The man and woman in the street are fed up with blue sky thinking outside the box, and feel that running it up the flagpole will not result in anything cutting edge.
Hundreds of new UK jobs have been announced as the UK takes centre stage as official partner country at CeBIT 2014, the world’s largest technology trade fair.
Indycube Ventures has made its first investment, leading a fundraising of £125,000 for rapidly expanding internet start-up Pwinty.
London is aiming to become the number one city for traveltech startups by inspiring and supporting the next Skyscanner or AirBnB into development with the launch of the UK’s first incubator hub for this specialist market.
The world's longest aircraft has been unveiled today (Friday) in the UK's biggest aircaft hanger.
Seven aerospace research projects designed to keep Britain at the forefront of the global aerospace market will receive almost £60 million, Business Minister Michael Fallon has announced.
By Daniel Hunter An extra £250m of Government money for superfast broadband will help business start-ups and job creation in some of the East Midlands’ hardest to reach rural areas, Culture Secretary, Maria Miller, announced today. The nationwide rollout is a key part of the Government’s long-term economic plan to secure... read more
London Business School’s Incubator is to offer Really Simple Systems Cloud CRM to its portfolio of start-up companies.
Mark Karpeles, the chief executive of Bitcoin exchange MtGox, has stepped down from the board of Bitcoin Foundation.
Google has unveiled a prototype smartphone loaded with 3D hardware and software that allows it to create 3D maps of its surroundings.