What's on this week's PC Pro podcast?

26 Nov 2014
PC Pro Podcast

Find out what's on the PC Pro podcast this week

Welcome to this week's PC Pro podcast.

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On this week’s podcast we ask whether Facebook was to blame for the murder of Lee Rigby; discuss Intel’s promise of 10TB SSDs within two years; and look at Google’s settlement over a case of malicious search results. Our hot hardware candidate is the Toshiba Satellite CL10-B, a Windows laptop costing just £199.

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Previous episodes

Episode 338 (19 November 2014): Is Facebook at Work a good idea? The world’s youngest Microsoft Certified Professional;  Nokia announces a new Android tablet the same day Microsoft closes the Nokia Store. Hot hardware: Fuze (type II) Raspberry Pi-based computer.

Episode 337 (12 November 2014): Are robots taking our jobs? YouTube Music Key; Silk Road 2.0. Hot hardware: Google Nexus 9, running Android Lollipop.

Episode 336 (5 November 2014): mobile roaming in the UK; Hungary's internet tax; GCHQ and internet companies; Google Glass struggles for adoption. Hot hardware: Amazon Kindle Fire HD6.

Episode 335 (29 October 2014): HP Sprout; Apple looks to Beats for streaming; Google Inbox; Information Age exhibit at the Science Museum. Hot hardware: Apple iMac with 5K Retina display.

Episode 334 (22 October 2014): internet trolls face jail; goodbye Nokia Lumia; a Microsoft smartwatch?; Google's £5 security key. Hot hardware: Apple iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.

Episode 333 (15 October 2014): Snapchat and Dropbox hacked; Apple egg-freezing; Intel goes mobile; and new-look PC Pro. Hot hardware: Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro.

Episode 332 (8 October 2014): Twitter takes on the US govt; a week with Windows 10; HP splits in two; and Samsung's profits tumble. Hot hardware: Pebble Steel

Episode 331 (1 October 2014): Microsoft reveals Windows 10; paying for Wi-Fi with your first-born; the sharing economy. Hot hardware: BlackBerry Passport

Episode 330 (24 September 2014): Samsung abandons Europe; Larry Ellison steps down at Oracle; iOS 8 and OneDrive problems. Hot hardware: Apple iPhone 6

Episode 329 (17 September 2014): Microsoft buys Minecraft; Apple’s U2 misstep; Intel’s new 3D camera; Windows 9. Hot hardware: HP Envy 15 X360.

Episode 328 (10 September 2014): The Apple iPhone 6, 6 Plus and Watch are officially announced; Intel reveals its own vision for smartwatches, the wireless future and the next-gen Skylake CPU. Hot hardware: Motorola Moto G 2.

Episode 327 (3 September 2014): Apple denies fault over celebrity photo hacks; tech show IFA unleashes smartphone and smartwatch frenzy; Google says smartwatches and drones are next big thing. Hot hardware: Asus Zenfone 5.

Episode 326 (27 August 2014): Amazon buys live game streaming service Twitch; Xbox Live, Battle.net and PlayStation Network are hit by massive DDoS attacks; leaks reveal BlackBerry’s forthcoming handsets; and the US rules against copyright for simian photographers. Hot hardware: Dell Venue 8 tablet.

Episode 325 (20 August 2014) :
Google unveils new kids' accounts; Ballmer departs Microsoft; Intel unveils wearables to monitor Parkinson's. Hot hardware: Asus Chromebox

Episode 324 (13 August 2014) : Amazon versus Hachette; upgrading to Windows 9; Chromebooks in the classroom; Intel Core M procesor. Hot hardware: Sony Xperia T3 smartphone

Episode 323 (6 August 2014) : Wikipedia and the right to be forgotten, smartphone batteries, Gmail snooping and Bluetooth stalking. Hot hardware: Microsoft Surface Pro 3

Episode 322 (30 July 2014) : Microsoft Shark's Cove, 5G for London, hijacking banner ads to fight piracy and Amazon's online 3D shop. Hot Hardware: Nokia Lumia 930

Episode 321 (23 July 2014) : Falling iPad sales, poor take up of network-level internet filters, Microsoft layoffs and the UK's new "four strikes" anti-piracy policy. Hot Hardware: LG G Watch

Episode 320 (16 July 2014) : $99 Windows tablets; Motorola's round-faced Moto 360 smartwatch; and the UK's first spaceport. Hot Hardware: Google Glass

Episode 319 (9 July 2014) : smartphone selling pitfalls; Wi-Fi on commuter trains; BlackBerry Passport goes square; and PC sales go up. Hot Hardware: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Episode 318 (2 July 2014) : Facebook's emotion experiment; robot-testing in the UK; smartwatch rumours; and Microsoft takes over No-IP domains. Hot Hardware: Chillblast Defiant 2 Mini

Episode 317 (25 June 2014) : robots take our jobs; mobile operators combat not-spots; streaming music shakes up charts; and Google I/O. Hot Hardware: LG G3

Episode 316 (18 June 2014) : Google balloons; Ofcom and fibre prices; the UK government spies on Facebook, and PaperLater prints the web. Hot Hardware: Intel Devil's Canyon CPU

Episode 315 (11 June 2014) : Turing test beaten; eBay hack sympathy; home-help robots, plus Google and Amazon's forthcoming devices go 3D. Hot Hardware: Asus Transformer Pad TF103C

Episode 314 (5 June 2014) : OS X 10.10 Yosemite; Operation Tovar; Google Glass; new Intel CPUs, plus a bartending robot. Hot Hardware: Asus Memo Pad 7 and 8

Episode 313 (29 May 2014) : Driverless cars; LG G3 smartphone; Microsoft vs the FBI; Windows XP support hack; Windows 8.1 with Bing. Hot hardware: Asus PB287Q 4K monitor

Episode 312 (22 May 14): Surface Pro 3; Google and Twitter go on a spending spree; EE rapped over advertising; "right to be forgotten" fallout. Hot hardware: Motorola Moto E

Episode 311 (15 May 2014): Google and the "right to be forgotten"; Mozilla floats ad plans; Moto E launches at £89; Jupiter Ace for sale. Hot hardware: Panasonic Toughpad UT-MB5 4K tablet

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