Let's Talk About Tech

Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Radio 5 live’s technology and gaming podcast, featuring Saturday Edition's Chris Warburton with the latest technology and the web news, plus science, cars, and more, plus Adam Rosser’s Game On, looking at the world of video games.

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Recent episodes (7)

  • Game On: Ingress 26 Aug 14

    Tue, 26 Aug 14

    23 mins

    28 days remaining

    Ingress - augmented reality, artificial reality or just an excuse for a party? Adam's joined by Spanner Spencer from Pocketgamer, Michael Andersen the editor of argn.com and the Independent.ie's games editor Frank Whelan to discuss the game that wants to get you out of the house. Also with us - Scott Kurtz of PVPonline.com

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  • Let's Talk About Tech 23 Aug 14

    Sat, 23 Aug 14

    66 mins

    25 days remaining

    Joining CHRIS WARBURTON, the Gadget Detective FEVZI TURKALP looks at the hackers getting into a cities traffic light system. Science news with PROFESSOR TIM O'BRIEN looking at the European Space Agency's attempt to replace GPS. 6 Music's CHRIS HAWKINS is here with all the week's music news including Shaggy's coming to the UK and book critic HELEN BROWN with the week's bestselling books.

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  • Game On: Gamescom 19 Aug 14

    Tue, 19 Aug 14

    24 mins

    21 days remaining

    The annual pilgrimage of the faithful to the ancient cathedral city of Cologne has come to an end and Lucy James from Gamespot, Alex Stinton at PushSquare and Videogamer's Chris Bratt join Adam to mop up the news from Gamescom

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  • Let's Talk About Tech 16 Aug 14

    Sat, 16 Aug 14

    58 mins

    18 days remaining

    Tech expert Rory Reid looks at the latest web news, including the outpouring on social media after an unarmed black teenager was shot by police in Missouri, and why Jeremy Clarkson and Lord Sugar are proving popular with the few North Koreans who manage to surf the net. Technology blogger Tom Cheesewright has app news with the ongoing controversy around the new taxi apps, and the app which apparently tells you how drunk you are. Games journalist Guy Cocker on why gaming on tablets could be the future and how Sir Paul McCartney is involved in what could be the most expensive gaming franchise of all time. Plus tech expert Maddie Moate has a round up of the latest technology news, including the camera designed to help counter terrorism police spot someone who's stressed in a crowd and how sweating in the gym could help power your smartphone.

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  • Game On: Magic, Metal and Mayhem 12 Aug 14

    Sat, 16 Aug 14

    26 mins

    18 days remaining

    Magic The Gathering, Elite: Dangerous and a nu metal band name discussed this week by Sam Clay, Quintin Smith and our host, Adam Rosser.

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  • 9th August 2014: Helen Zaltzman, Rory Reid, Tech, Science and Books.

    Sat, 9 Aug 14

    50 mins

    11 days remaining

    Podcaster Helen Zaltzman and Tech expert Rory Reid look at who owns the copyright to a selfie taken by a monkey. Tech expert Maddie Moat's been finding out about attempts to get us texting from behind the wheel again, safely though. Science stand-up Steve Mould stands in for Tim O'Brien this week - he's heard rumours that China is going to mine the moon for an energy source that it's claimed could fuel the earth for 10,000 years. Helen Brown, book critic from the Telegraph, takes us through the top 10 - plus the row between authors and Amazon leading to a full page ad in the New York Times.

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  • Game On: Crazy Taxi and Kenji Kanno 05 Aug 14

    Tue, 5 Aug 14

    25 mins

    7 days remaining

    Kenji Kanno chats about the latest version of 'Crazy Taxi' and Adam's joined by Harry Slater and Peter Willington to talk about that game and 'Modern Combat 5'

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