Click: Episodes

The actor, writer and technophile Stephen Fry describes how tech fundamentally changes his life; A report on how translation has evolved –is it a threat to professional translators?; Abby D’Arcy reports on the latest tech advances at Berlin's IFA show; Stephen Fry describes the highs and lows of ...
Are you feeling safe online? Sara Brody Sinclair has a plan to ensure that you are; Researchers adapt emotion recognition tools for use with Google Glass; A report on how satellite surveys enable herders to insure cattle in the desert; Sony researchers demonstrate how computers may make us more creative
A report from the Brighton Digital Festival focuses on digital archaeologists, artists who make and interact with robots, and a composer who uses a lap top as a musical instrument
Click investigates triumphs and pitfalls of the digital age at the dConstruct Conference
Is India's Prime Minister spurning mainstream media for an easier time on social media?; Medical students learn how to operate virtually; The deaf choreographer who is visualising music
How to build a superfast internet and conserve energy too; An app enabling blind people to better use touchscreens; Jamie Bartlett discusses what lurks behind the dark net; Building a Saudi smart city from scratch
Tolu Ogunlesi reports on how social networks help and hinder the fight against Ebola; Rohan Paul demonstrates a smart cane for people with visual impairment; Jonathan Leach discusses the development of a camera that can see around corners; A report on how Wikipedia aims to help preserve minority languages
Yasamin Mostofi discusses how robots use WiFi technology to see through brick walls; Elizabeth Marincola argues for scholarly articles to be made accessible to the public; Tobias Lutzi on the perils of editing Wikipedia; Olaf Diegel demonstrates the world's first 3D-printed saxophone
BRCK, a router which copes with variable signals and intermittent electricity is released; Winners of Google's competition to fund technology development for UK charities; Spain's new 'Google tax' will charge websites like Google that link to news content; Drones to locate missing people via their mobile phones
A device to circumvent poor connectivity for mobiles; Google's cardboard challenges virtual reality goggles; Drones to repair aeroplanes; Cory Arcangel completes his twitter novel
A tool to validate videos purporting to show human rights abuses; Proposed Bitcoin regulation; Inclusive games for people with disabilities; Zuzanna Stanska and apps to enhance museum going
A special report from NIME, New Interfaces for Musical Expression, on the latest developments in electronic music with leading practitioners including, Laetitia Sonami
Why Facebook is in the dock over research into mood manipulation; Tanya O'Carroll discusses Amnesty's panic button for human rights activists; Simon Morton reports on the video game to help stroke recovery; Dennis Wingo explains how a team of space cowboys aim to reboot the explorer, ISEE–3
ICANN's plans for the future of domain names and policing the internet; Jonathan Kent reports on DIY digital spy kits; How NextDrop might help distribute water; Rich Preston reports on how LiFi is taking on Wifi using light to connect to the internet
360 degree videos of tennis matches advance the coverage of Wimbledon; Peter Arvai discusses how Prezi will challenge PowerPoint and Keynote; Usman Haque discusses his tool for searching the Internet of Things; Mark Bosworth reports from Helsinki on the first coding world championship
Gareth Mitchell speaks to Dr Colin Young, who is just back from Brazil where he has been testing World Cup goal-line technology; Has the Turing Test finally been passed? Well no, say experts from the A.I. community; Cindy Sui reports from Taipei's COMPUTEX technology gathering on the Internet of Things; ...
Is Estonia's e-voting system open to cyber-attack?; Technology to help deaf people with their politicians; Creating tablets in Haiti; Gruff Rhys unveils his multi-platform project
With the sale of its mobile phone handset business to Microsoft, it appears that Nokia is in decline. But as Gareth Mitchell reports from Helsinki the relative demise of Nokia has led to a technological boom in Finland
BASIC, the computer language that revolutionised the world of PCs, turns fifty; Nick Davis reports from Jamaica on technology to deter farm theft; Victoria Nash discusses why we need an institute for the internet; A report on the experimental film, The Devil's Toy Redux, inspired by skateboarders
The Turkish government is accused of cyber war attacks against its opponents; The exoskeleton enabling a woman with severe disabilities to walk and fend for herself; 3D printing false limbs in Uganda
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