Devices, software, wearables and more

  1. Intel’s next generation of CPUs debuts at European gaming conference with two new desktop models

    5 Aug 2015
  2. What are the best smartphone of 2015? We’ve considered size, price, apps and more to come up with the definitive list

    5 Aug 2015
  3. Don’t want to spend an arm and a leg on your next smartphone? A top quality phone needn't cost you much more than £200

    5 Aug 2015
  4. Watch the Lexus hoverboard in action

    5 Aug 2015


How technology is changing your work

  1. Netflix is offering employees up to a year’s worth of maternity and paternity leave

    5 Aug 2015
  2. New funding creates opportunities in India, self-driving cars and beyond – and Uber shows no sign of stopping

    3 Aug 2015
  3. The true, fascinating story of laser printers' rise to dominance, and how the amazing tech actually works

    31 Jul 2015
  4. British firm Scout7 is crunching Big Data to help football clubs identify the football stars of the future

    23 Jul 2015


Developments from the frontiers of science

  1. Is it just science fiction or could a human head transplant work? Here’s everything you need to know...

    31 Jul 2015
  2. Stop getting science wrong. Alphr unearths the truth about 11 commonly-believed scientific 'facts'

    31 Jul 2015
  3. When electricity is off the table, inventors have to think outside the box. Here are five great examples

    30 Jul 2015
  4. Researchers hope that staring at the Wize Mirror will offer early warning signs of illness

    29 Jul 2015

Life & Culture

How technology is changing our everyday lives

  1. Visitors to the British Museum will be able to explore a virtual recreation of an ancient British home

    4 Aug 2015
  2. IBM has teamed up with US pharmacy chain CVS to harness vast amounts of patient medical information

    3 Aug 2015
  3. This ingenious Kickstarter project fuses a bike helmet with LED lights, motion-sensing and wireless technology

    30 Jul 2015

The Future

The world of 20 years from now

  1. Researchers have crafted materials that could allow computers to work at the speed of light. But what does this mean for computing?

    22 Jul 2015
  2. Simple, durable and 100% recycled, plastic roads could be coming to Rotterdam

    20 Jul 2015
  3. The S-512 supersonic jet has a maximum speed of Mach 1.8 and can ferry 18 passengers from New York to London in three hours

    10 Jul 2015
  4. What if your fridge knew when the milk was off? Pioneering biosensor research at the University of Manchester is making that a reality

    10 Jul 2015