This week's programme is an established tradition for this time of year – the Tech Weekly review.
Not only that, but this is our third anniversary programme, so happy birthday to us.
Joining Jemima Kiss in the studio is the Guardian's games correspondent Keith Stuart, and PaidContent's UK Editor Robert Andrews.
There's a lot to talk about. We hear how Google and Apple have both had mixed years – the former with the Android OS and it's problems with Street View, and the latter with the launch of the iPad and the storm over the iPhone "antennagate" death grip.
There were a number of significant political developments in the tech world in 2010 – Google's dance with China over it's search operation there, the passing of the Digital Economy Bill into an act, support from the coalition for a "Tech City" in London, and the failure to land tax breaks for the video game industry.
Next week we'll be back with our predictions for 2011.
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