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Software to protect human rights activists targeted for online surveillance
A radical use of cell phone positioning data to map the spread of Ebola
MSF harness the knowledge of volunteers to help map crisis areas
Can open data enable all of us to become artists?Click debates the evolution of open data.
Click explores 200 years of communication technology at London’s Science Museum
The co-founder of Ethiopia’s Zone 9 bloggers argues for their release from jail.
Techcon Radio Festival and how radio is thriving in the digital and visual age
How Hong Kong protesters fell foul of a bogus smartphone app that stole personal details
The actor, writer and technophile Stephen Fry describes how tech has changed his life
The online security initiative making security software more user-friendly
The near future is imagined at the Brighton Digital Festival
Click investigates triumphs and pitfalls of the digital age at the dConstruct Conference
Is India’s Prime Minister spurning mainstream media for an easier time on social media?
How to build a superfast internet and conserve energy too
How much do social networks help or hinder the fight against Ebola?
Robots use WiFi technology to see through brick walls
BRCK, a router which copes with variable signals and intermittent electricity,is released
The new device that lets mobile phones get connected when there is no connectivity
Amnesty International's online tool to help validate videos showing human rights abuses
The technology enabling a paralysed artist to draw using his brain waves
A report from New Interfaces for Musical Expression on the latest in electronic music
A report on the outrage over Facebook research into mood manipulation
ICANN's plans for the future of domain names and policing the internet
Videos showing 360 degree views of tennis matches revolutionise coverage of Wimbledon
World Cup football just got more accurate as Brazil 2014 introduces goal-line technology
The Court of Justice of the European Union ruling on the 'right to be forgotten' online
The TV White Space project in Ghana potentially offers that country greater connectivity
Is Estonia's e-Voting system, as critics claim, open to cyber attack?
Click reports how the fall of Nokia has led to a technological start up boom in Finland
BASIC the computer language that revolutionised the world of PCs is fifty years old