Technology can be used to tell us where people are, where they’ve been and whether they have the disease
Time to dust off the ol’ controller
A look ahead to America’s first hologram presidency
Coronavirus forces meet-cutes into the digital realm
The video call is digital Darwinism: make sure you aren’t the silenced
The 5G deal is putting the UK-US trade deal in jeopardy
The Precipice: Existential Risk and the Future of Humanity by Toby Ord reviewed
Even if the main rotor on a helicopter fails, it will usually continue to turn and can be landed safely by a skillful pilot
Britain has accepted a massive security risk in return for Chinese 5G. How should America respond?
For those of us who enjoy a more leisurely driving experience, the future shines bright
The list of nation state suspects includes Russia, Iran, China, North Korea, India and South Korea
Surprisingly often, a technology is invented for one purpose and sits around for ages before someone finds a better use for it
What role will micro drones play in the wars to come?
Don’t Be Evil: How Big Tech Betrayed Its Founding Principles — and All of Us by Rana Foroohar reviewed
‘I’m not trying to create an exclusive safe space for my content because I’m afraid of what the world thinks’
The technological lowdown on keeping a digital low profile in a world without privacy
The rise of devices like Ring and Nest has brought a love of candid-camera critters into the mainstream
Call me old-fashioned, but I still prefer the pottering black cab
Mass tourism has overwhelmed our major museums. Could virtual reality be the solution?
A new lovable robot joins the cast in 2020
Some scientists believe that existing microbes in the ocean may already be eating plastic both on the surface and on the ocean floor
DC is the Wild West of e-scooterdom: there are just too many operating here