Plugged into Europe, or UK unplugged?
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What effect would Britain's leaving the EU have on it's digital economy?
Research suggests Asians are more driven to find bargains, whatever the cost.
Research shows that Asians are more inclined than Westerners to spend too long searching online for the best deals.
All the news that’s fit to click.
Ubiquitous social media giant Facebook has launched a mobile service called Instant Articles. It allows news stories provided by a number of partners to be read in their entirety from the Facebook iOS…
Everything old is new again: ZX Spectrum Vega.
If early videogames are really that good, they'll still hold up today – right?
How will the technology landscape look?
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The election brings a new government: what does the next five years hold in store for UK technology plc?
No longer flying so high.
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Twitter's stock took a tumble this week thanks to some bad PR and lower-than-expected results. But their business strategy is reassuring.
Nothing like a bit of cosplay.
The terms of fan culture may seem baffling but once you get the hang of them you'll see it's not all so newfangled.
There’s few enough bright sparks here.
As one, the parties have missed the point when it comes to the digital economy and failed to recognise what's really needed.
Books, bytes… and Babel?
Terry Pratchett and Jorge Luis Borges may have been the prophets of the future library.
All digitalled up with nowhere to plug.
Reaping the rewards and avoiding the pitfalls of an increasingly digital economy will take more effort than politicians are currently putting in.
From 1-click to 1-push ordering with Amazon’s Dash Button.
Amazon Dash can ensure you never run out of soap, washing powder or razors again. But it can't push the button for you.
Internet of things: a helping hand, or holding us back?
How many gadgets can we handle before what is supposed to ease and simplify becomes a burden?
This sort of 3D display you can’t buy in the shops.
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The iPad changed the way we interact with screens, but the physical, 3D touchscreens of the future will change it more radically still.
There needs to be more to the net than just data scraping and surveillance.
There are many organisations studying the web. But whose interest do they have at heart?
Jay Z’s artist-led revolution won’t be your average artists' commune.
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The latest streaming service is artist owned, which sounds great unless a group of 16 "top-tier" artists receive most of the royalties.
Parents could certainly do more to be aware of what their children are playing. But threatening letters are unlikely to help.
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The selfie has become an inescapable element of most cultural activities – be it art galleries or music festivals.
Who pays, and who gains?
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Ten years after Chip and PIN cards arrived in Britain, contactless cards are circumventing their security – why?
I can’t take my eyes off you.
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The evidence is growing over the psychological effects of our screen time - when will the tipping point come?
All that glitters is not gold.
Regulating bitcoin and digital currencies is hard, but tackling currency exchanges may be the answer.