A family health emergency led to the invention of a wristband that analyses your DNA to tell you which foods to buy to stay healthy and reduce your risk of diseases like diabetes.
A city that was once on its knees has become a model for successful urban transformation.
Volocopter is due to launch its electric air taxis commercially in the next two years. The VoloCity has 5G capabilities to allow it to see round corners and even autonomously ask permissi...
Smaller and smaller components mean we need to reconsider how robots are able to handle and manipulate these parts.
Signalling the country's introduction as a player in the technological world, Rwanda has introduced the Mara X and Mara Z smartphones.
This new technique is delicate enough for human skin, which could enable technologies such as high-adhesion, embedded electronic tattoos, and bandages tricked out with patient-specific bi...
Mobile data costs vary around the world, with 10 of the top 20 cheapest countries in Asia, underscoring how access to the internet remains uneven.
Commuting, going for a coffee and shopping all bring challenges for the visually impaired. But smart cities could provide automated information points with tactile maps or audio systems d...
Germans are buying more electric bikes than cars. But, why?
Using new technology, winemakers will be able to use artificial intelligence to help reduce the damage done by bushfires on their harvest.
MIT researchers have found a new use for Artificial Intelligence: creating machine-knitted garments. What does this mean for the future of knitting?
Apps developed by MIT spinout Tulip help manufacturers augment employee production rather than automating it away.
A 16-year-old has become a millionaire after winning the inaugural Fornite World Cup in New York. It’s a watershed moment for e-sports.
The power of quantum computing promises great opportunities for society. But its implications for security could threaten our digital lives. Businesses must prepare for the future now.
As children are increasingly exposed to technology, India has taken the initiative to ensure that they are better engaged with it.