Technology

Technology

Battery-powered pod taxis aim to change city mobility

An environmentally-friendly Swedish start-up is attempting to change the nature of city mobility. Bzzt! as it's known is a city centre taxi service, which...

Wearable technology popular holiday gifts for all ages

Wearable technology is one of the top fitness trends for 2017. And in the US, smart gadgets to help you stay healthy are some...

Creating art in the virtual world

Artists at the Royal Academy in London are creating virtual reality works of art which will later be transformed into 3D printed sculptures for...

Launch of what’s claimed to be world’s fastest electric car (Video)

A Chinese start-up company has launched what it says is the fastest electric vehicle in the world. The makers of the Nio EP9 supercar...

New SUVs unveiled at LA Motor Show

America's shift from cars to SUVs is starting to look permanent and automakers are scrambling to meet demand. At the annual Los Angeles Auto...

Prototype allows ALS patients to communicate

A paralysed man with motor neurone disease is helping scientists build a mind reading machine to help him and other patients to communicate. The...

VR cafe brings virtual world to the masses

While easily accessible in some countries, virtual reality technology has proved difficult for some tech fans in South Korea to access. The country's first...

Turning waste into renewable energy sources

Volunteers are working with marginalised communities in Argentina to turn recycled materials into solar power stations. It is hoped this will empower people to...

Technology enables diamond dealers to recognize a stone’s clarity grade

An Israeli high-tech company has invented a machine that it says can instantly grade the clarity of polished diamonds. It's a development the company...

Pupils experience new technology to help with future careers

Robots, virtual reality and 3D printing are being used to try to help a number of youngsters in Australia widen their future career options....