Ed Molyneux, CEO and Co-founder of cloud-based accounting platform FreeAgent, joined the Directors’ Briefing sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, to discuss the new research suggesting nearly half of SMEs are unaware of digital tax returns. So what are the government's plans to make tax digital?
50 million people have watched the Olympic Games on Snapchat since the Opening Ceremony a week and a half ago. At the same time, there have also been rumours that Apple will bring Twitter onto the Apple TV platform allowing users to watch NFL games that the social network will stream.
So are social platforms turning into broadcast vehicles, and why are they taking this route?
That's the question Share Radio's Joe Aldridge put to Oliver Smith, Senior Reporter at The Memo.
NetNames is an online brand protection and domain name management specialist. It is responsible for keeping organisations and brands one step ahead of online threats across the globe. Stuart Fuller is the company’s Director of Commercial Operations, and he discussed company protection online.
Amazon is going to start testing its drone delivery service, with the UK government’s help. Its flying robots will revolutionise how deliveries are made, but some experts have raised concerns around privacy and security. Matt Cox spoke to tech consultant and journalist Chris Green, to find out more.
Walking onto a firing range, falling off a cliff, or walking into a lamppost are the more obvious risks to the latest Pokémon Go craze, which is bringing augmented reality onto the streets of the globe. But there are the hidden mobile gaming threats associated with not just Pokemon, but Minecraft, and other games: business attacks, social engineering, and accessing valuable data.
Chris Boyd, a researcher at internet and PC security firm Malwarebytes explained further.
Robotics and autonomous systems are generating an increasing number of benefits for our society. But are robot’s faithful servants or existential threats? That's the subject being debated at the Royal Academy of Engineers, as part of the first UK Robotics week. On the panel is Dr Alan Winfield, Director of the University of the West of England’s Science Communication Unit, and he spoke to Sarah Lowther.
Microsoft looks set to buy professional networking site, LinkedIn. But does the deal make sense from a tech perspective? Martin Garner from CCS Insight, which provides market analysis for companies in the mobile and wireless sector, gave his view on the deal, as well as discussing Apple and its latest Siri announcement.
Speakers at the RICS UK Conference are due to discuss future cityscapes and how technology can help, as analysts worry that our cities won't be prepared for the needs of generations to come, unless fast action or rigorous planning takes place. Futurologist Dr Simon Moores, explained what needs to happen to future proof a city.
BT Sport has announced a tie-up with YouTube to broadcast this season's Uefa Champions League and Europa League finals. Despite being free-of-charge, broadcasts on the BT Sport freeview channel have drawn disappointing viewing figures, so Robert Van Egghen looked into how digital technology is changing European football's premier competition.
Apple has released a new iPhone model, which is the smallest of its current range. Oliver Smith, Senior Tech reporter at The Memo, discusses the reasons behind the release of a smaller, cheaper model. So is it worth purchasing or should you wait for the release of the iPhone 7 later in 2016?
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