Can games really be a key part of education?
Dr Jo Twist, CEO of UKIE, explains why games can make a significant contribution to education
How UX design makes the web (and apps) a friendlier place
Like the idea of making apps and websites a more user-friendly place for everyone? Then maybe you should become an UX architect
What does it take to make a living at SEO?
Alphr talks to Shawn Harding about what it takes to be an SEO consultant
In conversation with BioShock developer Jordan Thomas
Veteran designer Jordan Thomas talks about how his idea of fear has changed since the release of Thief: Deadly Shadows
Why the world needs light-speed computers
Researchers have crafted materials that could allow computers to work at the speed of light. But what does this mean for computing?
The Internet of Things: Will it create a dystopian world?
The Internet of Things raises many questions, some of them more worrying than others. Alphr asks the experts about the future of IoT
Career Switch: Getting to grips with IT support
Alphr chats to Ben Simpson to get an insight into the IT support engineer role
The technology teaching machines to smell
What if your fridge knew when the milk was off? Pioneering biosensor research at the University of Manchester is making that a reality
Career Switch: A day in the life of a data-centre manager
Alphr talks to Mark Wood about his experiences as a data-centre manager
The 5 keys to success for tech entrepreneurs
As part of an exclusive interview, Shutterstock CEO Jon Oringer gives five pieces of advice to young entrepreneurs
Career Switch: What a data analyst actually does
Alphr chats to Selina Jones to learn more about life as a data analyst
Digital dystopias: An interview with artist Lawrence Lek
London-based artist Lawrence Lek talks to Thomas McMullan about his work, virtual worlds and “God Mode”
Empowering educators: interview with Gus Schmedlen
HP has made a massive splash at Bett with laptops, tablets and software. Stuart Andrews speaks to the man in charge
Enigma interview: hackers targeting weak passwords isn't new
Hackers exploiting weak passwords is nothing new – just ask the Bletchley Codebreakers
Bloom.fm: 20 buyers show interest in London music startup
Oleg Fomenko reveals why the streaming service is at risk of being shut down
Forget monitors: your next display may be mist or bubbles
Meet the man leading research into touch-through displays
Heartbleed: the race to reissue security certificates
Heartbleed has web firms racing for new security certificates
Computing in schools "not only about code"
Computing at Schools master teacher Zoe Ross explains why confidence is one of the biggest hurdles to the new curriculum
School coding: why one teacher training programme failed
One trainer tried to teach programming to teachers - but they all dropped out within weeks
Q&A: the importance of coding, from a non-coder
Year of Code aims to make it easy to code - handy for its non-programming founder