With Facebook’s Oculus Rift set for a consumer launch later this year, big name film directors are already working on new virtual reality content, according to news reports.
A pair of robot hands could soon be found in every home, able to stir, pour and bake its way to creating meals for their human owners, following the launch of a new robo-chef prototype this week.
World of Warcraft has introduced a currency into its online game, letting players trade in real money on the online fantasy game.
Unilever Foundry and Lions Innovation are partnering to launch “Foundry 50 at Cannes” – a search for the world’s top 50 marketing technology startups that are innovating to help brands better connect, engage and relate with people.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is overhauling its online membership platform, helping to connect its 400, 000 global members with a simplified and mobile friendly platform.
Facebook has tested a solar-powered drone that carries internet signal in the skies above the UK, beaming down laser-guided signals to remote locations which do not have internet access.
Blundering Brits are leaving family, friends and workmates raging or red-faced – with their email and text gaffes, with almost 70% saying they regularly send messages to the wrong person, according to new research.
Brands’ and celebrities’ worst nightmares could be about to become a reality this June when hundreds of questionable web domain names go up for grabs. Web hosting company 34SP.com has predicted that some of the world’s biggest brands could be subject to torrents of abuse from online trolls purchasing unfavourable domain names with the sole aim of tormenting brands and celebrities.
US food giant Heinz is to merge with Kraft Foods Group, creating what the companies say will be the third-largest food and beverage company in the US, behind PepsiCo and Nestle.
An influx of new domain names are going on sale in June, including the potentially harmful .suck domain… and businesses are urged to make informed decisions about how to protect themselves.