A data analytics startup is hoping to reduce all types of financial risk in maritime shipping.
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An earbud device connects to 5 audio channels during live music shows enabling users to tailor the mix to personal music preferences.
The ability to control a drone with just one hand could be a reality, thanks to an Australian startup.
A new interactive speaker uses AI to help users practice conversational Chinese.
Selfies could provide the means for consumer-driven product analysis and recommendations.
A clothing company has developed underwear embedded with a product that kills odour-causing bacteria.
A nifty app could save many users awkward embarrassments at large events and gatherings.
The use of a sustainable material in every part of a building could alter the very nature of construction for a more sustainable future.
Personalisation has been taken to a whole new level in the beauty industry with individualised face masks.
What is edge computing and how is it different from the cloud? Find out in our latest Tech Explained feature where we explain the practice of processing data in real-time without delay.
An audio-based social media platform aims to help young people have the confidence to express themselves away from pressures on appearance.
An innovative platform allows almost anyone to build their own IoT network.
A well-targeted healthcare site could help bring to light some of the more difficult problems faced by men.
An Iraqi designer has released a collection of vases that have been designed and created largely by machine.
A new mask can add aroma, as well as the sensation of heat and cool, to VR headsets.
Researchers and a retailer have teamed up to deliver a jumper that can be customised in-store to fit anyone.
A winter sports helmet can automatically detect when a user falls, sending distress signals, and allows for simple long-distance group communication.
Europe’s busiest port uses a geographic information system (GIS) to enhance maritime freight transport and logistics.
Engineers have developed a replacement for MDF and chipboard that is made from potato peels and is biodegradable.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
Experimental food experiences combine story-telling with dinner through glow-in-the-dark cuisine.
Intelligent design options simultaneously speeds up the renovation process at a lower cost.