Tag Archive: Technology

Induction, but not as you know it

On the face of it, ‘wireless electricity’ sounds like futuristic magic. But we've already had electric toothbrushes charging wirelessly since the early '90s, and the latest generation of smartphones – such as the Samsung Galaxy…
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08 Oct 2015

Euro Stars: UK small businesses and Europe

Cross-channel train operators Eurostar will expand their existing fleet later this year with the addition of the Siemens e320. Named for its top speed of 320kmph (around 200mph), this new train signifies another step forward…
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30 Apr 2015

How smart workers pick flexi office space

The online revolution might mean self-employment is higher now than at any time in the last 40 years. Freelancers who need an office range from financial advisers to graphic designers, and for all of them,…
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24 Mar 2015

What next for superfast broadband?

After more than twenty years of mainstream use and exponential growth, the internet still isn't everywhere. In fact, more than 60% of the world's population isn't connected – that's around 4.4 billion people offline.
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19 Feb 2015

Mechatronics: robots in business

In the vast depths of Australia there are mines rich in valuable minerals, but a shortage of willing workers. Luckily for the Australians, there are new solutions to their geographic troubles.
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10 Feb 2015