14 Dec 2018
It is already your camera, music collection, video library and home office rolled into one, but did you know that your smartphone could also help cure cancer or beat Alzheimer’s?
13 Dec 2018
The sharing economy has given rise to thousands of ambitious start-ups, and one pet-friendly business is disrupting the holiday rental model made famous by companies like Flipkey and Airbnb.
12 Dec 2018
As we move into the Gigabit era, in both fixed and mobile, it is time to stop thinking about network quality only in terms of how fast it is, and instead focus on whether it is truly able to meet the needs and expectations of users.
07 Dec 2018
In the future, there are many activities in which robots could assist humans – helping to feed people in care, assisting workers in factories with dangerous tasks, or assisting around the house with domestic chores.
06 Dec 2018
If your therapist was a robot would you be more or less likely to trust it with your emotional wellbeing? If one of your colleagues was a machine, would you find it hard to work with it, or would you relish the lack of small talk and workplace politics?
04 Dec 2018
Baron Martin Rees is a British cosmologist and astrophysicist, but believes that humanity’s focus should be at home rather than among the stars.
01 Dec 2018
World AIDS Day 2018 provides a timely moment to reflect on just how much change – and progress – has been made in the 30 years since the inaugural World Aids Day in 1988.
28 Nov 2018
Vodafone has demonstrated the potential of automated control and network programmability of microwave backhaul in a live commercial network in Italy using Software Defined Networking (SDN). This is an important milestone in the transformation of the operator’s transport networks.
27 Nov 2018
Sam Etherington is just 19 but has been in intensive care three times. Sam, a security guard, has struggled with asthma all his life. Diagnosed aged three, he has tried inhalers of, “all colours and sizes,” has missed school and had numerous hospital stays. His symptoms are worst at night.