Google's huge EU fine, the iPhone's tenth birthday, technical support scams and the potential of online virtual worlds. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Token Ring - not the networking technology, but an NFC-equipped item of jewellery.

Duration:01:00:43

Podcast 411

6/15/2017
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Jon Honeyball joins the team to discuss the latest news from Apple's WWDC event, new features for Cortana, and Amazon's Alexa-enabled Dash Wand. Our Hot Hardware candidate is Microsoft's Surface Laptop.

Duration:01:04:48

Podcast 410

5/18/2017
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Real-worlders Jon Honeyball and Steve Cassidy join the regular team as we discuss news from Google I/O, Amazon’s new Echo Show, Facebook’s attempts to clamp down on clickbait and – inevitably – the recent NHS ransomware attack. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the BlackBerry KEYone, a smartphone with a physical keyboard that makes its ridiculous name slightly easier to type.

Duration:01:08:52

Podcast 409

5/4/2017
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Anyone for 10 S? The team discusses Microsoft's new locked-down edition of Windows, ponders a new approach to wireless charging, asks whether the smartphone's days are numbered, and finds out what happens to your data when you die. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Microsoft Surface Laptop.

Duration:00:58:12

Podcast 408

4/20/2017
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Ian Betteridge joins the team as we discuss Facebook's big plans for future tech, ponder Google's move into ad-blocking, ask whether Kickstarter has lost its lustre, and weigh up the latest announcements from Microsoft. Our hot hardware candidate is, shockingly, the Samsung Galaxy S8.

Duration:00:59:46

Podcast 407

4/6/2017
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The team discusses the latest political row over encryption; a change of direction for the Mac Pro; good news for Pebble owners; and Microsoft's promise of greater transparency over privacy in Windows 10. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Triby, an Alexa-enabled kitchen radio.

Duration:00:59:15

Podcast 406

3/23/2017
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Ian Betteridge and Nicole Kobie join the podcast to discuss Android O, concerns over the sharing of NHS patient data, and the role of digital surveillance in the age of drones. Our Hot Hardware candidate is in fact a software service, namely Microsoft Teams, Redmond's would-be rival to Slack.

Duration:00:57:00

Podcast 405

3/9/2017
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Steve Cassidy joins the team as we discuss new surveillance revelations from Wikileaks, adverts in Windows 10, Amazon's S3 outage and Alexa's role in a US court case. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the retro-styled Nokia 3310 phone.

Duration:00:59:24

Podcast 404

2/23/2017
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Nicole Kobie joins the regular team to discuss smartphone separation anxiety, the challenges for semi-autonomous cars, proposals to tax robot workers and the Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa. Our Hot Hardware candidate is AMD's new Ryzen CPU design, which lays down a stark challenge to Intel's high-end chips.

Duration:00:59:29

Podcast 403

2/9/2017
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Microsoft's new "Cloud" edition of Windows 10 heads up this fortnight's podcast; we also discuss Google's "zoom and enhance" image-processing technology, plus video piracy and social media passwords. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the long-awaited Android Wear 2.

Duration:00:59:20

Podcast 402

1/27/2017
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The team discusses the latest major update to Windows 10, plus news of Android on Chromebooks and Sky's planned shift from satellite to online TV services. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Microsoft Hololens.

Duration:00:59:27

Podcast 401

1/6/2017
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In this special podcast, recorded on location in Las Vegas, the team discusses the latest announcements at CES 2017.

Duration:01:14:46

Podcast 400

12/14/2016
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It's quiz time! In our last podcast of 2016, team members are tested on their knowledge of technology news, products and personalities.

Duration:00:55:34

Podcast 399

12/1/2016
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The team discusses the newly-passed "Snooper's Charter", Fitbit's acquisition of Pebble, an international move for the Internet Archive and Ofcom's ruling that BT and Openreach must split. Our hot hardware candidate is the Seagate Duet, an external hard disk that automatically backs up its contents to Amazon Cloud.

Duration:00:56:29

Podcast 398

11/17/2016
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The team discusses the rise of fake news, curses misleading broadband advertising and ponders the value of free online learning resources - all while bravely battling through sporadic audio glitches. Our hot hardware candidate is the Lenovo Yoga Book.

Duration:00:55:03