The Switchy and Scratchy Showdown, Starring Ofcom: TM 99 REGULAR VERSION
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This week on the regular version of TECH'S MESSAGE Nate and Ian discuss:
- WannaCry update - AI traffic lights to end rush hour jams in Milton Keynes - Ofcom reveals text-to-switch plan for mobile users - BBC to close TV download store after only 18 months as streaming dominates - Amazon Prime Reading launches in the UK with free, rotating e-book library
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- Lengthy Extra Story: Tomorrow's World is coming back to the BBC - Behind the scenes from Ian's time working on Tomorrow's World at the BBC - Remember when Nate was on The Apprentice for several seconds? - The deeply nerdy history of Nate and Ian's childhoods - The experience of switching from Three to Vodafone - Traffic light history lesson (featuring info about EXPLOSIONS!) - Reasons for using 100 percent green energy sources at home - Bad web browsers versus good web browsers - Fun contactless payment stories
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