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Posts Categorized: Technology
Last week was one of the largest meetings of tech companies in Europe. London Tech week is a chance for the worlds best, brightest and innovative companies to showcase their… Read more »
It is widely acknowledged that STEM careers are male-dominated, in fact the percentage of Women in STEM working in an industry such as Computer Studies is only 19%! This is hardly surprising when we consider that only 13% of the overall UK STEM workforce is female.
It is believed the STEM imbalance comes from the lack of awareness shown to girls in school and the encouragement to study STEM further at university. Only 3% of females say a career in technology is their first choice.
The landscape is changing rapidly for hiring managers and leaders in the Digital tech space. Talent is harder to find, the market is uncertain with Brexit, and there is so… Read more »
‘Advergaming’ or ad-funded games may seem like a brand new concept to some. The exact date of the establishment of this term is hard to pin down. However, some researchers… Read more »
Inspired by the atmosphere Osmii has picked ten fun mobile apps for Android and iOS that will make sure you’ve invested your time wisely! A recent study undertaken by Microsoft… Read more »
Today, the Mobile World Congress has opened its doors. What we can expect from the largest global mobile industry gathering is yet to be revealed. Last year we witnessed the… Read more »
The first video game ever made dates back to 1958. Computer scientist William Higinbotham created a simulator of a simple tennis game which turned out to be the main highlight… Read more »
In an age when technology develops at a galloping pace, we are constantly speculating the next big breakthrough. We have reached a point where it is impossible to imagine the… Read more »
‘Disruptive’ may be a trendy word in start-up pitches, but academics don’t throw around the term lightly. Theoretically, companies need ground-breaking ideas–and ambitious plans for bringing them to low-end or… Read more »