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UK gun crime: Should police retry gun sensor technology?

UK gun crime: Should police retry gun sensor technology?
The technology that listens for gunshots and then sends the police to investigate. Read Ed Ram's feature in full.

Smart guns: How smart are they?

Smart guns: How smart are they?
The so-called "smart gun" has been causing a stir in both the EU and US firearms industries, but what exactly is a smart gun? Read Nicholas Tufnell's report in full.

Could Ramallah become an Arab World tech hub?

Could Ramallah become an Arab World tech hub?

The trials and triumphs of West Bank tech start-ups. Read Jen Copestake's report in full.

Sending your own satellite into space for £200

Sending your own satellite into space for £200

How you can have your own mini-satellite hitch a ride into space feeding back data to your own mission control - in your bedroom.

Read Stephen Beckett's report in full.

Mini-satellites send high-definition views of Earth

Mini-satellites send high-definition views of Earth

Imagine being able to monitor deforestation tree by tree or, as a farmer, remotely monitoring the health and yield of crops on a daily basis over huge swathes of land. High definition satellite photography is now making this a reality.

Read Richard Taylor's report.

Hacking the instrument of the future in Boston

Hacking the instrument of the future in Boston

Click's LJ Rich joins a group of sleep-deprived coders who are trying to develop the musical instruments of the future.

Read LJ Rich's report on the Music Tech Fest in Boston. 

Free wi-fi hotspots pose data risk, Europol warns

Free wi-fi hotspots pose data risk, Europol warns

Sensitive information should not be sent over public wi-fi hotspots, to avoid hackers stealing it, Europe's top cybercrime police officer has warned.

Read Dan Simmons article in full.

My quest to fix a broken iPad

My quest to fix a broken iPad

After breaking her iPad 2 screen, Click's LJ Rich decided to learn how to fix it herself.

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