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Latest update : 2013-07-09

Surveillance 2.0: Has spying become the norm?

By now, even tribesmen in Mongolia may be watching what they write in their emails: the word "spying" has filled headlines all over the world for the past few weeks and the latest news has revealed an "immense" surveillance system that includes telephone, email and internet traffic in... France. Tech 24 talks to Matt Holdrege, an expert in surveillance, and to Liam Boogar, editor at the Rude Baguette, France's first English-language news site covering startups, tech, and innovation.

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2017-03-23 technology

Inside Netflix's war room

In this edition, we take you inside Netflix's headquarters in Los Gatos, California. We tell you how the service is now using big data to predict what its viewers want to see,...

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2017-03-17 technology

The quantum computing era

The quantum computing era is coming and it's coming fast! Based on quantum physics, it's set to transform the landscape of AI and cryptography in a big way. But it could also...

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2017-03-10 technology

WikiLeaks' 'Vault 7': How did the CIA manage to get into our smartphones?

Should we be worried about the CIA's cyber hacks? How did the spy agency manage to get into our cellphones? On Tech 24 this week, we tell you everything you need to know about...

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2017-03-03 technology

Creating empathy through virtual reality

If you're looking to change jobs or upgrade your skills, the edtech industry is here to help, with apps that enable you to test out future careers and follow highly personalised...

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2017-02-24 technology

Foosball gets its own social network

In this edition, we take Test 24 outside the studio for a demonstration of a special foosball game. It's all the thrills of traditional table football but with the backing of a...

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