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The computer manufacturer has entered the market for E-bikes and unveiled the Acer ebii.
Reforesting with drones: Skyseed's technology can sow an area of up to two hectares.
A Californian company utilizes the ocean's natural capacity to absorb CO2 to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
A Change of Perspective
Start-up MindFly hopes to use its technology to open up spectator perspectives when broadcasting team sports.
Dance to the Rhythm
Integrated motion engines pickup movement in front of home monitors.
Rescue From Above
Sweden relies on drones to reach cardiac arrest patients even faster.
Pushed by a wave of startups, robot actors are using Artificial Intelligence to take over voiceover work.
Autonomous drones are revolutionising the film industry with different dynamic camera perspectives.
A biotech startup from San Francisco is using artificial intelligence to push the curative power of plants.
Californian company Air Protein uses NASA-technology to create sustainable, mineral-rich “meat” from thin air.
Won by a Nose
In the future, an artificial nose will be able to determine meat freshness with the help of a smartphone app.
Washing the Air
German motor giant Audi is aiming to get closer to its climate goals with the world's largest carbon capture facility in Iceland.
Talk and Shop
The pandemic is boosting the development of voice - controlled shopping options.
Room for Hype
Diesel customers have a new way to buy, via a digital showroom featuring 360 degree displays
Rise of the Bots
Robots have been advancing into retail. Here is an update on some latest trends.
Don’t Waste It
A German start-up is helping canteens avoid overproduction.
Farms of the future will have various machines scuttling about – or so envisage a host of companies developing agricultural robots.