Egypt business cost
Ed Butler examines how Egyptians are coping with the chaos in Cairo. One of the country's leading private bankers, Hisham Ezz Al-Arab, measures the costs of the political upheaval on the nation's economy.
Also in the programme, are smart phones getting too smart? We review the latest technology that tracks your every move, in order to target you with marketing that relates to where you are.
And we hear the thoughts of Irish comedian Colm O'Regan, a self-confessed Facebook addict, who can't keep tabs on all his tabs, and wonders whether the era of split screens is permanently rotting his brain.