Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz on the future for the company, Jeff Teper on Microsoft’s new Office 2010 suite of applications, Professor Stephen Coleman on whether the public will participate in a new e-Government, and the latest online privacy rows involving Facebook and Google
Feargal Sharkey of UK Music and Jim Killock of the Open Rights Group discuss the implications of the Digital Economy Act. Plus, designers, engineers and disability experts talk about product design for people who are less able.
The full details of Nokia’s mobile tie-up with Microsoft to use the Windows Phone OS, plus a report from the weekend’s Guardian’s SXSW hack day.
This week Jemima speaks with music wunderkinds Spotify to find out how they managed to woo the music industry into giving them hundreds of thousands of tracks for people to share amongst themselves.
Also, Charles heads to Cambridge to meet the man behind the Microsoft research centre to find out what interesting projects they’re working on, and the importance of research in a downturn.
We’ve also got quite a haul of feedback from you all - particularly about Bobbie’s choice of sleepwear - and we’ll be delving into the greatest inventions that came from the hackers at last weekend’s Yahoo Hack Day.