Let's Talk About Tech

Let's Talk About Tech

Saturday Edition's Chris Warburton brings you the latest technology and the web news, plus science, cars, and more.

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  • Let's Talk About Tech April 19th 2014

    Sat, 19 Apr 14

    Duration:
    56 mins

    Available:
    26 days remaining

    Tech expert Maddie Moat has news of what we can expect to see on the virtual reality gaming device Oculus Rift - a Sir David Attenborough documentary is already in the pipeline. Rory Reid looks at the Twitter co-founder's latest social network venture - Jelly. The Editor-in-Chief of AutoExpress, Steve Fowler looks at which car to get if you want it to hold its value, and travel writer Adrian Phillips explains why Liam Neeson is picking a fight with animal rights activists in New York.

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  • Let's Talk About Tech April 5th 2014

    Sat, 5 Apr 14

    Duration:
    56 mins

    Available:
    12 days remaining

    Helen Zaltzman and Rory Reid discuss Mozilla, James Franco, and an Obama selfie which has caused a bit of a stir, Steve Fowler takes questions about motoring - and asks if there's any future for plug-in cars. Guy Cocker has the latest gaming news, and Maddie Moate talks technology, with news of a rival to Siri, and a robotic start to the Brazil World Cup.

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  • Let's Talk About Tech 29 Mar 14

    Sat, 29 Mar 14

    Duration:
    54 mins

    Available:
    5 days remaining

    Podcaster Helen Zaltzman and Tech expert Rory Reid look at Facebook's move into hardware - it's spent more than a billion pounds on a virtual reality headset company. Maddie Moate has the latest technology news: the first Cyb-athlon, an Olympics for bionic athletes - with exo skeletons and stuff - has been announced for 2016. 6 Music's Chris Hawkins explains why Human League's Don't You Want Me has been given a new lease of life - thanks to Aberdeen Football Club. And the Telegraph's Helen Brown reviews the current best-selling books, and looks ahead to the latest instalment of Game of Thrones.

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