In their obsessive pursuit of high-value market advantage, stock traders are pushing IT to its limits - and the lawmakers don't like it. New laws may aim to slow the systems down, but are regulators willing and able to acquire the technology they need to keep up with the City's need for speed?
28 May 2013
BT and Intel are to work jointly on research into 'smart cities', and on a new generation of network equipment, at the telecom company’s Adastral Park research centre in Suffolk.
African countries with ambitions to find a place among the world's innovators certainly face big challenges, but there is no shortage of ideas from the continent's brightest minds.
Radar and tracking technology continues to develop into new, innovative application areas, from UAV navigation to archaeological mapping.
Google's Glass project is synonymous with augmented reality, but the technology is already part of everyday life for many people.
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