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Technology is constantly evolving, from new versions of gadgets to the more futuristic research on robots.

Click aims to keep you informed of these latest trends.

Below are our recent films about the devices you could be using one day.

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LJ Rich blowing into phone

Click's LJ Rich spends a day with the mobile application programmers racing to design the coolest app.

XBox 360

A player for Sky on-demand programmes and 24 streaming channels suffers problems on launch day.

Phone streaming TV

Why the "keitei" has become the must-have personal companion for the Japanese.

Construction training

LJ Rich discovers a safe, hi-tech way to train and educate construction workers.

Computer representation of Portus

David Reid reports from Portus which is currently being excavated as the Portus Project.

Windows 7 Release Candidate

Click remembers when it first looked at Windows 7 back in May 2009.

Iceland skyline

Iceland's bid to house millions of the world's computer servers could help the environment.

Man with a Blackberry phone

How personal data can be kept secret and still made available to your loved one if the worst happens.

A driverless car

The latest cutting edge research projects at Stanford University in California's Silicon Valley.

Swiss Post Box system

How the Swiss postal service is offering subscribers the choice to receive their actual letters on the internet.

Disney and Pixar's 3D film Up

The third coming of 3D cinema as every major film studio releases a title in the format this year.

Gaming character Harry Potter

How Hollywood stars are getting involved in the world of video games.

Computer code

Why free software is a labour of love and big software firms are keeping an watchful eye on it.

Buy Now button on net

A new online guide spells out consumers' digital rights, but not everyone is happy about Europe's Digital Agenda.

OTHER FEATURES

How the Swiss postal service is offering subscribers the choice to receive their actual letters on the internet.

The third coming of 3D cinema as every major film studio releases a title in the format this year.

How Hollywood stars are getting involved in the world of video games.

Why free software is a labour of love and big software firms are keeping an watchful eye on it.

A new online guide spells out consumers' digital rights, but not everyone is happy about Europe's Digital Agenda.

Ian Hardy sees the robots, electric cars and bikes in development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

LJ Rich finds out why machines are a long way from communicating with man.

Apple's successful strategy of secrecy and crafted media dealings.

Scientists are trying to develop robots that behave like humans.

Patients who are conscious but almost entirely paralysed could be aided by French research that reads their brain activity to help them communicate.

OLED screens could be the future if they become more affordable.

The latest car tech around from useful kit to fun gadgets.

Why 3D TV could be making a comeback thanks to new developments.

Powering-up shiny bits of tech could get a lot easier and greener.

The music phenomenon Tecnobrega is taking Brazil by storm.

The second annual Greener Gadgets fair counts on some of the brightest eco-minds.

Smaller tech firms are showing off their latest innovations at the annual tech fair Cebit.



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