Also, a breakdown of the Razer Phone 2 and the challenge connecting folks in rural areas.
Plus, more details on the Facebook hack, and Sonos considers adding Roku's voice assistant to its speakers.
Spoiler: Not so great out the gate. Also: How Pixel 3's camera stacks up and Netflix's earnings.
Plus, a look into the San Fran scooter wars.
We're far from developing robots that feel emotions, but we already have feelings towards them, says robot ethicist Kate Darling, and an instinct like that can have consequences. Learn more about how we're biologically hardwired to project intent and life onto machines -- and how it might help us better understand ourselves.
Plus, we delve into CNET's review of the Google Pixel 3.
Google announces the Pixel 3 along with the Google Home Hub, and Pixel Slate. Is the Pixel 3 exactly as rumored? Andrew and John also discuss the other product announces by Google, and Google's decision to shut down Google plus. Will Google try do create a new social product in the wake of Google Plus?
We talk about the Galaxy A9, AT&T's proposed streaming service and how Google Hub sidesteps the privacy issue.
Check out our thoughts on Google's new flagship lineup.
25 years of Magic: The Gathering, could there be 25 more? Mark Rosewater has been with the company that produces it for almost the whole time. He and writer Cassandra Khaw join Adam to talk about the game changer that's become an institution.
Plus, previewing Google's Pixel event and more denials of Bloomberg's spy story.
We find out how Facebook is going green in Ireland, uncover a forget-me-not font and check out First Man and Venom.
We discuss a Bloomberg Business bombshell alleging a huge China spying effort, Amazon's work with -- and sometimes against -- its hardware partners, and Uber's new scooters.
Microsoft revamps its entire lineup.
More details arrive about OnePlus' latest flagship phone, Verizon will launch a tiny 5G rollout and Amazon raises its minimum wage.
Co-creator of comic book icon Judge Dredd, Carlos Ezquerra, remembered and protests at Swiss football matches explored. And we find out what games and games technology could be teaching the robot drivers of the future.
Facebook gets breached, Elon Musk settles with the SEC and net neutrality is a thing in California.
Andrew and Paul discuss the improvements to the camera on the iPhone XS and X Max. Paul ponders what Samsung will unveil at their "4x the fun" event next month. Is their event name in reference to a phone with 4 cameras? Paul also gives his thoughts on the Google Pixel 3 possibly having a notch and Verizon and T-Mobile launching 5G. Is in home wireless internet about to be a thing?
We discuss Oculus' latest hardware, talk about the iPhone XR and dabble in 5G and NASA.
Special guest Scott Stein offers his impressions of the Watch after a week of wear.
A look at UberAir's ambitions, Instagram's founders exit from Facebook and iPhone XS sales.
The prize pool for the FACEIT Major in London at the weekend was a hefty million dollars. Two players, Smooya and Dephh, spoke to Game On before the fun started. Gamereactor's Sam Bishop joins Adam to talk about the event. And how did Bungie sneak into this? David Dague talks Destiny 2 from EGX.
Plus, Amazon's device announcement bonanza.
In a talk that's part history lesson, part love letter to graphics, information designer Tommy McCall traces the centuries-long evolution of charts and diagrams -- and shows how complex data can be sculpted into beautiful shapes. "Graphics that help us think faster, or see a book's worth of information on a single page, are the key to unlocking new discoveries," McCall says.
Samsung invites the media to their Galaxy event next month. Will Samsung announce their long rumored foldable phone? Amazon announced a slew of new Echo devices including a smart plug, Fire TV Recast, and Echo Auto. Andrew and John discuss the new devices. The two also discuss Verizon launching a new 5G plan and what the future of smartphones might look like.
BBC 5Live Tech Phone-in: Fevzi Turkalp from GadgetDetective.com answers 5Live listeners’ technology questions
From smartphones & tablets, to dealing with malware & protecting your privacy, our resident expert, Fevzi Turkalp has all the tech advice you need to choose the best tech for your needs & keep your existing gadgets running smoothly. In this week’s tech phone-in advises listeners on… • Preventing Spam email • Using your mobile phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot • How to run Windows and Mac software on your tablet or smartphone • Connecting printers and other peripherals to a tablet • How to stop Microsoft from nagging you to upgrade to Windows 10 • Connecting USB memory devices to Android phones and tablets • Should you upgrade your iPhone/iPad to iOS 12 • What Operating System should you run on an old Windows XP computer The Tech phone-in is back on Friday 5th October 2018 from 2am In the meantime you can contact Fevzi with your tech questions on Twitter @GadgetDetective
We walk through all the rumors, from microwaves to subwoofers and a new Echo Dot.
Special guest David Katzmaier helps break down the prospect of top-notch audio from Amazon, plus what's new in Apple's TV-system update.
Plus, rumors of an Alexa-enabled microwave.
Special guest Shara Tibken is here to break down the Apple products. Also: A look at bomb shelters for the apocalypse.
Our fingerprints are what make us unique -- but they're also home to a world of information hidden in molecules that reveal our actions, lifestyles and routines. In this riveting talk, chemist Simona Francese shows how she studies these microscopic traces using mass spectrometry, a technology that analyzes fingerprints in previously impossible detail, and demonstrates how this cutting-edge forensic science can help police catch criminals.
Vikki Blake, former hunter who's turned her coat and gone warlock, explains why she thinks Destiny 2 is holding its audience and author, Dmitry Glukhovsky talks about the universe that's been built in his books and 4A's games.
If you ever struggle to make decisions, here's a talk for you. Cognitive scientist Tom Griffiths shows how we can apply the logic of computers to untangle tricky human problems, sharing three practical strategies for making better decisions -- on everything from finding a home to choosing which restaurant to go to tonight.
Andrew and Paul discuss Apple's announcement of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. What the difference between all the new models? Microsoft will hold an event in October. What new products will they announce? And Andrew and Paul ponder on a conspiracy theory surrounding the new Google Pixel. Could the new Pixel actually be notchless?
We discuss everything that was (and wasn't) announced at Apple's event yesterday.
We catch you up on all the iPhone, Apple Watch, Mac and iPad Pro rumors.
We're at the V&A for the opening of the new exhibition - Videogames: Design/Play/Disrupt - in the company of Curator, Marie Foulstrom @tigershungry and Robin Hunicke @hunicke one of the team that brought us 2012's Journey. The makers of EVE Online -CCP- have been sold to a Korean software house. Brendan Drain @nyphur from Massively OP explains what may be going on.
Meet AIVA, an artificial intelligence that has been trained in the art of music composition by reading more than 30,000 of history's greatest scores. In a mesmerizing talk and demo, Pierre Barreau plays compositions created by AIVA and shares his dream: to create original live soundtracks based on our moods and personalities.
CNET's Katie Collins and Richard Trenholm watch tech execs face off with US lawmakers -- and ask whether it's time for a BlackBerry comeback.
In this week’s tech phone-in advises listeners on… • Choosing a budget or mid-range smartphone • Choosing the best broadband, and how to get a good deal • How to save money using smart home technology • Syncing your smartphone contacts with Microsoft Outlook • Recovering lost or deleted files from your computer The Tech phone-in is back on Friday 21st September 2018 from 2am In the meantime you can contact Fevzi with your tech questions on Twitter @GadgetDetective
When we talk about greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide gets the most attention -- but methane, which often escapes unseen from pipes and wells, has a far greater immediate impact on global warming. Environmentalist Fred Krupp has an idea to fix the problem: launch a satellite that tracks global methane emissions, and openly share the data it collects with the public. Learn more about how simple fixes to cut down on this invisible pollutant can help us put the brakes on climate change. (This ambitious plan is one of the first ideas of The Audacious Project, TED's new initiative to inspire global change.)