Luc Besson Presents Iron Man suits, robot hands, KITT... these are no longer movie magic but real-life tech.
Earlier this year the government allocated £45 million in IoT funding, but does it know how to spend that cash effectively?
In Depth The younger generation isn't politically apathetic, but rather, has decided to express its views via different and technological means.
In Depth How independence would affect Scotland in a world economy rapidly moving toward tech innovation.
On the 60th anniversary of his death, we pay tribute to code-breaker Alan Turing, whose trailblazing career was tragically cut short.
Analysis The UK is now the most internet-based major economy of the G20, so it's time fibre optic cables were given the same credence as train tracks.
In Depth Apart from not having to smell someone microwave their fish curry for lunch, there are real businesses benefits to a working from home.
In Depth Why independent ISPs have disappeared so fast and what that means for the future of UK's broadband.
In Depth Broadband is an essential amenity of modern life. So when telecoms companies fail rural areas, residents are building their own networks.
In Depth The Iron Lady left us with copper instead of fibre, and the network still hasn't recovered.
In Depth Driverless cars are no longer just science fiction. They're real, in development and will be on our streets before you know it.
In Depth You might think Apple finally made the tablet desirable, but it was built from the ashes of many of its failed forefathers.
Archos is taking another stab at the GamePad - can it find a better balance between tablet and console?
As part of the Government's mandatory internet filter, BT has announced improved parental controls for new and existing customers.
Mobile users will finally get to experience the real 'freephone' experience as Ofcom stops companies from charging to call 0800 numbers.
Snail mail: Yahoo apologises after a mass mail outage and expects all undelivered emails to be processed by tomorrow afternoon.
New documents show that multiple spy agencies in the US, as well as GCHQ in the UK, used online games as way to track down terrorists.
Tech giants Google, MSN, Yahoo and Apple get together to support of Computer Science Education Week 2013.
UK gaming PC maker YoYoTech called the Xbox One and PS4 'mid-range' as it launched its latest range of PCs today.
In Depth Technological innovation in the UK is booming. But there's a looming issue that could hurt this high-growth industry - property costs.