InterviewThe technology that wins F1 races is changing your world for the better right now.
Running Man of TechLewis Hamilton's chief rival tells me the secret to breaking the 40 minute barrier for my 10k race.
InterviewThe Lotus F1 Team has rebuilt its IT infrastructure in order to generate new sources of competitive advantage.
In DepthThe 2014 F1 season is under way so we've spoken to world champions Red Bull about their race-day technologies.
Hacking collective Anonymous has threatened to take down websites linked to the upcoming F1 Grand Prix in Canada.
News in BriefIt's Friday which means you are probably already drinking to forget the week you've just had or are on Facebook and wondering why one of your colleagues has created an album dedicated to you.
Acer has clearly had a good sit-down planning meeting with some creative types and decided that its forthcoming range of phones (the L1, C1, E1 and F1) just aren't exciting enough, so it has embarked on a renaming spree.
UpdatedAcer's forthcoming F1 smartphone will be released in the UK in the next couple of weeks, according to the brand.
According to the oh-so-eccentric rumour mill, Asian computing firm Acer is will be launching an Android-powered phone in September of this year.