New EU Copyright Regulations a Possibility June 19, 2018
A vote on new EU copyright regulations could change the way our user content is monitored
China Exporting E-Waste to Nigeria June 12, 2018
Scientists have found that China is exporting e-waste to Nigeria.
Afrobytes – the Latest Tech from Africa June 5, 2018
Afrobytes – leading African technology innovators meet in Paris to promote investment
Serbia’s Tech Future Feb. 27, 2018
Tech answers Serbia’s future
Russia Bots: Truth, Trust and Technology Feb. 20, 2018
The truth about Russian bots and our faith in the big tech companies
Privatising the ISS Feb. 13, 2018
Can the International Space Station be privatised?
MIT’s Intelligence Quest Feb. 6, 2018
MIT’s ambitions to harness AI in its Intelligence Quest
Imogen Heap’s Mycelia Jan. 30, 2018
Mycelia: Imogen Heap’s plan for a fairer, more equitable music industry
RightMesh Expands Connectivity for Remote Areas Jan. 23, 2018
RightMesh uses mobile phones to create mesh networks to bring connectivity to remote areas
Cybersecurity of Nuclear Weapons Systems Jan. 16, 2018
The implications of cyber threats to nuclear weapons and related systems
Iran’s Internet Crackdown Jan. 9, 2018
Is there a way around Iran’s crack down on the internet?
Digital Natives or Digital Exiles? Jan. 2, 2018
A special edition of Click asks the questions are we digital natives or digital exiles?
Music and Technological Advances Dec. 26, 2017
The credits and deficits of music production in the digital age
Growth in Global E-waste Dec. 19, 2017
The alarm bell sound for the growth of global e-waste
Return to the Moon Dec. 12, 2017
Plans for a private mission to the Moon
Slush Innovations in Helsinki Dec. 5, 2017
Slush’s innovative start-ups in Helsinki
Bit List Preserving Digital Life Nov. 28, 2017
How Bit List aims to preserve digital lives
Flying COWs Restoring Puerto Rico Connectivity Nov. 21, 2017
How a drone nicknamed a flying COW is helping to restore connectivity in Puerto Rico
Jaron Lanier – Creator of the Term Virtual Reality Nov. 14, 2017
Jaron Lanier’s journey through virtual reality
Orwell and the Future of Surveillance Nov. 7, 2017
Why is the work of George Orwell still relevant and what is the future of surveillance?