The API economy â or the API Tower of Babel? Application programming interfaces promise to open up back-office systems to the business and third parties. We assess the impact
Day: August 12, 2015
National living wage to hit Interserve by up to £15m in 2016 Interserve will pay out up to £15m extra in 2016 as a result of the new national living wage, the firm revealed today.
Balfour Beatty pain continues with £150m half-year loss Balfour Beatty made a pre-tax loss of £150m in the first half of 2015 despite its Build to Last transformation programme improving the groupâs cash position.
Shell Arctic drilling 'risky' Arctic oil drilling may harm Shell’s reputation and cost it dear, says the former BP boss Lord Browne, but Shell says the risks are manageable.
VIDEO: Medieval 'sea monster' raised from Baltic The figurehead from a 15th century ship, the Gribshunden, has been raised from the Baltic Sea near Ronneby, Sweden, more than 500 years after it sank.
Lost in space? Nasa under pressure Are Nasa’s robotic spacecraft plans in trouble?
VIDEO: Robots that build 'baby robots' Researchers have developed a robot that can build “baby” robots that get progressively better at moving without any human intervention.
Eye movements 'change dream scenes' The first ever recordings from inside the human brain during REM sleep suggest that flickering eyes accompany “scene changes” in our dreams.
Robots learn to evolve and improve Engineers develop a robotic system that evolves and improves its performance.
BDUK broadband roll-out reaches three million homes and businesses The BDUK superfast broadband roll-out has hit three million premises around the UK
VIDEO: The tower that helps to clear smog Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde’s project cleans polluted air and allows the smog particles to be turned into jewellery