Get everything worth knowing in tech from this week in an easy to digest weekly podcast, so you can listen on the go. No clickbait, just the stories that matter.

Hosted by Owen WIlliams and John Edgar, Charged Podcast tackles the issues worth discussing each week in technology and breaks them down to digest what's important.

Each episode is less than 45 minutes long and is littered with discussion, stupid jokes and analysis – with a surprise guest appearance from time to time. If you want a podcast that's straight to the point, doesn't waste your time and isn't completely boring, you'll love Charged.

The hosts

Owen Williams | @ow

Owen was previously Editor at The Next Web and developer in every other moment freelance for The Apartment. He created Charged newsletter, and is probably far too obsessed with keeping up with everything in tech.

John Edgar | @jedgar

John likes music and weird things and hot pics. He's the co-founder and ceo at Stae and the former Chief Technology Evangelist and VP, strategy at Digital Ocean. John has been in love with the internets since forever.

All episodes

013: Apple’s big event and LinkedIn + Microsoft = Heaven

This week Owen and John discuss everything you need to know about Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference, iOS 10, WatchOS and MacOS as well as Microsoft's massive $26.2 billion acquisition of LinkedIn, and a bunch of other great stuff – a bumper episode this week with more than 45 minutes, so we hope you dig it!

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012: The US government wants to control the future of the internet

This week on Charged Podcast, John and Owen discuss how the US government might go back on a plan to release its control of the internet, Apple's major changes that are coming to the App Store and our predictions/hopes/wishes for its Worldwide Developer Conference next week. Oh, and we finally talk about Tony Fadell leaving Nest.

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011: Is this even reality?

This week Owen and John discuss if reality is really just some big simulation, Uber's huge $3.5 billion raise from Saudi Arabia, a whole range of new emoji, how we're (still) obsessed with Snapchat and Apple's big upcoming event at WWDC.

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