The search giant unveils a plan to stream games to tablets, TVs, and phones. Will it pull people away from games consoles? Plus, we try an automatic kiosk that claims to make it easy to recycle your old mobile. And how would you feel about hearing adverts on your voice-activated smart speaker? Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with BBC tech reporter Dave Lee, and special guest Ingrid Lunden from TechCrunch.
(Image: Screenshot from DOOM Eternal, one of the first games announced for Google's Stadia platform, Credit: Bethesda).
Thirty years of the World Wide Web
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the Web's creator, warns of a "dysfunctional future" online if action is not taken to prevent it. Plus, what impact the Web has had in Africa, and how some governments, such as those in China and Russia, don't share Sir Tim's vision of a fully-open internet. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with BBC tech reporter Jane Wakefield.
(Image: Sir Tim Berners-Lee attends event celebrating the 30th Birthday of The World Wide Web hosted by the Science Museum, London. Credit: Eamonn M. McCormack/ Getty Images)
Facebook to focus on privacy
Boss Mark Zuckerberg vows to transform the platform to make it more private for users. Plus we try to fool a facial recognition system and ask whether the tech is being introduced too quickly. And do you have good manners online?
Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with BBC tech reporter Zoe Kleinman, and special guest Victoria Turk, senior editor at Wired and author of "Digital Etiquette".
(Photo: Mark Zuckerberg speaking in front of a padlock logo, Credit: Josh Edelson/ AFP/ Getty Images)
Mobile World Congress 2019
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei shows its confidence despite US lobbying over security by unveiling an eye-poppingly expensive folding phone. Plus, 5G technology has long been talked about. Now the next generation of networks are about to roll out. What new features and services can we expect from them when they arrive? Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with BBC tech reporter Jane Wakefield, and Shona Ghosh, senior technology reporter at Business Insider.
(Image: Silhouette of a visitor to MWC Barcelona checking his phone in front of a colourful light display, Credit:David Ramos/ Getty Images).
Netflix and the Race for Eyeballs
Nearly 140 million people around the world are now signed up to Netflix and it's spending more money than ever on its own TV shows and films. But is the battle for consumers' eyeballs only just getting started? Tony Gunnarsson, senior analyst at Ovum, discusses. Plus we look at how governments in countries like Zimbabwe are shutting down the internet in an effort to curb dissent with Berhan Taye from campaign group Access Now. And we meet the robot delivering groceries to homes in Arizona - the US state that's a hotbed of autonomous vehicle testing. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones with special guest Ingrid Lunden from TechCrunch and the BBC's Chris Fox.
(Photo: Netflix logo displayed on a tablet, Credit: Getty Images)