We learn more about the eye screening device which has just won a Michigan innovation award
Pace of change is hurting Big Blue but at least it has a precedent to call on
Biometrics has major implications for how enterprises offer more personal, curated technology experiences in the workplace
Ayesha Salim speaks with Dr Joshua Landy, a Canadian intensive care doctor, about his app which enables healthcare professionals to share photos of symptoms.
Crowdfunding sites are offering a new path for inventors with original ideas. We talk to inventors looking to gain the public’s favour...
A roundup of the week’s tech news including Twitpic’s Death Rattle and NSA Headlines.
In his unique way, the effervescent Box CEO is taking a classic software approach to build vertical industry support
The North American mobile market, once seen as a follower, is now a global pioneer
Apple announces it will pay for cryopreservation for US employees
A desire to be nimble is often cited but is there more to this nascent trend… and who’s next?