Technology

Devices, software, wearables and more

  1. Italian surveillance company Hacking Team has been hacked, exposing ties with oppressive regimes

    6 Jul 2015
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    A smart camera with facial recognition, the Netatmo Welcome is more useful than you’d think

    6 Jul 2015
  3. Apple extends its payment service outside of North America for the first time

    6 Jul 2015
  4. Reddit moderators fight back against management while users just misunderstand how the company works

    3 Jul 2015

Business

How technology is changing your work

  1. Alphr talks to Mark Wood about his experiences as a data-centre manager

    6 Jul 2015
  2. Record investments for UK technology in the first half of 2015 – but is much of the country missing out?

    3 Jul 2015
  3. Watch these five videos to expand and develop your business acumen

    2 Jul 2015
  4. As part of an exclusive interview, Shutterstock CEO Jon Oringer gives five pieces of advice to young entrepreneurs

    2 Jul 2015

Science

Developments from the frontiers of science

  1. Scientists develop printed “Play-Doh” capable of cell and protein transfer

    6 Jul 2015
  2. The challenges preventing humans from walking on Mars are pretty significant. Here’s what they are – and how they could be overcome

    3 Jul 2015
  3. Trust has grown, but the question of whether the public should be offered greater insight into the mechanics science is a complicated one

    1 Jul 2015
  4. Scientists from the Karolinska Institutet create fully functioning synthetic neuron that could one day be used within the human body

    30 Jun 2015

Life & Culture

How technology is changing our everyday lives

  1. Light sculptures are made using a modified 3D printer and a time-lapse camera

    6 Jul 2015
  2. A new version of Bubble Wrap is being rolled out – and it’s unpoppable

    3 Jul 2015
  3. Steve Cassidy finds his climbing legs in the Swiss mountains with Felt’s battery-powered fatbike

    3 Jul 2015
  4. If Apple has it, and Google has it, then Facebook’s got to have it too

    3 Jul 2015

The Future

The world of 20 years from now

  1. A US mechanical engineer has developed a new aiming-assist tool that’s straight out of a sci-fi novel

    6 Jul 2015
  2. Will the ability to make objects from wood, metal and ceramics finally bring 3D printing to the masses?

    3 Jul 2015
  3. Lego is looking to switch to sustainable materials by 2030, and is investing big to do so

    26 Jun 2015
  4. Robots are getting smarter, tougher and more dangerous. Are we at risk?

    26 Jun 2015