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Startup of the Week: Pulling teeth with 10to8

2 hours ago  by Tom Phelan
Startup of the Week: Pulling teeth with 10to8
The second edition of this weekly feature maps the story of 10to8, all the way from its humble beginnings in Cambridge, to its search for passionate staff, to its sometimes bizarre user base.

Straight Talk: Introduction to the cloud for data backup and disaster recovery

4 hours ago  by Bill Andrews
Straight Talk: Introduction to the cloud for data backup and disaster recovery
This is the first part of a new series that dives into the question regarding whether cloud computing can be used for data backup and, if so, where?

Serious questions about Apple’s HealthKit on iOS 8: Will doctors find it useful?

7 hours ago  by Guy Wright
Serious questions about Apple’s HealthKit on iOS 8: Will doctors find it useful?
We discuss whether doctors will actually find data drawn from HealthKit valuable, and how likely it is that iOS 8 devices will become serious tools for diagnosis.

Startup spotlight Korea: OrangeDigit's amazing interactive eBooks

10 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Startup spotlight Korea: OrangeDigit's amazing interactive eBooks
In this article, we profile interactive eBook publisher OrangeDigit, who have been changing the way we interact with books, company newsletters and printed marketing literature.

Mobile app of the day: The Good Pub Guide 2015

12 hours ago  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: The Good Pub Guide 2015
The Good Pub Guide 2015 brings reviews of thousands of pubs to your fingertips, and the app boasts sophisticated search facilities.

Are Microsoft’s Azure cloud services seriously broken? (Q&A)

18 Sep 2014  by Guy Wright
Are Microsoft’s Azure cloud services seriously broken? (Q&A)
There appear to be some serious problems with Microsoft’s Azure cloud services. We spoke to CloudSigma’s CEO Robert Jenkins to try and find out how difficult these issues might be to fix.

Why the Premier League is stuck in the Stone Age

18 Sep 2014  by Mark Law
Why the Premier League is stuck in the Stone Age
With on-pitch technology already seeing adoption, it's only a matter of time until club secretaries make the most of digital business technology.

Startup spotlight Korea: Games tables that can move objects like magic

18 Sep 2014  by Paul Cooper
Startup spotlight Korea: Games tables that can move objects like magic
In this article, we profile Internet of things (IoT) tabletop gaming company Qode Interactive, and try out their exciting new approach to interactive gaming.

iPhone 6 review roundup: An exceptional handset which nails balance

18 Sep 2014  by Joe Wilcox
iPhone 6 review roundup: An exceptional handset which nails balance
Early reviewers have heaped glowing praise on Apple’s new creation, which is to be expected, but it seems that the phone achieves one critical thing: Balance.

Startup spotlight Korea: Soso, the mind-reading headset

18 Sep 2014  by Paul Cooper
Startup spotlight Korea: Soso, the mind-reading headset
In this article, we profile mind-reading games interface company Soso, and ask them why brain-controlled devices could be the future.

If Scotland votes ‘Yes’ to independence in the referendum, what will happen to our data?

18 Sep 2014  by Lubor Ptacek
If Scotland votes ‘Yes’ to independence in the referendum, what will happen to our data?
Scotland goes to the polls today to vote on independence from the Union. If a 'Yes' vote is passed, it will throw into question the massive issue of data sovereignty.