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Genealogy and online genetic-profiling are experiencing a popularity boom, but how accurate are these tests and at what cost are we offering up our valuable DNA profiles to databases across the world?
January 31, 2019
Allowing the three services to integrate - as Mark Zuckerberg promises they will by 2020 - creates a web of both technical and moral difficulties
January 28, 2019
The new ‘Bird Box’ Challenge, in which people attempt to do various tasks blindfolded, has prompted the video-sharing site to prohibit dangerous pranks
January 21, 2019
Smartphones: a useful gateway to the world, or an addictive, destructive device? Technophile or technophobe, we can find whatever answers we want in the data
January 17, 2019
Could devices which claim to make our lives easier also have the potential to make them much more difficult?
January 9, 2019
Official rules mean officials shouldn’t use personal accounts or direct government resources to their own twitter, but that isn’t stopping many in the administration
January 3, 2019
AI and internet speeds are about to hit overdrive. We explore how this will bring us great new technology but also raise fresh privacy issues
January 2, 2019
Photos created by artificial intelligence may easily be misused in the future, but we're not quite there yet
December 27, 2018
Tech companies are refining their tools for facial recognition and visual search, but what about the ethical concerns that come with it?
December 20, 2018
The messaging system has become the weapon of choice for lynch mobs around the world. We ask whether encryption is the executioner’s best friend
December 13, 2018
New technology means music isn’t only delivered through your eardrums – it can also get right under the skin
December 3, 2018
Social media has become an addictive popularity contest for many, but we look into how the smokescreen of bogus ‘likes’ is starting to dissolve
November 26, 2018
We explore the latest scientific study that extols the mental-health benefits of clearing those digital lines
We assume it will always be there, but the custodians don’t always keep it secure
November 19, 2018
We report on how the world of online reviews has become another battleground in the war on misinformation
November 5, 2018
How the Iata Travel Pass works: testing the app with Etihad at Abu Dhabi Airport
Bitcoin's annual energy consumption now exceeds that of the UAE
Elon Musk says Autopilot was not used in Tesla car involved in fatal accident
US oil surges above $64 on anniversary of sub-zero plunge
One year later: are 10 of the world's most remote destinations still Covid-19 free?