If 2013 was the year smart home became sexy again, 2014 is the year it will go mass market. And while service providers with managed home services are a big part of why smart home is reaching a wider here
The Government must focus on measures that will incentivise large businesses to invest the cash they have accumulated and to boost the confidence of small and medium-sized businesses We have much to be
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When technology pioneer Alan Kay said “the best way to predict the future is to invent it,” he might as well have been talking about IBM, whose innovations include Silicon Germanium chips, relational and
We pulled examples of the pricey pads listed for sale in America's top 50 Most Expensive Zip Codes. Listings came from Sotheby's International Realty, Coldwell Banker Prewviews International, Purdential
Built on top of the Raspberry Pi, Kano is a build-it-yourself computer which launched on Kickstarter with the aim of pulling in $100,000 in crowd funding to get 1,000 of its Kano kits to market by summer
Boston-based consulting giant Bain & Co. finds itself at the top of several prestigious rankings. It holds the No. 2 spot on Vault’s Consulting 50; it has been named the Best Firm to Work For by Consulting
Microsoft has announced the names of 12 early stage start-ups it is backing through its recently launched London-based accelerator programme next year. Microsoft is launching similar accelerators in ten
The UK telecoms watchdog Ofcom has revealed that nearly three quarters (73 percent) of the UK can now access ‘superfast’ broadband speeds of 30Mbps or above, marking a nearly 10 percent increase since
For private citizens who want to go into space, the options are pretty limited right now. In the near future, though, that’s bound to change, as a number of companies are actively working on offering commercial
This article is part of ReadWrite Future Tech, an annual series where we explore how technologies that will shape our lives in the years and decades to come are grounded in the innovation and research
Strap yourself in, it’s going to be a wild ride. In considering the changes we’ve seen in technology over the past year, I’m bracing myself for unprecedented growth when it comes to anytime, anywhere,
Perpetual flight is going, so get ready for planes that just keep going and going and going... In 1883, Nobel laureate John Strutt, a physicist and the third Baron Rayleigh, put forward a radical idea.
In the future, everyone on Earth will have ubiquitous access to outer space. That might seem to be a bold statement or to border on science fiction, yet a glance back in time at the influence and trajectory
Want to know what’s in Google’s secret sauce? Chief social evangelist Gopi Kallayil dishes out the tech giant’s success recipe. Ever wonder what makes the Google the holy grail of productivity and creativity?
Companies seem to become more obsessed with talking about innovation as they become less and less innovative. Today, the phrase “radical innovation” has become popular in contrast with incremental innovation.