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Monthly show dealing with the latest innovations in technology including an extensive coverage of science (broadcast daily).
  • 04:07 euronews hi-tech - The rise of the anti-social network

    euronews hi-tech - The rise of the anti-social network

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    http://www.euronews.com/ With Pair, Family Leaf, Snapchat and so on, the number of social networks is growing all the time. Many of them promise intimacy and confidentiality, appealing to those scared off by over-sharing. Could the return to a private lif

  • 02:01 euronews hi-tech - The lifesaving device that can smell cancer

    euronews hi-tech - The lifesaving device that can smell cancer

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Prostate cancer is one of the leading killers in men. One reason for this is that so few go for a preventive, but invasive, medical check up. The late detection of prostate cancer often means the removal of a part or all of the or

  • 02:05 euronews hi-tech - Book or e-book?

    euronews hi-tech - Book or e-book?

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Sales of digital books are on the up in Italy. At the 25th edition of the International Book Fair in Turin it was clear that the paper-free book is here to stay; last year Italy's e-book economy was nine times larger than in 2010.

  • 04:12 euronews hi-tech - Dutch inventor cleans up water treatment

    euronews hi-tech - Dutch inventor cleans up water treatment

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Water, water everywhere... but most of it is not fit to drink. Around one billion people do not have access to clean water. Untreated or undertreated sewage not only threatens our health but contaminates water sources and the ocea

  • 03:52 euronews hi-tech - Robots reveal Titanic secrets

    euronews hi-tech - Robots reveal Titanic secrets

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    http://www.euronews.com/ The wreck of the Titanic lay undisturbed for 73 years, at depths of up to 12,000 feet under water. It was discovered in 1985, by a team of American and French researchers using a newly-developed ultra-sensitive sonar system, combi

  • 01:56 euronews hi-tech - Sea solution to future energy needs

    euronews hi-tech - Sea solution to future energy needs

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    http://www.euronews.net/ In Dartmouth, in the UK, technicians are working on a sort of aquatic bicycle pump which could be the future of renewable energy. In tests, the Searaser has produced enough energy to power a light bulb, but this is only a prototyp

  • 02:05 euronews hi-tech - Driven to fly: cars that can take-off

    euronews hi-tech - Driven to fly: cars that can take-off

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    http://www.euronews.com/ This rather unusual looking car can reach speeds of up to 180 kilometres an hour but that is not what makes it special. All is revealed when it unfurls it propellors; this car can also fly. The Personal Air and Land Vehicle or PAL

  • 02:09 euronews hi-tech - Virtual cinema

    euronews hi-tech - Virtual cinema

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Immersive entertainment, the next step in visual wizardry, is gaining momentum in cinema and gaming circles. There are 900 immersion domes currently being used around the world in places including theme parks and planetariums wher

  • 02:07 Rise of the Robots - hi-tech

    Rise of the Robots - hi-tech

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    In light of Google's new self-driving cars, the increasing use of automated software to grade... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews

  • 02:01 euronews hi-tech - 3D printing could 'revolutionise manufacturing'

    euronews hi-tech - 3D printing could 'revolutionise manufacturing'

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    http://www.euronews.com/ 3D printing technology is progressing rapidly, and some experts say it could revolutionise the way objects are made in the future. An object is scanned - or designed on computer modelling software - then sliced up, into many thous

  • 02:12 euronews hi-tech - Game on for eye tracking technology

    euronews hi-tech - Game on for eye tracking technology

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Computer games can be played using eye-tracking technology to control the action on screen. All players have to do is look at what they want to shoot. Two cameras record eye movements and send commands to the software. Swedish com

  • 02:06 euronews hi-tech - Urban Farms in Berlin

    euronews hi-tech - Urban Farms in Berlin

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    http://www.euronews.com/ A Berlin -based company, Efficient City Farming (ECF), has developed the Container Farm, which they hope will be a step in the right direction towards a more sustainable concept of urban living. Tomato plants are capable of growin

  • 03:45 euronews hi-tech - Sounds of the future

    euronews hi-tech - Sounds of the future

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Life is full of little noises. The satisfying click when you know the lid is on right or the cacophony of sounds from your average kitchen appliance, but these things do not just happen by accident, it is down to the tireless work

  • 02:01 euronews hi-tech - Self-cleaning buildings

    euronews hi-tech - Self-cleaning buildings

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    http://www.euronews.com/ The facades of buildings in our cities are blackened with pollution. This is largely down to vehicle exhaust gases, which are as dangerous for our health as for our urban architectural splendour. That's why, in a laboratory in Gue

  • 01:59 euronews hi-tech - House moving the hard way

    euronews hi-tech - House moving the hard way

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    http://www.euronews.com/ One of Zurich's landmarks, a 122-year-old industrial building called the Maschinenfabrik Oerlikon has been literally moved, 60 metres down the road, to make room for a railway extension. The building weighs an estimated 6,200 tonn

  • 02:13 euronews hi-tech - Transparent driving

    euronews hi-tech - Transparent driving

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Driving a car safely means doing more than keeping an eye on the road. The driver also has to keep an eye on the dashboard. But looking away from the road takes time; and can be fatal in dangerous situations. Now, 'chip' LED light

  • 03:58 euronews hi-tech - Tungst  ne - the fake photo finder

    euronews hi-tech - Tungst ne - the fake photo finder

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    http://www.euronews.com/ A year ago, one photograph was everywhere: an image of Osama bin Laden, killed in a raid by US forces. But, in reality, the image was fake. That image did not come from a camera; it came fresh from a computer. But how can we tell

  • 02:01 euronews hi-tech - No more problems with parking

    euronews hi-tech - No more problems with parking

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    http://www.euronews.com/ This car can steer, park for you and even brake in case of an emergency. A prototype automatic driving system fitted into the electric vehicle detects obstacles around it, and if the driver doesn't react quickly enough, the car wi

  • 02:17 euronews hi-tech - Smart T-shirt monitors health

    euronews hi-tech - Smart T-shirt monitors health

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    http://www.euronews.com/ This golfer is wearing a special sports shirt. Thanks to the tiny sensors integrated into the material itself and a miniturised transmission box, her physical performance can be monitored in real time. Find us on: Youtube http://b

  • 02:07 euronews hi-tech - Automapper gets there first

    euronews hi-tech - Automapper gets there first

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    http://www.euronews.com/ Fast access to disaster areas is vital. But often first responders, firefighters and medical teams have difficulty getting into damaged buildings and in locating victims. This was the case after Hurricane Sandy earlier this year.

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