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One day, satellites will help us explore the Moon and Mars...
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Why, when the rest of us have been sat in an economic downturn, has the satellite industry been booming?
Europe's Galileo will soon be operational, providing us with much more accurate navigation but why do we need it?
Space is one tough cookie to crack but there's now 3,000 satellites up there, so how have we done it?
Currently, personal assistant robots are not the chattiest but one scientist at
Cambridge is hoping to change that...
Can we make circuits that are more flexible than silicon?
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Choose your mood and style, set your tempo, 20 seconds later this machine will give you a song, completely unique,...
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How can technology enhance creativity and performance? By
making every movement a command.
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What can big data do and how has the cloud enabled the big data revolution?
How much of our personal data are we sharing and should we be doing something to keep it more private?
October 21 2015 is the day Marty McFly returns to in Back To
The Future. But how much has this and other sci-fi...
Google's open-source, modular phone has had to be delayed, but will we see more, similar products in future?
Graphene has some truly exceptional properties. The real
killer application will be in something totally novel, but...
Connecting to public Wi-Fi could mean you hand over the keys to your personal data.
When you go online, who is tracking your behaviour and why?
Can a shift to digital records help hospitals use big data to improve health care?
Humans have been measuring time for centuries - but how
have we got from sundials to atomic clocks?
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What can we do to defend ourselves against cyber-criminals exploiting smartphones to steal our personal data?
Most folks know to wipe their phone before selling it, but few realise their contacts, emails and naked selfies may...