The Cook, The Thief, His Wi-Fi and Her Lover: TM 95 FIXED Regular Version
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This week on the regular version of TECH'S MESSAGE Nate and Ian discuss:
- Driving test: Learners must be able to use sat navs - Mobile payments struggle to make impact on contactless card use - Vodafone scraps roaming fees in much of Europe - Virgin Media uses home routers to boost its public WiFi network - 'Planet Earth II' on 4K Blu-ray will make you want a new TV
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- Tamagotchi: Iconic 90s playground toy set for a comeback - Nintendo may discontinues the NES Classic - Retro tech debate (Nate, in favour; Ian, vehemently against) - The trouble with paying with an Apple Watch - Nate's views on embedding RFID chips under the skin - Outtakes
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