Is the climate conversation suffering from its singular focus on carbon emissions, and developing huge, dangerous blind spots towards other environmental threats like electronic waste?
Meet the flying taxi that could revolutionise how we move around.
What are the next trends in consumer electronics and home appliances? The answers are easy to find at one of the world’s leading trade shows - IFA in Berlin.
This is one of Africa’s biggest electronic waste scrapyards and it's filled with the remnants of Europe's discarded electronic devices.
Electronic and hybrid planes have taken centre stage at the International Paris Air Show.
Mobile World Congress: security challenges in a hyper-connected world
Electronic waste contains toxic substances that pose considerable environmental and health risks.
At Las Vegas gadget show CES, Google is showcasing new features of its voice-enabled digital assistant.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's biggest tech and gadget show, opened its doors on Tuesday with thousands of technology enthusiasts heading to Las Vegas to get a peek at the latest innovations
This follows a worsening of relations between the two countries, with the US imposing tariffs on Turkish metal exports last week.
Elaine Manton motivates girls at Loreto Grammar School for Girls and beyond to take up STEM subjects and win prizes for their innovations. She constantly refreshes the curriculum and takes inspiration from other STEM teachers around the globe.
Yoshida will replace Kazuo Hirai on April 1.
Euronews takes you on a 360 visit to a mobile phone test lab
The best new consumer technology is on display in Las Vegas at CES 2018
World's biggest Consumer Electronics jamboree kicks off in Las Vegas.
Lawyers who represent victims of faulty products are sounding the alarm in the UK
New US measures include closer inspections of electronic devices and interviews with passengers.
When it blinks, squeaks and beeps, it is time for Art.
Edition 24 of the E3 games salon opens its doors to the public and touts VR as the big thing in the next 12 minths
Samsung to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7's
Faced with the new US ban on electronic devices being taken into plane cabins airports and airlines are scrambling for ways to reassure passengers and prop up revenues.
Japanese household name Toshiba is in crisis after huge losses and the possible sell-off of its nuclear division, threatening a new nuclear plant project in the UK.
No bag, no keys, no wallet and no ID.
France-based Laurent Bernadac shows off a rare instrument – a 3D printed violin.
Samsung says its fourth-quarter profit likely leapt 50 percent from a year earlier to its highest level in more than three years.
The Consumer Electronics Show is underway, showcasing the latest high-tech developments, but Samsung has said nothing about the Note 7's replacement.