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What To Do When Your Desktop Computer Stops Working

Readers of a certain age will probably feel an all too familiar chill down their spine on hearing the phrase…

Capitalising On The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Here in Britain, we often refer to the Industrial Revolution as a one-off event. Many people assume this term describes…

Tech Wants In On Health Care — And Amazon Is Leading The Charge

Amazon has made a name for itself as an industry disrupter, thanks to its huge market share in book sales,…

What Did We Learn At CES 2018?

Every year, Las Vegas hosts the Consumer Technology Association’s week-long Consumer Electronics Show. As well as giving manufacturers and developers…

The Digital Revolution In Our Schools

If you haven’t been in a classroom since the 20th century, it’s easy to assume the education system hasn’t changed…

Are High-End Smartphones Still Worth A Premium?

In the Noughties, high-end smartphones represented a quantum leap over their budget rivals. But is that still the case? After…

The Flu Is Mutating — And Now, So Is The Shot

Twice a year, the World Health Organization (WHO) meets in order to conduct tests and announce which flu strains will…

Ten Steps For Tackling Unreliable Broadband

Our lives have become increasingly reliant on the internet, and a stable broadband service is now essential in homes and…

Intel’s Chip Problem Matters — And Not Just For Intel

As a new era of cyberwarfare emerges, cybersecurity is developing in tandem. Institutions and companies desperate to keep pace with…

Is The Bitcoin Bubble Bursting?

The world’s leading cryptocurrency experienced unprecedented growing pains last year. From August’s Bitcoin Cash fork to December’s astonishing price fluctuations,…

Dense Urban Cities Are At Fault For Climate Change — But Are They Also The Solution?

Every day we are inundated with more undeniable scientific evidence that climate change is real, and it is happening at…