Facebook’s free internet initiative Internet.org has been officially launched in Indonesia, despite coming under criticism for threatening ‘net neutrality’ in India earlier this month.
Makr Shakr, the world’s first robotic bartending system has made its debut as the Bionic Bar onboard on Royal Caribbean’s new ‘smart’ cruise ship, Anthem of the Seas, in Southampton.
Only one in ten UK broadband users say they could live without access to the internet, according to 2,000 respondents surveyed by broadband, TV and mobile comparison site Cable.co.uk.
Despite last week’s UK media frenzy around manifesto launches, only 18% of Brits have ever read through any party’s manifesto, according to new research.
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.
IBM has launched a health unit to make sense of the wealth of data created by the boom in fitness trackers and apps, working with Apple, Johnson and Johnson and medical device maker Medtronic.
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.