A survey of professionals working in the UK and US has found that they are not being tempted by cheap deals that sacrifice speed, security or customer service.
On this week's podcast we hear about the innovative work going into designing windowless planes in the future, plus we run down our spookiest, scariest or downright creepiest Tech Stories of 2014.
Google chief executive Larry Page heaped praise on the cofounder of Android who is moving on to found his own incubator for hardware startups.
It now expects to ship 41 million smartphones in the current year, which is a departure from the 50 million units that it first predicted back in April.
Invoice Processing is an old topic – exactly how old is unknown, as the tales of dealing with paper invoices stretch back to times of legend. But how do you become an invoice processing vampire?
Have you ever wondered who Mark Zuckerberg's celebrity crush is? Or how many hours a day he spends working? Next week you'll get the chance to have all your questions answered.
The music, film and TV industries have all undergone radical transformations over the last fifteen years. In contrast, the publishing industry is only now feeling the force of technological change.
Demand for big data professionals in the UK far outstrips supply, a fact which has caused salaries to rocket. Investment must be made to avoid a major skills gap, says report.
Twitter provides a unique window into public thinking and that can be useful for businesses, not only to see what people are saying about them but also to get an insight into market trends.
Research has found that DevOps has moved from the minority to the mainstream, offering real benefits to business. The UK, however, has been slow to get on board.
The company has developed a bedside sensor in conjunction with a US healthcare firm that focuses on dispelling sleep disorders and improving quality of life.