Deepfake technology: Can you spot what's real?
Do you think you can tell what is real and fake? BBC presenter Radzi Chinyanganya tries out the latest techniques.
© 2020 BBCWorld Mon 6:55pm For the rich and famous, there's no silver bullet to avoid phone hacks
The world might be turning to technology to solve everything from traffic to dating, but no one app or gadget will save the rich and famous from falling prey to cyberattacks, according to digital security experts.
© 2020 CNN Sun 6:25am London will use live facial recognition cameras to police the city
London's Metropolitan Police has announced controversial plans to use live facial recognition technology to improve officers' ability to identify suspects and police the British capital.
© 2020 CNN Sat 7:05am Could feathers inspire plane wing design and other news
BBC Click's Paul Carter looks at some of the week's best technology stories.
© 2020 BBCWorld Fri 9:45pm Mummy returns: Voice of 3,000-year-old Egyptian priest brought to life
Experts use 3D printing and speech technology to replicate the voice of Egyptian priest Nesyamun.
© 2020 BBCWorld Fri 10:45am Mum praised for clever toddler toilet training hack
Training a little one to use the loo can be fraught with accidents and tantrums. But one mum is being praised for her clever toilet training trick, which involvesv some help from technology - an Amazon Alexa.British mum Leanne...
© 2020 NZ Herald Fri 8:35am Deepfake videos: Can you really believe what you see?
With deepfake technology, it is getting easier to turn yourself into somebody else on screen.
© 2020 BBCWorld Thu 1:35pm 'Disappointed' NZX wants to win back Laybuy
The buy now pay later technology firm, founded in New Zealand, chose to list on the Australian Stock Exchange rather than locally.
© 2020 RadioNZ Wed 2:35pm What Trumpís re-election would mean for us
OPINION: From trade war risks to technology troubles, a re-elected Donald Trump could have a big impact here.
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Tue, 21 Jan 9:45am Shopping with machines: technology to overtake the human touch
Walk into a shop, grab a basket, shop and then go. Is this the future of retail?
© 2020 Stuff.co.nz Tue, 21 Jan 8:05am