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20 Emerging Technologies That Will Change Our World

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The future is here and it’s about to start getting insane. Technological development in recent years has been pretty crazy – just think about what a smart phone can do now compared to one of those huge bricks from the 1980s.

Or even how far we’ve come since playing Snake on our Nokias back in the early 2000s. But it’s not just smart phones that are changing, new tech is going to completely change our lives in ways you could barely imagine. From the new brand of virtual glasses to the satellite launcher that changes everything, here’s 20 Emerging Technologies That Will Change Our World

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Inside the secret complex making high-tech gadgets for UK spies

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Hidden behind five rings of barbed wire in a park just outside Milton Keynes lies no ordinary manufacturing workshop. It has never opened its doors to the media in its 85-year history – until now.

The reason for the tight security? These objects are made for the UK’s spies and help to disguise their work.

With the BBC given exclusive access to its sprawling facility, our phones have to be handed in and security staff accompany us at all times.

We get a glimpse – but not much more – of what goes on inside as HMGCC seeks to build new partnerships to stay ahead in the spy game.

“We’ve made it really difficult for people to connect with us and that, through our history, has been a really good way of working,” explains CEO George Williamson.

But he says it is now time to change – even if that does feel “strange”.

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How Life Will Look Like In 2050

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This Is How Huawei Shocked America With a Smartphone

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President Xi Jinping’s November meeting with President Joe Biden at the APEC summit in San Francisco came amid simmering tensions between China and the US.

Technology has been at the heart of those strains, particularly Washington’s efforts to restrict Chinese access to key semiconductor innovations. Huawei’s August unveiling of a new smartphone was a blow to America.

The Mate 60 Pro appeared to be more advanced than should have been possible, given import controls imposed by the US Department of Commerce.

Bloomberg commissioned the first teardown of the handset, by the analysis firm TechInsights. The findings raised questions about the effectiveness of the US-led controls.

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