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I'm the technology correspondent at the BBC - and a man who likes to fiddle uncomprehendingly with new bits of tech, and then hurl them against the wall when they don't work
On the web's 25th anniversary PM spoke to a listener who never uses it - and asked me to keep a diary of my daily web use. The listener wasn't convinced to change her mind...
Netflix, YouTube, Amazon are all providing alternative programming to mainstream TV. In a report for PM onRadio 4 Rory Cellan-Jones asks whether the mainstream broadcast TV is doomed. Answer? Not yet....
Brian Eno is one of the most inquiring and inventive figures on the music scene for the past thirty years. Here he talks about his latest iPad app Scape, where technology is taking music, and why he isn't too concerned about illegal file-sharing. A five minute version of this interview was on...
Here's my report on the World at One about code club and the movement to change the way we teach computing in schools
3D printing is taking off - Paul Candler has his own 3D printer at home and describes what it's for, and why he thinks everyone will have one
Radio Scotland asked me for what they call a reporter's notebook on the launch of the iPhone 5 - a glimpse behind the scenes. It turned into a reflection on how hard it has become for jaded journalists to get excited about each new mobile phone launch...
Waiting for the launch of a mobile phone - it's from Motorola and it has an Intel chip.
Technology news, videos, opinions, from an enthusiastic Rackspace employee who grew up in Silicon Valley and has interviewed more than 3,200 geeks.
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