21st November 2020 - Tech News & Reviews on BBC Berkshire

Nov 25, 2020, 03:54 PM
Fevzi Turkalp, the Gadget Detective, joins Kirsten O'Brien on BBC Radio Berkshire to discuss the latest tech news. This week; after somebody claims to have hacked Donald Trump's Twitter password and the Pope's Instagram account liked a risqué photo it raises concerns over the security of the passwords we all use, so what are the best practises to keep us safe online? Listener question is whether there is an alternative to Google's free photo storage after they announced an end to their unlimited storage.

First Gadget of the Week is Minisforum's X35G PC. Available in a range of configurations these mini factor PC's are great bang for your buck, offering 5K video output, the latest WIFI and Bluetooth, and excellent expandability. Scoring 4 out of 5, listen in for more details.

Second Gadget of the Week is The Raspberry Pi Foundation's 400 model. Running a version of Linux this small and very affordable all-in-one PC features a keyboard and just needs connecting to a monitor, power supply and mouse. An ideal way to learn computing and programming, including all manner of gadgets and robotics. Scoring 4 out of 5, listen in for more information.

You can hear Fevzi on BBC Berkshire every Saturday morning and can contact and follow him on Twitter @gadgetdetective

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