Technology News:

Technology hub taking NI games industry to next level
…Belfast's buildings are set to walk and talk in a new video game, as Northern Ireland seeks to boost its gaming industry. Earlier this month, it was reported that the UK sector is now estimated to be worth £3.86bn - making it the fifth…


US 'probes Huawei for trade secret theft'
… American business partners in the latest action against the Chinese technology giant… as the Trump administration is pressing China to take action on questions of technology… of stealing the technology behind a robot T-Mobile had developed to test mobile phones…


Bradford's Grange Technology College teacher banned
… his pupils. Mr Inderjit Singh, who was employed by Grange Technology College…


Spy cameras technology trials in London
…The Metropolitan Police is trialling equipment which scans the faces of shoppers with software to identify wanted people, similar to an existing scheme in Wales. It was not popular with the Politics Live panel of Conservative MP Andrew…


Nike's phone-controlled self-lacing trainers
… disappeared. "Nike says it's going to roll this technology out to other shoes in its range… technology but the underlying incentive for shoemakers is that it offers the ability… to get information on usage, performance and wear. "As with any new technology


No escape as 'snow day' becomes 'e-learning day'
… practical and financial sense. He said technology has changed every profession, so…


Technology solution to Suffolk adult care budget overspend
Technology could help reduce a £500,000 overspend in adult social care…%. Solutions could include using technology installed in the home, rather than visits… technology - with devices checking if someone had got out of bed and was moving around…


Cardiff Airport scanner uses space technology to cut queues
…The future of airport scanners could be technology originally designed…


The ferry using Rolls-Royce technology that sails itself
… the technology, believe it could eventually lead to ships not needing staff. But would you…


Gwynedd Council to fund £300,000 apprenticeship scheme
… in the so-called STEM sectors - science, technology, engineering and mathematics…