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What David Bowie Can Teach App Entrepreneurs

Martin Bowley | Posted 11.04.2014 | UK Tech
Martin Bowley

I first saw David Bowie in Torquay in 1972, in a venue for 500 people with tickets costing £1.50. It changed my life. Forty years later I'm still struck by his youthful talent, innovation and longevity. He created a revolutionary sound and style building on the best offerings of the 1960s London artistic scene.

Why Your Toilet and Fridge Could Hold the Key to Your Health

Dr Paul Zollinger-Read | Posted 13.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Dr Paul Zollinger-Read

The concept of mHealth is nothing new. Smartphones, apps and wearable devices are already successfully helping people to quit smoking, lose weight, manage their diabetes and track activity, such as running and walking.

These Skyscrapers Are Made Of Scaffold And LEDs

Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Tech

An architect is hoping to resurrect the ideas of one of the giants of the avant-garde field with skyscrapers of scaffolding and LEDs. Guillaume Maz...

Where Did You Hide 'My Internet'?

Sofia Fenichell | Posted 12.04.2014 | UK Tech
Sofia Fenichell

Video is and will continue to be the primary vehicle for our collective consciousness. Moving pictures and sound have the power to instruct and inspire like no other medium. And video is still in its infancy.

This Isn't Real

Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Tech

Have a look at this eye... ...

Man Queues For iPhone 6. Then Goes Home

Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Tech

Meet Yoppy the most idiotic dedicated Apple fan in the world. หนุ่มญี่ปุ่นชื่อ Yoppy มานั่งต่อค...

Crows Are Frighteningly Clever

Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.02.2014 | UK Tech

It's a good job they don't have hands or they'd swiftly become our overlords - crows are frighteningly clever. In a test that would stump a small c...

Who Do We Blame for Flappy Bird? Only the Human Brain

Michael Rundle | Posted 12.04.2014 | UK Tech
Michael Rundle

Flappy Bird didn't break the App Store. EA's Dungeon Keeper isn't an anti-game. And the people who play(ed) them aren't doing so against their will, or in contravention of natural justice, or in a sort of mindless stupor.

EA Are Being Very Sneaky...

Huffington Post UK | Posted 10.02.2014 | UK Tech

The folk at EA games are being sneaky - really sneaky. In an effort to avoid bad reviews of their new game, 'Dungeon Keeper', appearing on the Goog...

Nasa Developing 'Star Trek' Healing Device

Huffington Post UK | Posted 10.02.2014 | UK Tech

Every once in a while something comes along that makes you feel like we're living in the future - this is no exception. Nasa is developing technolo...

This 3D Printer Can Play Air Hockey

Huffington Post UK | Posted 10.02.2014 | UK Tech

It all seems innocent enough - a modified 3D-printer that can play air hockey incredibly well. But where does it end? If they can master this th...

Online Privacy: Terms of Engagement

Louise Orpin | Posted 09.04.2014 | UK Tech
Louise Orpin

Negative comments. We all get them. Not many of us enjoy them, but the majority of us can take the rough with the smooth. However, there is always that one statement (the straw that breaks the camel's back, if you will) that forces us to snap. To respond. To cause an issue. But what makes us do this? And why can't we take a step back, a deep breath, and realise that it's not that big a deal?

Sir James Dyson Says The Future Is Robots That Can See

PA | Posted 09.02.2014 | UK Tech

Inventor Sir James Dyson has said "previously unthinkable technologies" could be possible if robots could see what was happening around them. The e...

Father Thanks Facebook For Late Son's 'Look Back' Video

Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.02.2014 | UK Tech

A father whose video asking Facebook to release his late son's 'Look Back' video has thanked the social networking site after finally receiving the cl...

Walter White's Facebook 'Look Back' Video

Huffington Post UK | Posted 10.02.2014 | UK Tech

Facebook's 'Look Back' videos were a nice idea, a nostalgic reminisce over your finest/most debauched moments from the last few years. But now the...

2014 is the UK Year of Code? Fix up!

Anne-Marie Imafidon | Posted 08.04.2014 | UK Tech
Anne-Marie Imafidon

The Year of Code campaign is a great opportunity to boost our skills gap and get children excited about what has been dubbed as the fourth literacy. It's been a great opportunity to get coding & technology back on the agenda and to highlight the vast opportunities that lie in this sector.

WATCH: The Reality Of Facebook 'Look Back' Videos

Huffington Post UK | Posted 12.02.2014 | UK Tech

Have you watched you Facebook 'Look Back' video? Even if you haven't you'll certainly have seen a plethora of people posting them - a sentimental l...

LOOK: A Rocket Launch Seen From Space

Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Tech

Those folks aboard the International Space Station are witness to all manner of incredible natural wonders - the Northern Lights, storms. So it mus...

Google Makes A Stand For Sochi

Huffington Post UK | Chris York | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Tech

Google has stepped into the furore surrounding the issue of gay rights in Russia with a rainbow coloured logo to mark the start of the country's Sochi...

'Tainted Love'. Performed By A Choir Of Floppy Disk Drives.

Huffington Post UK | Posted 09.02.2014 | UK Tech

Stop everything. Eating, driving, sleeping, whatever you're up to. You're about to witness one of the greatest practical applications of memory-bas...

NASA Curiosity Rover Takes Its First Ever Picture Of Earth From Surface Of Mars

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Tech

This incredible image is the first ever picture of the Earth taken by Curiosity from the surface of Mars. NASA’s Rover, which captured the spectacul...

Jessica Elgot

WATCH: Year Of Code Director Lottie Dexter Reveals On Newsnight That She Can't Code

HuffingtonPost.com | Jessica Elgot | Posted 06.02.2014 | UK

Should the ambassador for the government's "Year Of Code" know how to, um, code? It's a question that's divided developers and educators since last...

You'll Never Guess What's In The Roof Of This House

Huffington Post UK | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Tech

Earlier this week we brought you the house with its own garden pub but this is one step up the 'ohmygodIwantoneofthose' scale. From the outside it'...

Incident Response: Finding the Needle in the Haystack

Jaime Blasco | Posted 08.04.2014 | UK Tech
Jaime Blasco

Organisations are bombarded with potential threats every day. Most of these are small and irritating, not truly critical--but among those needles are little threads of larger actions at work. An incident response programme enables you to pull out the needles that make up the haystack of the big picture.

What's Worse Than a Tube Strike? Nuisance Phone Calls and Texts

Marie-Louise Abretti | Posted 08.04.2014 | UK Tech
Marie-Louise Abretti

Cold calls annoy the hell out of us, and we like automated messages and numerous unsolicited texts that we can't opt out of even less. Worst of the lot are nuisance calls and scams that swindle the elderly or vulnerable out of money. Frankly, despicable.