Bitcoin gets hacked, Facebook gets home and a rat gets its mind controlled
As you can see, Adrian Goldberg is in for Chris this week, and in web and social media news, podcasters Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann are looking at an attempt to hack Bitcoin - the growing online currency without banks or borders. Also, despite rumours to the contrary, there won't be a Facebook phone, but, if you want it, the social network will be practically everywhere on some Android phones.
In science, Neuroscientist Andrew Curran explains how researchers can now read dreams using brain scans - they claim to be spot-on 60 per cent of the time. Oh, and Scientists at Harvard have managed to make a rat move by controlling its mind.
Look at this.
Also, Steve Fowler, the Editor in Chief of Autoexpress is here with Car news, including the plans to lower the age when people can learn to drive, (which you may, or may not think is wise if you've seen BBC Three's Barely Legal Drivers) and how, despite the so-called age of austerity, car sales are up - again.
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