uk-tech-2013

Convergence of communication devices has been a concept discussed for nearly the last 20 years as something that will happen. But today it is a reality and guess what - it isn't a keyboard connected to your connected TV playing online video or your TV playing on a mobile device.
We have faced criticism for being the industrial underdog in recent years. However innovative approaches to business have brought about much commercial success in the UK of late.
We must not allow the scandal at the BBC to convince us of the evil of all journalists. Nor the repellant views of certain Twits to lull us into the quiet muzzling of us all.
DJ Yoda, Maximo Park, James and the Inspiral Carpets stopped by for a cuppa. We said we'd close at 10pm each night but things were still swinging at 3am the next morning. Nick Heyward was a revelation - we only knew him from Twitter - and he brought about an amazing singalong that 250 people crammed into a log cabin will never forget.
If you're a gamer, then over Christmas it's pretty likely you'll get hold of at least one major blockbuster - whether it's
A lot can happen in a year - companies can be born or fall apart, legendary gadgets can be released - or flop - and new technologies
As everyone knows, Christmas is a time for giving, a time for reflection, and a time for buying loads and loads of gadgets
If you have a Facebook account, you've probably Liked at least a few brands and businesses. All of these companies continually jostle for valuable space in your news feed. And as the number of posts from businesses grows, the amount of 'noise' builds.
Suspicions are growing that Nasa will announce plans to build a hovering Moon base to act as a stepping-stone for manned
For a sighted person it is extremely easy to become addicted by what the night sky has to offer to the naked eye, let alone with a telescope. It would take the average person thirty minutes to take a brief tour of the constellations on a clear, cloudless night