Drug-users' app monitors breathing to spot overdoses
Researchers at the University of Washington are tackling the U.S. opioid crisis with an app which uses sonar technology to monitor drug-users' breathing.
Asset management: Estate planners introduce technology for preparing will
Asset management: Estate planners introduce technology for preparing will.
Technology, Disruption and the pace of innovation
Omar Abbosh, CEO for Accenture’s communications, media and technology group, discusses technological innovation and disruption at the Bloomberg CEO Forum at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
BMW, Daimler team up to develop self-driving cars
BMW and Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, join forces to develop automated driving technology. It is the two German automakers' second collaboration in less than a week.
Ban smartphones for under-14s, says German government adviser
A German internet expert says children under 14 should be banned from using smartphones. She says the technology drastically raises their risk of exposure to damaging pornographic content.
Liverpool, City and Arsenal to use Intel's 'True View' video technology
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are to launch an immersive football viewing technology, in partnership with Intel, that allows users to relive every moment of a match from any angle.
South African "lost city" found using laser technology
The stone settlement of Kweneng used to exist on the outskirts of Johannesburg. Now, thanks to technology, archaeologists are being able to reconstruct the lost city.
Bill Gates on global health initiatives, technology, innovation
Bill Gates, co-founder at Microsoft, discusses funding for global health initiatives, dealing with workers who lose jobs to technology, and privacy and the protection of data.