Jaron Lanier is a computer scientist who first rose to fame for his work on virtual reality. Once a devoted advocate of the free content model of the internet, he now believes that without a comprehensive monetisation of the network and the information it transmits, the future is bleak for consumers and technology companies.
Technology has been one of the buzzwords for bankers at this year's World Economic Forum in Davos. Martin Arnold, banking editor, says top bankers he has met at the meeting are all talking about how ...
Carolina Milanesi, a consumer devices analyst at Gartner's, speaks to Paul Taylor, the FT's Connected Business editor, about the advances in sensor technology and the opportunities and challenges they ...
The Guardian's technology correspondent Charles Arthur reviews the new iPad Air, Apple's latest tablet device. He explains this thinner, lighter and more powerful model aims to increase the value of ...
Baidu is the world's fifth most visited website, and China's most popular search engine, but how much does the rest of the world know about the "Google of China?" Bloomberg Television's Emily Chang ...
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