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[Insight] Advertisers test Snapchat’s tolerance for branded content
Work february 1, 2016

AI That Wants to Read Your Mind and Run Your Life

The team behind Siri has a new idea

Advertising january 6, 2016

Inventor of Pop-Up Ads: 2016 Could Be When Web Advertising Realizes We Don’t Want to Be Monitored

Everyone hates web adverts—except those people developing intrusive technology to force them on us

Cities january 14, 2014

Google Bus Drives Straight Through San Francisco Poverty Issue

The California tech industry has had unfortunate side effects on the city – including startup bosses complaining about the homeless.

Technology october 8, 2013

Why Online Privacy Can’t Be Saved By Laws

Predictive analytics have made it too easy to piece together information on various subjects despite efforts by the legal system.

Technology september 20, 2013

Has The NSA Destroyed Our Trust Of The Cloud?

Why the government's activities are inflicting a massive blow on US computer businesses.

IoT june 3, 2013

Is Google’s Self-Driving Car Too Expensive To Succeed?

The tech giant's innovative autonomous car gets competition from cheaper models.

Home may 8, 2013

Why Machines Are Putting An End To Complex Human Emotions

Researcher Sherry Turkle shares why our outsourcing of interaction to androids is harming society.

Retail april 9, 2013

Should Bitcoins Frighten Banks And Governments?

The virtual currency offers an alternative to a state-sanctioned banking system, which may be making countries and their leadership anxious.

Work march 25, 2013

Do These 5 Men Rule The Internet?

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Robert Kahn, Vinton Cerf, Louis Pouzin and Marc Andreessen win Queen Elizabeth prize for engineering the foundations of today's web.

Arts & Culture february 11, 2013

Could Stream Of Consciousness Kill Off Websites?

How do we describe the nature of the internet at the present moment, and will our emphasis on the constant update allow the original model to survive?

Advertising november 12, 2012

How Obama Beat Romney Using Data

Mastery of the numbers game meant the president's team was able to exploit its database more effectively than Romney, ending up with over $2 billion in donations.

Innovation september 18, 2012

Are People Becoming Disenchanted With Twitter?

The social networking service has been accused of flouting its own code of conduct. How is this criticism affecting user sentiment?

Cities august 29, 2012

The Top 50 Children’s Apps For Smartphones And Tablets

Stuart Dredge gives his top picks that will get kids learning, creating and playing.


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