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Google And Apple Get Things Rolling


The technology giants are at it again, this time both showing an interest in in-car technology.  Google has, this week, proven exactly why it is serious about moving its technology into cars by adding a new recruit to their ranks. Former CEO, Alan Mulally, has been added to Google’s board of directors which means he brings a wealth of experience to the company and can help them make the necessary steps into the car market. Find out more in this week's blog...

AI Could Match Human Intelligence In Next 30 Years


As you’re probably already fully-aware, we’re big fans of all things digital but in the next 30 years we could be relying on technology a lot more than we do today.  According to Murray Shanahan, professor of cognitive robots at Imperial College London, there is a “good chance that we can see AI matching human intelligence within the next thirty years”.  For more about this read our latest blog....

Wimbledon Turns Digital With Twitter


It’s that time of the year again when we can watch the world’s best tennis players appear at Wimbledon, one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments.  Unfortunately, the defending champion, Andy Murray is already out of the tournament after getting knocked out earlier in the week. Although this isn’t the only major talking point of the tournament, in fact, this year is set to be the most social Wimbledon ever.  Find out more in our latest blog...

Google Glass Is Here - And We Have It!


If you’ve been one of those people patiently waiting for Google Glass to come to the UK, then we have some good news and some bad news for you. The good news is it’s here.  You can now get your hands (and ears and nose) on Google Glass, although it’s not as easy as popping to the shop to buy it – it’s much more complicated. Find out more in our latest blog.....

Facebook Tries To Conquer Snapchat


Facebook has showed its intention to conquer the social world again by launching a photo-messaging app. Just one week after accidently releasing the app on Apple’s App Store, it has now been officially launched in hope of becoming the next big thing in photo-sharing.  Read more in this week's blog....

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