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This Hungarian firm is aiming to reinvent hologram technology
Scientists from Hungarian company Holotech and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics are using digital data sources to create superior clarity and colour in their holograms.
Why are couples getting married in the metaverse and is it legal?
“We just felt like since we met in the metaverse that it would make sense to get married there,” said Traci Gangnon who married Dave in a virtual ceremony.
What is the EU Digital Services Act and how will it impact Big Tech?
MEPs agreed a draft set of measures aimed at helping to tackle illegal content, as well as ensuring that platforms are held accountable for their secretive algorithms.
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The Facebook whistleblower's testimony in Brussels this month showed us the EU's planned Digital Services Act does not go far enough, argues German MEP Patrick Breyer
This cafe in Denmark fixes your damaged electrical goods for free
The ‘Right to Repair’ campaign wants the EU to rate electrical devices on a scale of reparability to hold manufacturers to account.
Seoul will be the first city to enter the metaverse
Facebook, now called Meta, is not the only entity currently working to develop its metaverse. The Seoul Metropolitan Government announced its intention to create Metaverse Seoul.
European Commission will police Big Tech, EU states agree
The Commission will assume responsibility for overseeing tech companies in Europe, taking over from national antitrust watchdogs.
Frances Haugen: EU has generational opportunity to regulate Facebook
"Democracies must step in and make new laws," the whistleblower told lawmakers in the European Parliament.
Belarusian hacktivists claim drone attack on Minsk riot police base
Footage of the incident showed loud bangs and flashes emanating from part of the compound.
AI love you: Meet Xiaoice, China's virtual boyfriend
Lonely hearts in China are ditching bad romances and finding comfort in the digital embrace of an AI-powered love bot.
This doctor injected himself with microchips to make life simpler
Aleksandr Volchek can open doors, use the ATM and store contact details with a wave of his hand thanks to electronic chips he’s injected under his own skin.
Brussels presses pause on plans for an EU-wide digital tax
The decision coincides with a landmark OECD deal to reform the global tax system and the visit of US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
MWC 2021: Spain looking to become leader in AI, says digital minister
Spain is "lagging behind" when it comes to addressing a skills shortage but its progress with digitalisation is turning this around.
Euronews Debates: For brands, purpose may be as important as products
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Meet the digital nomads blazing a trail in Serbia
Three digital nomads explain why they have chosen to work and live in Serbia.
Brussels aims to create new EU-wide digital identity
The cross-border instrument will allow EU citizens to open bank accounts, file tax returns and enrol in university.
The EU is planning to launch a new bloc-wide digital wallet
EU citizens who sign up for the app will be able to store and verify IDs, passwords, and payments safely and securely.
Debate: How can digital transformation drive productivity & equality?
COVID-19 has fast-tracked the world's digital transformation. How can businesses and workers make the most of it? Euronews' Disrupted Live debate put this question and more to some of the key thinkers and digital players in Europe.
Meet the buyer of the world's most expensive digital artwork
The €58 million sale of a digital collage by the artist Beeple made headlines as the most money ever paid for an NFT. We meet the 32-year-old behind the purchase.
NFT: Blockchain is transforming the way we buy and sell digital art
NFTs use blockchain technology to authenticate digital objects such as music, text, videos, photos or drawings, thereby making each object unique.
Italy's digital divide: One third of students don't have access to online lessons
Not having a computer is a major issue when studying at home. And the fact that Italy kept schools shut for longer than many European countries as a result of the pandemic means that many have no option but to home school.
MEPs push for workers to have the right to digitally disconnect
The surge of remote working during COVID lockdowns has highlighted the importance of being able to digitally disconnect once you've done your hours.
High-tech mirror helps gym fans perfect their workout moves
Need help nailing those tricky workout moves? The answer could be in your reflection. Taiwanese firm Johnson Health Tech's new "@mirror" uses a 3D camera to monitor user's workouts and give tailored feedback.
Watch: Von der Leyen gives more detail on EU's Digital Services Act
Speaking at the Web Summit von der Leyen explained how the Commission intends to rewrite the digital market rulebook for small start-ups as well as big platforms.
Two-thirds of French teenagers spend too much time on screen
Two-thirds of French teenagers spend more than two hours sitting on their phones or computers and do not get enough exercise, the country's health and safety agency warned in a statement released on Monday.
8 ways to make sustainable living work for you
From food waste apps to ethical fashion platforms - what are the best tools to help us form green habits?