- - Networking Editor 27 Nov 2014
- - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 26 Nov 2014
- - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 25 Nov 2014
Please, please, please, make it stop.
A bus company has chosen is putting Norwich on the IT map through a trial to send bus users adverts from local retailers.FirstGroup has put low energy Bluetooth beacons on buses in Norwich which ...
Downtime believes Metro Bank has crossed a line in the battle to improve customer satisfaction.Banks are throwing online apps customers as well as introducing iPad wielding staff into branches to ...
- - Business Editor 25 Nov 2014
- - Business Editor 20 Nov 2014
- - Managing Editor 20 Nov 2014
- - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 13 Nov 2014
- - Networking Editor 13 Nov 2014
- - Emea Content Editor, Computer Weekly 06 Nov 2014
- - Business Editor 05 Nov 2014
Online money transfers and banking apps are on the rise, leading to so many branch closures that even bank robbers have given up visiting branches these days. It's a good job they have as well, as ...
The use of drones in business is looking to become a regular occurrence in the near future, and this month Amazon proposed plans to test its prototype same-day delivery drones in the UK. But use of ...
Apparently the UK's first 'Google House' is being kitted out in a flat in Streatham. Will Davies, head of property maintenance firm aspect.co.uk said the "normal flat", on a very normal street, is ...
A Dutch cryto -currency fanatic has taken the start-up term "cash injection" a little more literally than expected. Martijn Wismeijer, who runs a company called MrBitco.in in Amsterdam, has put NFC ...
Silicon Roundabout needs a new name
A shopping centre in London is using augmented reality to put even more pressure on parents at Christmas time.As if someone dressed as a fat bloke with a grey beard isn't enough of an attraction ...
As mobile use becomes more popular, so do mobile related injuries. Although the intelligence of phones is increasing, the intelligence of users is a different story. We've all been there - walking ...