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The Guardian's tech team with news and discussion from the digital worlds of technology, gaming and the web
Recent Episodes for Tech Weekly
DATE: Tue, 28 Sep 2010
SIZE: 14.6 MB
Tech Weekly: The Social Network - our verdict on the Facebook film

We review The Social Network - an unflattering account of Mark Zuckerberg as he set up Facebook. Or is it? Also as personal details of thousands are leaked online, what could happen to ACS:Law? And our first hands on with the Windows Phone 7 OSAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurJemima KissScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 21 Sep 2010
SIZE: 14.3 MB
Tech Weekly: Email overload

The team discuss whether email is doomed by its increasing irrelevance as it becomes cluttered with spam, marketing and unimportant messages. Also, did Haystack place its Iranian users in danger and what is Diaspora?Aleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurJemima KissScott Cawley

DATE: Wed, 15 Sep 2010
SIZE: 13.2 MB
Tech Weekly at Nokia World

As change happens at the top of Nokia, we visit its worldwide conference and developer fair to hear what Michael Gartenberg makes of the company's fortunesAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 07 Sep 2010
SIZE: 14.0 MB
Tech Weekly: The year in games, and Edinburgh Interactive Festival

The 13-year struggle to take Duke Nukem Forever from idea to release, a round-up of the headlines from the Edinburgh Interactive Festival, the team look back at 2010 for the UK games industry, and the producer of Spider-Man: Shattered DimensionsAleks KrotoskiKeith StuartJack ArnottScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 31 Aug 2010
SIZE: 24.3 MB
Tech Weekly: What next for online music?

On the eve of the latest iPod launch, will the company be able to maintain its influence as artists and publishers increasingly turn from iTunes to streaming services and music apps?Aleks KrotoskiIain Chambers

DATE: Tue, 24 Aug 2010
SIZE: 33.9 MB
Tech Weekly: Net neutrality and the ban on BlackBerry

We run the rule over net neutrality and privacy - two of the web's hottest topics, plus we find out why RIM could face a ban on BlackBerry devicesAleks KrotoskiIain Chambers

DATE: Wed, 18 Aug 2010
SIZE: 16.6 MB
Tech Weekly: In the BBC archive

As the BBC archive prepares to move its collections to a specially built centre, Jemima Kiss tours Windmill Road to find out how the corporation is digitising its recordingsScott CawleyJemima Kiss

DATE: Tue, 10 Aug 2010
SIZE: 16.6 MB
Tech Weekly: Google's access plans, academic collaboration, innovation

Google and Verizon's net neutrality proposals examined, we wave goodbye to Google Wave, find out about a Facebook users' union, look at the of academic study - Mendeley, and hear Charles Leadbeater's thoughts on using the web to collaborateAleks KrotoskiJemima KissRobert AndrewsScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 03 Aug 2010
SIZE: 10.7 MB
Tech Weekly: The future of mobile

A mobile theme to this week's programme we hear what the future holds for the medium, as well as finding out why there is a ban on BlackBerrys in the UAE, how Android is catching Apple's iOS, and there's details of a new Kindle from AmazonAleks KrotoskiJemima KissScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 27 Jul 2010
SIZE: 23.9 MB
Tech Weekly: Elevator Pitch 3 years on

Elevator pitch, e-democracy and anonymity onlineAleks KrotoskiScott CawleyJemima KissCharles ArthurMeg Pickard

DATE: Tue, 20 Jul 2010
SIZE: 14.0 MB
Tech Weekly at Develop 2010

Peter Molyneux on Fable III, and all action from the Develop video game conference in BrightonKeith StuartScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 13 Jul 2010
SIZE: 8.27 MB
Tech Weekly: Facebook's panic button, Kristian Segerstrale of Playfish

This week Aleks and Jemima are joined by Mike Butcher, editor of TechCrunch Europe, and Kristian Segerstrale, vice president and general manager of Playfish.Aleks KrotoskiJemima KissScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 06 Jul 2010
SIZE: 12.8 MB
Tech Weekly at Activate: Eric Schmidt, Martha Lane-Fox, Beth Noveck, Nigel Shadbolt

Google CEO Eric Schmidt discusses privacy issues, the future of newspapers and the company's problems in China, and takes questions from an audience at the Guardian's Activate conference on the future of the web. Martha Lane Fox and Beth Noveck discuss their jobs digitally engaging the UK and US, while Nigel Shadbolt talks about his quest to open up more government dataAleks KrotoskiAlan RusbridgerCharles ArthurScott Cawley

DATE: Tue, 29 Jun 2010
SIZE: 16.6 MB
Tech Weekly: Tax relief for games U-turn, Google's chess game with China, xxx porn's new name

Richard Wilson of video games industry body TIGA discusses the cuts to previously promised tax breaks for the industry. There's the latest on Google's troubles in China, and what could be the new place for sex on the internet the xxx domainAleks KrotoskiCharles ArthurTom WatsonScott Cawley

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