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A new Chinese drone can mimic the flight of birds to perform undetectable surveillance from the sky.
New facial recognition software pioneered by two startups will be used for security screenings in a new airport in Beijing.
A net gun armed multicopter can hover indefinitely to ensure safe removal of unlicensed drones from the air.
Our latest Tech Explained helps you understand how biometric technology works to identify someone from their handprints, fingerprints, voice or iris.
The technology helps users navigate data by grabbing and interacting with it.
A new service allows businesses and individuals to protect, control, monitor and host their own data securely on a Cloud platform.
A new social network used blockchain technology to ensure that users are all equally represented
The metro line in Brazil have installed interactive platform doors that display adverts and log commuter reactions.
Scientists have found a way to store a music album as DNA using a technique developed in Zurich.
A new system of online data sharing makes government services more responsive to citizens in the region.
A new partnership brings bookable office booths to its busy stations, with users able to book space via an app.
A new robot could help detect, deflect and counteract hacker attempts who target factories and industrial sites.
A free app can be used as a digital identity provider in a bid to help citizens swiftly and securely access services.
Sensor devices help prevent illegal deforestation by monitoring the acoustics of the rainforests.
A German-led campaign to resist press censorship pairs original articles to music and makes the songs freely available on streaming platforms.
A financial company has developed proprietary software that provides end-to-end validity of votes using the bitcoin blockchain technology, used recently in Sierra Leone election.
Children are taught the digital skills needed to resolve online conflicts before they escalate to violence and cyberbullying.
Scientists have developed spinach plants which alert researchers if explosives are present
Using facial recognition technology, these smart glasses are helping police to track criminals.
Victims of harassment in the workplace are able to record incidents quickly and anonymously through AI-powered bot.