Four months on from the remote working revolution, and companies are finally starting to return to the office. But with physical distancing guidelines still in place, it’s likely to be some time yet before the office gets back to any semblance of ‘normality’.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, has launched a plan to save the internet. His initiative, which he is calling the Contract for the Web, is backed by multiple organisations such as Google, Facebook and Twitter, and is both timely and critical, as pressure mounts for governments and organisations to protect people online.
The UK is fast becoming a nation of streamers, according to research released this morning by communications services regulator Ofcom. In its latest Media Nations report looking at UK TV viewing habits, it finds that half of UK homes now subscribe to streaming services, highlighting a major shift in the nation's TV viewing behaviour in the last 12 months.
There have been some big tech trade shows in the US and mainland Europe already this year, and now it’s London’s turn. Major events in the tech show calendar, such as InfoSec (June 4-6), CogX (June 10-12) and London Tech Week (June 10-14), are all set to be held in the capital next month.
This week the annual Consumer Electronics Show takes place in Vegas, and its showcase gadgets have dominated the news agenda as we ease into 2019. CES is seen as the barometer for technology trends in the year ahead, so here at Battenhall we've taken a look at what's hot from the main event.
With imagery now an integral part of most major social media channels, there’s one platform which is trying to push boundaries even further. Pinterest has announced that it’s launching several new technologies under the name ‘Pinterest Visual Discovery’.