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Air quality in major urban centres is under increasing scrutiny. According to recent data from the World Health Organisation (WHO), as many as nine out of ten people breathe in dangerous pollution on a daily basis. It is estimated that this causes seven million deaths a year around the...
When does tech become too much? Since Amazon launched its Echo and Echo Dot in 2014, Alexa has become a familiar household name. Inspired by the computer system aboard the Star Trek’s  USS Enterprise, this voice recognition technology allows Echo owners to order groceries, play music and make calls...
Empty supermarket shelves, assembly lines paused and airports bereft of fuel – these are just some of the consequences of Brazil’s truckers’ strike this week. For three days, truckers across all 27 Brazilian states created blockages on major roads to protest rising diesel prices. Yesterday evening, Brazil’s state-owned oil...
According to the Global Coffee Report, the coffee market will grow to $10.8 billion by 2021. Starbucks alone serves around 4 billion cups of coffee each year and is still looking to expand in the coming decade. However, as this industry continues to grow, so do concerns about its...
China continues to lead the way in embedding facial recognition software into daily life. Biometric information is already widely used for payments (Alibaba’s Alipay ‘Smile and Pay’ function launched late last year) and controversially in crime detection and prevention. Now the cameras and coding have been trained onto the...
As Brexit plans slow to a standstill and the US continues to curb border crossings, a small city in Eastern Europe is working on a society without national boundaries. Tallinn, former capital of the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic, is renowned for its dependence on digital: citizens can do everything...
A fresh look at old records has released a flood of new evidence concerning the presence of liquid water on one of Jupiter’s moons. The 21-year-old mystery of an unexplained atmospheric disturbance on Europa has now been solved. And in doing so, new, compelling evidence of the presence of potentially...
Last week, fake-news re-entered the headlines when President Donald Trump threatened to remove the credentials of any media outlet publishing “negative (fake)” stories. However extreme this eradication of anything but Trump-friendly reportage seems, it’s overshadowed by the law Malaysia passed at the beginning of April this year. The “Anti-Fake...
The number of bikes in Beijing is a figure commonly guessed at by pub-quizzers and Katie Melua fans alike. In the last few years, however, the answer has become more and more obvious: too many. China is currently facing a cycle-crisis, as graveyards containing up to 84,000 bikes are...
As tension mounts in the Middle East, positive steps continue to be made in the Far East between North Korea and its rivals. Early yesterday morning, three US citizens touched down on home soil, having been released from captivity in North Korea only hours before. The move likely constitutes a goodwill...