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access_time6 hours ago
Andrew Hoyle and Drew Stearne discuss the frighteningly fast Tesla Roadster and all the money to be spent on tech from the UK Autumn budget.

access_time10 hours ago
The HomePod is delayed to "early 2018," new iMac Pro details are out before its December release and an Apple TV tip from a caller!

access_time2 days ago
We talk about a proposal to repeal rules that keep ISPs from blocking or slowing down access to websites or services. Also, Uber's breach and Black Friday shopping in VR.

access_time3 days ago
The critically acclaimed film starring Kumail Nanjiani comes to Amazon's streaming video service.

access_time3 days ago
AT&T will fight the Justice Department in court to secure its acquisition. Plus, we talk about charges in the HBO hack and some cybersecurity tips.

access_time4 days ago
The $349 smart speaker is delayed until 2018. Plus, we talk about the new Google Pixel Buds.

access_time8 days ago
Netflix's latest Marvel show goes online. Meanwhile, Hulu's first original Marvel show is coming soon.

access_time8 days ago
The iPhone X has its share of bugs and issues at launch, the 2018 iPad Pro will be getting a whole lot more speed, and your 10-year-old son might be able to unlock your iPhone's Face ID.

access_time8 days ago
We chat about Pixar's first virtual-reality experience called "Coco VR," while Nintendo fave "Duck Hunt" adds VR too.

access_time9 days ago
We chat about people trying to curb their screen use, as well as expectations for the new "Justice League" movie.

access_time10 days ago
A security company says it was able to trick Face ID. Also: a worthy alternative to Samsung's Galaxy S8, and Firefox's big new upgrade.

access_time11 days ago
The best-selling author of "The Martian" tackles his next celestial body by taking the action of "Artemis" to the first city on the moon.

access_time11 days ago
The company's vision of tomorrow's cruise ship is loaded with tech. We also check out Lego racing in VR and discuss China's Singles' Day.

access_time15 days ago
You know his work, but you might not know his name. A new documentary puts the spotlight on Shepard Fairey, the mind behind a number of truly iconic pieces of art.

access_time15 days ago
The iOS “i ” has been fixed, the 2018 iPad will bring Face ID and Animoji karaoke is a thing

access_time15 days ago
Facebook wants your nude photos to fight revenge porn, Yahoo and Equifax go before Congress, and AT&T and Time Warner's deal is in jeopardy.

access_time16 days ago
Apple may be betting big on augmented reality, Twitter gives us some room to breathe and Snap is in all kinds of trouble.

access_time17 days ago
We preview the upcoming Amazon Key service and talk about BlackBerry's woes.

access_time18 days ago
It only took one drop for the iPhone X to crack. Also on the show, T-Mobile and Sprint are NOT getting together after all.

access_time19 days ago
Andrew Hoyle and Katie Collins discuss the busy iPhone X launch, how restaurants are bringing science to the dinner table and why a supersonic car going slowly is still cool.

access_time21 days ago
Scott Stein joins the show for the two biggest changes worth talking about on the iPhone X: Face ID and the loss of the Home button.

access_time22 days ago
With a new month comes a lot to watch. Hulu picked up the complete twelfth season of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" along with some fun movies.

access_time22 days ago
On today's podcast, we talk about Russian trolls influencing the US presidential election, Google's complicated Pixel 2 XL warranty and smart dining.

access_time24 days ago
Facebook, Google and Twitter are testifying before Congress on Tuesday. We break it down. Also, the latest in the Apple-Qualcomm legal fight.

access_time25 days ago
We discuss how Russia's propaganda campaign worked online, Jeff Bezos' billions and Nintendo earnings.

access_time29 days ago
Stream the darker side of television and movies in preparation for Halloween.

access_time29 days ago
Brian tells us his secrets for scoring an iPhone X on launch day. Bloomberg says Apple reduced the quality of its face recognition system in order to get more iPhones out in time. Plus, Apple is getting sued over the Animoji trademark.

access_time29 days ago
We dive into the new Google phone's screen woes, Twitter banning Russia Today and Sputnik ads and Amazon's earnings preview.

access_time1 month ago
We talk about the struggles Apple has had making iPhone X units, Amazon's new Key service and Verizon Wireless giving you 4K video streams.

access_time1 month ago
We talk with special guest David Katzmaier about the best streaming options, and explain the beef between Kaspersky and the US government.

access_time1 month ago
We talk about Netflix's tricks to get you to click play, T-Mobile's earnings and pending Sprint merger, and robots and retailers.

access_time1 month ago
Nate Lanxon joins Andy to discuss the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, the 4K Apple TV and why Nate filmed his wedding in VR.

access_time1 month ago
Good news, everyone! Hulu is the new home to every episode of "Futurama."

access_time1 month ago
Tim Cook responds to a customer about the future of the Mac Mini, and the latest iPhone X updates.

access_time1 month ago
We run down the top contenders for Amazon's next major campus and discuss Bixby coming to your fridge.

access_time1 month ago
In our new podcast about tech-related books, we talk to the author of a novel that explores what happens when people just walk away from everything.

access_time1 month ago
We discuss the new, foldable ZTE Axon M, as well as Walmart's vision for the future of shopping.

access_time1 month ago
We break down CNET's review of the Pixel 2, talk about Netflix's earnings and discuss the foldable Axon M phone.

access_time1 month ago
We talk about KRACK, a new vulnerability found in a majority of Wi-Fi hotspots, and dish about 5G.

access_time1 month ago
Actually, all of the Arrowverse pals are back for new episodes. The best part? You can watch them for free.

access_time1 month ago
Movies Anywhere is the service we've all been asking for. Also, Apple is working with LG on a foldable iPhone for sometime after 2020, and ARKit continues to grow.

access_time1 month ago
The Google Home Mini hits a snag, Alexa now recognizes your voice, and Target comes to Google Home.

access_time1 month ago
We talk all about Facebook's Oculus Connect event with special guest Scott Stein.

access_time2 months ago
A study offers surprising results on the longevity of that older iPhone. We also chat about New York Comic Con and digital detoxing.

access_time2 months ago
An old friend joins the show to chat about all of Google's new gadgets and we break down the best video games that you should be excited about.

access_time2 months ago
We're not being creepy. "An Evening with Kevin Smith" is now online along with a lot of television shows.

access_time2 months ago
Google's all new lineup features new surprises like the Pixelbook and Pixel Buds. As for Google Clips no.

access_time2 months ago
Today's podcast is devoted to Google's small addition to its Home family.

access_time2 months ago
We run through Google's hardware launch event, including Pixel 2 and Home Mini.

access_time2 months ago
Watch a replay of CNET's live coverage from Google's Pixel 2 event. See the new phones, Google Home speakers and a demo of the Pixel Buds translating different languages in real time.

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