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A matter of consent: What is the GDPR and what does it mean for you?
Europe’s new data protection law is meant to give us power over our inbox – but will we tick the right box?
May 24, 2018
Artificial intelligence and the the future of music composition
Computers are now composers but do we want them to call the tune?
May 21, 2018
Is a cashless world close at hand?
Notes and coins continue to fade from wallets, we weigh up the pros and cons
May 8, 2018
Are productivity apps actually slowing us down?
Some say the technology is actually consuming the time and effort users are trying to save in the pursuit of efficiency
April 17, 2018
Is Facebook simply not cool any more?
A world without Mark Zuckerberg’s social media giant no longer seems so absurd
April 5, 2018
Why 3D printed building is more than a fad
With a global housing crisis that will, if unchecked, force about 1.6 billion people into inadequate shelter by 2025, 3D printing offers a glimpse of a solution
March 20, 2018
Dignity Is Priceless: the campaign to save UNRWA
The UN refugee agency was thrown a lifeline but can its new social media campaign succeed?
March 17, 2018
Comment: Will flying cars ever actually take off?
In an era of ever-evolving technology, how viable is a future with autonomous flight?
March 11, 2018
The rise and fall of social media app Vero
It tried to take on social media giants with the promise of no adverts and enhanced privacy, but its small print told another tale
March 4, 2018
Game review: Warhorse’s ‘Kingdom Come: Deliverance’ inspired by 15th-century life - and death
The video game delves into European history and devotes itself to to realism of medieval-life in the 15th-century
March 4, 2018