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How You Can Automate Your Home Now

Posted 12.03.2015 | UK Tech

By 2020 every Samsung appliance in your home could be controlled by your Samsung Galaxy phone, but did you know there's plenty you can do with your No...

TechNorth: Great, But Let's Get a Few Things Straight

Katie Gallagher | Posted 04.05.2015 | UK Tech
Katie Gallagher

I have concerns that the Government aren't seeing the whole Northern picture and do not fully appreciate the scale and scope of what is already happening here.

This Is The Most Scientific Simulation Of A Zombie Outbreak We've Ever Seen

The Huffington Post UK | Ryan Barrell | Posted 04.03.2015 | UK Tech

A statistician has finally found a scientific way to calculate something we've always wondered about - who would be safe in the event of a zombie apoc...

The Road to Identity 3.0: From Microsoft Passport to the Internet of Things

Patrick Salyer | Posted 04.05.2015 | UK Tech
Patrick Salyer

The proliferation of connected devices, from connected cars to toothbrushes, has led to a new ecosystem of gadgets that must be able to communicate with each other in order to work and create personalised user experiences effectively.

Is the U.S. Opening the Door for Europe to Lead in Tech?

Andrea Giuricin | Posted 03.05.2015 | UK Tech
Andrea Giuricin

For 20 years, U.S. Internet policy was the gold standard. It led to massive investments in infrastructure and drove innovation. Europe and the rest of the world are still trying to catch-up.

What New Airbnb Rules Mean For Londoners

Patricia Campbell | Posted 04.05.2015 | UK
Patricia Campbell

Good if you own your property, but not so great if, like the majority of Londoners, you do not. You see, renters are not to be afforded the same power by the new regulations.

Can Consumer Product Design Really Drive Systemic Social Change?

Nick Stanhope | Posted 03.05.2015 | UK
Nick Stanhope

At the heart of this vision is a very compelling proposition: if you want to drive systemic change, you have to identify and harness the most powerful resources within that system.

A Note From the Owner of the BBC

Steve Doran | Posted 02.05.2015 | UK
Steve Doran

Without the license fee, the BBC wouldn't have been able to establish the web services leaving other broadcasters in the shade - my service users would consider that a reason for keeping the fee, not abolishing it, and like any business owner I should put them first, surely?

Looking for Meaning in Your Life? There's No App for That.

Dr Aaron Balick | Posted 03.05.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Aaron Balick

In today's results driven, evidenced based, now-now-now culture, the idea of a 'slow burn' psychotherapy is much maligned. If people have problems, they want them fixed, if people have questions, they want them answered. But what about those problems you can't quite put your finger on?

Mobility and Marketing: A Compelling Cross Sector Comparison

Jack R. Miles | Posted 03.05.2015 | UK Tech
Jack R. Miles

Both marketing and mobility are in a period of mass transition and evolution. As such, the myriad of consumer choices stretches from the very traditional and conservative to the dynamic and future facing.

How The Audi E-tron Has Shaped The Electric Car

Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.03.2015 | UK Tech

Back in 2009 the electric car was nothing but a consumer fantasy. While car manufacturers were busy developing a range of battery powered models, the ...

Audi Etron: How The Concept Turned Into A Reality

Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.03.2015 | UK Tech

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few years, you can’t have failed to notice that electric cars have taken off in a big way. Aft...

The Year of the New Connected Home

Rob Wells | Posted 29.04.2015 | UK Tech
Rob Wells

It's vital to address the pressures of your home network sooner rather than later as the connected home is only ever growing, with new devices inching into every corner.

Should We Allow Engineering to be Rebranded?

Yetunde Adediran | Posted 02.05.2015 | UK Tech
Yetunde Adediran

Engineering educators must utilise young peoples' passion, interest, and reach out, to their dreams by means of diversifying and inspiring engineering to the next generation of engineers and scientists.

How Smart Technology Is Helping Publishers Regain What They Lost to the Internet (Part II)

Will Bancroft | Posted 28.04.2015 | UK Tech
Will Bancroft

Marketers have understood that not all social sharers are created equal. Within a publisher's flow of social traffic, there is typically a hardcore of fans. But who constitutes this hard core? And, how hardcore are they?

How to Protect Yourself by Thinking Like a Criminal

Simon Specka | Posted 28.04.2015 | UK Tech
Simon Specka

Free public WiFi is one of the hallmarks of our times. So addicted are we to staying connected, we can barely bear to be offline nowadays - mobile professionals, students and the growing army of freelance creatives are drawn to free WiFi, served by cafes and bars, like bees to a honeypot.

Without Identity, the Internet of Things is Just Noise

Patrick Salyer | Posted 28.04.2015 | UK Tech
Patrick Salyer

Utilising a dynamic-schema database with the ability to go beyond basic user attributes makes building accurate customer profiles and engaging experiences a reality for companies heavily invested in the creation of connected devices.

Unleashing Africa's Data Revolutionaries

Dr. Álvaro Sobrinho | Posted 27.04.2015 | UK Tech
Dr. Álvaro Sobrinho

Through local partnerships and training programmes in rural villages, the project will develop a series of data collection and sharing platforms to improve yield and reduce food waste.

Why is the UK Designing Such a Grey Future?

Mark Bonner | Posted 27.04.2015 | UK Tech
Mark Bonner

I recently searched Surrey for a secondary school that truly valued creativity for my own daughter. Both private and state, the answer was depressingly similar; "Oh yes, we do do ART here, but it's not a real degree is it?" one headmaster risked his life in telling me.

FinTech: Could This Be the Downfall of the Traditional Bank?

Martijn de Wever | Posted 28.04.2015 | UK Tech
Martijn de Wever

why can't banks innovate from within and why do they let their bread and butter be taken away from them right under their noses?

See Inside Brompton Bicycle's London Factory

Posted 03.03.2015 | UK

Will Butler-Adams runs one of the UK's great export success stories - the famous folding bike company, Brompton Bicycle. Travelling around the world t...

Love Cars? Follow These Instagram And Twitter Accounts

James Baggott | Posted 12.03.2015 | UK Tech

If you love nothing more than spending your Sunday afternoons, your commute on the tube, or even time you should be working, scanning through Twitter ...

The Cycling Apps You Should Be Using Now

The Huffington Post UK | Jennifer Barton | Posted 12.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle

The many benefits that cycling offers to a person's health have long been touted: regular cycling has been shown to reduce stress, improve cardiovascu...

This Invention Means Jerking Off Could Save The Planet

The Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 02.03.2015 | UK Tech

We've been told for a while now that wearables are the future of tech but perhaps far fewer people envisaged they could help save the planet in conjun...

Autonomous Vehicles - Driving a Revolution

Andrew Masterson | Posted 29.04.2015 | UK Tech
Andrew Masterson

Drink-driving should become a thing of the past, and self driving cars will no doubt have a radical effect on the level of employment provided by the taxi industry. One can readily see that driverless cars married up with cashless payment systems could easily decimate the jobs of cabbies.