Author profile

James Hayes

Profile image


James Hayes has been a computing and technology journalist since 1987. He launched and edited the weekly ICT newspapers ‘Network News’ and ‘Communications World’. Subsequently he was Executive Editor of ‘Mobile Communications International’. As a freelance he has written for many leading technology and business publications. Other editorships include ‘Information Professional’, ‘Datacom’, ‘SuperCharge’, ‘DSL-Times’, and ‘European Ecommerce News’; also was deputy editor of ‘Corporate Marketing Magazine’. Hayes also reports on the ICT sector for E&T.tv and E&T Video.

Activity

2014 Raspberry Pi Competition shortlist announced

2014 Raspberry Pi Competition shortlist announced

27 March 2014

A system that helps reduce vehicle emissions by enabling drivers to locate empty car parking spaces, and a tool for making recycling easier, are among the finalists of the PA Consulting Group’s second Raspberry Pi programming competition.

eCall - Calling all cars

eCall - Calling all cars

From October 2015 new vehicles fitted with the EU eCall system will automatically transmit an alert to the nearest emergency services in the event of a serious accident.

Hannover Messe 2014: e-vehicle technology powers ahead

Hannover Messe 2014: e-vehicle technology powers ahead

E&T magazine is again a preferred media partner for this year's Hannover Messe showcase of industrial and engineering technology innovation. This last of three previews surveys in brief the technology-specific trade shows that make-up Hannover Messe 2014 - and includes details of FREE ENTRY for IET members.

Hannover Messe 2014

Hannover Messe 2014

E&T magazine is again a preferred media partner for this year's Hannover Messe showcase of industrial and engineering technology innovation. This second of three previews surveys in brief the technology-specific trade shows that make-up Hannover Messe 2014 - and includes details of FREE ENTRY for IET members.

Critical infrastructure hack data found in public domain

Critical infrastructure hack data found in public domain

28 January 2014

Data available from mainstream online media – such as blogs, social networking websites, and specialist online publications – could be used by malevolent agents to mount a cyber-attack on UK critical national infrastructure (CNI), the findings of an investigative assessment to be presented next week will warn.

Latest Issue

E&T cover image 1404

"Power cuts might seem like a 1970s fad, but they could be on the way back. How can we prevent them happening again?"

E&T videos

TomTom mapping the neighbourhood

E&T jobs

E&T Marketplace

The essential source of engineering products and suppliers.

E&T podcast

Tune into our latest podcast

iTunes logo

Subscribe

Choose the way you would like to access the latest news and developments in your field.

Subscribe to E&T