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The US revives sanctions against Cuba, big data becomes ever more valuable and Game Of Thrones fans get a tasty souvenir.
This company found a way to fight back against blue light emitted by screens, which are responsible for a series of health issues.
Can we create a thinking machine? Can we build a model of the human brain inside a computer? How do our minds really work? Those are some of the questions that researchers in the EU's Human Brain Project are trying to answer.
A supercomputing centre is helping Czech firms to accelerate innovation in areas ranging from custom-made medical prostheses to new train seats.
Dan Brown's Robert Langdon stories, such as Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code seem to come to life in this 19th-century church in Barcelona.
The UK's first ever screen time guidance advises British parents to organise screen time around their child's needs and activities, not the other way around.
Although much has changed technology-wise since the dawn of the new millennium, the way young people are taught in schools has remained something of a constant. Isn't it about time the education system was tweaked for the modern age?
CERN opened the doors of his headquarters in Geneva, exclusively to Euronews, and showed us some of the services that are essential cogs in the scientific machine when it comes to unlocking the secrets of our universe.
Screens are ubiquitous: computers, tablets, TVs, mobile phones. But how much time do Europeans spend gazing at them outside work?
Hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users could be at risk of hacking until Apple releases a patch to its Safari web browser that protects them from "Spectre", one of the two major vulnerabilities discovered this week.
The vast majority of all computer devices in the world have been found to be venerable to attack
Hyperinflation has pushed everyday Venezuelans to “bitcoin mining”, which operates underground.
Being connected is changing the way we live, work and play.
The Russian cyber security firm has responded to a US government move to limit its activities.
Molengeek is an IT incubator situated in Molenbeek, the poor and much-maligned neighbourhood in Brussels.
Several large firms suffered ongoing disruption on Wednesday from the latest cyber strike
A Cadbury chocolate factory has become the first Australian business to be hit by a global cyber attack.
Cyber security experts reveal they have found a second massive computer virus which has affected hundreds of thousands of computers world-wide.
Cyber security bods suspected Lazarus Group of hack attack
What is the malware?
Ministers from seven European countries have signed a declaration in Rome, as they set their sights on seizing a share of the supercomputer future.
British teenage schoolchildren are to be taught cyberskills in a new initiative designed to combat cyberterrorism.
For decades world renowned scientists, including Albert Einstein, have argued furiously about quantum physics.
A computer system glitch has caused big delays at customs and border control at US airports
Apple's annual earnings have dropped for the first time in 15 years as it posted a third successive quarter of declining iPhone sales.
Microsoft is to sharply increase the prices for some of its enterprise software and cloud storage in Britain after the value of the pound plunged.