Augmented reality will be the next technology battleground - but who has the advantage?
How can you turn a necessary software refresh into a business opportunity?
Greater manufacturing efficiency versus the inevitable threat of world domination: what are the pros and cons of adopting AI, asks Paul Cant of BMC Software?
The UK's forthcoming Data Protection Bill ought to simplify matters ahead of Brexit, suggests ForgeRock's Simon Moffatt
SUSE director Danny Rowark explains how the CaaS platform emerged and what it can do for organisations' IT infrastructure
Chas Moloney, director of Ricoh UK, discusses why social media networks and a culture of 'digital dexterity' can help get the best out of a workforce
The availability of anti-privacy tools can lead to copycat attacks
4K, teraflops and all the rest are no replacement for decent games - when is the arms race going to end?
BLM partner Nick Gibbons examines some of the potential pitfalls of drone technology, and the legal and other protections that may be necessary to prevent drone-jacking and hacking
Even for small-time offenders, in theory
The definition of a 'PC' is changing as computing becomes ubiquitous
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean you can't, or won't be, pwned
Warning: cannot be unseen (especially the Tesla one)
Please don't talk to me please don't talk to… fine thanks, how are you?
We should focus on the practical benefits of AI, argues Ceterna's Sean Harrison-Smith
Pillsbury Law experts provide breakdown on how law will affect your business
Database giant could bring the software industry to its knees
There's more to smart health than what's on your arm
Westworld, Humans, Black Mirror are closer than you think
AI, self-driving cars and robots should be on governments' agendas, not fake news
Apple has a history of playing it cool before swooping in to dominate new markets
Mexican traders' wish to shut Twitter down has some merit
The world changed, but did Nintendo?
RIPE NCC's COO Andrew de la Hay explains why uptake is finally growing