Tech At The BBC Britain’s beloved broadcaster has been (mostly) up to speed on tech. How well do you know the BBC’s tech story? StartQuestion 1/14When did the BBC Television Service start?192619361948Next stepQuestion 2/14And when did the online portal - now known as BBC Online - start?199419972000Next stepQuestion 3/14Which long-running TV show introduced Britain to the compact disk, the ATM and Kraftwerk? HorizonTomorrow's WorldTop of the PopsNext stepQuestion 4/14Do you need a TV licence to watch programmes on iPlayer after they have been broadcast?YesNoNext stepQuestion 5/14TRUE or FALSE? The BBC tested 360 degree video at the 2016 Rio OlympicsTRUEFALSENext stepQuestion 6/14The BBC boosted computer literacy with the BBC Micro in 1981. Which company made it?SinclairApricotAcornNext stepQuestion 7/14The BBC's Digital Media Initiative was branded a "catastrophe" in 2014. How much did it cost?£9.8 million£49 million£98 million Next stepQuestion 8/14What is the name of the BBC's weekly tech TV show?MouseClickFeedNext stepQuestion 9/14Who is the BBC's CTO?Mike BrackenMatthew PostgateDavid DimblebyJohn WestfieldNext stepQuestion 10/14What's the BBC's weekly tech radio show?TechCampTechCaravanTechTentNext stepQuestion 11/14TRUE or FALSE? TechTent is presented from an actual tent in the BBC's newsroomTRUEFALSENext stepQuestion 12/14TRUE or FALSE? The BBC has a bigger budget than BSkyB.TRUEFALSENext stepQuestion 13/14What was the previous name of video-on-demand service YouView?Project CanvasProject FabricProject CalicoNext stepQuestion 14/14The Doctor's Tardis is visible on Google Street View. Where?Broadcasting HousePinewood StudiosEarl's CourtNext stepResult: [SCORE-MESSAGE] out of [NB-OF-QUESTION-MESSAGE]Share your resultOther profilesYour iPlayer is bufferingPay your licence fee now!You can now present Tomorrow's World!