Virtually nothing is untouched by the wave of digitalisation, and people, companies and institutions are increasingly obliged to live and operate online. There is no doubt that it is a scenario of opportunities; however, it also brings with it new...Continue reading »
My sacking from McDonalds in Croydon, which was only the second store in Europe, was linked to my British lack of social skills. I was working illegally, but the manager told me to keep it under my happy hat. I...Continue reading »
The great thing about the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it takes communication to unprecedented heights. That’s also its weakness. Those ‘Things’ never shut up, babbling away in tongues and confusing everything.
In theory the global village of IoTs could...Continue reading »
By Charlie Oliver
We are currently in the midst of the worst migrant crisis since the Second World War.
1 in every 122 people in the world is either a refugee, internally displaced or seeking asylum. Further, it is thought that this...Continue reading »
HRH The Prince of Wales spoke at Wayra UK (part of Telefónica Open Future_) last week about the need and importance of social action in enhancing youth employability.
The Prince of Wales, is Patron of Step Up To Serve, which celebrated...Continue reading »
By Giselle Oliveira (@Giselle_Bza), Founder and CEO of Eyes of The Street and Ambassador of One Young World (@OneYoungWorld).
Brazil is the seventh largest economy in the world and the largest in Latin America. Yet, 30m of Brazil’s children live in poverty,...Continue reading »
Receiving a text from your doctor’s surgery confirming an appointment or an airline letting you know that online check-in is now open is viewed as a completely acceptable way for a business or public service to communicate with their customer....Continue reading »
Generation Z is savvy, it’s hot – it’s everything I’m not! Young job seekers should exploit their security knowledge
The most sensible well adjusted people in Cyberia are the females of Generation Z, according to a study by security company Blue...Continue reading »
We’re the lead adopters of new gadgetry, are fast becoming the top decision makers in software adoption and make up 52% of gamers.
But the broader brush figures are still grim – less than a quarter of women take on STEM...Continue reading »
Modern design emerged as a people-centric profession that shaped the physical and cognitive environment around us, yet most design ignored the reality of “dis”abilities and addressed only the perceived needs of the so called ‘normal’ people. But then the iPhone...Continue reading »