The 'fintech' revolutionAs the Moneyconf 2016 comes to an end, we look closely at how financial technology, or so-called "fintech", is disrupting the banking sector. Plus, we test Withings' new scale:…
Solar-powered plane in historic transatlantic crossingThe Solar Impulse 2 landed in Spain Thursday after completing a 71-hour flight from New York in the first "magical" solo transatlantic crossing in a solar-powered airplane.
Creating a metaverseHow far are we from creating a metaverse, that is, a collective virtual shared space in which we would all interact as avatars? The term was coined in Neal Stephenson's 1992…
DOWN TO EARTH
Drones to the rescue: How pilotless aircraft are saving livesHistorically known for taking lives, drones are now emerging as one of the most promising tools for health and emergency services.
Testing the 'tech waters’As the Euro 2016 kicks off here in France, we look at how technology has changed every aspect of football and how it is continuing its relentless march into the heart of all…
EU competition: Is Google breaking the law?The EU versus the US, public against private. Internet giant Google could face billions in fines as Brussels investigates it for a series of breaches of EU lay: The EU commission…
Eye On Africa
EYE ON AFRICA
At least 2 people killed in protests over electoral body in KenyaIn tonight's edition: Two people have been killed in protests in Kenya, Bosso has been hit by Boko Haram raids, and Nigerian superheroes take over comics and mobile apps.
Facebook Live - From space!In this edition, we tell you about the 20-minute Q&A conducted by Mark Zuckerberg from earth to space. Also, we tell you how technology is tackling the problem of waterborne…
The rise of antibiotic resistant superbugsWhy are bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics? And how can technology help? In this edition, we tell you more about what the World Health Organization calls the…
Inside The Americas
INSIDE THE AMERICAS
Baltimore residents react to latest verdict in Freddie Gray caseThis week, we head to Baltimore where a policeman has been cleared of all charges in the Freddie Gray case. We find out what residents think of the verdict. Also, we meet Muslims…
US nuclear force 'uses floppy disks'America’s nuclear force still uses floppy disks designed in the 1970s to coordinate some of its functions, according to a watchdog report released Wednesday.