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  • Marc Saltzman – CES ’14 Coverage Part One

    Tech journo and expert Marc Saltzman saw the sights and scenes at this year’s CES and gave us his views on the best products on show at the electronics event. What piece of tech impressed you the most at this year’s CES and why? Automotive tech, wearable tech and 4K TV’s were the big spectacles...

  • Eric Pilkington – The Future of Digital Health

    As we move into a digital ‘super-world’, technology is now being used to improve our everyday health, with wearable tech leading this movement. We spoke to EVP of Digital Strategy at McCann Health, Eric Pilkington, about what’s to come for health and tech. With the rise in activity trackers and...

  • International CES ’14 Day 4: Final round-up

    “The internet of things is having its breakout year and it is this year that it will become a mainstream ecosystem and set of technologies” said independent consultant Larry Downes. As CES 2014 draws to a close, we’re focusing on the top revelations that this year brought with it. It’s...

  • International CES ’14 Day 3: Bite-sized news

    CES 2014 day 3 brought with it some exciting new releases in the gadget sphere.  Sonny Vu, the founder of Misfit took an unassuming role within the huge conference space and took the opportunity to display a few samples of Shine, the company’s new activity monitor. Though the company and product...

  • International CES ’14 Day 2 : Bite-sized news

    Sony, Yahoo and Audi stole the show on the second day of CES 2014, bringing a whole new line-up of news and technological innovation to the Las Vegas event. Sony started off their talk by announcing that they had sold an impressive 4.2 million consoles since the launch in November, outselling the Xbox...

  • Time to Retire the Term Cloud Computing?

    Bessemer’s Bryan Deeter and Kristina Shen mentioned in a 2013 blog post that “most savvy software companies are aggressively trying to dress themselves up as cloud companies,” because all it takes, essentially, is an ability to claim your business is now renting online what it used...