The UK’s largest tech companies have more than 2.5 times the number of women in leadership roles than firms listed on the FTSE 350, according to a new study.
European small businesses are 42% more likely than enterprises to lose employees because of technology frustrations around remote working.
The future of farming in the UK and around the world could have a considerably more robotic feel after a consortium of businesses was awarded £2.5 million to create the world’s first robotic farm.
Apple has confirmed it is working an autonomous car. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England has suggested that robots could take up to 15 million jobs. There is only one thing for it, says the boss a software services company, re-training, and on a massive scale.
Time may be running out for the desktop PC, as a new wave of young workers look set to condemn the 40-year-old tech to the disposal experts when they enter the workplace, according to new research.
The White House has found a way to open up the iconic building to the whole nation this festive season, through innovative technology and interactive storytelling.
A new report suggests that by 2050 virtual reality, AI and augmented reality will totally disrupt the shopping experience.
Skyscanner, that most elusive of British techs, a unicorn, has been sold, is this a triumph of British entrepreneurism, or yet another example of a British company selling out before it can conquer the world?
If you look back at the last 50 years, technological advancements have dominated and transformed the world that we live in; from the Internet to genetic engineering, to mobile phones and personal computers.