Digital Innovation

Africa will soon have the world's largest working-age population -- so why aren't network providers providing more opportunities?
Millennials and their predecessors are polar opposites when it comes to how they engage with work and each other.
When everything around us seems to be going backwards, moving forwards is often furthest from our minds but this is the time to be positive about what we can do, not negative about what we can't. We need to ensure we're doing more than sprinkling glitter on a turd - our next moves are vitally important for the future of mankind. Hysterical? Nope, essential.
Yes the world is changing fast. It's obvious that digital innovation operates on a more accelerated timetable than the time it takes to change laws and regulations. But is that a good enough reason to place technologists and innovators in the driving seat? What kind of a society will they create? What kind of politics will 'disruptive innovations' introduce?
Looking from a height at the situation, Google came out with a chorus line show for a product that was not really on the market for anyone other than developers and it inspired a lot of us to realise that 'the future' in a sci-fi sense was almost here.
Thirty-five years ago this month, Charles Handy envisioned the rise of the portfolio worker. This increasingly popular lifestyle choice favored by many, including myself, has given rise to a thriving creative class.
What do solar charging hubs for the developing world, 3D-printable plastic satellites and printed-to-measure shoes have in common? It's up for debate... but we think they're some of the most exciting new tech ideas that have the potential to change the way we live and work for good.
The first fashion brand to livestream its runway shows, the first to sell live from the catwalk online and in-store via iPad