Featurespace, the Cambridge UK predictive technology business, has accelerated its international expansion strategy by opening a new sales office in London.
Wireless, ICT, software and games industry news in Cambridge & the East of England.
A Cambridge software company that beat Apple to the smartphone by eight years and did crowdfunding ahead of the crowd is appearing at the Nerve disruptive technology conference unveiling what the future holds for its far-ranging technology.
Cambridge has staked its claim as the technology consultancy capital of the world.
Plastic Logic, the Cambridge UK plastronics technology business, is helping a German operator develop a digital timetable to improve the running of public transport.
A major south eastern European network operator has taken Cambridge technology to accelerate deployment of IPTV across several countries.
Dialight shareholders took flight after the Cambridge UK lighting technology business warned that a fall in sales in a key area of business would hit profits.
Satellite phones using Cambridge UK technology formed an essential part of the security equipment for astronauts on the NASA International Space Station’s Expedition 35.
Can technology save us from ourselves? ARM’s director of emerging technologies, Gary Atkinson, believes it is key to freeing the human race from self-induced problems.
Cambridge inkjet printing technology pioneer Xaar plc expects 2013 revenues to rocket 50 per cent and is pledging a record £12m-plus investment in R & D this year – news that sent its UK share price through the roof.
Online games developer Jagex is scaling up globally from a Cambridge UK base in a new spurt of growth as it closes in on landmark new releases.
Cambridge UK technology devised to eliminate the threat of food poisoning is being trialled at the Yankee Stadium baseball venue in New York and in Los Angeles restaurants.
Technology said to have the potential to save oil majors millions has been launched by Cambridge UK business Tecvac in collaboration with US partner Sub-One Technology.
Warren East, CEO of Cambridge’s greatest ever technology business, has joined an elite group of global executives to receive the Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce.
US business revolutionaries Brad Feld and Amber Nystrom are promising a blockbusting contribution to a disruptive technology summit in Cambridge UK from June 25-27.
Cambridge UK technology hothouse TTP is developing a new battery-free, ultra-low power wireless sensor technology that adds connectivity and intelligence to everyday dumb objects such as medical implants, supermarket labels and engineering components.
Innovation from Cambridge UK technology business RealVNC is in the running for the UK’s premier engineering accolade – the 2013 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award.
- Amino boosts profits
- Cambridge technology takes Asia by storm
- Sepura reaping rewards of expansion strategy
- ARM’s new weapon in war against Intel
- Bango clinches deal with Mozilla
- Ubisense wins American energy deal
- Silicon Valley duo set up in Cambridge
- Cambridge Angels find more cash for bug busters
- India next for Bango after US boom
- Brady controls balance of power in Ireland
- 1Spatial raises £18m for acquisitions and Gulf growth
- McLaren innovators go from pole to podium
- AVEVA stand-off costs Cambridge hundreds of jobs
- LG Electronics uses strong ARM tactics
- AVEVA growth will get nuclear charge
- ARM CEO to guide digital innovation catapult
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