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Latest update : 2010-09-10

Disparity in broadband costs

The cost of broadband is a source of considerable inequality across the globe. Paradoxically, the richest countries have the most advantageous rates. But also: the Iranian authorities anger Microsoft by encouraging software piracy. Plus: Google under attack in the United States. And pick of the week: OpenID, a site which allows you to create yourself a universal ID and password.

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2015-02-27 technology

Drone vs. drone

In this edition, we discuss drone interception systems after several mystery drone sightings were spotted in Paris. We also take a look at a growing range of wearable tech that...

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2015-02-20 hacking

Beyond the Higgs Boson

After discovering the Higgs Boson three years ago, scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research are getting ready to search for more particles at the core of...

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2015-02-13 aerospace

SPACE VENTURES

In this edition, we discuss the deep-space solar exploration mission "DSCOVR" as well as Europe's prototype space plane, dubbed the "IXV", which could help to test key reentry...

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2015-02-06 technology

Developing better solutions for Africa

In this edition, we take a closer look at some of Africa's up-and-coming entrepreneurs who are making some serious waves in the technology space. From the Kelasy educational...

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2015-01-30 technology

Technology helping visually impaired people

In this edition, we explore the different ways in which technology can help improve the daily lives of visually impaired people: from high-tech glasses that enable them to see...

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