Winners of this year’s AXA health tech awards focused on solving two very different demographic-related issues: the physical health issues faced by older people and the mental health challenges experienced by teenagers.
Hootsuite Enterprise was a big part of the success of not just a recent national anti-tailgating campaign, but also a big reason why the organisation’s Twitter following has grown by 27%
The European Parliament voted through plans to update copyright rules, but may have damaged its own digital economy ambitions in the process.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, took to the stage at SXSW in Austin yesterday to urge politicians to think more carefully about the impact of tech.
The world is awash in data but most of it buried away in hard to find or inaccessible places—researchers’ hard drives, private servers or obscure web sites—or it is in formats that are difficult to work with. data.world aims to change that one dataset at a time.
The Tories have published their Election Manifesto with a remarkably heavy digital element to it.
UK Election 2017 - Tories offer under-18s the Right to be Forgotten, threaten big fines for social media firms
A Tory victory on 8th June will lead to those youthful indiscretions on Facebook and Twitter being open to erasure. But there are also plans to fine social media firms for not moving at the speed of political opportunism over extreme content.
The non-profit is using Twilio to remind mothers in Nigeria to vaccinate their babies, in return for small cash payments that they can invest in their families’ futures.
The charity has announced the development of an IBM Watson-powered virtual assistant to interact with website visitors in a form that feels like a natural conversation.
Snapchat is to set up its international HQ in London - another sign of confidence in life after Brexit from the US tech industry?
The UK’s higher education sector is now subject to market forces like never before. But could mobile, flexible and social learning provide the answer to helping universities succeed?
In this edition: digital government goes navel-gazing - we extract lessons. Plus: Silicon Valley leaders gear up for a landmark meeting with the president-elect with huge issues on the table. Your whiffs include diginomica readers eviscerating LinkedIn. I call a self-whiff as well.
Social networking giant Facebook has decided to change its financial structures and pay millions more in UK tax, as pressure mounts on global tech firms to pay their fair share.