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.
In the Steve Jobs Theatre in California, it was confirmed that 100 plus countries could receive the new subscription service of Apple tv channels, tv and movies, on all devices and smart TVs by the autumn.
Researchers aim to reduce the amount of work the physical body needs to use a prosthetic. Tests on prosthetics and exoskeletons are being made at the Bio-Robotics Institute in Pontedera, Italy.
Japanese researchers and a private company help Colombian farmers increase their rice production and use less water, using mobile technology.
Tel Aviv is trying to catch the attention of people distracted by their smartphones using LED stoplights embedded in its pedestrian crossings.
A supercomputing centre is helping Czech firms to accelerate innovation in areas ranging from custom-made medical prostheses to new train seats.
Guilt-free motoring for the environmentally-conscious, animal lover?
Smart Regions meets the experts digitising and preserving millions of books in order to safeguard Slovakia's cultural heritage.
The EU funded Inception project is developing a cultural and architectural heritage data base using 3D tools which everyone from academics to tourists will be able to access.
Floors, stairs, entire buildings built by 3D printers. Smart Regions travels to The Netherlands to see how the technology is reshaping the way we construct.
Smartphone video specialist Mark Egan gives you some quick tips on how to instantly improve videos filmed with your phone.
As this year's Mobile World Congress (MWC) kicked off in Barcelona on Monday, attendees were keen to get their hands on the latest offerings from the mobile industry's key players.
A.I. advances and potential world trade developments take entre stage at 7th World Government Summit
5G internet is being called the next wireless revolution and is one of the main themes at this year's World Mobile Conference in Barcelona.
But what exactly will it change in our day-to-day lives? And does 5G pose any risks to our health and security?
Huawei launches a foldable smartphone, hitting back at Samsung just days after it launched its Galaxy Fold.
In this episode of Futuris, Euronews' Denis Loctier looks at a new EU funded research project developing new tools to measure toxic particles emitted by cars.
Business Planet takes a look at the business opportunities being created by eCall. The new EU-wide emergency alert system that is using Europe's Galileo and EGNOS satellite services to cut the time it takes rescue crews to get to the scene of road traffic accidents.
The Federico II University in Naples is the world’s oldest public university. It also hosts the Developer Academy where students learn to develop apps for iphones.
Here are some of the cool gadgets that Euronews has spotted at this year's consumer electronics show in Las Vegas.
South Korean automaker Hyundai has unveiled a car that can walk and climb on wheeled legs.
CES draws together over 4,500 companies and 180,000 attendees from around the world for a celebration of technology and innovation.
Drones, VR, AI, 3D printing and scanning: how can all these new technologies help design the buildings of tomorrow? In search of answers, architects have teamed up with engineers and their findings have been shared at an exhibition in Copenhagen.
Climate change and plastic-filled oceans have been turned into an ugly Christmas sweater design.
This 20 minute art experience welcomes you into an Avatar-like rainforest.
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?
A new lab is to evaluate dozens of smart devices and how they can communicate with each other to make our lives easier.