Why is playing video games so important to these young people that they would go to the trouble of inventing these alternative controllers?
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Could the principle of drawing moisture from the air to provide drinking water work in the real world?
The crowning achievement of the Doctor has to be the TARDIS, the blue box from the show that’s bigger on the inside and allows the Doctor and his companions to travel all of time and space.
By 2040, there is a suggestion that sophisticated robots will be committing a good chunk of all the crime in the world.
Using computers to recognize people’s faces and validate their identities can streamline access control for secure corporate and government buildings or devices.
A new generation of applications – an Internet of Intelligent Things – could provide a new infrastructure for economic development across Africa.
A battle between national security and privacy is brewing. Governments and secret services are asking encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp to allow them access to users’ data.
Here is how to best protect your data.
You don’t have to undergo rigorous astronaut training to fly to the moon, all you need is a huge wad of cash.
Games have the potential to be self-determined spaces where Indigenous people can express themselves on their own terms.
Biometrics – technology that can recognise individuals based on physical and behavioural traits such as their faces, voices or fingerprints – are becoming increasingly important to combat financial fraud and security threats.
Most self-driving cars use a combination of sensing technologies.
The workplace is going to look drastically different ten years from now.
Developing unknowable passwords is an active area of security research.
Nintendo have always done things their own way.
What if all trolls aren’t born trolls? What if they are ordinary people like you and me?
How do we help post-apocalyptic society avoid another Dark Age and reboot civilisation?
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New research from Finland looks at tapping plants’ energy directly by turning their internal structures into electric circuits.