A roundup of our latest news and events

Tech giants improving schools

We’ve seen a gradual, yet significant rise in tech giants like Apple, Microsoft and Google becoming a part of British schooling, teachers are welcoming the change and are now even requesting more computer course materials. As part of this progression, Apple has extended its ‘Everyone Can Code’ programme (which in short is a step by … Continued

Road accidents fall as driverless tech increases

Recent figures have indicated that driverless cars have helped bring road traffic accidents in the UK down by 10% since 2013. Statistics provided by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders observe that almost 70% of new vehicles sold come with at least one driverless security accessory. On average 6 out 10 new cars are … Continued

Exciting tech you can expect from 2018

The annual CES conference in Las Vegas promises to bring exciting innovations into the marketplace, and this year was no exception- below is a selection of some of the most anticipated technologies of 2018 that have been brought to light. Tesla VR suit The VR Teslasuit is described as ‘The world’s first full-body haptic feedback, … Continued

Most popular apps of 2017

Apple has released their yearly report of the most downloaded apps of 2017 across the full scope of content available throughout its devices. Across multiple different categories, other than the seemingly obvious like Snapchat or Instagram below is a list of some of the most popular apps of 2017 that you may not have known … Continued

Facebook admits they’re part of a bigger issue

A peculiar post indicating that Facebook might be bad for you was sent out on the 15th of December on Facebook’s corporate blog. The solution they offered- more Facebook. This latest post was the most recent their new sequence of ‘Hard Questions’ which hope to target the worries surrounding social media and its strain on … Continued

U.S. tech workers flock to Canada

Tech companies in Canada have seen a sudden rise in applicants from the U.S following last year’s U.S. election following Donald Trump’s 2017 inauguration. A survey taken by 42 Canadian startups revealed that almost 50% recognised a significant increase in applicants for jobs from the U.S. during this year. Those who took the survey weren’t able … Continued

Ciscos revenue reaches 17-year high

Cisco’s revenue continues to rise after the tech giant exceeded the Street’s fiscal first quarter 2018 expectations after market close. Analysts are clambering to increase their financial goals on Cisco stock with investors sending shares up to highs which haven’t been matched for 17 years. Trading rates are up 1.5% at $36.44, CSCO, which reflects … Continued

Cisco protecting you from Malware

A few months gone, Organisations worldwide left cleaning up after being caught out by WannaCry ransomware, those who were unlucky enough to be affected by this malware, whether that be at work or in an establishment saw important files completely lost. Authorities have turned their attention to discovering who the assailants are, though, Mikko Hypponen, … Continued

Purchasing Cisco in the storm Brexit

Though the EU referendum took place over a year ago, Brexit, along with the shock wave it brought with it are certainly just as prevalent in society today as they were 12 months ago. Few people escaped the effects that the UK’s exit from Europe has brought with it, and Cisco is no exception. Reports … Continued

The most intriguing developments in modern tech

We live in a world where seemingly every day, we learn about exciting technological developments that will come to affect us one way or other. Below are some of the newest and intriguing pieces of technology that will likely become part of most of our lives. Microsoft DNA storage With its roots based in research … Continued