The event, which takes place at the Web Summit, Dublin, has expanded this year, with 200 startups now competing for the prestigious title and $100,000 prize fund.
China is turning up the heat in its antitrust probe into Microsoft, as authorities have given Redmond just three weeks to produce a detailed response to their concerns.
We look at the relationship between Apple’s finely-tuned PR machine and the media in the light of a fascinating new article about Cupertino’s marketing strategy.
Microsoft desperately needs to gain some smartphone credibility, and we discuss whether a rumoured acquisition or partnership with Cyanogen could provide this.
The week before IFA 2014 kicks off, the team gather to discuss what gadgets they're most excited to see in Berlin. Plus news from Microsoft, Intel, Google and Pebble smartwatches.
Software testing and quality firm SQS has highlighted a piece of research that shows organisations are afraid to embrace IT change due to worries about possible outages.
With Christmas planning in full steam for retailers, it’s prudent to re-visit the IBM Digital Analytics Benchmark UK Christmas Readiness report to freshen up on what to expect.
The days of scientists having to labour for days or months to test theories and hypotheses could now be over, thanks to Watson's new Discovery Advisor program.
A sales ban on a number of old Samsung devices has been rejected by a San Jose judge in a move that could signal the beginning of the end for the bitter fight between the two.
In the third instalment of this five part series, we continue to discuss the present state of HMI design and touch upon some of the changing patterns we have seen in the automotive space.
China Labor Watch has claimed that HEG Electronics, a Guangdong factory that supplies both Samsung and Lenovo has been hiring child workers illegally.