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Why activity trackers deliver mismatched fitness data

Why activity trackers deliver mismatched fitness data
Lara Lewington puts a variety of fitness trackers to the test - but how reliable are they?
Read Lara's report.

Getting aid to a war zone in a swarm of drones

Getting aid to a war zone in a swarm of drones

How do you deliver food and medicine to people in an area where a cargo plane would be shot down? It was a question that kept US Air Force pilot Mark Jacobsen awake at night after he met Syrian refugees in Turkey. Then he had an idea - a swarm of tiny drones, each delivering 1kg or 2kg at a time.

Read Catrin Nye's report

Click grows food with gadgets on its smart allotment

Click grows food with gadgets on its smart allotment
The Click team is on a mission to tech up its own plot of land. Read Stephen Beckett's report.

How we made Click on a smartphone

How we made Click on a smartphone
Read Spencer Kelly's account of how we made an entire episode of Click on our smartphones.

Going up!

Going up!

How to build the world's tallest lift.

Read Lara Lewington's feature on the technology that can allow a lift to climb 1km (0.6 miles)

How will the 5G network change the world?

How will the 5G network change the world?

The global race is on to develop 5G, the fifth generation of mobile network. While 5G will follow in the footsteps of 4G and 3G, this time scientists are more excited. They say 5G will be different - very different.

Read Ed Ram's report.

Eye in the sky

Eye in the sky

The high resolution surveillance system that is causing controversy in the US.

Read Ed Ram's feature in full. 

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