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From monitoring ear infections with a mobile phone to remote wound stitching
Def Con hackers aim to protect USA democracy
A new report highlights the interaction of religion and conflict globallly
Unlock a smartphone with a 3D printed fingertip
Giving voice to dissent via social media after Turkey's attempted coup
How MSF plans to locate homes “off the map” in the event of a crisis
The technology behind the virtual currency bitcoin is being used to make music
Basefugees - a new platform to help develop apps for refugees
The future of the internet is at risk if we do not act now, according to a new report
Do Android apps ask for too much information from our mobile phones?
Digital discrimination – does the colour of your skin affect your online activity?
Is online hate speech in Ethiopia as problematic as the government says?
New research shows that some antivirus software could be making computers less safe
A special edition of Click from the Business of Software Conference in Ireland
AI, drones and satellites all used in fighting the Canadian wildfire
Doctors use a patient’s activity tracker to decide treatment and avoid hospital admission
How Virtual Reality will enhance and transform lives
How our identities are increasingly shaped by technology
Honouring activists at the Freedom of Expression Awards
The Iranian Revolution as a revolutionary new video game
Project Ukko shows how best to use wind to generate power
A future where there are no traffic lights
The risks and benefits of AI in collaboration with the Cambridge Science Festival
Easter Rising: the centenary of the Irish rebellion told through VR
How does our nationality impact on social media activity?
Former US Senior Adviser for Innovation Alec Ross discusses the industries of the future
Loon Copter: the flying drone that can submerge and operate underwater
Patrick Meier, from WeRobotics, on the drones being developed for the good of humanity
Why hostile drones pose a real danger to airplanes
Britain’s Baroness Shields on the tools to counter extremist groups online