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07/06/2014

Click visits the West Bank to check out its burgeoning tech scene, and travels beneath the streets of London to visit a 'smart' tunnel.


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Could the next flappy bird be somewhere in here?

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This week on Click we'll visit the West Bank to check

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out its burgeoning tech scene,

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we'll also shed some light on the tech rarely

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seen on TV as we venture below the streets of London in search

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of the world's first smart tunnel, and we look forward to that tiny

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footballing event called the World Cup in Webscape.

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Welcome to Click. I'm Spencer Kelly.

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If you were watching the show last week,

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you will have seen some amazing tech from our trip to Israel,

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from flying ambulances to smartphone cancer detectors.

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There's a real buzz around the area in terms of research

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and innovation,

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but Israel's not the only location we've visited on our recent

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travels, which demonstrated a thirst for all things geek.

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Ramallah in the Occupied Territories is being called

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the Palestinian Silicon Valley.

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You can't visit this region without being aware of the conflict

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which defines much of the landscape and that includes technology.

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As we saw last week, the military heavily influences Israeli tech.

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We saw that with the ambulance drone,

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part funded by the Israel Defence Force.

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And while Israel leads the world with some of its tech,

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just a few miles away in the Occupied Territories

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of the West Bank, it's a different story.

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Here, Israeli occupation means import

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restrictions for Palestinians

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and hi tech infrastructure is lacking as a result,

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but amid the conflict and the problems it causes,

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there are shoots of a tech industry that's starting to grow.

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Jane Copestake travelled to the West Bank to find out more.

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We're driving into Ramallah

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to visit some of the tech start-ups

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based in the city.

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20 kilometres north of Jerusalem,

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it's been touted

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as a new tech hub for the Arab world.

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'Our first stop is a game of table tennis

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'with the chief technical officer of Yamsafer.

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'It's a hotel booking website for the Middle East and Turkey.

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'It's now one of the most successful start-ups in Ramallah,

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'but it faced an early setback - many potential customers didn't

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'have credit cards, so they couldn't pay for their bookings online.

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'Yamsafer developed a trust algorithm

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'to rank people using their site.'

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We had a really big problem with credit cards here,

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so we just figured it out after we faced the problem that OK,

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everything is good, we have good product,

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we have good inventory, but the customers can't book

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because of the payment method, so it was like about...

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It took us, like, about one year to figure out this solution.

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'It's a small example of some of the challenges

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'that come with working here.'

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We said, "Yeah, we'll go with it."

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'Khaled Abu Alkheir is co-founder of gaming company PinchPoint.

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'They're hoping to find success by making the next flappy bird.

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'His company spends weekends brainstorming game ideas

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'that they can turn around quickly, like Egghead Runaway.

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'Their latest major release is Spermania.

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'You play a sperm on the way to fertilise an egg.

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'They say these unusual ideas are partly inspired by life

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'living under occupation.'

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With all the challenges and all the things...

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Everything we do is actually with...

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faced with challenges so we always have to think outside the box

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whether it's a service or it's a game and I think this is what

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drives us is that we're not afraid to try something else.

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Before developing video games, Khaled was focused on a major hurdle

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for Palestinian tech developers - lack of access to 3G networks.

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This issue was highlighted

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on a recent visit by President Obama.

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Signs were telling him not to bother bringing his smartphone to Ramallah.

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Israel controls mobile band width in the Occupied Territories

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and Palestinian network companies

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don't yet have access to 3G networks.

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Large payment companies like PayPal don't accept payments

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to and from accounts in the Occupied Territories,

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but Google recently changed the tag line on its search engine

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from Palestinian Territories to Palestine.

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This was after a UN vote that gave Palestine non-member state status.

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When Google actually recognised Palestine and we got the domain,

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it was a huge buzz,

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because everyone uses Google.

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If Google recognises Palestine as a UN state, then that's it,

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you see Palestine on Google and you see it on the maps also.

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But Google maps weren't much help on our way to Yata,

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80 kilometres south of Ramallah, especially without a 3G signal.

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HE ASKS FOR DIRECTIONS

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We spend an hour driving around looking for signs to our location.

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'It seems an unlikely place to meet Khalil Shreateh,

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'but the hacker from Hebron was born and brought up here

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'and it's where he lives with his family.

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'Khalil became famous around the world when he hacked

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'into Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page last year.

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'He had hoped to be rewarded by the company's bug bounty program,

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'which pays money to people

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'who report issues with the site's security.'

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Actually I hacked the Facebook twice and not for one time,

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er, the one that everyone knows and the last one,

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Facebook paid me 5K dollars, 5,000.

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-So they did pay you?

-The second time, yes.

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'Khalil taught himself how to code online

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'and saved up for two years to buy his first computer.

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'After the Facebook hack, he received many lucrative job offers,

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'including from Israel, but he chose to stay in the West Bank.'

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I could make more...

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a lot of money if I went to travel outside Palestine, but to

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work inside Palestine, first it's something loyal and I like my work.

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It's a better place here for me than travelling outside.

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'There's a lot of talent here in the West Bank, but the limitations

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'faced mean much of the development remains small-scale.'

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There's a lot of companies here who work with software,

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small companies and big companies,

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but if you want to make a big product to face the global markets,

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you can't fund it, or it's hard to fund it,

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because you need money to start it

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and here the Palestinian market doesn't have that much money

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to start a company and start facing the global market.

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'Back in Ramallah, we meet Husni Abu Samrah at the Movenpick Hotel,

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'often a meeting place for tech start-ups and entrepreneurs.'

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So it gives you the BMI is 20.31...

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'His company, MobiStine, creates health related apps for IOS

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'for the Arabic-speaking market, which he says is underserved.

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'This one tracks your pregnancy, everything from pictures

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'of your bump to allergies and medical information.

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'It even lets you log how you're feeling.

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'The app is designed to link up with your doctor to the cloud,

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'so they know your symptoms before you arrive for an appointment.

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'It's received backing from various funders to be

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'developed in Arabic and English,

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'but finding people to work on the technical side

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'has been a challenge.'

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It's not easy to get technical people

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when we started the development for smartphones.

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They were almost very few,

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very few people, technical people who can develop apps, so we had to hire

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and train them for a few months then

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to be able to produce or develop apps.

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'However, Husni's work has already inspired his teenage son to

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'learn how to program apps for IOS.

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'Like Khalil in Yata, Diaa taught himself how to program online

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'using Google.

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'We came for tea at his home in Ramallah and he showed us

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'some of the apps he's been working on.'

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-This is my first app.

-Let's see.

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-This is the first one, yeah.

-So this is all herbal remedies?

-Yes.

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-And do you sell these apps or do you... Are they free?

-No, sell.

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I told him the money you will get from selling your apps,

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I'll give them to you.

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'Making money through technology is a focus for young developments

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'especially in Ramallah.

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'Another company, Fadfid, which means venting in Arabic.

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They can find a list of therapists here and book a session.

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'It's a platform which discreetly connects people

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'across the Arab world with therapists

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'for confidential online counselling.

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'Today, it still feels a long way from Silicon Valley,

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'but for those working in this nascent tech scene, the hope

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'is Palestinian technology will one day be a global focus.'

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We need a success story here in Palestine.

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This will excite everyone

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and be the reason why many people start working on their own

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start-ups, so I think what is missing now in Ramallah is a success story.

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Jen Copestake with a fascinating look at life

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and tech in the West Bank and if you have any thoughts on that

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story or indeed anything else

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that we cover, the address as always is...

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Next up, a look at this week's tech news.

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The UK's National Crime Agency has advised internet users

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that they have two weeks to protect

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themselves from a major cyber threat called Gameover Zeus.

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The piece of malicious software which

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phishes around your computer for financial or other sensitive

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information has been taken control of by the FBI in America,

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but it's estimated that it could be back up and running

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in a couple of weeks.

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In the meantime, the advice is fairly familiar by now, to

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use different, complex passwords

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for all the important sites that you use.

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Musicians, including singer Billy Bragg

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and Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien, have asked the European Union

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to intervene in a row with YouTube.

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The dispute centres on the rates the video sharing site is said to be

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offering small music labels to be included in a new advert-free

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music subscription service.

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YouTube has refused to comment on what it says are

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"ongoing negotiations" with artists.

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And London-based Rocksteady Studios' much anticipated third Batman

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game Arkham Knight has been delayed.

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The Caped Crusader's computerised exploits will now be released

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on next gen consoles the PS4 and Xbox 1, along with PC next year.

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The Dark Knight detective's development delay is just

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the latest in a spate of next gen games which have

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seen their release dates postponed due to increased production times.

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Now, here on Click we really do like to get to the bottom of every

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story, but sometimes to find the most innovative tech

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you have to go really, really deep, as Dave Lee discovered

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when he descended below these very streets to meet the people

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who are getting on top of some very important research.

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The Crossrail project being built in London today is the biggest

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civil engineering feat in Europe.

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It's a completely new train network buried deep under London's streets.

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Huge machines weighing 1,000 tonnes each

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are digging out 41 kilometres

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of tunnel, each one between six and 11 metres in diameter.

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Engineering marvel this may be,

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but it also brings with it a few problems, because as this map

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shows, so much of the ground beneath London has already been tunnelled.

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If this vast underground network is disturbed,

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it could cause disaster on the surface.

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To make sure that doesn't happen,

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you need to go down and down and pay very close attention.

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More than two thirds of the tunnels in London were

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built during Victorian times.

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Researchers want to be sure the new construction nearby isn't putting them at risk.

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We are 25m below the hustle and bustle of central London

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and these tunnels have been here for almost 100 years but less

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than 2m below where I am standing a new tunnel is being made

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and engineers at the University of Cambridge have filled

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these tunnels with sensors to monitor any movements.

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This really is the world's first smart tunnel

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because we have filled it with so much instrumentation

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that we now have the ability to understand

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how this tunnel is behaving in a way that was never possible before.

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We've got fibre-optic cables that run along the top

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and around some of the rings.

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Those are used for measuring how the tunnel rings

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deform against each other and actually how their shape changes.

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We've got some displacement sensors here which, again,

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are looking at how the rings move with respect to each other.

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And we've got a range of targets here that are being used with

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digital camera technology and that enables us

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to take a picture right down the length of the tunnel and see how

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different bits of the tunnel are moving in respect to each other.

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The tunnel is able to create live data about its own health.

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Information that can be collected and crunched on-site.

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It means the team can keep tabs on the tunnel in real-time.

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If anything unexpected happens, they'll know almost instantly.

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They've been gathering all this data for over a year now.

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It gives them previously unavailable insight into the effect digging tunnels can have.

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Until this one was made into a smart tunnel,

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experts had to rely on more expensive equipment like this.

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Getting data out was painfully slow.

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Any small change picked up by the sensors in this tunnel

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could signal a potentially major problem above ground.

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The effect is not only going to be on the tunnel itself

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but that would mean that the soil is moving to move inside.

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So the soil is coming from inside which means anything that you have

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on the surface could be affected

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so it could cause catastrophe, it could cause unpredicted movements

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to assets and to structures that are not even close to this tunnel.

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Construction teams are working 24 hours a day to make sure

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Crossrail is up and running for 2018.

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The team from Cambridge will be watching carefully

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to make sure everything remains safely on track.

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For decades, anyone going to the cinema would be familiar with this...

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The sound of film whirring through the projector.

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Of course, these days,

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for many cinemas that has been replaced by this...

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The sound of a happy hard drive.

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But what's next in the evolution of the silver screen?

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Al Moloney has been taking a look.

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'Edison, the late sage of Menlo Park,

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'with Henry Ford as he re-enacted filming one of the first movies

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'entitled A Man Sneezing Featuring Fred Ott.'

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I was the first leading man in the movies.

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It created a sensation.

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Help me!

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Moving pictures have certainly come a long way over the past 100 years,

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from giant robots to giant monsters,

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the fantastic can now seem commonplace.

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Available in our homes and even on our phones, cinemas have had

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to find new ways to entice customers to part with their hard-earned cash.

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One company hoping to deliver that magic is Canadian firm IMAX.

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Known to many for their big screens and auditoriums, they've also

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invested heavily in next generation of camera and projection technology.

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And this is the company's latest edition,

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located in the heart of London cinema district in Leicester Square,

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the screen is over five storeys high and almost 90 feet wide.

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But any regular cinemagoer will tell you that size isn't essential,

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what matters most is the picture and clarity of the image that is

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up on screen, which is why the method of projection is so important.

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And while cinema may have spent the last few years changing over

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to digital systems,

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IMAX is betting big on the fact that laser technology is the way forward.

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The technology involves replacing the xenon bulbs

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traditionally found in digital projectors.

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Theoretically, they should use less power, cause less heat,

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have to be replaced less

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and even cause less noise than current projectors.

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It's a good prototype.

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It is not reflective of what we would productise.

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But what it does do is show proof of concept.

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We use it as a test to test how far can we push the limits of the system.

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This system involves the lasers generating

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and then combining red, green and blue colour channels.

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Those colours then get fed through an optical engine

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and are projected onto the screen.

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The big selling point for consumers is the improved contrast ratio,

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that is the difference between the brightest and the darkest colours.

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For example, a current digital 4K projector

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has a contrast ratio of about 1,600 to 1.

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IMAX claim that the laser projector will increase that

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to over 8,000 to 1.

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What that means is

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when you come into the movies the blacks will be really, really black.

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If you think about a movie like The Dark Knight Rises

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that Chris Nolan directed a year and a half ago

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that is really important for him

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and the audience to be able to discern between the blacks,

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the greys, the silvers, so you're going to get far more clarity on screen.

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Laser also allows us

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to use far more of the colour gamut that is available

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so you are going to see on-screen far more vivid, vibrant colours

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than you would ever see with current projection technology.

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Currently in prototype stage,

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projectors should reach theatres sometime next year

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where they will likely be joined by several other brands

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all eager to demonstrate that the future for the market is bright.

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Of course, you can have the highest quality picture in the world

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but if it is not backed up by a story you might be in trouble.

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Just ask Adam Sandler.

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-Start running fast!

-SHE SCREAMS

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Al Moloney, a man who, I believe, actually IS allergic to sunlight.

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One person who really does never need to venture outside -

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in fact she locked herself inside her digital cave about a year ago -

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is Kate Russell. Here she is now with Webscape.

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I'd probably get out more, Spencer, if I wasn't always hunting

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through hundreds of apps on my overloaded handset.

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If that sounds like you, Cover Lock Screen can make

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an app obsession a lot more manageable by learning which apps

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you use in different locations at different times of day,

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adding them to your lock screen for easy access.

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Giving your phone context depending on where you are is a brilliant idea.

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In the morning when you wake up

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your news and weather apps could be on screen.

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In car mode, which could be triggered using motion detection

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or proximity to in-car Bluetooth devices,

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you will have quick access to maps and hands-free communication tools.

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If you are using KitKat,

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this app will even let you control music playback.

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And if there are some apps you'd rather keep hidden,

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this can all be tweaked in the settings.

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Your ringer will even be set to vibrate when at work,

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ring when at home

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and automatically switch to silent for a peaceful night's rest.

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Digital currency Bitcoin has had a turbulent ride this year

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but, if it's going to survive,

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one thing we really need to know is where we can use it.

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That is the goal of open street map project Coinmap, which allows

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users and shop owners to add venues where the currency can be traded.

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There are a growing number of places you can use Bitcoin, as this map shows.

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But the crypto currency has taken some big knocks recently.

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China's banks have restricted usage.

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In Russia, it is considered illegal, and in March,

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the US tax office dealt a massive blow by declaring Bitcoin

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to be property rather than currency

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which saw it lose 17% of its value pretty much overnight.

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If you want to track the price of the digital currency,

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Bitcoincharts has a nice open source tracking tool.

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NASA has released a new Flickr gallery containing 43 stunning images

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which would make an excellent desktop design wherever you are.

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# This is Ground Control to Major Tom. #

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# Put your flags up in the sky... #

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The FIFA World Cup kicks off in Brazil next week

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and the BBC's dedicated apps and online content will help you stay

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in touch with the touchline action on any device anywhere at any time.

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There is live coverage of all the matches, breaking news,

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expert analysis and UK viewers can enjoy streaming video

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and highlights of every goal.

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True football addicts should download the Forza app which lets fans track

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live scores and statistics for their favourite teams

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from 420 leagues and cups around the world.

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Connect to rate players

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and share opinions with other footy aficionados

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and there are a couple of nice extras being

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thrown in for the World Cup, including a live bracket feature,

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a real-time updated info graphic showing the potential outcomes

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throughout the whole group stages and beyond.

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Kate Russell's Webscape and those links, if you missed them,

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are all up at our website as usual.

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And if you'd like to get in touch with us about anything you've

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seen on this week's programme, you are more than welcome.

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You will find us on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

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Next week, we have a very special programme from Los Angeles.

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It is the highlight of the video gaming year,

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the Electronic Entertainment Expo, E3 as it is called,

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and I for one can't wait, so I'm going whether you like it or not.

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Thanks for watching and I'll see you in LA.

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Click visits the West Bank to check out its burgeoning tech scene, and travels beneath the streets of London to visit a 'smart' tunnel.


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