A French physician's telemedicine booth can bring healthcare to isolated communities and individual businesses.
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On top of Brexit, the optimism coursing through France's startup ecosystem could alter Europe's tech status quo
After weeks of testing, the city of Strasbourg in eastern France is now ready to roll-out a smartphone-based transport information system that could make travel much easier for visually-impaired people.
Airbus is an old hand at virtual reality but now the aerospace company is using immersive 3D environments to help airlines refine cabin comfort.
France's figures for women in tech roles are disappointing but initiatives are underway to help change that situation.
By next year, the site of a former rail depot to the south-east of central Paris will become home to a major incubator designed to match France's ambitions in spawning tech startups.
On Lesbos, a main access point into Europe for refugees, humanitarian aid and technology have combined to give migrants access to Wi-Fi.
With its aim of fostering rapid growth in startups, Paris-based accelerator NUMA is now applying its expertise in a number of new locations around the world.
Having baffled typists for decades, the flawed AZERTY keyboard layout is facing a revamp after the French government finally steps in.
With her business-intelligence startup recently snapped up by Zendesk, Rachel Delacour continues to scale up her ambitions for BIME's cloud analytics platform for firms of all sizes.