Technology News:

Notre-Dame fire: ‘We have to use today’s technology’
…French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte talks about the Notre-Dame fire.…


Technology to keep dementia patients out of hospital
… could all become standard technology in the homes of people with dementia… to develop the technology at Imperial College London. They say much of it is affordable… and "could be usable in five years". Some of the technology already exists…


Ramsey hospital's new technology 'won't replace nurses'
…. The technology, which involves a sensor placed under the mattress of a bed, monitors movement… the human intervention of doctors and nurses". The technology, which cost £268,000…


Irish border technology 'not answer to trade'
Technology is not yet the answer to frictionless cross-border trade, an agri…? Border technology 'could take 10 years' Key members of Northern Ireland's agri-food… technology could not yet determine whether a container was full of hormone-treated beef…


'Institutes of Technology' to boost skills training
…The government has announced the locations of 12 "Institutes of Technology… The idea of introducing a network of Institutes of Technology is to create a high…," she said. The leads to set up the Institutes of Technology are: Barking…


Lisa Dorrian search: Police 'using new technology'
…. Police are using new technology to try to find the body of a County Down woman who… the caravan park, and will take in a number of other areas. "The technology… the technology simply didn't exist." Police have pursued more than 3,500 lines of inquiry…


Robot dogs pull truck and other tech news
…BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the week's best technology stories…


The week's technology news
…BBC Click looks at some of the best tech news stories of the week. This video has been optimised for mobile viewing on the BBC News app. The BBC News app is available from the Apple App Store for iPhone and Google Play Store for Android.…


Notre-Dame fire: How new tech might help the rebuild
… to rebuild result in an architectural travesty? The short answer is that new technology


Tech Tent: Do we want our cities to be smart?
… will give a full charge in five minutes, though that depends on new technology expected… for the idea of using technology and data to make cities a lot smarter, in Toronto… on the proposals. The technology industry often assumes that developments such as smart cities…