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<div ><noscript >The Week in Tech – 21st June 2013

This Week: We take a look at the world’s thinnest smartphone, find out more about new ways of tackling child porn and celebrate Mobento’s million dollar seed funding.

And it turns out even Peppa Pig isn’t safe from hackers.

The Week in Tech is your video guide to the biggest tech stories of the week, presented by Tech City News’ very own Tom Platt.


Thanks to Futureheads for hosting us this week.

Further reading

Huawei unveils the Ascend P6, which it claims is now the world’s thinnest smartphone. [Aaron Souppouris, The Verge]
Web firms agree clampdown on child abuse images [Joseph Watts, Evening Standard]
EdTech video startup Mobento raises £1.1m seed round [Jason Hesse, Tech City News]
Geak Ring and Sensoria socks add to range of wearable tech [BBC News]

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Check back on Friday for the next episode.

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Music credit: SundLy – Memories/Jamendo

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