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In this article, content creator Peter Davidson discusses how mobile apps are making a difference in the election process.
Jonny Combe, UK CEO of PayByPhone, says that cashless parking technology is developing rapidly, but more work lies ahead before parking services can be offered as a built-in function in the connected cars of the future.
Tech geek Devin Smith highlights how the mobile industry has been revamped to counter security threats posed by cyber crime in this article.
Experts predict that 5G will be able to reach speeds of up to 10,000Mb per second (10GB/s), but how does it compare with other Internet technology - and what will its impact be?
For gym-goers, commuters and the 50% of adults that use their smartphones whilst walking, a new study has revealed how much popular video and music streaming apps are draining your data.
Speaking to Open Access Government, cybersecurity expert and Vice President of InsideSecure, Asaf Ashekenazi discusses with us the changing world of cybercrime.
Millions of Brits risk speeding up the ageing process of their eyes due to excessive time in front of mobile phones, tablets and computer screens, warn health experts at Optical Express
An Oslo based blockchain shipping platform, Triwer, has announced the launch of their first ICO crowd token pre-sale later this month to fund their innovative delivery service
With the international market for wearable devices having reached a new high in 2017 with 16.9% growth year on year, Instant Offices delves into what impact this trend will have on the workplace as we know it
Entrepreneurs will explore how to use mobile technology to help tackle humanitarian challenges around the world
New mobile fingerprint technology will allow police officers to use their smartphones to identify people in less than a minute An app on an officer’s smartphone, combined with a handheld scanner, will mean police will be able to check fingerprints against both criminal and immigration records by connecting to the...
Scientists in Belfast have designed a flexible organic battery which could revolutionise how medical implants are powered and remove patient discomfort Devices like pacemakers could be powered by the new organic battery, which is flexible and lasts three times longer than current medical batteries as well as being made of...
An investigation into training teachers to tackle poor pupil behaviour will also cover issues relating to smartphones in lessons. Schools Minister Nick Gibb has announced an investigation into behaviour will be expanded to cover issues including the use of mobile phones and devices in schools. Tom Bennett, former teacher and government...