The News show
By British Tech Network
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Technology News and general tech advice for the consumer. Our Daily and Weekly Podcast will give you all the information that you want for Gadgets, gizmos, news stories, tech shows, podcasting, cutting edge advances and light-hearted fun stuff. No speculation out loud, no political opinions and no hard sells. Perfect with a Bagel and Coffee at Breakfast every morning. Thats The News show from the British Tech Network.
||UberPOO||Uber is launching a service in London that lets you share rides with strangers. - BlackBerry booted from Pakistan. - AMD’s new Crimson drivers are overheating. - Researchers create magic sponge to clean up oil spills. - Crap For Christmas: Santakini||30 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Frequencies Of Love||NSA stops bulk collection of phone metadata. - Apple to Kill Headphone Jack in iPhone 7? - The Fire TV can talk to your connected home. - Instagram is testing multiple account support on Android. - An app that lets you see Wi-Fi pulsing around you.||29 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Do Not Underestimate The Russians||O2 also considers blocking phone ads. - Apple has acquired a virtual reality startup. - LG to offer Roku-powered smart TVs. - FBI tracks ‘biggest hack ever’ back to Russian email address.||26 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Electro Pill||Apple finally launches 1 hour in-store collection in the UK. - Say farewell to ITV Player and say hello to ITV Hub. - Xiaomi is back with The Redmi Note 3. - China will block your mobile service if you use a VPN. -||24 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Yahoo’s Little Tool||MasterCard has launched a limited time "Fare Free Mondays" promotion with Apple Pay in London. - Yahoo starts trial of 'block our ads, we'll block your emails". - Rdio service is shutting its doors today. -||23 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||There’s A Scarf In My Noodle||Microsoft pulls the Windows 10 November Update! - Many Android apps send unnecessary hidden data. - Apple support app on the way? - Amazon Prime users can now share their unlimited photo storage. - Japan textile company making low-calorie noodles.||22 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||No Shots Required||Microsoft could be about to bring desktop Windows apps to Windows 10 phones. - Skype updates Android app so you can save video messages. - Amazon finally offers two-step authentication. - Doctors can now grow human vocal cords in a lab.||20 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Day The Earth Got Wet||Bing completely redesigns iOS app. - YouTube Kids is now available outside the US. - Apple Watch wireless charging dock is now official. - Facebook launches fundraising tools. - A new study argues that our earth had water from the start.||18 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Need For Speed||5Gbps broadband is coming to Britain. - FHM and Zoo to disappear from shelves in the UK. - Nvidia's gamer-centric Shield Tablet K1 comes back. - Apple's new patent wants you to control notifications with your eyes. - LEGO Creates Anti-LEGO Slippers.||18 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Chirping Crickets||Amazon is launching a new platform to help UK technology startups. - Music streaming app Boomio shuts down. - Microsoft delays tool that will bring Android apps to Windows. - Experts say phones need a 'bedtime mode' to fix our sleep.||17 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||So Long Zune….||Turkey blocks access to Reddit. - Don’t buy the OnePlus USB Type-C cable. - iPad Pro's performance is not a big deal. - Microsoft is formally retiring Zune services today.||15 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Makin’ Smartphone Love||Microsoft rolls out first major Windows 10 update. - Apple is working on a peer-to-peer payment app that would compete with PayPal? - Firefox is now available for iOS. - Google's new About Me page helps you control how your personal info is shared.||12 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Putin’s Iron Curtain||Apple says it’s against opening encrypted data for Britain. - Virgin Media to increase bundle prices by up to £4. - Facebook has released its Global Government Requests Report. - Russia demands Twitter store user data within the country.||12 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Terminator Project||Apple's music app makes the jump to Android - Facebook has quietly introduced a new feature to Messenger that makes sharing photos a little easier. - Nvidia launches Jetson TX1 GPU module. - FCC refuses to force websites to honor Do Not Track reques...||10 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Fart Side||Facebook must stop tracking non-users in Belgium. - Snapchat's video viewing triples in just six months. - Comcast leak shows that data caps aren't about congestion. - Google giving Chromecast, Android TV owners free Play Store credit. -||9 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Extra Search For Sale||Microsoft has announced that it was making changes to its OneDrive cloud storage services and reducing the amount of storage. PC manufacturers will be able to sell new computers sporting the ageing Windows 7 or 8.||3 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Getting The Tribbles Worked Out||Snapchat has finally responded to the public outcry over it's new policy and terms of service. Microsoft has updated its App Studio to allow users to create without writing a single line of code. SoundCloud's latest mobile app helps share your audio cr.||2 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||The Chicken Evolution||UK customers of Vodafone are the latest victims of a hack attack. Theresa May says security agencies would not be granted the power to check web browsing histories. Apple's testing discount on Apple Watch and iPhone bundle.||1 11 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tabletvision||London police arrest second teenager over TalkTalk data breach. Samsung has officially revealed its supersized 18.4-inch tablet called the Galaxy View. Facebook’s barely known and rarely used ”Other” inbox will soon be discontinued.||30 10 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Artificial Intelligence Land||Legislation designed to protect net neutrality and abolish mobile phone roaming fees has been passed by the European Parliament. Is Apple starting to allow iPhone users to buy apps, music, and more through carrier billing?||27 10 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
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