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The New Year’s tech revolutions

The New Year’s tech revolutions

As we put the champagne on ice to welcome 2019, Emmet Ryan predicts what will make the headlines over the next 12 months

Deep dives on privacy, big strides on diversity

Deep dives on privacy, big strides on diversity

Emmet Ryan looks back at the stories and controversies that dominated the tech world in 2018

Think beyond batteries not included

Think beyond batteries not included

Manufacturers aren’t trying to make you mad, they are trying to help

Online’s founding fathers join forces to save the web from itself  at ‘a time of worry and fear’

Online’s founding fathers join forces to save the web from itself at ‘a time of worry and fear’

If it works in a war zone, it can work in a factory

If it works in a war zone, it can work in a factory

Vrai developed virtual reality tools to train UN troops in the world’s most dangerous places, and now it’s expanding its operation to more regular workplaces

Gadget watch: Sound price for top quality headphones

Gadget watch: Sound price for top quality headphones

Voyager 2 takes its big step

Voyager 2 takes its big step

The space probe's current mission is to fly by the Kuiper Belt

Dell shareholders back stock market return

Dell shareholders back stock market return

After going private in one of the biggest leveraged buyouts ever, Dell will re-list as a financially stronger and more diverse leader in computer equipment and software, though more burdened by debt

Time is not on Zuckerberg’s side

Time is not on Zuckerberg’s side

The embattled Facebook chief executive failed to turn up for a House of Commons grilling last week, but demographics are turning against his social network

Girls In Tech aims for the next level

Girls In Tech aims for the next level

Coral Movasseli’s mission is to get more women into the coding sphere

Clarity needed over Chinese tech concerns

Clarity needed over Chinese tech concerns

Chinese tech manufacturers are ready to meet your needs

Organic solutions to artificial limitations

Organic solutions to artificial limitations

From using tech for good to fixing the small stuff in life, Emmet Ryan meets those set to change the world of tech in the years to come – and finds that all of them are trying to blend the best of humanity with AI

Should I stay or should I go now?

Should I stay or should I go now?

As blockchain develops, demand for more knowledge around the technology at a basic and at a skilled level is growing. Fiona Alston reports

The user, the abuser and the cyber criminals

The user, the abuser and the cyber criminals

According to Europol’s fifth annual internet organised crime threat assessment, ransomware remained the biggest malware threat out there in 2018. Ransomware lockdowns can potentially result in outages, financial loss and reputational damage, so how can they be fought? Jason Walsh finds out

Editor’s Letter: A Superhero For Storytellers

Editor’s Letter: A Superhero For Storytellers