David McClelland is a journalist, broadcaster and technology expert working across television, radio, print and online. His beat regularly includes mobile and consumer technology, cybersecurity, enterprise IT, social media and online safety.
April 9th, 2020 | 1 hr 3 mins
5g, biometrics, coronavirus, home schooling, privacy, toilet, zoom
We take a look at the stinky backside of surveillance, gas about the latest video-conferencing threats, and jump into the murky world of 5G conspiracy theories.
October 31st, 2019 | 54 mins 22 secs
art, cats, dogs, edward snowden, hoodies, iot, pet feeders, rent, vulnerability
What's the problem with IoT-enabled pet feeders? Can hacking ever be illustrated without a hoodie? And just how are landlords using smart home technology to snoop upon their residents?
August 1st, 2019 | 47 mins 59 secs
amazon, capital one, data anonymization, data breach, gdpr, imessage, ios, iphone, legend of zelda, steve jobs, vulnerability, walter isaacson
Capital One gets hacked, critical vulnerabilities are found in iMessage, and data anonymization may not be as good as we hope. But listen up, we also discuss the Legend of Zelda, a biography of tech giants, offer advice for escaping an angry moose, and are introduced to... Penelope?
May 16th, 2019 | 50 mins 34 secs
ankle bracelet, bitcoin, cryptocurrency, ever, facial recognition, police, privacy, sim swap
A bad software update causes big headaches for Dutch police, but brings temporary freedom to criminals. SIM swaps are in the news again as fraudsters steal millions. And does your cloud photo storage service have a dirty little secret?
March 14th, 2019 | 54 mins 8 secs
ageid, jon ronson, porn, ransomware, tetris, zillow
A $150 million mansion is hijacked online, Brits will soon have to scan their passport to watch internet porn, and are organisations right to pay up when hit by ransomware?
September 6th, 2018 | 52 mins
browser, cheating, chrome, examinations, extension, google, mega, privacy, proctoru, twitter
What's the danger when browser extensions go bad? Is Twitter sharing your online status a boon for stalkers? And which of the show's hosts is going to admit to cheating in their exams?
May 3rd, 2018 | 44 mins
abba, android, blu, chess, hacking, mobile, password, ski lift, smartphone, sound effects, vulnerability
Cheap Android smartphones sold on Amazon have been sending customers' full text messages to a Chinese server, ski lifts are found to be the latest devices left open to abuse by hackers, and we remind you why password managers are a good idea on World Password Day. Oh, and our guest serenades us with a hit from the 1980s!
January 25th, 2018 | 44 mins 10 secs
amazon, blake's seven, carrot weather, cuba, encryption, https, malware, tinder, wi-fi
Your Tinder swipes can be spied upon, Amazon is opening high street stores that don't require any staff, and Russian fuel pumps are being infected with malware in an elaborate scheme to make large amounts of money.
January 11th, 2018 | 40 mins 16 secs
biochip, biohacking, bitcoin, casefile, donald trump, fire and fury, meltdown, pomodoro, portal knights, ripple, spectre
The chips are down, as tech companies struggle to protect against the Meltdown and Spectre flaws. The White House is getting tough on leakers by banning personal devices from the West Wing. And someone has been embedding a Bitcoin wallet into their hand...
October 12th, 2017 | 40 mins 35 secs
artificial intelligence, chess, data breach, disqus, garry kasparov, kaspersky, nsa, russia
America turns the heat up on Kaspersky anti-virus, Disqus announces a data breach, Elon Musk plans a bolthole on Mars to escape our robot overlords, and Graham gets to play chess with Garry Kasparov.
July 20th, 2017 | 48 mins 35 secs
ashley madison, biometrics, fleabag, porn
The UK government wants you to give your credit card details to porn sites, Ashley Madison offers compensation to the people whose lives it ruined, and an adult website wants you to pass its unorthodox and below-the-belt biometric identity check... gulp!