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In recent years, Barcelona has built a reputation as one of the world’s leading smart cities. Its impressive 500km fibre-optic network connects the city’s public services, and forms the so-called ‘internet of things’. This smart network allows bins to let authorities know when they’re reaching capacity, bus stops to...
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...
Recycling has been hailed as the solution to the world’s waste problem for centuries. It saves money – it costs $30 per ton to recycle and $50 to send waste to a landfill – and protects the environment from the lasting effects of waste pollution. Enthusiasm for recycling has...
The ease with which information can be spread online is both a blessing and a curse. Technology has enabled and protected those speaking truth to power; it also empowers those too trigger-happy with the share button. Facebook drew a lot of heat in the days after Donald Trump’s shock election...
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...
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...
On Tuesday, the UN celebrated World Environmental Day by publishing a report on fighting the world’s growing plastic problem. In a year which began with the shocking news that plastic would outnumber fish in the ocean by 2050, the report was surprisingly optimistic. More than fifty nations are currently...
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...
Last year, Prime Minister Theresa May declared the UK’s housing market broken, and this year, the crisis continues. Housing is not being built fast enough to keep up with demand, and prices are surging way above income growth. Recent figures from the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows just how...
Experts disagree with WHO gaming addiction diagnosis An expert in biological psychology has criticised the World Health Organisation’s recent decision to class gaming addiction as a mental health disorder, arguing that the decision risks pathologising a hobby that the vast majority of people can enjoy harmlessly. In January this year, the...