Mobile technology and fly-on-the-wall digital video research are proving to be a breakthrough in understanding the behaviour of previously difficult-to-reach consumers
Soon foreign visitors entering the US may have to hand over their smartphone and share social media passwords with border officials. Oliver Pickup investigates the privacy and human rights implications of this new proposed policy
The following charts prove the UK is a nation addicted to smartphones...
What effect does technology and how it is portrayed in films and on TV have on the way we think and react to tech innovations?
It is a milestone year for the payments industry as customers seek greater flexibility over how they spend their money and various forms of payment compete for supremacy
Mobile payments are expected to gain popularity this year, yet the move to paying with a mobile device is likely to take some time to really catch on
Cutting-edge technology such as holograms and augmented reality are on the fringe of mainstream events, but have yet to make a major breakthrough as organisers prefer to go mobile
After a relatively slow start, practical applications of biometrics are growing in popularity as take-up in the private and public sectors gathers pace in parts of the UK