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Argos site goes offline due to weekend ‘glitch’

Argos has apologised after customers trying to take up pre-Christmas discounts could not access the retailer’s website due to it being out of action for much of yesterday. Customers across the country took to social media account to complain about being unable to access the Argos site.

09/11/2015  |  Full story...

New Facebook AI can describe photos to blind people

Facebook is working on new artificial intelligence technology that can describe photos to people who can’t see them.

Teaching machines to see and understand

Facebook's AI team is working to build smart systems that can enhance people's lives. Watch this video to learn about how we're approaching AI research and the impact this work is already having.

Posted by Facebook Engineering on Tuesday, 3 November 2015

05/11/2015  |  Full story...

Gmail’s ‘smart reply’ writes emails for you

Google is rolling out a Gmail program this week that will guess which emails can be answered with a short reply and prepare a few responses on the user’s behalf.

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05/11/2015  |  Full story...

Black Friday prompts rise in ‘self-gifting’

More people buy for themselves in the run up to Black Friday, in comparison to those buying for others.

04/11/2015  |  Full story...

Facebook ‘2G Tuesdays’ show mobile speeds in India to staff

Facebook is enacting 2G Tuesdays, a voluntary scheme where for an hour on a Tuesday morning its developers’ apps are throttled to 2G data speeds.

30/10/2015  |  Full story...

Video viral of the week: Google Translate tells ‘Alberto's Story’

Google’s latest ad for its updated ‘Translate’ app packs a heavy emotional punch. By telling the story of an aspiring Spanish footballer in Northern Ireland, the ad puts a strong human angle on the advantatges of technology. See why its our video viral of the week below…

29/10/2015  |  Full story...

How accurate was Back to the Future? [INFOGRAPHIC]

As today marks Back to the Future Day, Adobe has analysed the film’s technological predictions and the film’s social media success in the most recent Adobe Digital Index.


21/10/2015  |  Full story...

Back to the Future Day: What 2015 predictions did it get right?

Great Scott! As Wednesday, 21 October 2015 marks the day that Marty and Doc arrive in the film Back to The Future Part II we look at how accurate the films’ predictions have been- from wearable tech to power laces.

21/10/2015  |  Full story...

Smart sheep: Farmers use app to keep track of flock

In further evidence of how the internet of things is spreading to new industries, a new app is helping sheep farmers keep track of their flock via a smartphone app.

11/09/2015  |  Full story...

UK government launches Internet of Things project 'IoTUK'

The UK government has launched a national programme called IoTUK which it said will "amplify" the UK's Internet of Things (IoT) capability.

11/09/2015  |  Full story...

Digital start-ups compete for £150,000 Collider investment

Digital start-ups are being urged to sign up to the latest Collider accelerator programme, an initiative backed by brands including Unilver hunting for the next big things in marketing technology.

24/08/2015  |  Full story...

Technology has ‘created more jobs than it has destroyed’- report

Were the Luddites wrong after all? A new report indicates that technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed in the past 144 years by shifting work to other areas.

21/08/2015  |  Full story...

Google debuts $200 smart home hub

Google has launched 'OnHub WiFi router', pitched as an alternative to frustrating home routers that lose connection easily.

19/08/2015  |  Full story...

Video viral of the week: Japanese cosmetic shop creates personalised make-up experience

AINZ&TULPE, the largest cosmetics shop in Japan created an interactive shop window experience providing multilingual support for shoppers looking for a makeup experience that doesn’t get lost in translation. See why it’s our video viral of the week below…

Interactive Shop Window "LOOKS" | AINZ&TULPE from puzzle inc. M.Hongyo on Vimeo.

19/08/2015  |  Full story...

‘Egg’ batteries give new life expectancy to future smartphones

Aluminium could give a big boost to capacity and power of lithium-ion batteries.


10/08/2015  |  Full story...

Microsoft HoloLens headset set for 2016 roll out

Microsoft will roll out its hololens augmented reality headset to developers in 2016, with a commercial release planned later.

Watch this demo of Hololens in action at E3 2015 earlier this year:

04/08/2015  |  Full story...

Windows 10 goes live: Start button returns as Internet Explorer scrapped

Microsoft has finally Windows 10, the latest edition of its market leading operating system complete with a brand new web browser called ‘Edge’.

30/07/2015  |  Full story...

Hitachi AI to help complex decision making

Hitachi has developed new AI technology designed to come up with solutions to contentious scientific or economic issues based on big data.

28/07/2015  |  Full story...

Bosch and TomTom create mapping tech for automated driving

Map and traffic provider TomTom and electronics firm Bosch have agreed to collaborate in the area of maps for automated driving.

23/07/2015  |  Full story...

Apple Pay one week on: How is social media responding?

Apple Pay went live in the UK last week, following its launch in the US earlier in the year. Brandwatch has analysed how well the contactless payment system is going down with the public on social media. The result unfortunately isn’t a great start for Apple Pay.

20/07/2015  |  Full story...

Facial recognition ‘a marketing step too far’ for most shoppers

British shoppers reject facial recognition and personal greetings when entering brick-and-mortar shops, but welcome product personalisation and location-based offers in stores, according to new research.

14/07/2015  |  Full story...

BBC gives away Raspberry Pi rival to a million school kids

The BBC is to give away one million new Micro:bit computers to 11- and 12-year-old children across the UK.

08/07/2015  |  Full story...

999 technology 'needs to keep up with the smart phone generation’

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is calling for radical changes to the emergency ‘999’ call service to reflect the digital age, where more people are communicating by text or social media, rather than making a voice call.

08/07/2015  |  Full story...

Telepathic advertising? Facebook wants to read your mind

Not content with knowing you're entire social life, Facebook now wants to read your mind- and has the technology to do it, according to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

02/07/2015  |  Full story...

Google’s nihilistic AI robot reveals the meaning of life

Forget Marvin the Paranoid Android- we now have Google the Nihilistic Synthetic. The web giant's new super-intelligent robot has answered some of life’s biggest philosophical questions, providing some rather creepy answers that highlight challenges facing AI technology in the future.

01/07/2015  |  Full story...

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