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Latest update : 2012-08-07

Richard Stallman, the father of free software

In this week's programme, we meet Richard Stallman, founder of the free operating system GNU, and a staunch advocate of online privacy. Stallman says free software is key to ensuring WE govern our technology and not the reverse. But his views haven't gone down well with everyone in the technosphere. Plus, in Test 24, the world's smallest router has become a tool for hacktivists in the Middle East.

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2015-05-01 Apple

Apple Watch put to the test

In this edition, we look at a contest for coders. Battle Hack 2015 has crowned its best app, made in under 24 hours. Other internet tools already exist to help locate survivors...

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2015-04-24 space

Space Special: Happy Birthday, Hubble!

In this edition, we're celebrating 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope. Thanks to Hubble, we know how old the universe is, and that it's expanding increasingly fast. We tell...

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2015-04-17 technology

Europe vs. Google: EU accuses search giant of market dominance abuse

The EU accuses Google of abusing its dominance of internet searches to push its own products. In this edition we tell you what this antitrust probe implies for the tech giant. We...

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2015-04-10 technology

'Killer robots': Towards faceless wars?

In this edition, we tell you how hackers claiming to belong to the Islamic State organisation knocked out channels belonging to French broadcaster TV5Monde. We also talk about...

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2015-04-03 Medicine

Virtual reality applied to health

In this special high-tech health edition, we tell you all about how doctors around the world are using virtual reality-driven solutions to treat patients, from anxiety disorders...

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