New smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows Windows gaining popularity with consumers, growing its user base in Great Britain by almost 700,000 in the past year – an increase of 240%.
Today (Friday) will see hundreds of technology companies, ranging from start-ups to the established, join with investors and media for the 2013 London Web Summit.
Product Placement could significantly alter the way UK TV programming is produced, financed and consumed over the next few years, according to a KPMG report published ahead of the two year anniversary of an Ofcom ruling which allowed product placement for the first time on UK TV.
Kwon Oh-Hyun of Samsung may not yet be a household name outside his native South Korea, but he is this year’s most successful brand building CEO
An inability to interpret and understand data is preventing organisations across the UK from predicting trends and planning for their long-term future, according to the Co-leader of KPMG’s Global HR Centre of Excellence.
Google are looking to take Apple on in the laptop market as they prepare to launch their Chromebook Pixel touchscreen laptop next week.
The world renowned start-up accelerator TechStars is to launch a programme in London, its first outside the US, the entrepreneurs behind the venture fund announced today (Wednesday).
New findings from a study sponsored by Ricoh shows that 92.5 per cent of healthcare, biotech and pharmaceutical executives have become more reliant on technology during the last three years.
Three graduates from the University of Toronto (U of T) in Ontario, Canada are ready to hit the market with the NanoLight – a 12-watt lightbulb that generates over 1600 lumens, equivalent to a 100 watt incandescent light bulb.
New government funding will boost training for blind people to use a ‘guide dog’ smart phone app, Minister for Disabled People Esther McVey announced.