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3 Disruptor Apps to watch in 2017

For our iPhone obsessed generation, there is an app for everything. Although great success can be found in creating an app which fills a gap in the market, a new breed have cropped up, looking to disrupt the market and take …

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#HouseofWonder: Our five favourite innovators

It’s hard to imagine a world without Uber, Airbnb or Deliveroo, and yet surprisingly, not one of these global pioneers existed eight years ago. In fact, in less than ten years, consumer awareness has grown at such an incredible pace …

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A country of unicorns – can France make it a reality?

Little over a year since the foundation of the French movement En Marche!, leader Emmanuel Macron sits in the Elysée Palace with, as of this week, a comfortable parliamentary majority under his belt. With the legacy political systems of old …

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Can FinTech compensate for jobs threatened by Brexit?

According to research group, Bruegel, global banks in London may have to relocate £1.6 trillion of assets to the continent after Britain withdraws from the EU – this would put at least 30,000 UK jobs at risk, regardless of how …

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6 Best Bike Gadgets for #BikeWeekUK

This week hailed an extraordinary confirmation that Apple are working on driverless cars. But with all the focus on smart cars, let’s not forget about the wealth of tech making two-wheeled vehicles intelligent too. Bike tech is booming, and as …

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Drones: The Delivery Revolution

Little more than a decade ago the notion that drones would one day revolutionise the delivery sector, was nothing more than that – an idea. However, ever since Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that the e-commerce platform was testing drones …

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What exactly is Industry 4.0?

When you think of the first industrial revolution, steam trains, dark factories, and Isambard Brunel in his tall hat all spring to mind. Skip forward to the early 20th Century, and the surge of mass consumption with the trusty assembly …

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Artificial Intelligence: The inevitability we should fear

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is here, and has been for the best part of a decade. Apple’s Siri has been listening to our requests since 2012, and Amazon’s Alexa is now getting in on the intelligent home action. In certain professions, …

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How tech is widening the discussion around mental health

This year’s Mental Health Week (8-14th May) will focus on raising the discussion around mental health and uncovering why too few of us are thriving with good mental health. The Mental Health Foundation rightly argues that rather than focusing on …

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Crowdfunding: the good, the bad and the ugly

13-year-old Jordan Daykin had an idea. He went to his garden shed in West Ashton, Wiltshire, with his grandfather by his side. Six hours later they emerged with a prototype. This prototype was tweaked and added to over weeks and …

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Top ten biometrics companies to keep your eye on

Over the past couple of years we have witnessed a dramatic rise in the number of biometric solutions entering the market. Cybersecurity applications typically grab the headlines – an understandable trend given the frequency of data breach stories that often …

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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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