Avatars, super-crowdsourcing and printing your own medication may sound like the stuff of science fiction books, but a hyper-connected future may not be that far away, according to a new report by Virgin Media Business.
Spiceworks, the social business platform for IT professionals, has launched a new HD mobile application for Apple iPad and Google Android-based tablet devices.
Cleaning specialist Zenith Hygiene Group has cut its CO2 emissions by almost 600 tonnes a year, thanks to TomTom's fleet management technology.
The revamped platform allows users to view documents online in high definition and search, copy text to the clipboard, zoom and print without having to download their files.
The number of people streaming video and sharing files in the workplace has increased exponentially since November 2011.
Thorsten Heins said that the company is 'very, very challenged at the moment' but that it was going through a transitional period.
The technology is being touted as a replacement for current technologies that rely on a relatively weak satellite signal that is vulnerable to disruption.
This could enable a new generation of GPS tracking, more advanced signal processing and more frequent and longer wireless transmission, the researchers said.
Business social network LinkedIn issued more information and advice to its users over the weekend, in the wake of a massive cyber attack in which 6.5 million passwords were stolen.
The browser-based video chat service called Airtime supports video chat over the social network site, rivaling Skype.
Digital music service Spotify is using employee performance management software from Salesforce.com to drive engagement within the company and make giving feedback more social.
Newspaper publisher News International is using cloud-based solutions from Salesforce.com, CloudSense and Zuora to fulfil product orders, analyse customer behaviour patterns and process payments.
The most common type of hybrid processors combine a central processing unit and a graphics processing unit.
HP has launched a new zero client that uses "one wire" technology to deliver power over Ethernet.
Notorious file-sharing site The Pirate Bay is urging its UK users to lobby against a government plan to block access to its services.
Articles by Sophie Curtis