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Fingerprints give police new clues for solving crime

Fingerprints give police new clues for solving crime
A new technology being trialled by West Yorkshire Police can provide vital clues about a suspect's activities before committing a crime. Read more.

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.

The special effects firms transforming the film industry

The special effects firms transforming the film industry

Alan Moloney  takes a look behind the scenes at three of the latest visual effects technologies being used in films.

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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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How to compose classical music with your brainwaves

How to compose classical music with your brainwaves

LJ Rich concentrates as her brainwaves are converted to music.

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Tech review: This week's headlines

A woman stands in front of a a two-way mirror which is about to take a photograph of her

A look back at a week in tech including the two-way mirror aiming to take perfect selfies

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