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Journalist Josh White and radio producer Ed Swift present this podcast about technology from London. Each week they will take an in-depth look at tech trends and issues, answer common queries about this digital age and respond to your questions.

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ITT 015: #RoomForManchester, A Conservative Internet, Safe Mobile Banking
We're discussing the amazing online response from the people of Manchester in the wake of the horrific attack there this week, as well as Conservative Party plans to overhaul and lock down the internet in the UK, and our Techno Dinosaur Michele has some questions about the safety and security of mobile banking apps. Recorded at Park Town Studios in London on 25 May 2017. Music: "Nano Hoedown", "Wagon Wheel", "Wagon Wheel - Electronic"; Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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♬ I don't WannaCry no more ♬
This week, one of the biggest cyberattacks in years hit more than 70 countries. WannaCry about it? We did. Also we dive into the hot-button US issue that is net neutrality, and our techno dinosaur just can't stop the spammers from calling. Recorded on 18 May 2017. Music: "Nano Hoedown", "Wagon Wheel", "Wagon Wheel - Electronic"; Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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The wheels on the tiny green bus go round and round ...
This week in London, the ubiquitous Citymapper app trialled their own smart bus service using tiny green buses. Josh tried to find these tiny green buses to see what the service was like. Also, Ed goes on a rant about people deleting Facebook, and the techno dinosaur has a question about slow laptops. Plus, Amazon has yet another Echo announcement! Recorded on 11 May 2017. Music: "Nano Hoedown", "Wagon Wheel", "Wagon Wheel - Electronic"; Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Reasons to pay $200 for a spy camera in your bedroom
Amazon wants you to pay $200 for a smart camera that watches you get dressed. Why on earth would you want it? Also, the advertising regulator in the UK wants to put a stop to internet providers advertising broadband speeds that most customers will never get close to. And our techno dinosaur wants Microsoft Office, but she doesn't want to pay hundreds of pounds for it.
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When your Wi-Fi router looks like a moisturiser jar ...
We take a look at the new Google WiFi home network product and ask if it's worth spending hundreds on a couple of routers when they look like moisturiser jars? Also, is AT&T's new "5G" product in the US really 5G? And our dinosaur wants to know more about torrents.
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Alexa, tell me a joke
After a two week holiday hiatus, we're BACK with a spanking new episode! Featuring a live battle-of-the-home-assistants as Google Home takes on an Amazon Echo live in studio, advice for our dinosaur on buying a "moron-proof" smartphone, and an update on some of the tech news you might have missed in the last two weeks.
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Changing clothes in the parcel office
Samsung has announced its newest flagship smartphone - the Galaxy S8 - for an eye-watering £679. Is it really worth that gargantuan price tag? And, Google has finally bit the bullet and announced the release of its Google Home voice assistant in the UK, but will it beat out Alex in the battle of the computerised voices? Finally, the techno dinosaur wants to know how she can try on clothes bought online?
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First they came for our liquids ...
Ten years ago, we were suddenly forced to stop carrying any liquids over 100mL on international flights. Now passengers from a handful of airports are being told they can't take any of their electronic devices with them apart from their phone! Also this week, we look at more ways the internet can help you save money on travel, and Michele the Techno Dinosaur has some Wi-Fi problems at home ...
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Come over and look at my download speed!
The latest British broadband technology has landed - G.fast - but will it be worth it in the long run? And if you haven't thought about anti-virus in a while, perhaps it's time you did. The techno-dinosaur also returns with a question about streaming on your TV ...
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Tin-foil hat special! Are we all being spied on?
UK Chancellor Philip Hammond promised more cash for fibre broadband this week, but it isn't enough. Fresh fodder from Wikileaks shows we're all being spied on through every digital orifice possible. And the Nintendo Switch was released this week, but so far it looks like a disastrous product.
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When is fibre broadband not fibre broadband?
In this episode, we talk about the minefield that is broadband, and how each type differs; and we explain how a bad broadband connection meant there was no episode last week.
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Donald Trump's tremendous tweets, and the usefulness of the Apple Watch
Trump is the first outspoken US president to have immediate, unfettered and unfiltered access to the masses via Twitter. Just how is he using Twitter to get his ramblings out there, and how dangerous is it? Also, smart watches - such as the Apple Watch - have grown in popularity recently. But are they actually useful, and is there a way to enjoy the benefits of a smart watch alongside the style of an analogue watch?
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Big brother is watching, and a smartphone called Bush?
In caffeine-fuelled podcast episode three, the boys talk about how cheap tech can actually be as good as the pricey stuff - with Josh revealing he owns a smartphone called 'Bush' - and they muse about the future of biometric identification. Recorded 2 February 2017.
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26 January 2017 - Unfair mobile contracts, keeping passwords secure, 'the cloud'
It's podcast number two and we're still here! In this episode, Josh and Ed look at unfair mobile contracts - especially the practices of Three UK, how important and easy it can be to keep your passwords safe and secure, and Michele the techno dinosaur asks us all about 'the cloud'. Recorded 26 January 2017.
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19 January 2017 - High-tech money, home automation, Internet of Things, holidays
It's the first episode of the regular series! In this podcast, Josh and Ed discuss how technology is changing banking, with an in-depth look at the UK's Monzo Bank. They also talk about voice-based home automation - such as Google Home and Amazon Echo, define what the Internet of Things is exactly, and have a hot tip for the next flights you book online. Recorded 19 January 2017.
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22 December 2016 - Pilot Episode Holiday Special
Hey it's a new podcast with new studio equipment and stuff. And we need to test it. So, before we start our regular, weekly show, here's our Pilot Episode Holiday Special - a small taste of what's to come. We'll see you for our first regular show on 19 January 2017!
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