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Tech For Good Ten | 20.09.2015
Bike Vault can be used simply by locking and unlocking with smartphones
Harnessing youth obsession with apps toward changing attitudes around the too familiar social issue
A group of German volunteers have translated over 300 useful phrases connected to general, medical and juridical needs
Connecting with a national tobacco campaign, digital project Weapons of Mass Ridiculousness aims to prevent nicotine use
This tiny heart rate monitor keeps track of your blood pressure wherever you are
Better sleep, predicting the weather and knowledge of medical symptoms just a few of the ways big data can enhance lives
A sign of the future as experiment shows evidence of what drones can do constructively in this short vid
Tips to shake up the way the we work when we realise it’s just not working
A simple technology tool aims to make it easier to protect victims
3D-printed houses may be about to become more and more commonplace says the United Nations