A telly so large, it has its own silo.....In Tech this week - If you want a big telly, move over LG and Samsung - Porsche has made one so big, you have to keep it in a silo in the garden.
Yes. A silo.
Also, O2 plans to stop including chargers in the box when you buy a new phone. It's for green reasons, which would be fine if we all used the same chargers for our phones....hold on a sec...whatever happened to the plan for universal mobile chargers? Rory Reid will tell us more.
China, Russia and India are investing heavily in a new type of Nuclear power using the element Thorium as fuel. Its supporters say Thorium reactors are indredibly safe, the fuel is cheap and plentiful, and could never meltdown like Chernobyl. But is it too good to be true? Our science expert Dr Andrew Curran explains.
In the week that HMV went under - Helen Brown from the Daily Telegraph looks at how Bookshops are trying to avoid the same fate, and we speak to an owner of a Bookshop who's embraced the web to help his business.
And Facebook now has a search engine - y'know, like Google. Podcaster Helen Zaltzman explains how it really could differ from every other search engine, and the online prankster arrested for giving strangers...er... wedgies.
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