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Struggling with your tech? Don't understand what's going on in social media? Just want to use your phone, tablet, laptop, or even your TV without losing your grip? We're here to help you out! Our team of inspirational technology writers are ready with words of encouragement to help you through any problem you're facing with your PC, social media account, home theater, whatever! Want to get to grips with your tech? Hit play!
 
British TV past and present digested and discussed, if Gareth Kavanagh and Christian Cawley can tear themselves away from the screen long enough to record anything. Soaps, drama, comedy, sci-fi and even BBC Four documentaries are among the topics.
 
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Recent Doctor Who news concerning the 60th anniversary and Russell T Davies' new series s the topic of this week's show, which takes a short pitstop in the world of Game of Thrones. Shownotes Composer Segun Akinola to Leave Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston Has Recorded "Something Special" for 60th Anniversary Doctor Who to Stream on Disney+? Chris …
 
Our stripped-back show this week features the following news: Samsung Now Let's You Repair Your Phone LockBit Ransomware Targets Windows Defender We also have these explainers, tips, and tricks: What Is UPnP and Is It Dangerous? The Secrets of Amazon Prime Video Amazon Prime Video Troubleshooting Guide We finish the show with the following recommen…
 
This week, we chat about the following tech news that matters: CloudMensis Mac Malware Steals Data How to Improve Privacy on Your Mac Samsung's New Folding Phones Launch August 10th FBI Warns of Fraudulent Crypto Apps We've got these tips and tricks: How to Boost Your Wi-Fi Speed 5x With This Quick Fix What Is Bottlenecking Your PC? We finish the s…
 
Hardware security news, exciting (!) new 20th century features in Windows 11, and the best tips and tricks for making the best use of your tech, and the usual weekly recommendations all vie for your attention in this week's Really Useful Podcast from MakeUseOf. Shownotes This week, we chat about the following tech news that matters: New Spectre Vul…
 
This week, we chat about the following tech news that matters: Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Design Leaked Google Chrome Browser Updates to Fix Zero-Day Exploit We've got these tips and tricks: Reasons to Use Nvidia GeForce Now Steam Deck Reviewed How to Check the Windows Experience Score in Windows 10 What Is Coinbase? What is Coinbase Pro? We finish the…
 
In one of those episodes where we talk over Doctor Who, James McLean and Christian Cawley revisit 1975's The Android Invasion. Starring Tom Baker and Lis Sladen as the Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith, the serial is a rare 1970s adventure from the hand of Terry Nation - rare, as it doesn't rely on Daleks, Thals, or radiation. Discussing everything from …
 
We've got a ton of tech news and tips and tricks in this week's podcast, which looks at USB OTG, debunks the great myths about smartphones, and tells you how to format a write-protected USB flash drive. Shownotes Our stripped-back show this week features the following news: Windows Piracy Spikes in Russia Google Makes It Easier to Switch from iPhon…
 
Our weekly tech podcast for technophobes returns, bringing you the latest news, tips, and tricks to make the best use of your tech, and some recommendations for a couple of things you might like to try. Shownotes This week, we chat about the following tech news that matters: Windows 8.1 Support to End in 2023 Nothing Phone Will not Launch in US Sta…
 
Want the latest news from the world of technology, but only the stuff that affects you? Want to know how to become better at using your technology? It's time you subscribed to the Really Useful Podcast. Shownotes This week, we chat about the following tech news that matters: Microsoft Brings Casual Games to Teams Support Ending on Internet Explorer…
 
The crazy Doctor Who casting keeps coming, so this week's podcast has a chat about Neil Patrick Harris before turning attention to Blu-ray boxset promos. Do Mel's Dragon's Den antics count as "real" Doctor Who? Is the Fourth Doctor's chat with a disembodied head between seasons part of your canon? Or, is it fine to dismiss these as little more than…
 
Want to know what's new in the world of technology, but only the stuff that really matters? Need to know how to make better use of your computer, phone, game console, streaming service, or some other device? That's where the Really Useful Podcast comes in. Shownotes This week, we chat about the following tech news that matters: Xbox Keystone Consol…
 
Why is Android Auto leaving your phone? Why is Microsoft axing Excel features? And should you buy a Pinebook Pro laptop? Plus, tips and tricks for making a bootable USB drive, online city building games for your browser, and the equipment you need for starting a YouTube channel. With the tech news that matters and some tips and tricks to help you m…
 
It's the question on everybody's lips: what does David Tennant's return as Doctor Who actually mean to the show's ongoing story? And what's the deal with that new sonic screwdriver? To get to the bones of it all, we've teamed up with Brian Terranova once again to talk Tenth/Fourteenth (?) Doctors, Catherine Tate, sonic screwdrivers, and new shoes. …
 
Is your Google Drive secure? Do you regret switching to Linux from Windows? Need to make a free international phone call? And how much money can you earn with Google Opinion Rewards? In this week's podcast we give you the answers to all of those questions, helping you to make the best of your tech. Shownotes This week's stripped-back show features …
 
Prometheus, House of the Dragon, the Star Wars prequel trilogy, and many more all have one thing in common: they're all prequels. While it remains to be seen how House of the Dragon will turn out, looking around there aren't many people crying out for a Game of Thrones prequel. But even if they were, would it be any good? Are prequels really necess…
 
Windows 11 has been hacked---but it's okay, as it was by ethical hackers in a competition! Meanwhile, iFixit has leaked the Steam Deck repair inventory, revealing the cost of the device's mainboard. All that and our weekly tips and tricks to help you make better use of your tech, in this week's Really Useful Podcast! Shownotes This week, we take a …
 
As we saw in Survivors of the Flux, the idea of a multiverse has been reawakened in Doctor Who, 52 years after Inferno first introduced the concept to the show. In the post-Spider-Man: No Way Home/Loki/Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness cultural landscape, the concept of multiverses has become mainstream. No longer the conceit of forgotten…
 
We've got all the tech news that matters, explainers, and tips, tricks, and recommendations in this week's Really Useful Podcast, including a look at the Terra Luna price crash and the surrounding fallout, and how to connect two routers together to increase your Wi-Fi network's range. Shownotes This week, we take a look at the tech news that matter…
 
Well, the title says it all! Just a week after the new Doctor was announced, David Tennant and Catherine Tate are confirmed as returning to Doctor Who in 2023. Last week, who could have imagined a David Tennant and Catherine Tate Doctor Who return at all, never mind so swiftly? Christian Cawley and James McLean come to terms with the news and its p…
 
Want to play Fortnite on your iPhone? Thanks to Microsoft, now you can. In this Really Useful Podcast we look at the latest tech news that matters and bring you the best tips and tricks from MakeUseOf. So, expect to learn which apps you should install on a new Windows PC, how to identify what song is playing, and how to blur your home on Google - a…
 
Yesterday you probably hadn't heard of Ncuti Gatwa. Today, he's the new Doctor Who. The actor is probably best known for his role in the Netflix show Sex Education, but all that is about to change with his casting as the Fourteenth Doctor. In this podcast, Christian Cawley and James McLean recap the casting, and feature some reaction from Doctor Wh…
 
This week we explore how Microsoft is making cloud gaming work, and why it might be planning to bring a free VPN into Microsoft Edge. With that in mind, we compare free VPNs and paid VPNs, as well as explore the different types of HDMI cables. There is also a look at the various media that NFTs are sold as. This week, we chat about the following te…
 
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