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TECH 25 May 2015 | 7:30 AM

Chroma Squad: Colourful champions

If you’ve ever wanted to wear colourful tights and punch rubber-suited monsters, you will be at home with this game’s silly shenanigans.

TECH 15 Aug 2017 | 2:00 AM

Online matchmaker aims to save Dutch farms with no heirs

Standing in his rubber boots in his fields surrounded by his beloved Red Holstein cows, Dutch farmer Gerard Hartveld has an air of resignation as he contemplates the future.

TECH 26 Apr 2017 | 12:00 AM

Six ZX Spectrum classics and their modern-day equivalents

Britain's rubber-keyed 1980s home computer, the ZX Spectrum, turns 35 years old on April 23, 2017. Celebrate its milestone by going back to the originals with six cult classics, or take our suggestions for some modern equivalents.

TECH 16 Dec 2016 | 11:02 AM

Thai junta passes controversial cyber-crime law

Thailand’s rubber-stamp parliament on Dec 16 passed a controversial cyber-crime law that critics say strengthens the junta’s ability to police the web and squeeze out criticism.

TECH 19 Apr 2016 | 11:00 PM

In online first, ‘exploding watermelon’ takes the cake

In an online world where viral trends can shift in an instant, the “exploding watermelon” video may have set a high-water mark.

TECH 21 Oct 2014 | 12:25 PM

New apps bring kids' playtime back to real world

Parents eager to get their children away from television and video screens can turn to new apps that get youngsters to learn while playing in the real world.

TECH 14 Jun 2019 | 5:48 AM

Surveillance-savvy Hong Kong protesters go digitally dark

Hong Kong’s tech-savvy protesters are going digitally dark as they try to avoid surveillance and potential future prosecutions, disabling location tracking on their phones, buying train tickets with cash and purging their social media conversations.

TECH 06 May 2019 | 4:54 AM

IBM-backed project creates WiFi network for natural disasters

From a cramped living room in Brooklyn, New York, a handful of young computer nerds has developed a new way to use technology to help save lives in natural disasters.