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United Haztalah alerts its network of EMTs to nearby medical emergencies via its app, enabling them to reach the scene in minutes
While social media might feel at times like it is all about food, fashion and celebrities, there can be much more to it than that.
Amber Rudd, the UK home secretary, says ‘real people’ don’t always want ‘unbreakable security’ from their messaging apps. These are the groups it is crucial for.
Details of iPhone 8 specs and features leaked via HomePod developer code confirm facial recognition and the death of the home button for the coming mobile handset
Two climate change models published this week predict that we have a slim chance of avoiding a 2-degree global temperature increase. Tragedy awaits.
Alexa, Amazon’s voice-based digital assistant, is here to sell you whatever you want, whenever you are. But what’s next for Amazon?
The gay dating sim packs in surprisingly heartfelt moments, while chipping away at gaming’s diversity problem.
The world’s tech support centre is running out of water and your city could be next
Thanks to Sky’s new high-end TV sound system, an innovative French audiophile company instantly got access to 12.7 million UK homes.
“If you remove all water from most animals, there’s no coming back from the dead. That’s not the case with tardigrades”