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We explore the digital revolution and check out the latest technological trends. Every Saturday at 2.15 pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.

Latest update : 2010-09-20

Digital piracy

Digital piracy is used as a pretext by Russian police to attack NGOs.

Digital piracy is used as a pretext by Russian police to raid environmental and human rights groups. They used to have the support of Microsoft which, after a story was published in The New York Times, has decided to change its policy...

Other topics: Google Instant gives you answers before you finish asking your question. GMail's Priority Inbox classifies your mails automatically according to their importance (and you can train it).

The pick of the week, Ghostery.com, helps you fight sites that gather information about you without telling you.

And don't miss a very funny video on the weakness of the iPad (as compared to a traditional newspaper) when you use it as a fly-swat.

By Francis Pisani

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2017-10-20 technology

Teaching maths with holograms

After cellphones and tablets, holograms are entering the classroom, enabling students to apprehend the most complex scientific phenomena through mixed reality. In this edition,...

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2017-10-13 technology

Inside the business of 'click farms'

In this edition, we tell you more about electric planes, this as Seattle-based start-up Zunum Aero announces plans to have passengers travel aboard its hybrid electric plane by...

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2017-10-06 technology

Blade Runner 2049: How accurate will its vision of the future be?

Extraordinary, provocative, spectacular: that's how moviegoers and critics alike are describing the much-awaited sequel to Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner". In this edition, we look...

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2017-09-29 technology

Preserving net neutrality

Is the internet as we know it at risk? That's what many activists in the United States believe as they engage in the battle to preserve net neutrality, the founding principle of...

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2017-09-22 technology

Medtech: Repairing the human body

In this week's edition of Tech24, we speak to Thibault Duchemin, the CEO and co-founder of AVA, an app that's helping to improve the lives of the more than 400 million people...

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