A new form of ransomware called the Locky virus has started spreading quickly, in this blog we explain what it is and give advice on how to avoid virus’.
From scientists discovering how to feed information into the brain, to Microsoft HoloLens creating ‘mixed reality’ where holograms look and sound like part of the world around us, to driverless lorries hitting the UK roads this year – it seems the future has arrived. Here’s what’s Hot in Tech 7/3/2016!
This week has seen another busy week in the tech world, including the release of HTC’s VR headset Vive, WhatsApp has made a big decision about the future of the app (and what companies it’s leaving behind) and the release of Raspberry Pi 3 today! Here’s what’s Hot in Tech 29/2/2016:
Following Spring Fair 2016, it’s time to evaluate how successful the show was for you. Did you measure up to your competitors? Lets find out…
Error 53 phones restored, Will.i.am takes on smartwatches and Rolling Bot from LG watches your home while keeping pets company… Here’s what’s hot in tech 22/2/2016.
From Stephen Fry’s co-founded startup the “Pinterest for education”, to Facebook’s anti-terrorism plan Counter Speech, here’s what’s hot in tech 15/2/2016:
Spring Fair Success! With our team now back at the office, we’re proud to say we’ve had an exceptional show and made some brilliant new contacts!
Apple really don’t want you tampering with their phones, and now they’ve made sure that you’re punished if you do! Here’s what’s hot in tech 8/2/2016:
How do you know if you’re getting the most out of a trade show? The following tips and recommendations may just give you the edge on your competitors!
Over the past week HSBC online banking has been attacked, and we’re one step closer to having driverless cars on UK roads. Here’s what’s Hot in Tech 1/2/2016: Driverless car or tram-like shuttle? Driverless cars tested in London for the first time will be less like the Google driverless car and more like the electronic…