Despite attempts at upping their secrecy – even going as far as to hire NSA personnel – details of Apple’s new iPhone, the iPhone X, were leaked over the weekend. Here’s what we know so far.
You could be forgiven for thinking that F1 puts all its energies into designing cars. In fact, Williams Advanced Engineering, an offshoot of the Williams Group, develops alternative technologies for other industries.
It’s a well-known fact that travel pricing flexes, often increasing. With a surge of interest in real-time ‘e-tickets’ in bricks-and-mortar stores, is the high street now following suit?
Like police boxes and post boxes, phone boxes are a British high street staple. Now, abandoned ones are being replaced with InLinks, boxes that offer free digital services.
Hot on the heels of randsomware WannaCry, which infected NHS systems, comes Petya, reportedly spreading through the business world after hitting companies like Cadbury and Mondelez. But what are businesses set to lose from these attacks? It helps to go back to basics. What is Petya? Petya works by infecting computers by encrypting files that…
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for advertising – especially with the announcement that UK ad spending in the digital sphere is still increasing, despite the threat of Brexit. Here are 3 campaigns that caught our interest, and show how the medium continues to evolve and challenge.
While Professional Beauty continues to tour the UK, 3 products stood out earlier this month, when the capital played host. While the event celebrates pioneering beauty brands on a number of fronts, it’s the tech category that always seems the most revolutionary – and here are the nifty gadgets that took centre stage.
YouTube has found itself the source of scandal over its dated and ineffective algorithms – whether through hiding innocent content in YouTube’s “restricted mode”, or embarrassing brands over ad placement.
Recognising their ”unique position” to connect users with support workers, and reiterating their goal of creating ”a safe community on and off Facebook”, the social media site are building on earlier efforts to tackle suicide-related posts, starting with tests in the US.
Innovative online grocer, Ocado, is currently testing both a ‘robot hand’ and a humaoid robot that could see it picking and packing products in its warehouses. We dig deeper….