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02/11/2013

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so they could not be traced. `` the sun. All the defendants have pleaded

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not guilty to all the charges. `` sun. Now it is time for click. What

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is the time, Steve Wozniak? Look right here. This is the coolest

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watch in the world. This week, we are off to see Steve Wozniak. He is

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the co`founder of Apple Mac. We will talk about his predictions for this

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future. `` Apple. We will test drive and at that could get you in a spin.

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`` an app. Welcome to the programme. Welcome to Earls Court in London

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where the Apps World event is in progress. One of the special guests

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hit to date thinks that apps are an enormous thing. He is Steve

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Wozniak, the co`founder of Apple. They kickstarted the whole app

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madness in the first place. Back in the 1970s, Steve jobs met Steve

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Wozniak. The rest is history. The two became firm friends. Steve jobs

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gets the credit, but it is Steve Wozniak who was the brains behind

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the silicone. The first Apple computer was his baby. So was the

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Apple II, the groundbreaking computer that went on to sell

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millions. Together, the two Steve 's took Apple from Steve jobs garish to

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the forefront of the personal computing revolution. At times

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changed? Or with the return of app are we back to the early days where

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anybody can build anything? There are boards that young people can

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live and learn about technology and controlled motors. But it's not as

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easy as back then. But they created desires come out of your brain.

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Creative desires are coming out in other ways. Look at the app store. I

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am glad Apple are allowing anyone to produce apps. Steve jobs was afraid

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of the app stall. He was moreover closed mentality. You mentioned

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raspy pie. Are you a fan of getting basic engineering coming to schools

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as early as possible. From our very early age, you don't need high level

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maths. Any young child can understand enough to learn to

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programme. With the pie, you can hook wires to little motors and

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build devices. What an incredible learning experience. Those are

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really fun projects for young people. They are growing step in

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developing their great technologies of the future. What do you make of

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the current crop of smart watches? I am a big fan. A lot of meat wants

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it. I don't know if the masses of the world want it. But I want smart

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phone capability on my wrist. But the more I think about it, I don't

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want the small size. 30 companies are putting out small once the size

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of an eye pod manner. But I want a bigger size. For three years I have

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been talking about organic LED displays that could be painted on

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plastic and wrapped and folded. We are at the verge of having projects

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that can be folded and are flexible. It could wrap around your wrist. The

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display could go all around your arm. But think outside the box. It

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could be on the inside of your arm and then when you flip your arm up

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it goes into your palm. It could have spring materials that flatten

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it out. Then it could be just like holding a phone. We are on the verge

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of computers understanding human gestures and speech. It is not there

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yet. It's well on the way to starting. I can say things to you

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that you would understand, but the computer would not understand.

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Sometimes I say, go to Joe 's diner, and it does not know where Joe 's

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diner is. And usually the Android does. Android is based on the Google

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search engine, which takes the databases of all the world and has

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search engines searching for what people are using. That is the future

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of intelligence, probably, for computers getting artificial

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intelligence. I wish Apple and Google were partners in the future.

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Unlikely. I don't know. If I were there, it would be likely. I am

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probably wrong. There is a lot I don't know about the distance

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concerns. You always have to make money. You are huge fan of openness

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and sharing methods and information. But over the last few years there

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have been all these patent wars, companies wanting to lock down

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knowledge. Something so simple. Some of them are very clever. It is hard

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to say where should patterns draw the line between obvious and having

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value. Should we stop other people from using them? I think we should

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have a world where things are licensed at a fair price. There are

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good things in Samsun phones that I wish were in my iPhone. I wish Apple

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could use them. With Samsung stop us? I wish there would be more

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crosslicensing. All our products would be better. I do wish they were

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more compatible. Turned film critic for a second. Just reviewed, not the

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movie, but the performance of this guy when playing you. I was happy

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when they hired Josh, because he came from a live performance

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background. He did a top rod wait play. I have a lot of performing

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arts experience on stage myself. So I understand the art that goes into

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a person like that. I knew he would study me well and represent me well.

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He did well is set for the facts. What about pirates of silicon value?

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Did they do you justice? Yes, but they did not look like me. They had

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bids. I was quite skinny back then. Jelly became a friend of mine. I

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admired the fact that the scriptwriters captured the essence

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of me being a good, caring person about the company and the people.

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Paul Garcia. Have you seen it. Steve Wozniak, thank you for your time.

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The ever lovely Steve Wozniak. More app action in a couple of minutes.

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Adobe has confirmed a recent cyber attack compromised millions of its

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customer accounts. Around 13 million usernames and passwords were stolen.

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Just under 3 million of those accounts also had credit card data

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coprolites. The cyber attackers stole part of the source code to

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photo shop to. This allowed people to work out technical details about

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the programme. Adobe has reset the password is on its site. It

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recommends that anybody affected should change their passwords on

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other sites that have the same user name. Motorised hard `` motor roller

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are developing a modular mobile phone, allowing users to replace

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parts of the device, customising their handset. They teamed up with

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the Dutch designer who came up with a similar idea, encouraging users to

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update their phone rather than buying a new model. The new ATM that

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uses Palm scam has opened. It can convert CyberCash into real cash.

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The ATMs unveiling comes in a week that a new `` Norwegian man

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discovered that some big coins he bought his cigar and now worth many

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times that of. Latitude uses have complained their laptops smell of

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cat urine. Dell engineers say the smell is not our health hazard. But

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the manufacturing process has now changed. Users can send their laptop

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that for replacement parts. Before we look at the attempts to

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look at the next big app, I hope you want to see and other smartphone

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app, which you pay `` play on your mobile device and in the real world.

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It may take you back to your childhood.

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We met up with one of the founders, Mark Palatucci, who took him through

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the basics. I am going to choose this one. Each

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car, the objective is to shoot the other player off the track. Each car

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comes with different abilities. They all have a weapon. I can play this

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against you or against an AI vehicle. Or both? Yes. Let's get

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racing. There we go. It has a mind of its own. So this is acting as a

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remote control as well as the brains of the car. Yes. Using my thumb, I

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can accelerate. And confusingly, using big Celeron at in the actual

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phone itself, I can change direction. `` the accelerometer. You

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can change your position laterally. There is a virtual bumper. So they

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do not drive off the plane. These cars look very similar to the

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Scalextric slot racing cars of the 1980s. I am presuming there is

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something a bit more advanced. Each car has a bit of advanced

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electronics inside. There is a camera sensor, there is a

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microcontroller that is 100 times more powerful than the first IBM

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PC. There is a wireless chip so the cars can communicate with the

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phones. It is through Bluetooth, low energy. How long does the battery

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last? 20 minutes of active playtime. That is not a huge amount of time.

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If I am having a great time, I have to recharge it. It only takes about

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seven minutes to recharge the cars. That was fun, no doubt about it. I

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was wondering whether it has the staying power to convince people to

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fork out $200 for what looks like a simple, single game. Because of so

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much of what we do is software, the initial thing is catching the

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surface. Their role as a different type of games that we can release,

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different software at least `` apps, you make one hardware

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investment, but we can continue to introduce new things to keep it fun

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and engaging. I spoke to Steve Wozniak early about

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encouraging people to be innovators and to get into coding. One event is

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getting just that. A two`day hackathon has just finished. It is

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filled with teams who are competing to come up with the best new idea.

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The prize`giving is just about to take place. If you have ever

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wondered what these are all about, we sent LJ Rich to Bridge `` produce

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the survival guide. Those apps putting up your smart

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phone do not make themselves. Even the most basic ones take F air and

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Mount of coffee, coding and creativity. Enter the hackathon. A

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place where there is no such thing as a bad idea. Really. They are well

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known in the technology industry. Giants like Facebook and Google have

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been at it for years, and for good reason. It is the source of some of

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them are successful ideas, such as the Facebook like button. It is not

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just about business ideas. Recently, the charity Cancer Research UK held

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a hack day. It resulted in programmes like this, that spot

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faults in jeans. You do not have to have hard`core coding skills. You

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need a bit of enthusiasm, one or two good ideas, and 18. Of the 200

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people here, some teams Compleat assembled, but it is completely OK

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to rock up on the day with the right attitude. If you have a good idea,

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that is all you need. You need a good idea and we can take that,

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formed that, and create something exciting. OK, time to get to work.

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When you have only got a day to make things happen, every second counts.

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Even if coding is not your forte, you can still contribute. Designers

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and ideas people are just as essential. If you do fancy getting

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stuck into coding, it is not as daunting as it may seem on first

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glance. A simple explanation, translating what you want to happen

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to a list of instructions that a computer can understand. The apps

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being built are using something called an API. In this case, it can

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be thought of as a specially opens gateway between someone's data and

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the outside world. For example, the people who run the transport network

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offer up their data, such as live arrival times for buses, and journey

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planning, in their API. This will date is available to anyone with

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permission, but a load of numbers is not a recipe for success. That is

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where developers come in. They repackage this State into a much

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tastier app, by combining the data with other things. You can mix it

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with your smart phone location and you have got an app that tells you

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the best way home. They have been given access to a different source.

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They are using data from other industries, such as cars and

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television. Amid the desolation that is day two of the hackathon, those

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ideas have matured into working demonstrations. One team has

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combined TV subtitled Dato, with a translator. It is a live,

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multilingual, subtitled translator. Team also came up with an app that

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combines tweeds and TV schedules, to generate a live, play as you watch

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quiz. Team members who are still conscious, pitch their ideas in the

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hope of winning prizes. Even if team awesome do not win the contest, they

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have won a place in my heart. Some useful tips on how to survive

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the hackathon. I am one `` here with one of the winners, the all Mozilla.

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It lets data on cars so that car owners can lie about how they

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treated the car. In a nutshell, your tips on how to survive and do well

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at a hackathon? Come expecting to meet new people and learn new

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things, and had that attitude and you will do really well.

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Congratulations. We are handing back to Kate Russell, with some more

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useful apps, in Webscape. A research paper out this week

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claims it is possible to tell who you are dating by looking at your

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Facebook connections. Somewhat chillingly, to predict when you will

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break up. I do not know about insight into your love life, but I

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have some data visualisation tools which may help you understand your

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social networks a little better. Mentionmapp connects to Twitter, and

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lets you explore how users are linked to each other by the hash

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tags that they use. A hash tag, in case you are wondering, is a word or

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phrase which is prefixed by the hash symbol. It turns it into a

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searchable tag, so it can be found easily by others looking for

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information on the same subject. Despite being associated with

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Twitter, which has only existed since 2006, hash tags actually

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originated in one of the first online chattels IRC. It was a way to

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index channels across the entire network. It was since 1988. Facebook

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fans can drive friend wheel, an interesting visualisation which

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shows all the connections between your friends. You may be surprised

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to know who knows who. For all you linked in lovers, a visualisation

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tool that lays bare a colour`coded map of your contacts, to show how

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they are interlinked on this enormous business network. As well

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as being a social space, the Web is great if you enjoy creating. Sketch

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Tory serves up a fun platform for any FreeHand artists to try out

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making something lovely in a wibbly wobbly touring style, that is kind

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of hit knocked it. `` hypnotic. Even if you are not creative yourself,

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the touring tour actually records the act of creation, so you can

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browse other people's works of art and see how they came together.

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There are some truly stunning pieces featured in the gallery. You may

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pick up some artistic tips as well. Change the brush size, add a little

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colour, altered the vibration level for the desired effect, and then

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post on Facebook and Twitter to share your creative vibrations with

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the world. Another interesting sharing app available free on Apple

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and Ann Lloyd `` Android is Chirp.io. It uses a burst of sound,

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a bit like birdsong, to transmit an image to any phones within hearing

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range, that are using the app. It instantly appears on the other

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phone. As well as being a cool trick to show your friends, the sound

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transmission method means that you can share an image with multiple

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phones, from any device capable of playing the sound. Even a PA system,

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which has interesting poll at `` possibilities for marketing events.

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You can use it to share the latest updates from your camera roll, with

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a group of people at once. Make sure they are expecting your transfer

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first. Music fans have a first. You Tube,

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the site that may Justin Bieber famous, is launching its own music

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awards. I know, don't let Justin Bieber put to off, as the event will

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be headlined by Lady GaGa and streamed live on the 3rd of

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November. Kate Russell's Webscape. The links

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are available on our website. Also your daily dose of technology news.

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If you would like to get in touch about anything you have seen today,

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you can email us. That is it. Thank you very much for

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watching. We will see you next time. There is more wet and windy weather

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on the way for the weekend. It looks set to coincide with some of the

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bonfire and firework displays. We have also got, before that, some fog

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issues. They will be around in central and southern areas. Hillfort

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and mild weather in the south, compared to some pretty... Away from

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the stubborn fog areas, the next band of rain is rushing in. It is

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pushing through Northern Ireland on the strengthening winds. It will

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become slow moving through Scotland. Some very significant snow. Sunshine

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in between the heavy showers. The wind is really whip up through the

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afternoon and evening,

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User-friendly guide to the latest technology news, issues, gadgets and apps, including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak on technology partnerships and smart watches.

Plus behind the scenes at a 'hackathon'. Includes tech news and Webscape.


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