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)
CES 2019: Rory Cellan-Jones and the BBC tech team spot the latest trends at the CES expo.
Apple Struggles in China
Apple CEO Tim Cook blames China for the tech giant's first revenue warning since the iPhone launched. How much trouble is Apple really in? The BBC's Dave Lee in San Francisco and special guest Shona Ghosh, senior tech reporter at Business Insider, discuss. And do companies like Google and Apple really want to help us spend less time on our phones? Zoe Kleinman investigates. Plus what to expect from next week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones.
(Photo: Apple showroom in Shanghai, Credit: Getty Images)
Tech To Watch In 2019
The top trends in phones, artificial intelligence, and tech finance over the past 12 months and in the coming year. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones with special guests Eileen Burbidge, partner at Passion Capital, Tabitha Goldstaub, founder at CognitionX, and Ben Wood, mobile industry analyst at CCS Insight.
Tech Quiz Of The Year 2018
How well do you know your tech? Test your knowledge against the BBC Online team of reporters in our annual technology quiz of the year. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones.
(Image: BBC Online technology team Zoe Kleinman, Dave Lee, Jen Copestake, Jane Wakefield, Jat Gill, Chris Fox, and Rory Cellan-Jones, Credit: Robb Stevenson/ BBC).