How UKTV's Ben Hine is using cloud, mobile and BYOD to 'give employees more technology than anywhere else in television'
UKTV's Ben Hine explains how a flexible working culture based on mobile and cloud technology is driving innovation at the popular TV company
Oxford University and the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine creates project to harness big data to improve cancer treatment
Narinder Singh, president of TopCoder, on 'democratising participation' in NASA's data analysis
'Project Wing' gets its first public flight, but how much of our lives does Google want to control?
Wearables are hailed as the next big frontier in technology, but are the likes of Google Glass and smartwatches too out there to be harnessed by businesses? Danny Palmer finds out
Consumer technology, not enterprise tools, will lead Internet of Things push
President and CEO of ServiceNow tells Knowledge 14 conference in San Francisco that IT needs to be the backbone of the enterprise
"Atmospheric satellites could help bring internet access to millions of people," says Google
Behind Ocado's website is a technology operation that includes robotics with artificial vision to go with their artificial intelligence. Technology director Paul Clarke reveals more about Ocado's eye-opening, high-tech developments to Graeme Burton
Olivier Delarue, lead of UNHCR Innovation Unit, explains how collaboration tools are helping to provide "digital dignity" for displaced people
"The Alan Turning Institute to ensure Britain leads the way again in the use of big data and algorithm research," announced Osborne
"Who knows what it is, but we want to deploy it," John Lewis IT chief Paul Coby on JLab startup scheme
Scheme offers startups an opportunity to 'shape the retail experience of the future'
Two decades after its arrival changed the mobile tech game, the lithium-ion battery is starting to show its age. John Leonard asks experts what might take its place
Boston Robotics specialises in building "dynamic" robots and software for "human simulation"
McAfee report suggests corporations could be at risk through use of shadow IT, but others suggest IT department should adapt to new methods of working
Start-up Vicarious claims to have developed an algorithm that can break CAPTCHAs
'I don't want to alarm anybody, but we are about to 'run out' of metric system,' Andrew McAfee tells SAS PBLS 13
Can the government do more to encourage tech start-ups? Yes - a lot more, according to serial tech entrepreneur Dan Wagner
Dr Andrew Shields tells Danny Palmer that Toshiba's research has brought the day when enterprises can secure their networks with quantum technology a lot closer
Former MS Windows president explains that new tech products often don't have all the features of the tools they replace
Chancellor George Osborne and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales urge businesses to develop producers of digital content
Alex 'Sandy' Pentland, one of the world's leading data scientists, tells Campus Party Europe that the data revolution will dwarf the internet revolution
Also announces 3D video calls under development
Embedded is the future - ARM buys start-up Sensinode to drive into the 'internet of things'