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Former members of the successful Delft Hyperloop Team are behind Europe's first Hyperloop test facility.
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With its recent tie-up with Daimler on self-driving cars, Bosch is now also working with AI experts at the University of Amsterdam in a new joint research lab.
The European Commission's annual report on the tech health of EU states is out, showing some clear winners and some surprising laggards.
When it comes to automated vehicles, all the talk is about cars. But the Dubai Bluewaters project shows how driverless trains could overtake them.
With concerns rising about the vulnerability of satnav to hackers, researchers have designed a way of protecting signals from new European global navigation system Galileo.
Custom PGP BlackBerry smartphones allegedly used by criminal gangs for secure messaging have suffered a setback.
Problems with saving Microsoft Word and Google Docs files in text document format OpenDocument Text are locking out the visually-impaired, argue its proponents.
Despite its previously tough stance against encryption backdoors, the Netherlands has now given the green light for its secret services and police to exploit zero-day software vulnerabilities.