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Why Pokémon Go isn't the dream come true you think it is

Pokémon Go requires the user to give permission to several privacy intrusions: location services, camera usage and data, time zone, and so on. It’s not surprising people are already questioning what Pokémon creator Nintendo will do with this data

Welcome to the world of animal technology

Many people laugh when they hear about animal technology and point out that they cannot type. This doesn’t stop many humans from using it so that shouldn’t stop animals either says Ilyena Hirskyj-Douglas

Technology, not Brexit, is the biggest threat to our job market

Jobs have become a core Brexit issue. Would leaving the EU be good or bad for job creation? Why are migrants taking so many of the new jobs being created in the UK, and what are the implications for the freedom of movement for labour? What about the quality of jobs, and the implications for productivity? And so on.

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Frock to the future

Wearable tech is on the cusp of the high-street and is the biggest textile development since the invention of the sewing machine

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Our data is already vulnerable to hackers and may soon be under government surveillance, too. So how do the web-savvy keep themselves to themselves?

The Philarmonia brings Stravinsky into the digital age

When it comes to the use of digital technology to reach new audiences, the Philharmonia Orchestra has been the most adventurous in the UK, as demonstrated by its new project Stravinsky: Myths and Rituals. Jessica Duchen finds out more

How technology changed 'The X-Files,' on-screen and off: Q&A

Earlier this year, The X-Files got its chance at a reboot, with six new episodes filmed after fans campaigned to bring the show back. The new episodes were set 14 years after the series ended – mirroring the real world since the Fox series went off the air in 2002.