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Hacks, remakes and fancy new phones

When are Zoom hacks not actually Zoom hacks? Why do games seem to have a better handle on doing remakes than film? That and more on this week's show.

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
Hacks, remakes and fancy new phones

We're living up to our "tech, games, digital culture" tagline this week, with stories from every corner of the Byteside domain.

From when are Zoom hacks not actually Zoom hacks, to why games seem to have a much better handle than film on the idea of doing remakes. Plus hard drives for consoles when you're running out of room, exciting new phones from LG, and even a little more Quibi and some old school Homestar Runner.

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