Tech Tent 37: Shellshock and flaws

A new security flaw called 'Shellshock' emerges, potentially leaving many millions of computers open to hackers. Apple faces complaints over the ease with which its new iPhone 6 can be bent, and a bungled software update which left some users unable to make phone calls.

FIFA15, the latest giant games franchise launches, but is the games industry failing many players by being slow to respond to changes in its customer base?

Peter Thiel is co-founder of PayPal and an early investor in Facebook. We ask him what is the secret to successful startups?

And apps and devices to track physical activity have been around for a while, but are your emotions about to become the next parameter to be logged as part of the 'quantified self'?

We're at the UK's largest videogames show EGX London. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones with special guest David Braben, creator of the '80s 3D game Elite, and Dave Lee and Jane Wakefield from the BBC Online Technology Desk.

Sep 26, 2014, 03:10 PM
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