Last year, researchers at the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre managed to get a jaw-dropping one terabit per second data rate out of 5G technology. What is to come and when-ish it will arrive.
A piece I did for RedShark yesterday: Stargazing Live shows just how good Canon’s low light camera is.
Over forty years ago, on July 20 1969, Neil Armstrong descended the steps of the Lunar Lander and became the first man ever to walk on the surface of the moon. The resulting images are some of the most iconic ever captured. They also aren’t the original. Much, much better ones were transmitted but have been lost over the years. Houston, as the saying goes, we have a problem…
A piece I collaborated on with the team at Viaccess-Orca on the role that personalisation can play for broadcasters in shortening the customer journey
One of the things I’ve been increasingly puzzling about recently is the disconnect between our online lives and our real ones; the personas if you like that we present to people in the real world and the ones that we forge for ourselves online.
Recently, I had to buy a new toaster. You would think this was a simple process: it’s not. And the problems I encountered along the way tell us a lot about what is wrong with buying technology today.
The release of Apple TV has confirmed one rather uncomfortable fact for the established broadcast industry: normal television is just another app on a screen that is becoming full of them.
In an industry that sets so much store on predicting the near future and trying to make some sound business sense of it all as it goes along, rewinding five years and seeing the slight mess of the predictions we’ve made for 2015 is always constructive.
How do we know what happened 500 years ago? Effective long-term data storage retrieval systems. Or books as we like to call them.
Because some things, such as large volcanic explosions and trade shows, are best observed from a couple of thousand miles away…