Cubic to present biometric ticketing system at London train stations

Cubic Transportation System (CTS), the US Company behind London’s Oyster card technology, is developing a new ticketing system that uses facial recognition, palm vein...

iPhone X: Apple’s tenth anniversary iPhone

Days before the launch of what is undoubtedly the most anticipated smartphone to date, 9to5Mac, an Apple news website, reported that there would be more...

The third revolution in warfare may be upon us

An open letter was recently published calling on the UN to ban the development of autonomous weapons, with the founders of 116 prominent technology...

Nokia’s comeback with its first Android flagship – Nokia 8

In May of this year, nostalgia hung heavy with the re-launch of the once ubiquitous Nokia “Brick” 3310. With many new features and marketed...

Will Biodegradable Cars Be the Vehicles of the Future?

It has become apparent that our planet cannot survive in the current culture of over consumption and waste. Ecotricity predict that at current levels...

3D Printing: The Future of Trainers

    With the advent of faster and more efficient 3D printers, companies in every niche of the manufacturing industry are turning their sights to printed...

The glove that translates sign language into English

In a major development for the deaf community, a new glove has been developed at the University of California, San Diego, that can convert...

The rise of dynamic pricing in UK supermarkets

Supermarkets are changing their product prices depending on the day, time, season or demand. Dynamic – or surge pricing is a common practice in...

Apple iPhone: 10 years on

Today marks the 10 year anniversary of the Apple iPhone. From their first generation phone, how did Apple’s journey into what is now one of...

Coffee, the fuel of the future?

In a couple of weeks, the city of London could be seeing the first ever red bus powered by coffee. This incredible achievement, which is...