TAG Heuer has unveiled a special edition timepiece for the newest film in the Kingsman spy series, which is available to buy from Thursday 6 July.
There’s no question that these are exciting times for business travel trends – both for travel businesses and business travellers.
The global manufacturing industry used to be very much about creating products for sale, however, we’ve seen a gradual erosion of that concept.
While some may call it an invasion of privacy, Charlie Mullins thinks technology such as electronic monitoring are key to sorting out British productivity.
Virtual reality is a hot topic right now. Sales of headsets have been steadily rising and although that trend levelled out over recent months, it looks like the introduction of PlayStation VR is set to change that.
You could be forgiven for thinking that 2016 was the year of virtual reality (VR). However, the last three months have witnessed somewhat of a renaissance when it comes to the augmented reality space.
Health body ukactive, in partnership with Tech City UK and AXA PPP, has launched health and fitness accelerator ActiveLab, which will come complete with the support of seasoned leaders from the likes of David Lloyd Leisure, Fitness First and more.
Consider yourself an athlete or adventurer of the new age? Garmin has you covered as it blurs the lines with a “refined” smartwatch line designed for activity lovers, which will cost around £1,000 per timepiece.
It’s been a year since the Apple Watch launched, at which time I became one of the early adopters. But what has 12 months of use taught me about it?
We’ve taken a look at how gamification will make wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) a key part of every business.
We’ve selected a handful of the latest high-tech gadgets UK leaders may wish to get their hands on, some of which will support business objectives while others will simply provide the chance to act like an overgrown child.
Life as an entrepreneur often means long days and unique experiences. And for Clive Bonny, the owner of business consultancy Strategic Management Partners (SMP), it meant going above and beyond to enter an incubator on behalf of a client – which had a life-changing outcome.