Is there a business opportunity is swimming against the tide of attention-based addictive business models.
The European Parliament has agreed to kill roaming charges in Europe by 2017 - and that matters for digital businesses across the continent.
The greatest barrier to rethinking airline experience - and bringing digital tools to bear - is the sheer number of people involved.
Foursquare has changed. Its defining feature of Checkins now live in another app, with neutered mayorships. But its vast database is now front-and-centre. Thanks, gamification, but good night.
My big thank you post at the end of a crazy week.
We kill ourselves more than external factors do. How to we fix that? By understanding what people are doing, and intervening in helpful ways.
There are autonomous cars on the streets of some cities already. As they become a reality, how does this change the way we live? The NEXT14 opening day keynote.
Attempts to hold back the rise of app-based taxi booking are the equivalent of the government going "it's not fair". Well, life isn't fair - and because that allows disruption, we should be grateful.
Six stories to get you back into the swing of the digital business after Christmas indulgence…
Some detailed notes from a thought-provoking (and rather contentious) final day of LeWeb last week.
The internet is profoundly shifting our sense of self - for good and ill. Can we promote the good and resist the bad?
People associate hitchhiking with axe murders. So how do you design a service to promote trust between strangers?
Nokia has set its targets on the car dashboard with Here Auto - is this a side project, or a potential escape route from the mobile phone market?
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Germany has kept its industrial bases, and so is perfectly placed to modernise it using digital technology, argues prospective Chancellor Peer Steinbrúck.