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EU migrant crisis: France starts clearing Calais ‘Jungle’

French demolition teams acting on an eviction order have begun dismantling huts with hammers in part of the Calais migrant camp known as the Jungle.They seem to be leaving inhabited huts intact as they move through the camp’s southern sector, with riot police standing by in support.Two bulldozers have appeared on the periphery and a water cannon has been deployed ... Read More »

Can technology help us improve upon reality?

Imagine walking on Mars and being able to examine rock formations from all angles, or collaborating on the same 3D hologram design with someone thousands of miles away.Or imagine being able to diagnose and treat the diseases of people half way around the world while you remain in your clinic, or walking around a gallery and having your own holographic ... Read More »

Migrants charge through Macedonia fence on Greek border

A crowd of migrants has burst through a barbed-wire fence on the Macedonia-Greece border using a steel pole as a battering ram.TV footage showed migrants pushing against the fence at Idomeni, ripping away barbed wire, as Macedonian police let off tear gas to force them away.A section of fence was smashed open with the battering ram. It is not clear ... Read More »

Snowspeed: Why shouldn’t a sledge go at 150mph?

The world speed record for a gravity-powered snow sledge is currently 83mph (134km/h) but three Norwegian friends who have spent much of their lives messing about in snow have a plan to beat it – by about 70mph. The first step, writes Jorn Madslien, one of the trio of speed freaks, is to make sure the sledge is the right ... Read More »

India’s $4 smartphone: Too good to be true?

What’s the real story behind India’s $4 smartphone? Just days after launching with enormous buzz, a cutting-edge device with a rock-bottom price is being blasted by industry officials and analysts. Ringing Bells unveiled its Freedom 251 smartphone on Wednesday, touting features that included a 4-inch display, 1.3-GHz quad-core processor and 8 GB of storage. The “made-in-India” product was listed for ... Read More »

Patriot or traitor: Dark choice for Indian journalists

Dark Choice for Indian Journalists In the latest battle over freedom of expression in India, journalists have marched on the country’s Supreme Court for protection from violent nationalist groups backing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government. Some 800 journalists presented a petition to the Supreme Court in New Delhi this week demanding protection as well as an investigation into recent attacks against reporters.  The protest ... Read More »