The ever-evolving nature of technology in modern society has resulted in a stark rise in jobs within the IT industry. Recent research showed the creation of just under 85,000 positions in the digital technology industry last year, in the UK alone.Read More
Female video game fans, writers and professionals have taken to Twitter to express their thoughts on gender discrimination, online sexual harassment and inequality in the gaming world. It started over 24 hours ago, in response to Twitter user @Burning_Luke asking, "Why aren't there more female game creators?"
Research conducted by The US Government Accountability Office shows that the infamous trend of "Patent Wars" in the technology industry are holding back innovation from the market, with a rising number of "Patent Trolls" making some easy money out of companies through the courts or via settlement.
A coalition of Movie, Music and and publishing companies have formally requested BT block internet access to The Pirate Bay voluntarily, before they send the boys around.
The group are called BPI, and supported by the rest of the UK creative industries, they asked Britain’s largest ISP to voluntarily deny public access The Pirate Bay. The resistance would seem futile, since it'd probably be too easy for the studios to get a court order to get BT to do it. But regardless of that, we hope they say no.