While the rest of the world is speculating on 5G speeds, Africa is still in the birth pains of delivering 4G LTE
Android phone makers need to remember to get basic features right to succeed in premium devices
Brazil has a British GM ally in the fight against Zika
From 19th century ‘telephonoscopes’ to Periscope, how some Victorian predictions are, very slowly, coming true
Sexism is getting a lot of media attention at the moment, but are things really worse in tech? We source opinion.
Can the introduction of the Priv device, on the Android operating system, help rejuvenate BlackBerry’s flagging device business?
How do CEO's salaries compare to their workers?
Wireless connectivity, sensors and smartphones are helping farmers track their animals remotely
We attend Epson’s Augmented Reality showcase in London and give its glasses a quick review
What does Amazon’s move to physical bookshops mean?
In Uberless Cameroon startups are vying for passengers and commuters in what was previously an almost exclusive taxi-zone
Microsoft recently created an underwater datacentre. Here’s a few more fun locales for your servers.
We look at Microsoft’s purchase of UK AI startup SwiftKey
Virtual reality has always been hyped thanks to Hollywood and the sheer idea of it all. Has anything changed?
Jon Collins’ in-depth look at tech and society
Rupert Goodwins’ unique angle on tech change
Phil Muncaster reports on China and beyond