Sat, 19 Apr 14
30 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.
Sat, 5 Apr 14
16 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.
Sat, 29 Mar 14
9 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.
Sun, 23 Mar 14
3 days remaining
Podcaster Helen Zaltzman and Technology journalist Rory Reid round up the latest web news, including the app that could help you avoid an ex and the no make-up selfies which have raised over £2 million for a cancer charity that had nothing do with it. Travel writer Adrian Phillips talks bullet proof luggage, Corrie tours and how you can become fluent in any foreign language in just 3 months. Maddie Moate has the latest technology news and with the arrival of 'smart' lycra shorts, we discuss whether wearable tech is getting out of control. Plus the virtual reality headset and treadmill which could make you a real life Lawnmower Man. And Professor Tim O'Brien has science news, including the possibility of a Nobel prize for those who found more evidence of the Big Bang, and the discovery that our noses can sniff out up to a trillion different scents.
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