Europe is sitting on data that is the 21st century equivalent of a gold mine during a rush, but instead of exploiting it may be allowing US tech giants to gain control of the excavation equipment
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The aviation industry has long been under pressure to reduce pollution, and while airlines have taken a financial wallop from the coronavirus crisis it may not stop a greening of the skies
Facial recognition has helped simplify our lives but the global anti-racism protests have prompted some privacy and rights groups to voice concerns over the technology is being used police forces
Fears corporate raiders could use the coronavirus crisis to swoop on European firms were perhaps best exemplified by Donald Trump's alleged bid for a German biotech firm working on a vaccine
Tanja Nickel and Katharina Obladen were still in school when they patented an idea to disinfect escalator handrails -- now their start-up can barely keep up with orders during the coronavirus crisis
Can an app halt the spread of the pandemic? Interest is growing in smartphone technology as a potential key to ending lockdowns around the world.