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All posts by Isabelle Demaude


Top 7 Innovators at Wearable Tech Show 2017

When the BBC pushes out ominous articles entitled ‘Has wearable tech had its day?’, no one would blame you for questioning the future of fitness trackers and heart rate monitors. Coupled with the modest size of this year’s Wearable Tech …

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Top 10 Wearable Technology Companies to Watch at CES 2017

Another year, another CES, brimming with start-ups and household names alike seeking ultimate glory. But who will come out victorious? In the first of a nine-part series, we give our verdict on the most awe-inspiring hopefuls of the New Year …

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Black Mirror – A reflection of tech’s communication problem?

The latest season in Charlie Brooker’s dystopian anthology series, Black Mirror – think The Twilight Zone brought to the digital age if you haven’t seen it – has given viewers much food for thought this past fortnight as modern technology …

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European Day of Language

Back to School: Celebrating Languages Week

If you work with children, you might have noticed there was a big emphasis on language learning last week. Monday, 26th September marked the annual European Day of Languages (our client Memrise definitely didn’t let that one slide), and many …

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Bring on the showstoppers – the crème de la crème at this year’s IFA

Another year, another IFA, with startups and household names piling into Berlin gearing up to steal the hearts of the masses with their awe-inspiring gadgets and gizmos. In less than 48 hours, we’ve already had Lenovo launch a tablet that …

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Dear Theresa, love from Tech

Dear Ms May, It’s us, the tech world. We know you’ve been busy recently, what with your whirlwind prime ministerial campaign and now moving in to your new home at number 10. We know against the current political backdrop, it’ll …

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International Women

Ada Lovelace Day – 12 journalists who mark progression for women in Tech

Ada Lovelace is regarded by many as the first computer programmer. It was her writings on the engine that recorded what we now know to be the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine. Although she died …

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Sinking Ship

The Privacy Shield – Safer Harbour or Sinking Ship?

This week, technology firms across Europe breathed a heavy sigh of relief as Brussels and Washington reached a deal in the eleventh-hour on transatlantic data transfer and privacy rules to replace the defunct ‘Safe Harbour’ agreement, which was ruled illegal …

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Top 10 Wearable Tech Companies to Watch at CES 2016

Another year, another CES, brimming with start-ups and household names alike, looking to become the next big tech trend. But who will come out victorious? In the fourth of a six-part series, we give our verdict on the most awe-inspiring …

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Better Beware Boris – eight tips for doing business in Japan

  This week, our very own Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has jetted off to the Land of the Rising Sun in a bid to strengthen ties with a number of Japan’s key cities and promote our capital as a …

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Pepper Robot

Robocalypse – are the machines taking over?

From Pepper, the emotional robot and Aiko, the humanoid robot receptionist, to Mecha bot battles and clumsy bipedal robots competing to open doors, there doesn’t seem to be a day that goes by without us hearing about the latest exciting …

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The Amazon effect – the hoax that inspired a revolution

Fifteen months on from their initial ‘launch’ announcement, Amazon is rumoured to be investigating starting trials of its drone delivery service right here in the British Isles after being hampered in its native US by stringent regulations. And once again, …

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