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The 22 most innovative tech companies in the UK

The 22 most innovative tech companies in the UK
In the field of technology, there are new discoveries and advances happening pretty much every day. However, who is really pushing the boundaries and shaping the world of tomorrow? Who is creating the tech that will define the way we live, work and communicate in years to come? 
13th November 2017

The big fish are swallowing up the smart cookies

The big fish are swallowing up the smart cookies
We are always keen to champion startup companies within these pages. The innovation and technology they produce is helping to shape tomorrow’s world while they also drive job creation and the economy. However, they could be facing an uncertain future, as Joe Bush reports.
13th November 2017

Belgian manufacturing facility expands sustainably

Belgian manufacturing facility expands sustainably
Global microelectronics engineering company, Melexis, has announced a significant expansion of manufacturing space and people at its R&D and manufacturing facility in Ypres, Belgium. The site is focused on Melexis flagship products - position sensors and sensor interfaces. In 2013, the company invested around €10m adding a new production unit to the Ypres facility. The 7,000m2 facility will now be further extended by 1,300m2 to create additional manufacturing space.
13th November 2017


Charging controller meets Qi Extended Power profile

Charging controller meets Qi Extended Power profile
  Believed to be one of the first available chips to support the latest Qi Extended Power profile specification for faster wireless charging, STMicroelectronics has introduced the STWBC-EP wireless charging controller.
12th November 2017

Bridgetek joins Mouser's global linecard

Bridgetek joins Mouser's global linecard
Mouser Electronics has signed a global distribution agreement with Bridgetek. The Bridgetek product line at Mouser comprises graphic controller ICs, performance-optimised microcontrollers, development hardware, and display modules .Each member of Bridgetek’s FT81x Embedded Video Engine (EVE) series combines display, audio and touch functionality in a single chip, which presents engineers with a highly effective solution for implementing human machine interfaces (HMIs) with high-quality dynamic graphics.
8th November 2017

How can we stop smartphone counterfeiters?

How can we stop smartphone counterfeiters?
When billionaire Alibaba founder Jack Ma wrote in an open letter earlier this year, 'We need to fight counterfeits the same way, we fight drunk driving', his sentiments reflected how bad the global counterfeiting trend has become. Mobile phones are one of the most trafficked goods in the electronics counterfeit market. According to a recent study by OECD, approximately one in five, that is about 19% of mobile handsets sold in the world, are counterfeits and the number has been growing in recent years.
7th November 2017

Security scanner commended at AOA Awards

Security scanner commended at AOA Awards
Rohde & Schwarz’s R&S QPS200 Security Scanner has been commended at the 2017 Airport Operators Association (AOA) Awards. The premier AOA Annual Dinner and Awards Ceremony celebrates recent achievements in the aviation industry and rewarding those that have played a major part in driving it forwards over the past year.
6th November 2017

Is the much anticipated iPhone X really worth it?

Is the much anticipated iPhone X really worth it?
After the iPhone X hit the shops it caused many to wonder if the much anticipated phone is worth the investment with its all glass design, $1,000 starting price tag and hefty repair costs. Warranty service provider for consumer electronics, SquareTrade has shown the limits of modern smartphone design with devastating results for the iPhone X. The company found the iPhone X’s new all glass front and back, and lack of home button, lead to the most breakable iPhone ever.
6th November 2017

Measures in place to rebuild stakeholder trust

Measures in place to rebuild stakeholder trust
Earlier this year Toshiba Corp agreed to pay $2.168bn to walk away from two unfinished nuclear reactors in South Carolina being built by its Westinghouse subsidiary. Payments will be made in instalments that began in October and will end in September 2022.
6th November 2017

IT education doesn’t meet employers' demands

IT education doesn’t meet employers' demands
According to new research from recruitment company Robert Half Technology UK, the demands of the IT employment market are not being met by today’s education system. With the UK skills gap costing the UK economy an estimated £63bn a year, the poll of CIOs reveals the most critical technological skills that UK technology leaders want education providers to focus on providing.
3rd November 2017


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