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They're hard to see
but you can probably find them
in your bathroom at home.
I'm talking about microbeads.
The UK has just banned them
but what exactly are they?
Microbeads small and five
millimetres, roughly a grain of
sand, used in some gels and
toothpaste. But the United Kingdom
has banned products making them,
they said that Trojans end up in
rivers, harming sea life. Just one
shower ten later 100,000 plastic
particles going into the ocean. Many
companies have already taken steps
to remove them, and although making
them has been banned, they are not
going to be removed from shops
completely until later this year.
Environmental campaigners hope that
a worldwide ban will soon follow.
You may have got some
of these for Christmas -
toys that work with Bluetooth
But experts say some
are easy to hack, and that
could be a big problem.
Hi. You should keep watching
Of course. But he should
not really be saying that. It is
connected toy. Really popular, using
bluetooth and wifi. But experts have
found out that some of them with
this robot are easy to hack into.
We found problems with the
Furby, the intelligent robot and the
cuddly toys, some of them had
problems with security. We found out
that all you really need is one of
these. Connecting via bluetooth.
Even just having the app. Sending
messages. The problem is that you
could be playing with your acrimony,
thinking that are talking to it, but
somebody could connect to that
without you realising. We want to
see the shops to stop selling these
straightaway and for those who have
been meeting these to make sure that
they are going to be safe and secure
so that when you are playing with
them at NBC.
The company that makes
the Furby has said that they take
the privacy seriously and are
confident that the RC. But Which
magazine have said that
This is Iq reporting for newsroom.
Next, this cute-looking new robot
stole the show at a huge
tech event in the US.
The bot, called Chloe,
got a case of stage fright
during a live demonstration of how
it can help around your home.
Am I ready on my cycle?
Even robots have bad days.
Chloe is just one of thousands
of new gadgets being unveiled this
week at the Consumer Electronics
Hope that goes little better.
Eight little ducklings
went swimming one day...
And ended up stuck in a water drain!
Yep, it's a true story
but with a happy ending...
The ducklings on Australia's Gold
Coast were rescued by firefighters
who shimmied down the drain
and scooped them up by hand.
They were then reunited
with their mum and waddled off
to a safe water spot nearby.
Thanks for watching.
Ricky's back in the morning.
I will see you tomorrow afternoon.