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Consumers’ suspicion of tech giants could see a gap in the market for such products
Isolated communities benefit from What3Words’ specific location technology
Real progress comes from human imagination
A refocusing of the ‘world’s workshop’ might be a progressive step all round
We overestimate innovation in the short run but underestimate any longer-term impact
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The maker of deluxe handsets for the super-rich was an innovator
Your teenage drunken exploits are not necessarily private
Like most AI technology, Echo is light years from being truly intelligent
A website listing the email addresses of 300,000 company bosses yields results
The smallest difference between the way I use tech and the way others do appals me
Businesses struggle to ditch the vintage technology, no matter how hard they try
Apple’s ubiquitous smartphone outdid rivals but can it hold out for another decade?
AI could exceed our capabilities but its personhood is illusory
Meal replacement powders are increasingly popular with young professionals
New takes on the Psion Series 5 combine usable keyboards with smartphone features
Software can be used to analyse investor letters for signs a leader has given up
Opening curtains and switching on lights by hand is foolproof
They will free traffic and cut accidents. What else will change?
The technology may be less entertaining but it is much more useful
The web has lived up to its early promise, despite trolling and fake news