Tue, 26 Aug 14
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How to build a superfast internet and conserve energy too; An app enabling blind people to better use touchscreens; Jamie Bartlett discusses what lurks behind the dark net; Building a Saudi smart city from scratch
Tue, 19 Aug 14
18 days remaining
Tolu Ogunlesi reports on how social networks help and hinder the fight against Ebola; Rohan Paul demonstrates a smart cane for people with visual impairment; Jonathan Leach discusses the development of a camera that can see around corners; A report on how Wikipedia aims to help preserve minority languages
Tue, 12 Aug 14
11 days remaining
Yasamin Mostofi discusses how robots use WiFi technology to see through brick walls; Elizabeth Marincola argues for scholarly articles to be made accessible to the public; Tobias Lutzi on the perils of editing Wikipedia; Olaf Diegel demonstrates the world's first 3D-printed saxophone
Tue, 5 Aug 14
4 days remaining
BRCK, a router which copes with variable signals and intermittent electricity is released; Winners of Google's competition to fund technology development for UK charities; Spain's new 'Google tax' will charge websites like Google that link to news content; Drones to locate missing people via their mobile phones
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