Huawei, along with the help of its Mate 10 Pro has shown us that £529 might be everything you need for a self-driving motor. With the handsets AI at the wheel (powered by the firm's Kirin 970 chip), a Porsche was able to see obstacles such as balls, dogs, and bicycles, as well as understand its surroundings.Read More
Social media sites, search engines, as well as a multitude of other digital platforms are frequently updating themselves to keep up with the progressions of their respective industries, and for us to keep on top, it’s vital that we make ourselves aware of the current climate. This way you, you’re able to better equip yourself for any innovations that may occur in your market and develop your business strategies accordingly.Read More
Wearable sensors are currently under development by U.S scientists. It’s hoped that they will act as a catalyst for the recovery of stroke patients by sending a continuous flow of information to doctors. This gives therapists the opportunity to carry out more in-depth observations of their patients and change their approaches to recovery accordingly.Read More
Dell computers have announced that they’re launching an exclusive, limited edition jewellery line, created from recycled motherboards.
They’ve joined forces with Twilight actress Nikki Reed, with 14-18 carat gold rings, earrings and cufflinks being available as part of the collection. This latest news comes as part of series of actions taken by Dell, to help pollution and climate change.Read More
The German Intelligence service has released details of social media profiles which are reportedly pseudonym accounts of Chinese intelligence, which were attempting to collect personal information surrounding German officials and politicians.
Rather unorthodoxly, the BfV domestic intelligence service released the names of the fake profiles, as well as supposed ‘organisations’Read More
A recent study has revealed that a rising number of workers in the tech sector are coming to the UK from countries outside the EU such as India, America and Australia as opposed to major players within the EU.
It’s hoped that with the release of these figures, the dismay surrounding Brexit and the worries that the UK will see a lack of tech talent can be appeased, even with red flags that leaving the EU could be detrimental to start-ups.Read More
A group of businesses, including Dell and General Motors, have released proposals to create a commercial-scale ocean-friendly plastic supply chain, this recent plan has added even more statues to the growing fight against plastic in our oceans.Read More
A single Bitcoin coin hit $10,000 (£7,495) for the first time, this highest surge has doubled since October, where it hit $5,000 (£3,750). It traded at $10,009 on the CEX exchange on the 21st of November, however, did drop back down
Over the period of 2017, the digital currency has risen by 1,000% in value and is continuing to gain popularity and investors.Read More
Technology is growing at an exponential rate and with this mass expansion, we’re also seeing certain boundaries being pushed. Some would argue this is a natural part of evolution and is necessary for the growth of science, whilst others believe there to be moral guidelines which we must abide by. Below are few examples of technologies which have sparked the most debate amongst the general public, as well as the scientific community.Read More
All aspects and objects of society seem to have seriously renovated themselves, technologically speaking- and cars are no exception. Brands are more in competition than ever, and the result, are some highly sophisticated vehicle gadgets, below is a list of some of the most exciting tech renovations in cars.Read More
Before now there had been no known successful attempts at creating a genetically modified human embryo in the US. The recent prosperous effort was lead by a group of scientists from Portland Oregon, in charge was Shoukhrat Mitalipov.
The process consisted of altering the DNA of a large number of single-cell embryos with the gene-changing process CRISPR. It has been observed with a mixture of emotions as researchers from other countries seemed to have completed the disputed process at a more streamline rate. Currently, China has three successful attempts to their name.Read More
Google has long been a company known for leading the way in both the technology world and social sphere. Responsible for self-driving cars to a global navigation system, if Google were a stock it would be worth $75 billion. Below are some of the most exciting developments by Google.Read More
A tech company from the US have announced they will become the first in the country to microchip their employees. Three Market Square from Wisconsin who create software for break rooms states that they will be offering the microchips to all of their employees from the 1st August, but stress that this is very much voluntary project.Read More
Technology as a part of education is now going further than your typical computer room. It’s cost-efficient, simple to use; offers a new method of collaborating with educational content, and can certainly influence the everyday teaching practice. Whether this is a positive or negative thing is highly disputable...Read More
In a recent survey, almost 70% of doctors out of 100 asked stated there was a clear over-reliance on technology. Which they felt only alienated them from their patients- as well as claiming that health apps which supposedly measure heart rate, hours of sleep and so on cannot give accurate measurements.Read More
Globalisation has diminished opposing barriers between multinational corporations, as well as nation states.Read More
The tech lab is the new farm: futuristic petri dish pattiesRead More
Time advances and so does technology. Along with the advancement of technology, there’s no doubt that Cisco has become one of the leading technology companies and has existed for over 30 years now.Read More
Women make up 49% of the workforce in the UK and yet a study by CEB, the membership group for business executives, revealed that the amount of women working in IT companies is now at only 18 percent. This figure has not improved in decades and in fact has dropped consistently since the mid 80’s.Read More
The question of whether you need to upgrade or not has long been overdue because the free upgrade to Windows 10 finally ended on July 29th, exactly a year after it was initially released. But yes, you can still upgrade. Microsoft left the chance to upgrade for the assistive technology users since the Anniversary Update which is due today (Aug 2) still has some enhancements to offer.Read More
Not many of us are familiar with green technology. In fact, this is a relatively new matter that is being talked about nowadays. Green is the way to go today. But what is green technology? Is it really helping the environment? What current technology is considered green? Let’s find out.Read More
Kids in earphones, youngsters using smart phones, tablets and other gadgets—these are the common pictures of kids nowadays. Children are just so obsessed with technology that they can spend hours just holding their gadgets.Read More
Part of Cisco’s mission is to help their customer’s welcome digital transformation by creating innovation which helps save or make money.
Cisco prides itself on digital transformation, and mobility is one thing about technology that people are more and more reliant on. One of Cisco’s goals is to improve their customers’ mobility experience by keeping their workers’ business phones in their pockets. And yes, the iPhone is one of those!
Every man, woman, child or business creates a carbon footprint of their own. Burning fossil fuels like coal releases greenhouse gas into the earths atmosphere, greenhouse gas is created through the production of electricity or products and the through the consumption of fuel when travelling.
There's no doubt you know who Cisco are, Cisco describe themselves as, “the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected.” The company was founded in 1984 and ....
Over the last 28 years Huawei have developed a portfolio of end to end solutions in telecoms, enterprise networking, devices and cloud computing.Read More
Carbon footprint is a relatively modern term, every person or business creates their own
Fast internet connectivity is what everybody wants, especially at this time where gadgets and smart phones are pretty much a necessity in every household. This is why almost all major telecoms companies around the world are doing everything they can to improve the speed of internet connections.Read More
As our economy has grown over the past 20 years, so has the advancement of the electronics that significantly contributed to the improvement olives in many ways. However, due to our strong dependence on this equipment, our environment is ever more exposed to the hazards of electronic waste.
There are a lot of good InfoSec Blogs out there – and if you are not listed in our Top 10, our apologies – but you might be in our Top 50 (yet to be published) – so feel free to contact us and let us know about your/any cool Infosec blogs you think should be in there.Read More
Sounds like something from StarTrek? What are Next Generation Firewalls and why do you need one?Read More
Facebook has unveiled a new piece of tech which they are calling DeepText. It is a text understanding engine, with almost human accuracy – developed by AI. Yes the computer taught itself about language and can pick up nuances such as 'bro' for 'brother' at a rate of 20,000 texts a second and in 20 languages.Read More
Amy Gaskins – a data scientist - gave a keynote presentation at the Apache: Big Data North America conference in Vancouver on Monday. She believes that five factors can make or break big data projects, and they are :-Read More
In a bid to compete with rivals Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, Google plans to add 12 new cloud-focused data centre’s in the next year and a half, according to a Bloomberg report.
The C-suite (so named because most of the senior executives it refers to have ‘chief’ in their title) has been growing recently to incorporate new roles mostly created by emerging tech.
One of these new roles is that of the Chief Data Officer, a position that apparently over 25% of Fortune 500 companies have now created.Read More
Where are we up to with the Internet of Things?
The Google definition of the Internet of Things is: “the ever-growing network of physical objects that feature an IP address for internet connectivity, and the communication that occurs between these objects and other Internet-enabled devices and systems”. Basically everything is becoming part of the internet, from fridges to cars.Read More
More than 30 years ago the BBC Micro was the computer experience for most school children. This month brings them right up to date with the roll out of the BBC Micro Bit. Of course, there have been other recent and successful launches of programming kit to get more children interested in technology – most notably the Raspberry Pi.
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Before we address the question let’s set a little context here. Since 2008’ish the public sector has been subjected to considerable reductions in funding allocations from central government.Read More
Data Centre Decommissioning and Relocation causing you grief?Read More
Lobstrician at Lobster Net hits the road and skies and ends up in Schenzen, China. As part of our ongoing work with Huawei our lead technician embarked on a compressed enterprise switching and routing pre-sales training course.Read More
So, it looks like the tech giant Huawei has done it again and broken new ground in the world of technology. The tech geniuses over at Huawei have managed to achieve mobile network speeds of 3.6Gbps whilst demonstrating their new 5G tech.Read More
For any readers who are not sure what a CCIE Bootcamp is, it is basically you and up to 30 other CCIE candidates in a room with a CCIE Instructor from one of the main vendors.Read More
The stuff of spooks, Huawei networking kit gets green light from GCHQRead More
Ensuring your network infrastructure is running at optimal levels and that your organisation is prepared for any potential hardware failures is absolutely critical but implementing this kind of support can be costly, can’t it?Read More
Investing in network infrastructure hardware can be a costly proposition so ensuring you get the most out it is important, to say the least. Most manufactures offer a warranty of up to 1 year aside from Huawei who offer, on some components, a limited lifetime warranty.
Storing unwanted networking components such as switches, routers, wireless access points, IP phones and firewalls could be a costly businessRead More
With a proportion of our client base working in the education sector, we understand the importance a place for emerging technologies has within learning environments, and the beneficial impacts this can have on a student’s learning experience.Read More
Our whole ethos at Lobster Net stems from our belief that our refurbished range of networking products beats buying new hands down, almost every time.Read More