International Consumer Electronics Show staff were in London this week to preview January's event and unveil some research into ownership levels and purchasing plans in the UK technology market
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Scarce capital and the need for speed dictated an SaaS approach to initial technology priorities for this Aussie startup. The business' MD and CTO explain why adaptable technology is crucial for business startups, and why they’re betting big on mobile.
While the new Mac Pro may be the butt of jokes for its odd visual appearance, it's packed with state of the art desktop technology. But is it too late to make much of a difference in today's mobile world and the future of cloud computing and SaaS?
Cloud Technology Partners, which handles enterprise application migrations, has launched a private beta of a SaaS tool aimed at speeding the process of checking source code.
Samsung is already piloting its Smart School technology in 24 countries, and unveiled its Android-based Smart Classroom Solution at last week's BETT show at ExCel in London
Tech City in East London will get a £50m makeover and a new start-up centre as part of the UK government's plan to turn the area into a world leading technology hub.
Cheating at table tennis might not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think about radiation-detection technology, but London 2012 is taking no chances when it comes to 'paddle doping'
SOS: Save Our Sibelius. Users of the popular British music notation program are trying to get its US-based owner, Avid Technology, to sell it to another company following the closure of the London development studio.
Using cloud computing ought to make sense for an event like the Olympics, but the technology isn’t ready, according to the CIO of the London 2012 Games
Small start-ups have taken a lead on enterprises in their adoption of big data, by embedding analytics into the heart of their applications, according to Amazon Web Services.As the cloud has grown, prices for rentable computing power have come down, while scale-out applications like Hadoop have evolved to analyse large quantities of data, Werner Vogels, Amazon Web Service's (AWS) chief technology officer, said in a keynote speech at the AWS Summit 2012 in London.
Internet telephony service Skype is set to hire 400 people in five cities across the world, with a quarter to be based in London.Microsoft-owned Skype plans to take on 100 employees in London to support the launch of a new technology centre, the company told the BBC on Wednesday.
Destination for posh folk, Harrods of London, is to launch its own Apple-stocked technology department tomorrow, which may (or may not) be the capital's sixth Apple store.
Google plans to reveal details soon of its London-based Campus project, which will support local technology start-ups and stimulate the online growth of UK businesses.Matt Brittin, vice president of Northern and Central Europe for Google, confirmed the company's plans for Campus during a talk at the Digital London conference on Tuesday.
Amazon Web Services has brought its Direct Connect technology to the UK, which allows customers to establish a dedicated network connection between their datacentre and the local Amazon Web Services facility.The announcement, made on Wednesday, means UK customers can connect to Amazon Web Services' EU West (Ireland) region via the Telecity Sovereign House datacentre in London at guaranteed port speeds of 1Gbps or 10Gbps.
Organisers of the 2012 London Olympics are testing BT's cloud-based voice network for the event, the telco said on Wednesday.BT said it has delivered the network, based on Cisco hosted unified communications technology, to connect 25 Olympic venues.
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2012's Olympic Games in London seem the perfect showcase for the cloud, but with this year's outages it's not clear whether the technology is stable enough, says Lori MacVittie
Taking the criminological perspective, I attempt to dissect the Generation Y gang culture in Britain, and see how it connects to the ongoing rioting.
London's government-backed 'Tech City' is being shunned by major technology companies, as Facebook is set to move to larger office space in West London.
Former Merrill Lynch technology chief joins London clearing house...