This week on the IT news podcast the team discusses the new military spending review, the implications of a fire at a chip manufacturing plant, and the concept of privacy-friendly paid-for internet search.
AI, VR and working on the morning commute - it's all to come
The Government hopes that technology will be a key trade area for the UK after leaving the EU
Digital Interruption found the flaw in 'digital fantasy' app SinVR
Mixed reality adds a virtual edge to the real world
Nvidia takes aim at organisations looking to incorporate AI and VR
If it's anything like Acer's laptops it will work for a couple of years and then fall apart
Battered by the HTC Vive and Playstation VR, Facebook plans £150 Oculus VR headset, according to reports
Launch planned for October as Facebook plays catch-up in VR
Computing checks out cutting-edge innovation and chats to Reply's Filippo Rizzante
Drones and sensors and VR, oh my!
Airport believes new system will be more reliable than GPS or Google Maps
$999 graphics card for heavyweight 'creatives' and engineers
If at first you don't succeed, trial, trial and trial again?
AMD aims to make virtual reality a wireless experience
The main disadvantage? The technology is extremely expensive
Facebook ordered to pay $500m to Zenimax on top of the $2bn it already paid for Oculus Rift
Open-source platforms are the future of VR, according to Sweeney