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The Digital Detox Diaries - The Email Clinic

Rachel Montague-Ebbs | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Rachel Montague-Ebbs

As part on my ongoing project to have a digital detox every so often; a few great tips on email management came out from the Time Management course I was on last week. Now in reality it's more of a Brain Management course.

Do iPhones Get Slower When A New Model Is Released?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Tech

A Harvard University study appears to add weight to what many have always suspected - iPhones slow down whenever a new model is released. PhD econo...

Today Saw A Terrifying Glimpse Into A World Without Google

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Tech

On Tuesday 29th July, humanity glimpsed the apocalypse. Instead of page after page of search results for cat videos, pictures of Gemma Merna or oth...

This iPhone Costs £5000 And Does Nothing A Regular One Can't Do

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Tech

If you're after a new iPhone 6 but you think paying around £600 is just well... too cheap, then this is the phone for you. This is the Brikk L...

From Drones to Building Anderson Shelters in Minecraft

Dave Wallace | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Dave Wallace

This is a family picture of us, but not on the beach in Cornwall or picnicking in the park. No, this is our first 'Dronie' - a pic taken by a drone. A robot-powered zoom out selfie - what's not to love?

Back With Nintendo

Matthew Highton | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Matthew Highton

The first console I ever owned was the original NES. At eight years old I'd never really gamed before but one very short lived go on Super Mario Bros. (ploughing into that fist Goomba) at my friends and I was hooked.

The Data Balancing Act

Christian Toon | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Christian Toon

Our ability to create and innovate at work often depends on having access to the right information, to ensure ideas are informed and not a repetition of previous work completed... If information is such an asset, why are so many companies failing to make use of it?

Spices and SMS: How Mobile Phones Transform the Lives of Women

Sevi Simavi | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Sevi Simavi

When done right, mobile technology truly transforms lives, particularly those of women... women's economic empowerment is so much more than just increased incomes. It's more meals being cooked, healthcare being paid for, pensions saved and children being sent to school.

Will A Mobile Commerce Company Be The Tech World's Next 'Super Unicorn'?

Hilary Wardle | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Hilary Wardle

What is the fundamental technology change of the next decade? Most people would agree that we're in the process of a mobile revolution... it's reasonable to assume that smartphones will be the technology that unlocks the next $100 billion super unicorn outcome.

HD Personality Is the Future of Brand Leadership

Ehsan Khodarahmi | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Ehsan Khodarahmi

HD Personality is built to help businesses and organisations deliver customer expectations; what should lead to customer experience and ultimately customer retention... almost all the resources allocated to re-branding exercises, crisis management and PR can be saved; if brands practiced honesty and directness in their communications.

Cashless Buses Are a Lesson for Banks

Tony Virdi | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Tony Virdi

TfL claims that moving to cashless buses will save it £24 million a year, highlighting the economic benefits of embracing contactless technologies... the focus should be on making the technology inclusive. After all, it should be about making the customer experience as easy and seamless as possible.

When Selfies and Draw Something Meet, It Can Get UGLY

Sean Craddock | Posted 28.07.2014 | UK Tech
Sean Craddock

I'm an addict, and I'm addicted to French Girls. Before you come to your own debauched conclusions about that statement, let me clarify: French Girls is an iPhone app... The premise is simple. You take a selfie, it gets uploaded to the app, then other users paint you.

The Week in Social Media

Chris York | Posted 26.07.2014 | UK
Chris York

A little round-up of some things of note that happened in the world of social media this week. Highlights include traditional media outlets being beaten to stories by Twitter, Scottish Terriers stealing the show at the Commonwealth Games ceremony and the inevitable dog gif...

Watch Student Capture Graduation Day With Google Glass

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.07.2014 | UK Universities & Education

The emotional journey of graduation day has been captured by a student from the University of Sheffield, using revolutionary Google Glass technology. ...

Understanding the Yin and Yang of Our Technology-Driven Society

Hamid Habib | Posted 25.07.2014 | UK Tech
Hamid Habib

It's not inaccurate to say that while British consumers have fallen head-over-heels in love with technology, they also fear what it is doing to them... consumer technologies often create contrary forces between positive and negative; a sort of Yin-Yang in our relationship with them.

Coders Taking Over the World

Rachel Swidenbank | Posted 25.07.2014 | UK Tech
Rachel Swidenbank

London alone is anticipated to be 300,000 digital workers short by 2020, with an additional one million vacancies across Europe... Programming is infiltrating all industries, not just tech... we are beginning to break down these barriers to help people realise that anyone can learn how to code.

Babysitting an Addict

Deborah Weitzmann | Posted 25.07.2014 | UK Tech
Deborah Weitzmann

Childhood should be an important phase to learn about oneself and the people around you, while expanding your mind and attention spans through playful exploration. Little imagination, creativity or skill goes into surfing the web, watching mindless YouTube videos, using social media and playing virtual games.

The Migration Conundrum

Dan Russon | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
Dan Russon

As a company, Facebook has realised that the gap between "IT" and "the business" has all but disappeared, and that the ethos driving its developer ecosystem must work hand in hand with the business to grow profitability and market share. This represents a major transformation journey encompassing multiple migration initiatives.

Where Does Thunder and Lightning Come From?

Kirsty McCabe | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
Kirsty McCabe

We may dream about hot and sunny summer weather in the UK, but the truth is after a few days of heatwave conditions we can't wait for a good storm or two to clear the air... But how much do you really know about thunderstorms? How does that cute little fluffy cumulus cloud turn into a big threatening thunderhead?

Life-Long Learning Key to Digital Growth in Europe

Danny Bartlett | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
Danny Bartlett

Ever since the British government announced the introduction of computer programming into the school curriculum a year ago, a flurry of organisations have established related initiatives to improve the digital literacy of young people across the country.

Future-Proofing Your URL

Juan Lobato | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
Juan Lobato

The Internet is always changing, and for the most part we've grown accustomed to keeping up. With new website platforms and software updates occurring seemingly each day, adapting to the fast-paced Internet scene has become second nature. The latest change, however, is set to disrupt the very nature of the web.

Demystifying the Shylock Trojan

David Emm | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
David Emm

Shylock is designed to steal online banking credentials from the PCs of its victims... Shylock first appeared in 2011, aimed mainly at victims in the UK, but subsequently spread to other countries within Europe and to the United States.

What the WiFi - Keeping Connected on Public Transport

Andrew Ferguson | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
Andrew Ferguson

We are living in an age where we do almost everything online, from work, communicating with friends (or strangers) and finding love to watching our favourite TV programmes. As such, internet access is available in more public locations than ever before.

Beyond The Valley: Mobile Mutated Your Soul

Jay Sorrels | Posted 24.07.2014 | UK Tech
Jay Sorrels

Mobile is the answer... it's how 87%+ of people even in the UK connect with their world, and therefore, brands. Messaging Apps are not some kind of magic hippo chow that lets marketers get up in people's grilles again in the same way in a new place... Messaging and mobile are a filter for fail.

12 Apps All Students Should Have

The Huffington Post UK | Jess Edwards | Posted 23.07.2014 | UK Universities & Education

The balance of having lots of great apps without cluttering up your phone is a hard one to find. Sometimes it takes a while to realise you're never go...