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The government has launched its own venture capital unit to support startups in the city and beyond
With more than a million dollars in prototyping equipment and a wide range of expertise, Bolt helps launch hardware startups
Techworld is showcasing 12 young UK entrepreneurs over six weeks
Intel has barely made a dent in the mobile market, while ARM has been wildly successful
Silicon brains will create new computers that can use the human brain as a model to make decisions
Chromebooks have struggled to gain enterprise credibility but Forrester believes it’s time to re-evaluate
Encryption not enough on its own
eff Garzik says the Bitcoin creator was a brilliant architect and economist but that his coding left a bit do be desired
15 years ago, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates agreed to let Apple own the client and Microsoft the back end to thwart antitrust probes, newly discovered emails say
The vast majority of gamified applications available today are badly designed, claims Brian Burke
A look at some of the key points made by Dotcom during the press conference at his mansion
Here is our guide to some of the more dominant tech generations in computer history, as embodied by the programmers who gave them life
From Wi-Fi to mobile security, here are 11 things you should commit to doing this year to keep hackers and malware at bay.
The FA struck a six year partnership deal with EE in February
Manchester, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Newcastle and Bristol are on the rise
Privacy and form-factor are some of the big questions for this emerging category
They've developed a robot-building kit that they want to sell to schools
Amid the consumer hype, companies are using the machines for product development
Ex-engineer and standup comedian Don McMillan says he is 'still a geek at heart'
New technologies and new IT strategies are here to solve all your problems -- except the ones they create
Think&Go lets shoppers fill their baskets using an NFC-enabled phone
Location has become a new battleground for mobile vendors
Microsoft doesn't make it easy on mere mortals who want to understand which edition of Office software fits their needs. Here's help.
For the first time in what seems like forever, Microsoft's ubiquitous centerpiece booth and opening night keynote are missing from CES.
Can the Ultrabook bounce back, or will ultra-thin laptops be squeezed out of the PC market?