Your Search returned 91 results from our Editorial content

Sort By


Africa trends 2018: Improved connectivity will drive tech...

Increased connectivity will continue to spur four big tech trends on the African continent in 2018


Hack alert: Do you know who is watching your CCTV?

Perfectly legal projects collate live CCTV footage from around the world… what does this reveal about IoT security?



Live events – VR style

We look at the rise of Virtual Reality in live events



Spanish startup wages war on buffering TV streams

Teltoo, a Madrid, Spain-based peer-to-peer firm, wants to be that country’s unicorn via peer-to-peer tech



Duo may represent Google’s latest push into emerging regions...

Google’s Duo rolls out globally today on Android and iOS 9 in 78 languages


Data centres & VR at 2016 Rio Olympics

We talk to Greg McCulloch, CEO of Aegis Data, about how its data centres are supporting VR at Rio 2016



VideoShot: The Queen & technology

On the Queen’s official birthday, we look back at the Monarch’s relationship with technology over the last 90 years.


From e-book to e-series: Crowdfunding a lesbian story

We talk to author Jacquie Lawrence about how the internet is enabling her to turn her e-book into a web series, with the help of crowdfunding.

Previous 1 3 4 5 9 10

Your Search returned 0 results from our White Paper Library

Sort By

Recommended for You


Programming languages to avoid learning in 2018

Dan Swinhoe casts a critical eye on the future


A c-suite guide to blockchain 2018

Kathryn Cave looks at the big trends in global tech

Most Recent Comments

Our Case Studies

IDG Connect delivers full creative solutions to meet all your demand generatlon needs. These cover the full scope of options, from customized content and lead delivery through to fully integrated campaigns.


Our Marketing Research

Our in-house analyst and editorial team create a range of insights for the global marketing community. These look at IT buying preferences, the latest soclal media trends and other zeitgeist topics.



If it were legal, would your organization hack back?