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Season 2018 / Episode 51 and airs on 22 December 2018 01:30
Your user-friendly guide to the latest technology news, issues, gadgets and apps.
The Click team is in Las Vegas at the massive electronics show CES.
A look at the latest developments in cars and home safety from Las Vegas
Click ventures to the edge of space in a hi-tech hot air balloon for space tourists.
The team report on how NASA plans to transform how we explore and experience space.
Can a human give artificial intelligence a real live voice?
Click visits 500 Years of Robots at the Science Museum in London.
A look at how visual technology can change our perceptions.
A look at Industrial Light & Magic's work on Rogue One.
Click goes live in 360 from Europe's largest tech conference, MWC in Barcelona
As part of the #SoIcanBreathe season, Click focuses on solutions to pollution, including diving drones and a network of sensors. Includes tech news.
India has a reputation for exploring space on a shoestring budget, but can one startup be the first to put a robot on the moon for the space equivalent of spare change? Click is in India to discover how thecountry is innovating for the future and solving problems of the past using technology. From the entrepreneurs tackling the country's pollution problems, to the apps changing the face of dating for a new generation of Indians, to new medical technology that could save lives; Click travels across India to find out what is driving the country's explosive growth.
In the final episode of Click's special India season, how Google is turning the country's 163-year-old railway into a fibre optic network to bring internet to all. Plus a soon-to-be weaponised underwater drone and the 'Uber of India'.
Click visits Brian Eno for a rare peek inside the studio - and mind - of the artist and producer. Also featuring the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
This edition investigates the rise of the robot butler, looking at whether voice-controlled personal assistants live up to the hype and at the potential dangers of living in a world where all electronics are controlled by voice.
Click is in Chicago where the police are using tech to predict the location and perpetrators of future crimes.
And tough tech gets tested at the Arctic Circle.
Click visits Paris to check out the world's biggest startup space, political 'holograms' and super-flavoured strawberries in shipping containers.
Click investigates a company claiming to offer 'absolute security' and discovers all is not what it seems.
Click goes back to school with teaching tech. VR comes to pubs, plus scary sounds with Doctor Who.
Click looks at fusion energy and its potential as a limitless source of clean power. Plus the team follows the San Francisco Police Department who are trying to stop drivers driving under the influence of cannabis.
Click focuses on cyber security, with a look at biometric identification and whether it really is keeping the nation's bank accounts safe.
Tech to turn anybody into an artist, virtual reality art galleries, and the team becomes a VR Star Trek crew.
Click visits the Hay Festival and chats to some of the biggest names in technology. Plus a look at how social media is being used in the general election.
Click looks at how first responders deal with terror attacks with a new VR training tool. Plus a look at artificial muscle and turning urine into electricity.
Click flies over to the City of Angels to cover E3, the world's biggest gaming event, trying out the latest games, gadgets and consoles.
Click reports from LA on the 'future of fun' plus Uber's plans for self-driving cars, and from Tanzania on the $15 million XPrize that's replacing teachers with tablets.
Click looks at food glorious food - fake kippers and burgers, plus we're in the mood for pink lettuce and biodegradable motors almost good enough to eat!
Click investigates why consumers may soon have to pay more for internet access and the tech making our cities smarter.
Should robots pay tax or would that hurt their feelings? Click meets the robots of the future and the human eyeborg. Includes tech news.
What is the truth about virtual reality? Next big thing, or next big flop? Click checks out VR's future and takes out zombies in a VR version of the holodeck.
Click is at the hacker conventions in Las Vegas looking into cyber security and how best to protect ourselves.
A comprehensive guide to all the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news.
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