The WIRED Guide to Virtual Reality

SOURCE: Everything you ever wanted to know about VR headsets, Oculus, Vive, and simulator sickness. ALL HAIL THE headset. Or, alternatively, all ignore the headset, because it’s gonna be a dismal failure anyway. That’s pretty […]


What is blockchain?

SOURCE: Learn the basics of blockchain technology and why it can enhance trust in both record keeping and financial transactions. Blockchain is a system of recording information in a way that makes it difficult […]


Never-ending misfortunes: Toshiba stuck in the news cycle from hell

SOURCE: EMBATTLED Toshiba has had a rather terrible week following previously reported news the Japanese government would not be extending a helping hand to save them from falling share prices and bankrupting nuclear power businesses. Since the […]


Smart homes are back on the agenda in the UK

SOURCE: Consumers in the UK are once again starting to see the appeal of smart home-related technology and it’s not just about smart TVs. Research firm GfK released the results of its latest annual […]


Widely Used Wireless Technologies for IoT Applications

SOURCE: The Internet of Things is a common term in the tech world; however, it is rarely heard among the general population. Although we are all impacted and influenced by IoT technology, a large […]


How Next-Gen Consoles Are Influencing PC Gaming

SOURCE: As PC gamers, we’ll forgive you if the arrival of next-gen gaming consoles hasn’t got you as excited as the recent hardware launches from Nvidia and AMD. But, there are some pretty good […]


WHO warns about the risks of AI for healthcare

SOURCE: New ethics guidance cautions against overestimating the benefits of technology. A World Health Organisation (WHO) report has cautioned against overestimating the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) for health at the expense of core […]


New alliances to beef up investments in microchips and cloud technologies

SOURCE: The European Commission launched two alliances bringing together industry, member states and other organisations to co-invest in semiconductor and cloud and edge computing, in a move designed to reduce reliance on foreign technologies. […]


What Is Wetware in Computing and Biology?

SOURCE: Wetwear, which stands for wet software, has come to mean a few different things over the years but it usually refers to the mixture of software, hardware, and biology. The word originally referred to […]



SOURCE: The digital revolution highlights the need for awareness of quantum technologies. The world is now preparing for further digital transformation with a revolution in quantum technology. The countries that authorize quantum computing technology […]