Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
My Wildest Prediction
Start Me Up
The Big Question
Euronews Tech Talks
Notes From The Usa
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Russia election: What is the now-scrapped Smart Voting app?
More about this topic
Looking for love? Tinder will need to see your ID
The company said a new option to verify users' ID would be voluntary at first. Japanese users have had to prove their identities since 2019.
Move over TikTok, YouTube Shorts is here to stay
YouTube launched a new $100 million creator fund for their new short form content section. But is it too little too late as they play catch up to the likes of TikTok?
Can I get a seat on the train? Google Maps crowding predictions expand
The search giant says it will show crowding information for "over 10,000" transport agencies as travellers look to maintain social distancing.
Crowd-free tourism: 5 apps to help you find empty beaches this summer
Wanting to escape the post-lockdown crowds? Here are the apps to help you out.
Why is China cracking down on tech groups like Didi?
China's Communist Party leaders are uneasy with the growing influence of big technology firms. Is Didi the latest target?
What is the IATA travel pass and what does it mean for travellers?
Could the airline association’s digital passport bring about safe international travel? We tell you everything you need to know about the new app.
Tinder to offer pre-date background checks to its users
The online dating platform will roll its new feature out later this year in the US, aiming to keep users safer as they date.
5 green tech start-ups out to change the world in 2021
From recycling to ride sharing, these cutting edge companies are working hard to innovate the environmental sector.
Uber proposes new employment framework for its European drivers
The car ride-hailing company, Uber, has proposed a new employment framework for its European drivers that would allow them some worker rights while not being officially classified as employees.
The 4 best apps to help you beat food waste
Did you know? A third of all grown and produced food is thrown out every single year.
The millennial entrepreneurs creating a more sustainable world
Meet the people working on inspiring solutions to challenge global sustainability and environmental issues.
WeChat users and TikTok sue Trump over app bans
Trump announced the ban on the Chinese apps earlier in August. It's set to take effect on September 20.
The Climate App: Harnessing peer pressure to save the planet
A new app founded by a NASA scholar has received backing from Olympians to major television personalities.
This new app will protect you from deadly snakes and spiders
You can now 'Shazam' Australian snakes and spiders to identify what they are - and whether they can hurt you.
Trump bans dealings with Chinese owners of TikTok and WeChat apps
The executive orders signed by Donald Trump, which have been deemed vague by experts, will take effect in 45 days.
Coronavirus: How is the EU preparing for a second wave?
The Commission has released new guidelines that include making sure contact tracing apps work across borders, but some have questioned the effectiveness of the technology
Did Apple break EU competition rules? Bloc launches probes to find out
One investigation will look at App Store, the other Apple Pay.
Coronavirus tracking apps must be 'voluntary' and 'time-limited': EU
As concerns mount about data privacy and coronavirus pandemic monitoring, the EU says privacy must be respected when countries consider mobile phone tracing apps.
The affordable French skincare rated crème de la crème in 2020
Cattier, l'Arbre Vert, la Roche Posay and others receive the highest rating on leading sustainability and health app Yuka.
New app keeps you safe in hunting areas after France's 2019 deaths
Nine people have been killed in hunting accidents in France this year alone. Over the last 20 years, more than 350 people died while in hunting areas. Now a new mobile phone app aims to improve safety.