Anyone who has used or seen virtual reality in action knows that picking up items can be difficult and unnatural. Is this new tool going to change the game?
No more trying to guess a colour by comparing it to a chart with thousands of colours; Pantone’s new Colour Match Card allows you to scan any colour with your phone to find the perfect match.
The BBC’s new voice assistant promises easier access to BBC services, and has been released to early adopters this week.
The world-famous UNTITLED, ART is an international art fair founded in 2012 which brings works of modern and contemporary art together into a uniquely curated space. The team has partnered with Artland to bring this…
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect the lives of millions around the world, the NHS is working on a mobile app to track whether people have come in to contact with someone infected by the virus.
In the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, AI is helping to pave the way for new treatments.
Support for Windows 7 has ended, so you need to think about what to do next
Want to know your dog’s mood or make a stew with just your voice? These are the most bizarre products from this year’s CES show
Want to get a futuristic AR experience from your phone? This incredible new app from Adobe has just what you need.
The Dark Web – black market trading, illegal activity and now… BBC News?
Churches have been at the heart of the community for centuries, providing a hub for communication. Now, another type of communication boost is being implemented.
50 years after humans first reached the moon, a new generation of space travel is on the horizon. But what will the astronauts wear?
Augmented reality is set to be the future of technology. Will Magic Leap’s product be in every household and workplace within the next few years?
Search tracking is getting more control in Google Maps and YouTube, and access to data use in Assistant is becoming more accessible
Apple’s latest phones are perfect for a busy worker in any industry, you should consider it as your next company phone
Technology company Oracle have built a supercomputer made up of 1,060 Raspberry Pis, showing that these mini circuits can be used to create a powerful machine. Standing proudly at Oracle’s OpenWorld convention on Monday, the…
Lenovo are releasing a monitor which is specially designed to reduce the strain on your eyes.
Ofcom have announced that they are releasing 10 million new London phone numbers as the (020)4 range is released.
AI requires a lot of processing power. So why have dozens of GPUs when you can have one iPad-sized chip?
Bitcoin is big business – but also uses a lot of energy. New research from the University of Cambridge shows just how much.
Researchers at MIT have developed an AI that can link sight and touch senses together, just like a human can. Is this the rise of the robotic empire?
With over 37,000 dangerous emails sent out every second, you need to know how to protect yourself.
Simple or repeated passwords leave your information vulnerable to cyber criminals. How secure is your password?
The government has pledged to invest in quantum computing, to help future problems including medical research and traffic management.
Lenovo are innovating a new type of laptop – one that folds in half. Stick with me, it’s something completely new.
London Underground operators will track WiFi connections to figure out where the busiest places on the network are.
The European Council has awarded 14 UK districts funding to install free public WiFi throughout towns.
Edge, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer successor, is coming to Mac. But do Mac users want a Windows browser? The answer may surprise you.
The number of connected devices in our homes is increasing, but there are a number of security issues. The government are bringing in new laws to protect the ‘Internet of Things’.
Samsung have released another innovative TV screen. You can now spin your TV to mirror your phone screen.
The Raspberry Pi computer is becoming immortalised as a first class stamp to commemorate 50 years of British engineering.
Cars communicating with each other is the future of transport, but how they do it is under debate.
Google play is the largest app store, but is introducing new measures to ensure all of its apps are safe
NVIDIA have created an AI software which can transform basic drawings into photorealistic masterpieces
Apple has a commitment to reduce its environmental impact and has an incredible number of procedures in place to protect the environment. All of its facilities worldwide are run by 100% renewable energy, 100% of…
Robotics and artificial intelligence are being used to create automated valet parking in London Gatwick Airport
The Department of Defence has decommissioned the largest ever number of technological products.
Virgin Media are trialing 8Gbps broadband in a Cambridgeshire village. But is internet 200 times faster than average really necessary?
Using a Windows keyboard for a Mac is preferred by many, but some settings need to be adjusted before it works as needed
30 years ago, a virus awakened causing havoc for computers across the UK. However, this wasn’t the only unlucky Friday 13th for virus attacks.
Ten years after Google Chrome was first launched, it is now the world’s most popular browser. Discover its journey to success.
Hard Drives and SSDs are one of the most important components of a computer and need to be considered when buying a new device.
Avoid accidentally sending emails by disabling the Ctrl+Return shortcut in Outlook for Windows and Mac.
Don’t let the cold weather affect your computers. Learn how to keep them warm over the winter.
Researchers in the US are using artificial intelligence to develop new video games. Find out more in this clip from BBC Click.
Jump between screens or lock your Mac just by moving your mouse to the edge of the screen. Learn how to set up Hot Corners.
What if you no longer had to remember passwords, but simply hold the key inside your brain. That could soon be reality.
There’s a little-known way to send an email from Microsoft Outlook with just the tap of two keys.
The next generation of WiFi is on the horizon, propelling the possibilities of IoT Devices and more.
Picture this: You’re clearing down your browser tabs after a project and – DISASTER! You close an important tab with a page it took you seemingly forever to find.
How light may be the gateway to superfast 5G in any room of your home, sooner than you think.
Servers are the backbone for IT infrastructure, but do you know why they are so vital to everything we do?
Low-Tech Magazine is living up to its name by launching a fully solar-powered version of their website, run by a solar panel on the owner’s Spanish balcony.
This keyboard shortcut can be used to send an email with just the tap of two keys.
Updates to Microsoft’s Office package have been released, and many of the changes are focused on productivity.
Skip to the end of a line, a word or a paragraph with just the tap of two keys.
American life insurance provider John Hancock will no longer provide policies which do not include the use of digital fitness trackers.
Did you know that there are number of different editions of Windows, all specialised for different environments? Make sure you know the difference and have the best one for you.
Android phones are well known for their operating system versions being named after sweet treats, the latest being Version 9.0 – Android Pie. Other systems have similar naming conventions; some more captivating than others.…
With over 25 trillion web pages listed by Google, finding exactly what you need can be frustrating and seemingly impossible. With this huge resource of the internet, a few tips can be implemented to ensure that…
DigiPlex is one of the biggest names for datacentre operations across the Nordic region, with five sites across Norway, Sweden and Denmark. They are pioneers in this industry in regards to renewable and sustainable…
Unlike on the Windows operating system, files in Mac OS are not automatically aligned or arranged by name. This can make organisation easier as files can be dragged to any area of the folder for…
Mozilla is taking a revolutionary step with its open source web browser, Firefox, by working to block all tracking cookies in an upcoming update. Tracking cookies are assigned to you as an individual by third…
Saving work is essential when creating a document as work can be easily lost in the event of the programme crashing or another issue, potentially losing hours of valuable work. By pressing the…
Windows updates are an important part of computer maintenance as they provide security improvements and bug fixes to protect your machine and keep it running well. However, Microsoft is dramatically changing the way it will…
Just like a human, asking a computer to carry out many tasks at once will cause each to be performed more slowly. Therefore, to ease the workload you should remove any programmes which are no…
Worcestershire – home of the Wyre Forest, birthplace of composer Sir Edward Elgar and origin of Worcestershire sauce. Not the first place you might expect to be at the forefront of the UK’s technological advancements.…
Windows updates are important to keep your computer running smoothly. They keep your machine running smoothly and protected from security concerns, and therefore should be kept up to date. Your machine will automatically…
The BBC’s technology correspondent, Mark Ward, has written an investigative report into the persistence of some computer viruses. There are zombies on the internet – odd, undead lumps of code that roam endlessly seeking…
AutoRecover is a very important feature in Microsoft Office programmes. This can save your work in the case of Office crashing, or if your computer shuts down unexpectedly before you have a chance to save…
Update 13-10-20 – Windows 7 support is ending tomorrow. Speak to one of our experts for advice on how to keep your business operational after this deadline Windows operating systems control…
A disk clean-up is used on Windows computers to free disk space on the hard drive. Essentially, it locates unnecessary files which are no longer in use and removes them in order to create more…
Mobile phones are a seemingly essential part of everyday life, but their history has been long and complex. Follow the history of the telephone from the Ancient Greeks to future developments with this animation, then…
Cookies are a delicious treat, guaranteed to lift the spirits of everyone in your workplace. Though, unfortunately web cookies aren’t so tasty. Computer cookies are small amounts of text data used to track…
The UK’s broadband speed has fallen in global rankings, according to M-lab research. The United Kingdom has dropped from 31st to 35th position in a study of 200 countries, which analysed 163 million broadband speed…
Twitter has long been plagued by fake accounts and spam posts, but that could be coming to an end. At the end of last month, Twitter has explained in a detailed blog post that they…
The Tab Key The Tab Key, located on the left-hand side of the keyboard, usually directly above the Caps Lock key, is used for a variety of time-saving functions. The most useful of…
Kaspersky Lab, a Russia-based cyber-security and antivirus provider, has been heavily criticised in the US and Europe recently. On June 13th, the European Parliament sat to administer a motion to improve cyber-security in its member…