Technology | The Guardian

Is this the future – five-year-olds designing smart technology? | Anna Bawden

July 18, 2019 at 09:46AM Mihika Sharma’s smart stick, which helps blind people cross the road, is one of the winning entries in this year’s Tech4Good awardsNine months since the government unveiled its social prescribing strategy to tackle loneliness, progress is still patchy. One in 20 adults in England feel lonely often or always, according… Continue reading Is this the future – five-year-olds designing smart technology? | Anna Bawden

The Independent - Tech

Vlogger Nikki Lilly discusses importance of showing bad days on social media to help others ‘feel less alone’

April 16, 2019 at 09:00AM The 14-year-old wants to show the good and bad on social media Vlogger Nikki Lilly discusses importance of showing bad days on social media to help others 'feel less alone' ... Selected by softengoxford Search Web: Vlogger Nikki Lilly discusses importance of showing bad days on social media to help… Continue reading Vlogger Nikki Lilly discusses importance of showing bad days on social media to help others ‘feel less alone’

Technology | The Guardian

How can I avoid paying a TV licence fee?

February 21, 2019 at 08:00AM Steve doesn’t watch TV and wants to stop paying the UK licence fee, but now it applies to smartphones, consoles and the BBC iPlayer app on all devicesI have a TV set for streaming videos from my NAS, but I have given up on the BBC, and I never watch… Continue reading How can I avoid paying a TV licence fee?

Enterprise – TechCrunch

Humio raises $9M Series A for its real-time log analysis service

January 24, 2019 at 01:00PM Humio, a startup that provides a real-time log analysis service for on-premises and cloud infrastructures, today announced that it has raised a $9 million Series A round led by Accel. It previously raised its seed round from WestHill and Trifork. The company, which has offices in San Francisco, the U.K.… Continue reading Humio raises $9M Series A for its real-time log analysis service