It's been a few weeks since we ended season 1. Have you missed us? We've missed you!
We're still in between seasons, but as we promised in episode 20, we thought you deserved some bonus episodes to...Show More
It's the last episode of our first season! We're taking a break for a few weeks to prepare a bigger, better, shinier second season of In Tech Today.
In the meantime, we discuss the Petya cyberattac...Show More
This is the episode where everything that can go wrong, does go wrong.
For starters, it's being released six days late because the audio file was incomplete. Then, there was no live stream of this ...Show More
This week, In Tech Today started a new Instagram account. Two minutes later, it was banned from the platform. As it turns out, it's a problem affecting thousands of Instagram users, and it could affec...Show More
Britons - including honorary locals Josh and Ed - headed to the polls today after an election campaign that involved both some seriously positive and negative attention on some of the world's largest ...Show More
Josh and Ed discuss the 'Great British Airways Meltdown', in which a power surge caused the airline's computer system to completely fall over, grounding all of its flights worldwirde for an entire day...Show More
We're discussing the amazing online response from the people of Manchester in the wake of the horrific attack there this week, as well as Conservative Party plans to overhaul and lock down the interne...Show More
This week, one of the biggest cyberattacks in years hit more than 70 countries. WannaCry about it? We did. Also we dive into the hot-button US issue that is net neutrality, and our techno dinosaur jus...Show More
This week in London, the ubiquitous Citymapper app trialled their own smart bus service using tiny green buses. Josh tried to find these tiny green buses to see what the service was like. Also, Ed goe...Show More
Amazon wants you to pay $200 for a smart camera that watches you get dressed. Why on earth would you want it? Also, the advertising regulator in the UK wants to put a stop to internet providers advert...Show More