INTERVIEWIn Sydney to launch Dyson's latest Airblade products, Sir James Dyson talks to TechRadar about the motors that make his products work so well.
Sir James Dyson believes that his greatest failure was in expecting companies to buy his new technology, but believes that their refusal to look for something better showed him that he could set up in competition.
The annual James Dyson Awards is back with its frustratingly obvious yet incredibly tricky brief for student designers and engineers: develop a problem solving invention.
Sir James Dyson says China risks being thrown out of the World Trade Organisation for flouting copyright laws, including his own patented systems
UK engineering graduates have voted for Sir James Dyson and Isambard Kingdom Brunel ahead of Apple's Steve Jobs as their favourite icons in their field.
Brit WeekSir James Dyson is a man with a plan for UK technology, and it involves education and innovation.