Annoying to some but completely normal to others, copying has become an established business model in the world of start-ups and smartphone apps.
You no longer need to be an electronics wizard to build sophisticated devices. “Makers” like the four profiled on these pages are unleashing their creativity thanks to Raspberry Pi and Arduino boards.
The biohacking movement, which appeared in the U.S. in the late 2000s, has now spread to Europe.
In an effort to combat dengue fever, Brazil has authorised the dissemination of a transgenic insect. Now the question is: will the critters do their job?
People are increasingly concerned about the safety of personal data. The market is responding with new encryption products that are easy to use.
Four Danes have created award-winning upmarket headphones. One of them describes the challenges of fusing design and audio engineering.
Chemical cameras reveal a world that is invisible to the human eye. Smaller and cheaper devices are now finding uses from agriculture to cancer diagnostics.
Crowdfunding demands a well-planned communication strategy, explains Daniela Castrataro, co-founder of the Future of Crowdfunding conference.
Super-resolution techniques have pushed back the limits of optics, becoming an essential tool in the life sciences.