The ancient fjords of Norway meet the glistening steel of the Land Rover Velar
Technology is helping to broaden our understanding of mental illness, and how to treat it.
The new head of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, is one of the staunchest opponents of net neutrality. But what does this mean for a free and open internet?
In March 2017, ISPs in the US were given the ability to sell user data — a move that could change the way the internet is delivered and have far-reaching privacy implications.
Cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin and Ethereum are fast becoming mainstream, despite fears of their volatility. Even if those fears win out, blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrency, is already a revolution itself.
As the need to address extremism online grows, tech companies find themselves pressured by politicians and law enforcement officials to help prevent terrorist threats. But there are no easy solutions at sight.
Much ink has been spilt over the ethics and the politics behind Britain's Charlie Gard case. But the reason it is so intractable is not legal, or political, but scientific.
Genomic engineering promises to make crops grow in fierce droughts and cure the incurable. The latest in a long line of technologies, CRISPR, comes closest to achieving this dream, but it has some nasty side effects.
In the past few years, drones have taken over the world, but they are far from toys, or a flash in the pan. Darlí Magioni analyzes the impact that drones could have on the world's food production.
Mobile money transfer services could be a game-changer for the rural East African economy, but governments and telcos are not doing enough to encourage their use.