Episode | 1 November 2018 | 1 hr 23 mins
apple, bloomberg, china, chips, christ, church, code of ethics, gaming, ipod, podcast, qtime, sermons, servers, spy, sqlite
James and Oli discover the real story behind the Chinese chips in all the servers, or at least discuss the claims made by Bloomberg about SuperMicro's server boards. We also look at: the impact the iPod has had on listening to music and listening to sermons online, how a new device may help parents with gaming addiction, and we delve into the code of ethics for the SQLite project that caused a little bit of a stir online.
Episode | 1 February 2018 | 1 hr 32 mins
4k, battery, ces, gaming, iphone, meltdown, performance, rgb, spectre
In our latest episode we actually have some up-to-date news and cover the recent Meltdown & Spectre CPU flaws as well as talking about the iPhone battery performance throttling issues, and the cool stuff from CES.
Episode | 19 July 2017 | 1 hr 5 mins
anthem, batteries, deepmind, gaming, nhs, privacy, ps4, psvr
In this week’s show, James and Benjamin talk about PlayStation VR, do a very poor MST3K impression over the trailer for Anthem and then go into the wonderful world of battery-tech and what the future may hold.
Episode | 30 April 2017 | 57 mins 14 secs
gaming, mac, nsa, security, shadow brokers, windows cloud
James and Benjamin are shaken, but not stirred, in our latest episode that may or may not have aa few references to a certain British spy.
Episode | 17 February 2017 | 1 hr 3 mins
acer, ai, alexa, ces, echo, gaming, siri
After a slight delay due to work schedules, Benjamin and James gather again to discuss the crazy gaming rigs and other delights from January’s CES and then go on a deep and meaningful journey around AI’s role in our society.