Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a £1 million ($1.95 million) prize for anyone who can "identify and solve the biggest problem of our time".
Stories by Sophie Curtis
Universities and Science Minister David Willetts has suggested that the UK could regain its lead in mobile telephony with the development of new 5G technologies.
Greater use of mobile phones to deliver healthcare, known as mHealth, could save Europe almost €100 billion by 2017 and increase GDP by €93 billion, according to new research carried out by PwC on behalf of the GSMA.
Amid a slew of product announcements designed to enable "mobile workstyles," Citrix is already looking ahead to the next phase of enterprise innovation, with a focus on cloud computing as a platform for new mobile services.
The UK government has published new plans for boosting the roll-out of 4G mobile broadband by helping to accelerate the process for operators to install new equipment.
Entrepreneur First, the UK not-for-profit initiative designed to help budding entrepreneurs launch their own technology start-ups, is launching a 9-week programme to teach female graduates and undergraduates the basics of programming.
The world’s fastest supercomputer, Titan, located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee, is deploying a new storage system from DataDirect Networks (DDN) to support its research into climate change impacts and alternative fuels.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has published a list of the first 27 generic top-level domains (gTLDs) to have passed its Initial Evaluation, with Amazon scoring some early wins.
The number of global subscribers to 4G LTE mobile broadband technology is set to double over the next two years, rising from 105 million this year to nearly 220 million in 2014, according to a new report form Juniper Research.
A developer preview of Canonical’s mobile-friendly version of Ubuntu will be published this week, enabling developers to port the platform to Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 4 smartphones.
Women in IT often end up feeling like “lone wolves,” not only because 83 percent of the technology workforce is male, but also because many feel that their skills are under-valued.
Visa Europe announced its annual results today, highlighting payment technologies such as digital wallets, contactless payments and e-commerce as some of the fastest growing areas of the business.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation estimates that one million Raspberry Pi units have been sold since the $25 credit-card-sized Linux computer launched last year, based on figures released by one of its distributors Premier Farnell (also known as element14).
The “Industrial Internet” (or Internet of Things) has the potential to add $10-15 trillion to global GDP by 2030 and reduce billions of dollars worth of waste across major industries such as healthcare, energy and transportation, according to a new report by General Electric (GE).
IBM is being sued by chemicals manufacturer Avantor Performance Materials for fraud and breach of contract, following a failed SAP software implementation.