Music Tech Festival and instruments for disabled performers
Music Tech Fest in Stockholm
Get ready for atomic radio
Digital v Analogue
Digital may give us everything but many crave the tactile, physical analogue experience
Could Tech Warn of Future Tsunami?
How a prototype system of sensors on the seafloor could predict future tsunamis?
Apple and Amazon Deny China Hack Claims
Apple and Amazon deny claims of Chinese cyber attack
Keeping Internet Traffic Within Africa
The Internet Society partners with Facebook to expand internet connectivity in Africa
Migrant Caravan Communications
How can technology help organise mass movements of people?
Is VR Dying?
Will virtual reality ever live up to what we had hoped?
A Million Processor Supercomputer
The world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer is switched on for the first time
Using AI to Monitor Crowd Emotions
Could AI be used to predict if a crowd was to turn violent?
Data Ethics Monitoring
The world’s first Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation is launched today
The latest technology on the new Mars lander
Bloom App is 10!
The creative music app is relaunched on its 10th birthday
Cyber Attack Risk Up By 9%
The risk of cyber attacks is up 9% this year according to new research
Global Printer Hacker Strikes Again
Why has the so called “PewDiePie” printer hacker struck again?
The Mouse at 50
The mouse is 50 years old, but how will we interface in the future?
Our Changing Relationship with Tech
How might our relationship with technology develop in 2019?
Congo Internet Shutdown
Congo Internet Shutdown – no connectivity more than a week after the presidential election
US Shutdown Effect on Tech
US Shutdown effect on tech - government websites down and cyber security is limited
Zimbabwe Internet Back Up
The internet has gone back up in Zimbabwe following a court ruling against the government
Game On - A day at the races, virtually
From the McLaren Shadow Project final
Scrutiny of Fisheries Bill, big machinery, potato trial
An investigation by MPs into the Fisheries Bill says it is short on detail.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside from BBC Radio 4.
Germaine Greer - White Beech: The Rainforest Years
Germaine Greer is taken to see an abandoned dairy farm on the Gold Coast.
Using science to tackle plastic pollution
Plastic pollution and efforts by Welsh scientists to tackle the problem.