Listen this week for an entertaining 30-minute look at the most interesting technology and science stories from the last seven days, with Wired.co.uk’s Olivia Solon, Liat Clark and Nicholas Tufnell.
Once again Care.data is proving to be a hot mess. Remember all that sensitive personal information they promised they wouldn’t give to insurers? They gave it to insurers. Liat takes a look at how medical professionals are trying to treat the strange phenomenon of phantom limbs, and we discuss the news that the European Union and Brazil have agreed to lay a fibre-optic undersea communications cable across the Atlantic in an attempt to “guarantee” net neutrality — is this the beginning of a balkanised web?
1) The Care.data saga continues
2) Get an injection, pee on a stick, get a cancer diagnosis
3) Harvard researcher caught mining dogecoins. Much regret. Many discipline
4) AR helps amputee experience first pain-free night in 48 years
5) Mobile World Congress special report
1) NSA-dodging undersea cable to connect Brazil and EU
Show produced and edited by: Olivia Solon
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